Scott Van Pelt Biography
Scott Van Pelt is an American sportscaster as well as sports talk show host. Moreover, he also worked for ESPN as a co-anchor of 11 p.m. edition of SportsCenter. And also the co-host of SVP & Russillo Ryen Russillo along with Ryen Russillo. Furthermore, he also worked as a solo anchor for midnight edition of SportsCenter.
Scott Van Pelt Early life
Scott Van Pelt was born on August 4, 1966, in Maryland, United States. He was born to parents, Cathie Mathis and Sam Van Pelt. Although he was born in Maryland, he spent his whole childhood in Washington, DC. Pelt attended the Flower Valley Elementary School for his early education. And later he joined Sherwood High School for his higher education. Well, Pelt completed his graduation from the University of Maryland.
Scott Van Pelt Career
After completing his graduation, Pelt started working for the WTTG-TV as a sportscaster in 1990. However, after working there for five years, he moved to the Golf channel in 1995. There he worked as a studio-host for different shows of the network until 2000. Later in 2001, Pitt joined the ESPN where he is working as a presenter for SportsCenter.
Twitter: Scott Van Pett on the show;
As offices go, Butler Cabin is tough to top. It was a memorable couple if days. Look forward to a great weekend. pic.twitter.com/XMi9DtPNaQ
— Scott Van Pelt (@notthefakeSVP) April 8, 2017
Moreover, he is also one of the network’s top golf correspondents and covers different major tournaments as well as Masters Tournament. Besides this, he also worked for the ESPN radio. During his work at ESPN, he worked along with Mike Tirico as a co-host of Tirico and Van Pelt. And later in 1990, Pelt started running his own show named Scott Van Pelt Show.
In 2012, he was named as the host for the SVP & Russillo. Well, these days, he is network’s studio presenter of the Friday night College Football. Besides this, he also commented the golf videos of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11. Moreover, he also commented the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am. In 2015, the network announced Pelt will be leaving the SVP & Russillo show in order to become the solo anchor for the midnight-edition of SportsCenter. Well, he is the regular anchor of midnight-editions as well as other events.
Scott Van Pelt Personal life
Scott Van Pelt is a married man and is blessed with a happily married and family life. Wel, he married his beloved wife Stephanie Van Pelt in 2011.
Scott Van Pelt and his wife Stephanie Van Pelt, Source: notjustrich.com
This couple has a daughter and a son. They welcomed their daughter Lila Catherine in 2013 which added a huge happiness in their family.
My girl ready for her first Terps game. Go get it @TerpsMLax #BeTheBest pic.twitter.com/iN1qOHG0AR
— Scott Van Pelt (@notthefakeSVP) May 27, 2017
However, their happiness was increased even more after they welcomed their son Sam Van Pelt on February 17, 2016.
'Sup, 🇺🇸 ? Happy 4th. pic.twitter.com/HmPARiRFig
— Scott Van Pelt (@notthefakeSVP) July 4, 2017
They are happily enjoying their family life and are often seen in public. Besides this, there are no any records of his other relationships. Moreover, there are no any rumors of their divorce too. Pelt is an American by his nationality and falls under white ethnic group.
Scott Van Pelt Net worth
One of the famous sportscaster Scott Van Pelt with a great personality must have a good net worth and salary. Well, his current net worth is $16 million which is totally worth. And his salary is around $1.5 million. He has 1.85 Million followers on his Twitter account.