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Pamela Donielle Oliver, professionally known as Pam Oliver is an American sportscaster who is best known for her work on the sidelines for various National Football League (NFL) and National Basketball Association (NBA).
She started her profession as a news reporter but in the end, she emerged up as a sports anchor and has come up a long way becoming one of the most respected sportscasters in her 35 years long career.
Since 1995, she has been working for Fox Sports as one of their sideline NFL reporter. In addition to this, she was named “Outstanding Woman in Journalism” by Ebony Magazine.
Height / Weight / Age
She seems tall with a height of 175 in centimeters and 5’9” in feet & inches. Born on, March 10, 1961, this beautiful lady has turned 61 years old. She possesses a healthy and fit figure with a weight of 64 in kilograms and 141 lbs in pounds.
Her body is complemented by her beautiful black eyes and her silky long brown hair. She is very conscious about her physique and her figure measurements are 35 inches breast, 25 inches waist, and 35 inches hips. Her bra size is 35B.
She has earned a good amount of money from her profession as a sports broadcaster and undoubtedly managed to amass a healthy fortune estimated to be $6 million.
Education / Family
Mrs. Oliver was born and raised up in Dallas, Texas, United States, and belongs to the black ethnicity. She is the lovely daughter of her father John Oliver who was a master sergeant in the U.S. Air Force and her mother Mary Oliver who was a housewife.
Apart from this, she also has two sisters whose names are not known at this moment. As per her education, she completed her schooling at Niceville High School in Niceville, Florida, and further enrolled herself at Florida A&M University to pursue her degree bachelor in broadcast journalism.
|Birth Name||Pamela Donielle Oliver|
|Birth Place||Dallas, Texas, United States|
|Date Of Birth||March 10, 1961|
|Height||In centimeters – 175 cm
In feet inches – 5’9”
|Weight||In Kilograms – 64 kg
In Pounds – 141 lbs
|School||Niceville High School in Niceville, Florida|
|College||Florida A&M University|
|Home Town||Dallas, Texas, United States|
|Debut||News Reporter – WALB|
|Fathers Name||John Oliver|
|Mothers Name||Mary Oliver
|Sister||Two (name not known)|
Career / Fashion And Style
As per her career, she started her career as a news reporter at WALB in 1985. Later this year, she worked as a news reporter at WAAY-TV for about two years. In 1998, she joined WIVB-TV and left it in 1990. After that, she worked as a sports anchor at WTVT. In 1992, she continued working as a sports anchor with KHOU-TV.
In 1993, she got her big breakthrough after she joined one of the biggest sports television networks “ESPN”. She joined Fox Sports and began working as a sideline reporter in 1995. From 2005-2009, she worked as a sideline reporter for TNT’s NBA Playoffs coverage and she continued working for 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 seasons.
Boyfriends, Affairs, Husband, and More
Reflecting on her personal life, she tied the marriage knot in 1990 with Alvin Whitney, a TV producer. The couple didn’t bless with any child as Oliver is diagnosis with uterine fibroid but she is the step-mother of three children named Aiyana, Khail, and Anissa. As of now, she is living happily with her husband and children.
|Children||Aiyana, Khail, and Anissa|
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|Favorite Actors||Not Known|
|Favorite Actress||Not Known|
|Favorite Musical Instrument||Not Known|
|Favorite Singer(s)||Not Known|
|Favorite Sport||Not Known|
|Favorite Destinations||Not Known|
|Favorite Color(s)||Not Known|
Some Interesting Facts About Pam Oliver
- She was named “Outstanding Woman in Journalism” by Ebony Magazine.
- From 1993-1995, she worked for the American sports channel “ESPN”.
- Since 1995, she has been working for Fox Sports.
- She worked on the sideline for various NBA and NFL games.
- She belongs to the black ethnicity.
- Her full name by birth is Pamela Donielle Oliver.
- Her zodiac sign is Pisces.
- She was professional at tennis, basketball, and track, and field races during her high school.
- She became a college All-American in both the 400-meter and the mile relay.
- She was graduated with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.