Charly Arnolt Bio | Wiki
Charly Arnolt is an American television personality and sports broadcaster. She currently works for ESPN and is best known for her tenure as a sportscaster. She is a former ring announcer for WWE. Charly worked as a ring announcer from 2016 to 2021. At WWE, Charly appeared under the ring name Charly Caruso. Currently, she works as a backup host and also as a moderator on ESPN’s First Take with Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman.
Charly Arnolt Age
He was born on July 14, 1987, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America. Charly is 35 years old.
Charly Arnolt Height
She is a woman of average stature. Charly stands at the height of 5 ft 5 in ( Approx 1.65m).
Charly Arnolt Parents
She was born to her dad ad her mum Charlene May Arnolt on July 14, 1987, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America. Charly developed a love for sports as a young girl and started playing softball, volleyball, and gymnastics. She always wanted to join the Olympics as a gymnast. However, injuries forced her to retire. Although she had aspirations of playing volleyball at a collegiate level, her height hindered her.
Charly Arnolt Married
This Indiana native is a bit secretive when it comes to her personal life. Charly is reportedly living a single life with no public sharing of her personal life, especially her affairs. However, rumors had it that Charly was romantically linked to WWE superstar Seth Rollins but it has been confirmed that they are no longer together. Currently, Seth is married to Becky Lynch and the couple has a daughter called Roux.
Charly Arnolt Education
She holds a degree in broadcast journalism from American University in 2010. Prior to joining the university, Charly graduated from North Central High School.
Charly Arnolt Espn | First Take
She became part of the ESPN news team in September 2018. Currently, Charly’s role is to update SportsCenter and also host a SportsCenter show on Snapchat. Before that, Charly hosted First Take for the first time. She was assigned the role after someone in the talent department asked Charly what she wanted to do at the network if she had her choice.
After a favorable impression made by Charly in late December 2018, she opened more opportunities to First Take and also cemented her role as the primary fill-in host. Now, Charly is part of the weekly show, First Take, Her Take podcast on ESPN where she works alongside Arnolt, Kimberley A. Martin, and Chiney Ogwumike. Mostly, the show has the same format as the television show. Also, the podcast allows the team to discuss other topics concerning their lives and culture.
In addition, Charly appears on SportsNation on ESPN+ and other shows on the streaming service regularly. However, she acknowledged that over the past 12 to 18 months, it has not been easy to make sure there was no conflict between her WWE and ESPN schedules. As a result, she has completed her move from the WWE to ESPN.
Charly’s colleagues at Espn Include:
Dianna Russini – sportscaster
Treavor Scales – sportscaster
Laura Rutledge – sportscaster
Michele Steele – Sportscaster
Ryan Smith – sports anchor.
Jeremy Schaap – sportscaster
Bill Wolff – Vice President of Studio Programming
Sarah Spain – Sports reporter
Dawn Davenport – reporter
Charly Arnolt WWE
In 2016, Charly was invited by friend Tony Khan (NFL Jacksonville Jaguars co-owner) to a WWE SmackDown show in Indianapolis. At that show, she met Mark Carrano, the WWE Senior Director of Talent Relations who connected her with Michael Cole, the WWE Monday Night Raw play-by-play commentator. Michael is instrumental in hiring TV broadcasters as well as ring announcers for the company.
Although Michael was very interested, there were no openings. After Brandi Rhodes ( current Chief Brand Officer for All Elite Wrestling (AEW)) opted to leave WWE in May 2016, a chance came calling for Charly and she joined WWE. While there, she adopted the name Charly Caruso and began serving as a ring announcer for WWE NXT.
However, it didn’t take long for her to make the main roster. She interviewed WWE superstars and also hosted events, segments, and shows on WWE Network, WWE social media WWE YouTube, and USA Network. Also, Charly hosted pre-show panels and conducted backstage interviews on Monday Night RAW as well as WWE NXT. In 2021, Charly did not re-sign a new contract with WWE.
Charly Arnolt Fox 4
She became part of the WSAZ-TV news team in Huntington, West Virginia as a reporter in 2010. Later, she moved back to Indianapolis and became a freelance reporter for WXIN “Fox 59”. In 2011, Charly moved to WDAF-TV “Fox 4” based in Kansas City, Missouri. There, she worked for about two years and in 2014, Charly returned to WXIN and became a sports reporter and anchor.
Charly Arnolt Salary
She earns her income from her current job of updating SportsCenter and also hosts SportsCenter shows on Snapchat for ESPN. Charly has an average salary of $70,175 per year.
Charly Arnolt Net Worth
99.9% of her wealth has been accumulated through her works as a journalist. Charly has amassed an estimated net worth of $889,365.
Who Is Charly Arnolt
Charly is an American television personality and sports broadcaster. She currently works for ESPN and is best known for her tenure as a sportscaster. She is a former ring announcer for WWE. Currently, she works as a backup host and also as a moderator on ESPN’s First Take with Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman.
How Old Is Charly Arnolt
Charly is a 35-year-old American journalist who was born on July 14, 1987, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America.
Is Charly Arnolt Married
Charly is reportedly living a single life with no public sharing of her personal life, especially her affairs. However, rumors had it that Charly was romantically linked to WWE superstar Seth Rollins.