Molly Qerim Bio | Wiki
Molly Qerim (Molly Ann Qerim) is an American journalist and sportscaster currently working as a host for ESPN’s hit morning show called First Take. Prior to that, she was the host of NFL Network’s weekday morning show on NFL Fantasy Live. Early in her career, Molly worked at ESPN in 2006 contributing to digital and mobile platforms for four years.
Molly Qerim Age
She was born on March 31, 1984, in New Haven, Connecticut, in the United States. Molly is 37 years old.
Molly Qerim Height
She is a woman of above-average stature. Molly stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in (Approx 1.68 m).
Molly Qerim Parents
She was born to her parents in New Haven, Connecticut, in the USA. Molly has an older sister whose identity has not been disclosed. However, she has not shared any details with the public concerning her parents.
Molly Qerim Jalen Rose | Married
She was married to her husband Jalen Rose who is a sports analyst for ESPN, a former basketball player, and also the co-founder of Jalen Rose Academy. The pair exchanged their wedding vows in the year 2018. Jalen has two daughters from his previous relationship. In 2018, Molly also made it publicly known that she was suffering from severe endometriosis.
On April 2021, her husband Jalen filed for divorce stating that their marriage fell apart when she relocated to Connecticut. It was later announced that Jalen Rose had filed for divorce on December 8, 2021.
Molly Qerim Education
She attended the University of Connecticut where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and a minor in Business Administration. Molly later joined Quinnipiac University graduating with a master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Molly Qerim Pregnancy
Currently, there has been news spreading concerning Molly’s pregnancy. However, the news is yet to be confirmed whether they are true or not. We shall keep you posted as soon as this has been clarified.
Molly Qerim Disease
In the year 2018, Molly announced that she has severe endometriosis, a painful disorder in which tissues similar to the ones that usually line the inside of a uterus called the endometrium, grow outside the uterus. This condition involves fallopian tubes, ovaries, and also the tissue lining the pelvis. She was first diagnosed with endometriosis at 26 years old. Molly says that the condition was not just in her reproductive organs but everywhere in her body including her liver and intestines.
Some of the symptoms include bleeding or spotting, severe pain, stomach or digestive problems, and infertility. The endometriosis compiled into a cyst that burst and as a result, the toxins were all in her body. Molly was put on the medication Lupron in order to treat her endometriosis but the side effects felt too severe. The treatment put her body in menopause and she gained a lot of weight. Molly said she did not feel like herself emotionally, mentally, and physically. She eventually turned to a traditional Chinese medicine called Acupuncture, to help ease her discomfort.
Molly Qerim ESPN
She currently works as a host for ESPN’s hit morning show called First Take. Molly is at the helm working together with Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman so as to moderate two very strong personalities with warmth as well as authority. In this role as a host, she frequently showcases her ability to connect with a large variety of guests through interview segments. Earlier in her career, she worked for ESPN in 2006 for a period of four years contributing to digital as well as mobile platforms.
Molly obtained an Emmy for her work on Fantasy Football Now in 2008. She later went to work for CBS Sports in Bew York City where she covered college football as well as basketball, among other major events. Molly also worked for NFL Network in Los Angeles where she hosted NFL AM and NFL Fantasy Live. In the year 2015, she returned to ESPN and was immediately appointed to host First Take, which is the position she still holds.
Besides covering all the championship events, Molly is also experienced with celebrity red carpets, UFC/MMA coverage, A-list musical and TV/film guest interviews, boking, tennis, and many more. In addition, she is a philanthropist as well as the ambassador for the Boys and Girls Club of America, the Innocence Project, and an advocate for endometriosis awareness.
Some of Molly’s colleagues at ESPN include:
Neil Everett – Sportscaster
Karl Ravech – Host
Ashley Brewer – Sports Anchor & Host
John Buccigross – Sportscaster
Katie George – Sports Anchor
Chris Berman – Host
Zubin Mehenti – SportsCenter Anchor & Radio Co-Host
Molly Qerim Salary
She receives quite an impressive amount from working at ESPN as a host for the First take show. Molly’s average salary is $120,000 annually.
Molly Qerim Net Worth
Having worked in the media industry for quite some time ow, Molly has been able to garner a decent fortune. her net worth is $3 million.
Is Molly Qerim Married
She is happily married to her handsome and supportive husband Jalen Rose. The couple got hitched in 2018 in a private wedding in New York.
What Happened To Molly Qerim
She was diagnosed with severe endometriosis at the age of 26 years old. Endometriosis s a condition whereby tissues lining the uterus grow outside the uterus which may cause infertility.