Who is Jaymee Sire?
Jaymee Sire is a TV host, sportscaster, blogger, and reporter. Jaymee Sire has worked for ESPN, CBS, Comcast, and others. Jaymee is currently pursuing her passion for food by appearing on Food Network.
Jaymee rose to fame as a sports presenter, having started her career with KRTV, a CBS affiliate, in addition to being a voracious gourmand.
Early Life, Education, & Parents
Jaymee Sire was born on August 25, 1980, in Great Falls, Montana, the United States of America to joyous parents Dennis Sire and Wendy Sire.
However, apart from these, no further information could be extracted regarding her parents and sibling.
On the other hand, Jaymee joined a local high school with an interest in utilizing her voice.
Likewise, she was passionate about sports from early on, and it transcended into an educational pursuit in Communications.
At the same time, Sire attended Edward R. Murrow School of Communication, a period that would indeed pave a successful career path in journalism.
While in college, Sire was the recipient of the Judith Waller Award for Outstanding Senior Woman in Broadcasting, awarded by her college due to her excellence in the said field.
Thereafter, after a memorable college experience, Jaymee embarked on the university.
As a Washington State University student, the Montanan utilized her time to hone her skills in reporting and thus found a way into WSU Channel 8.
Moreover, during her university years, Jaymee was the president of Kappa Delta Sorority.
Age, Height, & Body Measurements
Born in 1980, Jaymee Sire is 42 years old at present.
As she ages, her engagements only advance; there is no stopping this woman.
Added to that, Jaymee is probably one of the most lively and curious souls to be around.
The Montanan blogger stands at an average height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.67 m) and is undoubtedly an angelic beauty.
Also, the food lover weighs a proper 58 kg (127 lb).
Even though Sire lives for food, she knows what a controlled diet is.
Similarly, the blonde sportscaster has a spectacular body figure.
Despite her petite frame, it is clear that fitness is as essential to Jaymee as food.
Her body measurements include 33 inches of the breast, 24 inches of the waist, and 34 inches of hips.
Furthermore, Sire is such a stunner. Most importantly, her distinguishing aspect is her natural blonde hair, round facial structure, downturned eyes, and smile that lightens up every mood.
Facts of Jaymee Sire
|Full Name||Jaymee Sire|
|Birth Date||August 25, 1980|
|Birth Place||Great Falls, Montana, U.S.|
|Education||Edward R. Murrow School of Communication; Washington State University|
|Father’s Name||Dennis Sire|
|Mother’s Name||Wendy Sire|
|Siblings||Yes (1: Heather Sire)|
|Age||41 Years Old|
|Height||5’4” (1.63 m)|
|Weight||58 kg (127 lb)|
|Shoe Size||Updating soon|
|Body Measurement||33-24-34 inches|
|Profession||TV Host, Sportscaster, Blogger|
|Net Worth||$1.5 million|
|Affiliations||CBS, NFL Network, Comcast Sportsnet, ESPN, Food Network|
|Social Media||Instagram, Twitter|
|Last Update||April 2022|
Net Worth, Salary & Income
Jaymee Sire has accumulated a stunning net worth of $1.5 million.
Further, the entirety of her fortune comes from her journalism career which spans almost 15 years.
Although the exact details of her earnings are kept tight-lipped, sources claim that the blonde blogger made around $84.2k annually.
Added to that, Jaymee was a judge in two cooking shows, and from that venture, she pocketed $70.9k. Furthermore, her new gig at Iron Chef Showdown must pay her a considerable wage, given her food and cooking experiences.
In like manner, the now food blogger lives a comfortable life with her beau in an apartment in Brooklyn, New York.
Similarly, the apartment has spacious accommodation and overlooks an open sky purchased for $787.8k sum.
Career as a Sportscaster & Blogger
Jaymee served as a sportscaster for ESPN. Initially, Sire followed suit in her passion by reporting for KRTV in 2002.
Subsequently, after holding the position for three years, she decided it was best to move on.
Likewise, Jaymee landed a role at KFMB-TV based in San Diego. Like her previous employer, KFMB-TV was also a CBS affiliate.
In the same way, Sire covered for NFL Network as a sideline reporter, specifically, for the San Diego Chargers.
The job entailed pre-season broadcast for a year. Similarly, Sire was making her presence known and found another employment opportunity.
This time Comcast SportsNet swooped in to acquire the services of Jaymee.
In the meantime, she would cover for SportsNet Central segment, wherein most of her duties were reliant upon sideline reporting for San Francisco Giants and Golden State Warriors.
Concurrently, Sire worked as a sideline reporter for Giants Post Game Live and Pre Game Live, San Jose Sharks Games, and Oakland A’s.
Besides, before she departed from Comcast, she was a producing host for A Day in the Life: Tim Lincecum in 2011.
Finally, in 2013, ESPN recruited the Montana native, essentially making her dreams come true to be at the top, professionally.
Moreover, in her debut, Sire hosted Highlight Express, a canceled show after a few runs.
At the same time, Jaymee continued with the segment SportsCenter, comprising a total of 16 episodes.
Similarly, she was the conducive force for launching another segment called SportsCenter: AM, a morning version of SportsCenter.
Even though her stay at ESPN was nurturing, there was no more future for her at the network. Due to the organization’s massive downsizing of 100 personnel, Jaymee was one of them to take the bullet as well.
At ESPN, Sire presented College Football Live, NFL Live, Fantasy Football Now, and NFL Insiders.
On the other hand, after being laid off, the Montanan accepted to work as a judge in the Food Network Star for its 13th season.
In like manner, Jaymee also judged Beat Bobby Flay for its 12th season. During this period, she was just doing short-term wherever she could.
Nevertheless, a silver lining was there to look forward to, as Sire received a reporting role for Iron Chef Showdown in 2017.
Relationship Status, Husband & Kids
At the moment, Jaymee Sire is not married.
However, it was suspected that the former sportscaster was in a relationship with Jeff Rosenberg, the President of Tristar Productions.
The level of truth regarding this matter remains in the dark.
Nonetheless, the beautiful food blogger is in a relationship with Justin Arahoni, a photographer by trade.
The couple met almost three years ago after an encounter on Instagram.
Besides, Arahoni interacted with one of Jaymee’s posts.
After which, both of them got into talking and found out both share similar passions.
Eventually, the two decided to meet face-to-face, and a few dates later, the two remain inseparable.
Furthermore, Arahoni is a professional photographer, event documentarian, and occasional baker.
Besides that, Justin does not fall short of treating Sire just the way one should treat a woman.
Likewise, the couple’s life is filled with love and laughter and created the hashtag #exploringwithjandj to honor all their adventure-filled travels and moments.
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Social Media Presence
Her Instagram has 40.2 thousand followers and her Twitter has 52,700 followers.