Dianna Russini Body Measurements
Dianna Russini Height,Weight and Body measurement
- Height in Feet 5 Feet 11 Inches
- Height in Meters 1.557528 Meter
- Weight in Kilograms 59KG
- Weight in Pounds: 130.07258 lbs
- Breasts-Waist-Hips in inches 36-25-36 Inches
- Breasts-Waist-Hips in CM 91-63-91 CM
|Dianna Russini Body Mass Index (BMI) is 25. This is considered as overweight.|
Quick Info Card
|Full Name||Dianna Marie Russini|
|Date of birth||1983 , February, 11|
|Birth Place||New York City ,New York ,United States|
|Residence||New Jersey ,United States|
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Who is Dianna Russini ? (Bio)
Dianna Marie Russini is an American sports journalist born on February 11, 1983, in New York City, New York, USA, who is currently working as a host, insider, reporter, and analyst for ESPN on NFL Live and NFL Countdown. She joined the network in 2015 as an anchor on SportsCenter and prior to that, she used to host on WRC-TV in Washington, D.C. She has worked for several stations including CSN Northwest, NBC stations: WRC-TV, WVIT, and WNBC.
Talking about her personal life, Dianna Russini is married to Kevin Goldschmidt. The couple revealed their relationship in 2020. However, their exact marriage date is unknown but, they surely are living a happy and precious life together.
Dianna Russini's Body Measurements:
Dianna Russini has a beautiful hourglass figure with natural busts, a slim waist, and wide hips. She wears a dress size of 6, a bra cup of 34D, and a shoe size of 7.5. She stands 5'11" tall and weighs 59 kg.
Dianna Russini Networth
Dianna Russini is a famous sports journalist who has an estimated net worth of around $2 Million as per different sources. A huge load of her income is mostly made through her acting. Regarding her huge success, it is quite sure her net worth in the forthcoming years is definitely to take a rise. She earns approximately $300,000 every year as her annual paycheck.
Dianna Russini Education
She was graduated from George Mason University.
Dianna Russini Facts
- She used to play women's soccer for four seasons at George Mason University.
- She has covered the Boston bombing at NBC before shifting to WRC-TV in Washington.
- In July 2015, she was hired as a SportsCenter reporter at ESPN.
- During her high school, she was an All-State in basketball, softball, soccer, and track.