- Birth Name Richard Clay Travi
- Birth Country Nashville
- Famous Name Clay Travis
- Net Worth N/A
- Salary N/A
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity white
- Currently Working For Fox Sports
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to Lara Travis (m. 2004)
Richard Clay Travis is an American sports journalist, television analyst, writer, who is currently working for popular broadcasting company Fox Sports. He has also served on the college pre-game show, as well as their weekly SEC football show as an analyst.
Travis earns $2.4 million as annual salary and has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Early Life of Clay Travis
Clay Travis was born as Richard Clay Travis on 6 April 1979, in Nashville, Tennessee, the United States. He belongs to American nationality and white ethnicity. His zodiac sign is Aries.
He attended the Vanderbilt University Law School after graduating from George Washington University majoring in the subject of history. In addition, he also worked as a basketball manager during his year at George.
Net Worth and Salary of Clay Travis
The 39 years old, American reporter, Clay Travis has an estimated net worth of $4 million in 2018, including all of his properties and earnings. His net worth is $3 million more compared to the fellow journalist, Mina Kimes.
He is currently receiving an annual salary of $2.4 million from his profession. Maximum of his built through his professional career in journalism. He is a handsome man and he has a remarkable height. Likewise, he has a maintained height that suits flawlessly to his height.
Professional Career of Clay Travis
Talented Clay Travis firstly worked in the U.S Virgins, Islands and Tennessee as a lawyer. On that point, he wrote a blog, which attracted numerous media attraction. In order to show off his anger against the cable authority, that refrained him from watching the NFL Games. Likewise, he started a movement in which he ate pudding for the whole day for 50 straight days because of Tennessee Titans.
Afterward, Clay began his career for CBS sports as a writer. Similarly, while writing for CBS, he worked on a book named “Dixieland Delight” where he visited 12 stadiums in college football’s Southeastern Conference. He then became editor and writer at Deadspin after leaving CBS. Clay had also served as a national columnist at Fan House.
Clay Travis founded website Outkickthecoverage.com after Fan House merged into the sporting news in 2011. In that respect, his website (Outkickthecoverage.com) became one of the most visited sites on Web. Prior to that, in 2008, he also served for D1 sports training for the NFL Draft with NFL prospects. Correspondingly, in 2010, Nashville named him as the Best Sports Radio Host “We Love To Hate” in the publication of “Best of Nashville”.
Currently, Clay Travis is working for the broadcasting channel Fox Sports in the role of 3HL and weekly college football Saturday pre-game show. On the other hand, Travis also donated to DeMarcus Cousins charity for making a good friendly atmosphere as he had an erroneous prediction that Cousins would be arrested.
Personal Life of Clay Travis
Clay Travis is married to Lara Travis. His wife Lara is a former Tennessee Titans cheerleader. Currently, the couple has three children and they are living happily together. The couple dated for some time and tied the knot in 2004.
A native of Michigan, Lara holds Master's Degree in Guidance and Counseling
Clay and his wife are focused on their career and up to date, they do not have any serious conflict with each other. Neither have any records of an affair with other people. He is a good friend of Michael Wilbon and Bryant Gumbel.