Lindsey Thiry Biography
Lindsey Thiry is an American journalist and sports correspondent currently working as the NFL Nation reporter at ESPN based in Los Angeles, California since May 2018. Previously, Thiry worked as a multimedia sports reporter for four years at the Los Angeles Times where she covered the Rams, Dodgers, Lakers, USC, and UCLA.
Lindsey Thiry Education
Thiry attended Seattle Preparatory School and she was active in volleyball and even won two state championships. She then joined and graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelor’s degree in communication. While at the university, she was a member of the Huskies’ National Champion women’s volleyball team in 2005. READ: Heather Brown
She pursued her internship in community relations at Seattle Mainers in 2008 for five months. In 2009, she was also a part of FOX Sports Net Northwest and worked there as an ENG intern. At Fox, Thiry had the chance to learn things such as collecting bites for FSN productions and interviewing many players and coaches. In the process, she also strengthened her writing skills for voiceovers.
Lindsey Thiry Age
How old is Lindsey Thiry? She is about 37 years old as of 2023. She was born and raised in Seattle, United States of America. Though, information regarding when she was born and celebrates her birthday is currently under review.
Lindsey Thiry Nationality and Ethnicity
Lindsey holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in Seattle, United States of America. She belongs to the White-American ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Lindsey Thiry Measurements and Height
How tall is Lindsey? She stands at an average height of 5 feet and 8 inches (1.73 meters) and maintains a moderate weight. Details regarding her other body measurements will be updated as soon as they will be publicly available. RELATED: GoldLink
Lindsey Thiry Family
Thiry was born and raised in Seattle, Washington the United States of America. She was born to Pierre Thiry and Chris Thiry, Her father was a swimmer at Washington from 1964 to 1969 and he also played club volleyball. Thiry grew up alongside two siblings, a sister Michelle Thiry who is a four-year winner in softball, and her brother Jeff Thiry who is an officer in the Tacoma Police Department.
Lindsey Thiry Husband
Is Lindsey married? Lindsey is currently married to her husband Todd. The couple got married officially through a wedding ceremony held in May 2020. The couples are proud parents to a son Cooper Paul Badstubner born on February 23, 2022, weighing 7 pounds, 14 ounces, and 21 inches.
Lindsey Thiry Baby
Thiry and her husband Todd are proud parents to a son Cooper Paul Badstubner born on February 23, 2022, weighing 7 pounds, 14 ounces, and 21 inches. RELATED: Bill Meck
Lindsey Thiry Salary
Thiry working as the Los Angeles Rams team reporter for ESPN’s NFL earns an estimated annual salary of $97,982.
Lindsey Thiry Net Worth
Thiry is an American journalist and sports correspondent with an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Lindsey Thiry ESPN
Lindsey Thiry, an experienced sports reporter, currently serves as the team reporter for the Los Angeles Chargers at ESPN’s NFL Nation. She joined ESPN in May 2018 and has since become a prominent figure in the world of football journalism. Before her time with the Chargers, Thiry spent four seasons covering the Rams for ESPN.com. RELATED: Stana Katic
Thiry’s role at ESPN extends beyond her work with the Chargers. She frequently appears on various ESPN platforms, including NFL Live, SportsCenter, and ESPN Radio, contributing her insights and analysis. Her multimedia expertise allows her to engage with audiences across different mediums.
Prior to her tenure at ESPN, Thiry honed her reporting skills as a multimedia sports reporter at the Los Angeles Times for four years. During her time there, she provided comprehensive coverage of teams such as the Rams, Dodgers, Lakers, USC, and UCLA. Thiry’s versatility was evident in her ability to contribute to both the print and digital editions of the Times, while also producing daily videos and podcasts. Her dedication to delivering high-quality content was recognized when she won an Associated Press Sports Editors’ award for a short video in 2016.
Before joining the Los Angeles Times, Thiry focused on college football and recruiting as a reporter for Scout.com. She also made appearances on Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports West, and Spectrum SportsNet, further expanding her experience in the sports broadcasting industry.