Charissa Thompson

John Max 13 May,2016

Facts of Charissa Thompson

Birth Name
Charissa Jean Thompson
Famous Name
Charissa Thompson
Birth Date
Married to
Kyle Thousand
Currently Married


Career & Net worth

Net Worth
$3 million


Married to
Kyle Thousand
Currently Married

Charissa Thompson is an American television host and sportscaster who currently works for Fox Sports. She has been working with the channel since August 17, 2013. Previously, Thompson served for Big Ten Network, GSN, Versus, and ESPN. 

Apart from being her TV host and sportscaster, she also garnered her attention in the field of the modeling world. She is estimated to have a net worth of $3 million.

Net Worth and Salary

The 39 years old journalist, Charissa Thompson has an estimated net worth of $2 million in 2022, including all of her properties and earnings($1.8 million more compared to the fellow journalist, Lindsay Rhodes).

She had a net worth of $2 million back in 2015. She is currently receiving an annual salary of $700,000, which has boosted her net worth. Apart, she owns Chevrolet.

Charissa Thompson's expensive car and shoes SOURCE: Instagram@charissajthompson

Charissa has an endorsement deal with Mercedes and is a brand ambassador. In August 2018, she was gifted an expensive car by Mercedes which she also posted on her Instagram.

The media is also famous for her hairstyle and haircut. She has huge admirers on social networking sites. One can fetch her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. She also sparks her magic in the modeling world. She has been featured on the cover page of several magazines including the 2009 April issue of Access Direct TV magazine. Her works and contribution paid her a fortune amount of salary. 

Relationship Status

Charissa Thompson is a happily married woman.

In January 2020, her boyfriend, sports agent Kyle Thousand got down on his knees. On 30th December 2020, they tied the knot.

Charissa Charissa Thompson and husband, Kyle Thousand's wedding SOURCE: Instagram @charissajthompson

She took IG to announce her wedding. Thompson wrote, "The day was perfect. Sadly we couldn’t invite all our friends and family due to covid, but we didn’t want to wait any longer to start our lives together. So a huge thank you to those that (were there) and made this day so special & (those that weren’t there) who still made us feel so loved." 

This is her second marriage. She had her first at the age of 25 and is the mother of two children.  She called her first marriage a childish act and later got divorced from him. She hasn't revealed the name of her ex-husband. However, she still has a very good relationship with him and can still be seen hanging out with him.

Earlier, Charissa was also rumored to be dating former basketball player, Jay Williams. She was in a relationship with him in 2013 while she worked for ESPN. As per the source, the couple dated for 2 years and split in 2015. Jay is now married to Nikki Bonacorsi and has a daughter with his wife Nikki.

Charissa Thompson revealed that she was raised by Bill Cowher and takes him as her father figure. She also wished him on Father's day.

Early Life and Family

Charissa Thompson was born as Charrisa Jean Thompson on 4 May 1982, in Seattle, Washington, the United States to father Scott Thompson and mother Cathy Thompson. Talking about her nationality, she is a citizen of America and belongs to white ethnicity. 

She has never talked about her parents and siblings. From a tender age, Thompson knew she wanted to be a broadcaster. She enrolled at Inglemoor High School in Kenmore, Washington.

Upon graduation, she attended Washington State University. Later she relocated to California and joined community college and gain California residency. Further, she was transferred to the University of California, Santa Barbara where she earned a B.A. in Law and Society in the year 2004.

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Charissa Thompson's Professional Career

Charissa Thompson made her appearance on baseball programs, which includes The 2007 MLB ALL-Star Game Red Carpet and The Baseball Report both on FSN. She is determined and passionate and makes her appearance in several college football shows on FSN.

She also covered several main events like the 2010 Vancouver Olympics Winter Games, 2010 FIFA World Cup, BCS National Championship and NBA All-Star game for Yahoo Sports. In the year 2011, she landed her opportunity at ESPN.

Also, she co-hosted the show Numbers Never Lie with Michael Smith. She left ESPN is June 2013 and landed her opportunity at Fox Sports 1. She often hangs out with fellow sportscaster, Pam Ward, and Michelle Beadle.


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