Scott Van Pelt

Scott Van Pelt (born August 4, 1966, in Brookeville, Maryland) is an American sportscaster and sports talk show host who previously co-anchored ESPN’s SportsCenter at 11 p.m. He co-hosted SVP & Russillo on ESPN Radio with Ryen Russillo and hosts various golf events for the network. Van Pelt left his radio show in June 2015 to become a solo anchor for a SportsCenter midnight edition.

Early Life of Scott Van Pelt

Scott was born on August 4, 1966, in Brookeville, Maryland, and grew up in Washington, D.C. with his parents, Cathie Mathis (Mother) and Sam Van Pelt (Father). Scott has three brothers named Mark Van Pelt, Mike Van Pelt, and Matt Van Pelt. He is 53 years old and born under the sign of Leo. Van Pelt is an American with White ancestry.

In terms of education, he attended Flower Valley Elementary School in Rockville, Maryland, and later Sherwood High School in Sandy Spring, Maryland. Van Pelt earned a bachelor’s degree in radio/television and film from the University of Maryland in 1988.

What are the Net Worth and Salary of Scott Van Pelt?

According to the research, Scott Van Pelt has a net worth of $16 million. Scott Van Pelt is a high-paid sportscaster. His previous annual salary was more than $1.5 million, and he is now set to make $4 million per year.

Furthermore, no information is available about his properties, house, cars, or other sources of income.

Who is Scott Van Pelt Wife?

Scott Van Pelt was dating his longtime girlfriend, Stephanie Van Pelt, and the couple married on October 22, 2011. The couple has two kids, the first of which is Lila Catherine, who was born in 2012. On February 17th, 2016, they welcomed their second child, a son named Sam Van Pelt.

The journalist currently resides in Farmington, Connecticut, with his wife and three kids. He is a devoted husband and a loving father. There is no rumor of their separation or an extramarital relationship.

Body Measurement of Scott Van Pelt

The Sportscaster is 6 feet 6 inches tall, but his weight has not been revealed. On Twitter, he has 1.99 million followers.

Professional Career of Scott Van Pelt

Scott began his sports hosting career in 1990, after graduating from college, with his first job at WTTG-TV, a FOX affiliate in Washington, D.C. After four years, he moved on to the Golf Channel (an American pay television network owned by the NBC Sports Group), where he worked as a studio host from 1995 to 2000.

In 2001, he joined ESPN as a presenter for one of the popular shows, Sports Center. Scott is one of the network’s top golf correspondents, covering major tournaments such as the Masters. Van Pelt also appeared on ESPN’s coverage of The Open Championship.

He is also a well-known ESPN Radio personality, having co-hosted the Tirico and Van Pelt show with Mike Tirico. However, the show was canceled in 2009, and it was replaced by Scott’s own three-hour program, “The Scott Van Pelt Show.” In October of 2012, the show was renamed SVP & Russillo. He is a studio presenter for the ESPN Network’s Friday night College Football on ESPN.

Scott has also appeared as a commentator in golf video games, working alongside Kelly Tilghman on EA Sports’ Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11, as well as in a comedic role in Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am.

Scott left the SVP & Russillo show in May 2015 to become a solo anchor for a SportsCenter midnight edition. He still works there today and has amassed a large following over the years.