Fresh Biographies
Samantha Armytage

Samantha Armytage

Samantha Armytage was born in 1977 and she is a television news presenter and a journalist. She is now a co-host for Sunrise with David Koch and she had hosted Weekend Sunrise and Seven 4.30 News. She was announced as the replacement of the Sunrise host Melisa in 2013.

Skip Bayless

Skip Bayless

Skip Bayless is the famous television personality. He is known for his show First Take on ESPN. He is also a sports columnist and author, who were born on 4th December, 1951. His original name is John Edward Bayless, but his father calls him Skip. He was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. His parents own a restaurant which is famous for barbecue in Oklahoma City.

Stuart Scott

Stuart Scott

Stuart Scott was born in 1965 and he died in 2015. He was an American sportscaster and an anchor of ESPN. He was well known in SportsCenter before his death. He was known for the hip-hop style with how he used the catchphrases. He was a regular of the network at the National Basketball Association (NBA), and National Football League (NFL). He grew up at the North Carolina University and he graduated from the University of North Carolina in the Chapel Hill. He worked with different local TV station before he started to work at ESPN. Even if there are already some sportscasters who were accomplished on the station, he is blending of the hip hop with the sports casting was special.

Jessica Holmes

Jessica Holmes

Jessica Holmes, the famous 1973 born comedian and actress, is a Canadian. She is famous for her work with the famous show Royal Canadian Air Farce. She gained immense popularity after working on her own show, The Holmes Show in 2002. Holmes did her schooling from the Canterbury High School in Ottawa. She pursued her further studies by Ryerson University in Toronto.

Tim Hasselbeck

Tim Hasselbeck

Tim Hasselbeck is one of the famous American Football players. Currently, he is working as an analyst for ESPN. He was born in 1978, on 6th of April at Norfolk, Massachusetts. In 1996, he started playing football for Boston College. He has played in the team known as Eagles. His mother’s name is Mary Beth, and father Don Hasselbeck, was a Patriot in New England. He has completed his graduation in marketing from Boston College. In 2000, because of having abdominal surgery, he was not allowed in spring practice season, and he did that with the senior batch and completed 33-of-250 passes for 2,019 yards for 18 touchdowns and ten interceptions. In that season, he was awarded Thomas F. Scanlan Award from his college which was given to the best athlete, scholar, gentleman and friend.

Juan Williams

Juan Williams

Juan Antonio Williams is known as a Panamanian-American journalist. He is most famous for being a political analyst for Fox News.