Kaylee Hartung Net Worth, Measurements, Birthday, Height, weight, Age, Family Facts & Life Story
Kaylee Hartung, an American sportscast was recently born in Louisiana in October. She is the younger sister of rapper 50 Cent. She attended Pace University in Louisiana. After graduating she pursued a degree in Broadcast Technology at Southern Illinois University, but decided to stay at her mother’s place in Louisiana and continue her studies while working as a sports reporter at KPXI-TV in Atlanta, Georgia. Kaylee is presently married to football player Deion Branch and they have a son named Dewayne Branch.
Where did you grow up? – I grew up in Buffalo, New York in the Southwest. Where else? – International Motel Connection in Los Angeles, California
What jobs did you get in the sports reporting industry? – I worked as a sports reporter for The Athletic Weekly in both Dallas and San Francisco. I covered the Texas Longhorns for the weekly magazine Sports Illustrated. I was also a regional sportscaster for ESPN in New York, LA and Texas.
Kaylee Hartung Personal Details
- Date Of Birth: 7 November 1985
- Birth Place: Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA
- Birth Name: Kaylee Hartung
- Nickname: Kaylee
- Zodiac Sign: Scorpio
- Occupation: Anchor, Host, Reporter, Sportscaster
- Nationality: American
- Race/Ethnicity: White
- Religion: Unknown
- Hair Color: Light Brown
- Eye Color: Dark Brown
- Sexual Orientation: Straight
Kaylee Hartung Body Statistics
- Weight in Pounds: 110 lbs
- Weight in Kilogram: 50 kg
- Height in Feet: 5′ 2″
- Height in Meters: 1.57 m
- Body Build/Type: Slim
- Body Measurements: 34-25-35 in (86-64-89 cm)
- Breast Size: 34 inches (86 cm)
- Waist Size: 25 inches (64 cm)
- Hips Size: 35 inches (89 cm)
- Bra Size/Cup Size: 32B
- Feet/Shoe Size: 7.5 (US)
- Dress Size: 4 (US)
Kaylee Hartung Family Details
- Father: Unknown
- Mother: Unknown
- Spouse/Husband: Unmarried
- Children: No
- Siblings: Unknown
Kaylee Hartung Education
- Episcopal High School (2003)
- Washington and Lee University (2007)
Kaylee Hartung Facts
- She was born on November 7, 1985, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
- She graduated from Washington and Lee University where she majored in broadcast journalism and politics.
- She contributed to the ESPN’s coverage of SEC basketball and baseball, as well as football as an in-game reporter.
- She spent five years in the CBS News Washington bureau.
Where did you do that? – I have interned for ESPN as a sports reporter, a beat writer and a feature writer. Where were you going for those jobs? – I interned at The Sporting News in Austin, Texas, covering the Texas Longhorns for their spring workouts.
Why did you come to study journalism and why a bachelor of arts degree in journalism and a baton at Louisiana State University? – I had been doing freelance writing and coverage of local events for about two years when I was asked to come out to Louisiana to cover the 2023 Spring Olympics for ESPN. The opportunity to cover the Olympics in the state led me to get my graduate degree in journalism and a November Master’s in Journalism from Louisiana State University.
How much money are you earning right now? – I am not working for a major network or a Fortune 500 company. My base salary as a private citizen is less than one million dollars a year.
What are your earliest life memory and where were you born? – When I was born in Le Marsier, Louisiana, the tears just started rolling from my mother’s eyes. I was five months premature and all I could think about was my mom taking care of me. I was born six months premature and by the time I turned three, I was too small to be able to walk and talk and my future was looking grim.
What is your family life like? – I have two parents and two sisters but most importantly my American father who raised us and played football in the park with us. My brother has a college degree and I have a biological mother who raised us as if we were her children.
How did you end up becoming a journalist? – After high school, I applied as a news reporter for the Orleans Times-Picayune and graduated in 1990. I worked hard for two years in the News Service in New Orleans and then became a staff writer for the same newspaper in Baton Rouge.