Facts of Lauren Shehadi
|Full Name:||Lauren Shehadi|
|Age:||40 years 6 months|
|Birth Date:||May 23,1983|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Leo, Aquarius, Libra|
|Birth Place:||Virginia, USA|
|Father's Name:||Michael Shehadi|
|Mother's Name:||Mary Shehadi|
|Education:||University of Florida|
|Height / How tall? :||5 Feet and 6 Inches (1.65m)|
|Net Worth:||$1.1 million|
|Eye Color:||Dark Brown|
|Waist Size:||36 inch|
|Bra Size:||34 inch|
|Hip Size:||38 inch|
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Lauren Shehadi is an American sports broadcaster who works for MLB Network. She also hosts a podcast called The Podium.
Lauren Shehadi birth, age, parents, ethnicity, school and her growing years
Lauren Shehadi was born in McLean, Virginia. She was born on 23 May 1983. Lauren is an American citizen and her ethnicity is Lebanese. Replying to a tweet, Lauren had revealed that she is of Lebanese race.
— Lauren Shehadi (@LaurenShehadi) April 9, 2013
Her birth name is Julia Lauren Shehadi. From her childhood days, Lauren had shown an interest in journalism. In 2001, she finished her schooling from Langley High School. She used to play softball for the Saxons. She then joined the University of Florida. She used to go and watch sports events with her father Michael. Her mother’s name is Mary.
Lauren Shehadi and her career
When Lauren was in her college studying, she began to take up some jobs in her field. She was the host of Gatorzone. During her internship, she worked for The Best Damn Sports Show Period. Her career began as a sports anchor for KXMC-TV. She then worked for CBS Network. She used to be the host for the SEC Tailgate show and also the ALT games. In the year 2010, she was considered for Playboy’s sexiest sportscaster.
In 2012, she joined MLB Network. This Network was still in its infancy and Lauren has grown with it. When she joined the Network, she used to anchor the show The Rundown. Now she is co-hosting the weekday morning show called MLB Central along with her colleagues Mark DeRosa and Robert Flores. She covers all the 30 teams of MLB Network but she is a fan of the Oriels.
“We didn’t have a team in D.C., so we adopted the Orioles and they gave us so many great moments. When the Nats came to town, it kind of slowly trickled over to that side.”
She also has got an opportunity in July 2018 to cover the All-Star Game. This is the first time she will be doing it and is extremely happy. She said of this assignment:
“All my greatest baseball memories are from the nation’s capital or around the Beltway. It’s kind of like a full-circle moment for me. I remember [American] Legion softball games, being on travel teams where you have five games in a day. All of my favorite memories that molded me into a baseball fan happened in and around D.C., so being able to cover the game of all the greats there is really special for me.”
She said that she has to ensure that her mother Mary has a good time at the games. The daughter said:
“She has a list of people she wants to meet. That’ll be a little thank you for all she’s done so far.”
Lauren Shehadi and her podcast
This January Lauren also has become the host of the podcast called The Podium. This podcast is of NBC Sports Group and Vox Media. Its main focus is the athletes and the events and competitions which would be at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang in South Korea. Her net worth is $ 1.1 million. She has a height of 5 feet and 8 inches.
Lauren Shehadi and her personal life
Lauren is not married and also seems to be not in any relationship. Actually, she has kept her family life extremely private and does not reveal much to the media.
Although she has not said anything about her husband, boyfriend, or fiance, we observed that she has a ring on her finger. Maybe she is engaged to be married or is secretly married.
Reference: wikipedia, washingtonpost, twitter