|Date of Birth:||1978, April 9|
|Age:||41 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 10 Inch|
|Birth Name||Jamie Little|
|Famous Name||Jamie Little|
|Birth Place||South Lake Tahoe, California|
|Currently Working For||Telivision|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Weight in KG||59|
|Married to||Cody Selman|
|Current City||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|School attended||Green Valley High School|
|University attended||San Diego State University|
|Birth Date||April 9, 1978|
|Height||5 feet 5 inch (1.65m)|
|Weight||59 kg (130 lbs)|
Jamie Little is one of the popular American pit reporter currently working for Fox Sports as a NASCAR telecaster. Known for reporting in extreme sports and motocross community, Little is the first female pit reporter to cover the prestigious "Indianapolis 500" in 2004. She has also worked for ESPN/ABC as a sports reporter covering Indy Racing League.
The resident of Las Vegas, United States, Jamie Little has an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2019. Further, she earns roughly $50,000 as an annual salary from Fox Sports. She is currently married to Cody Soleman to whom she has two beautiful children; Carter and Sierra.
Jamie Little, a successful veteran motorsports reporter has an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2019. The reported average salary for sportscaster is somewhere between $25,000-$85,000 a year. Being one of the first female pit reporters to cover many prestigious events, Little earns roughly $50,000 as her annual salary from Fox Sports.
Jamie Little's net worth also includes a stunning Pontiac Firebird, which she bought in 2002. In addition, she owns a Toyota Sequoia and a Yukon SUV. Altogether, her car collection is worth $2 million.
Besides earnings as a pit reporter, Jamie along with her Husband owns a two Jimmy John's Franchises in Las Vegas. In addition, they opened a "Nothing Bundt Cakes store" in Carmel, Ind, in 2018.
Staring from her previous relationships and boyfriends, Jamie states in an interview, that she was engaged to a local sports racer at the age of 20. Later, they broke up.
Currently, Little is a married woman. She tied a knot with her boyfriend, Cody Selman in 2010. Before marrying, they dated together for a while. In December 2010, the beautiful couple married each other in front of their relatives in La Jolla, California.
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On August 9, 2012, she gave birth to her first baby boy named Carter Wayne Selman. On October 24, 2016, the couple welcomed their second child named Sierra Lynn Selman. She has a good relationship with media personalities Alicia Fox and Tracy Wolfson.
Apart from motor-racing, Jamie Little has hobbies of horse riding and fishing. She is a popular face in the sports industry but never has been the part of any controversy. Jamie sets a perfect example for upcoming generations and they can walk her footsteps for success in life. Further, she has more than 179k followers on Twitter and 8.5k followers on Instagram, respectively.
Jamie Little was born on April 9, 1978, in South Lake Tahoe, California, of U.S, to mother Laura Thomas. Her parents divorced when Little was 5. She grew up alongside with her three siblings.
An American by nationality, she belongs to the white ethnicity group. Further, her star sign is Capricorn. Little considers herself a devoted Christian.
Jamie attended Green Valley High School, Nevada, where she was the member of high school's lacrosse team. While in high school, she became one of the popular girl athletes, as she used to wrestle and play basketball.
After completing high school, Little got a sports scholarship at the San Diego State University and became a graduate of Sports Journalism in 2001. While at college, she broadcasted Supercross racing, later she pursued a career in motorsports reporting.
Jamie Little started her professional journalism career as a sideline reporter with ABC Sports in 1996. She worked as a one-man band; camera, reporting and broadcasting for two years before she was promoted to news anchor.
Later, she quit ABC Sports and started working for ESPN in 1998, as a sideline reporter. She almost featured all major sports tournament including the Indy Racing League, Summer/Winter Extreme Sports events. Later, she went international to cover Canadian hockey and football leagues.
Her major coverage includes the Indianapolis 500, Firestone 550, and NASCAR on ESPN, especially between 2007-2008. She became the first female pit reporter covering for TV at the Indianapolis 500 in 2004.
She established her image as a pit reporter for extreme sports after she had covered events like X-Games and Motor Sports; which was featured on her show Moto World. Jamie even participated in the Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race in 2008 and won the event beating the reigning champion Mike Skinner by 0.32 seconds.
In September 2014, she announced her movement to FOX Sports Channel where she worked as a NASCAR pit reporter and covered some big events like Xfinity Series as well as Sprint Cup Series.
She went on to establish herself as one of the most versatile and knowledgeable in the business.
In 2015, Jamie became the first female pit reporter to cover both the DAYTONA 500 and the INDIANAPOLIS 500 for network TV’s live, flag-to-flag race coverage. In April 2016, she hosted FOX’s coverage of Supercross maiden at Gillette Stadium.
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