Charly Arnolt (born July 14, 1987) is an ESPN television personality and sports broadcaster. She is best known for her employment with WWE from 2016 until 2021 as a sportscaster and ring announcer, where she competed under the ring name Charly Caruso. She presently serves as an alternate host and moderator on ESPN’s First Take with Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman.
Facts Of Charly Arnolt
|Full Name||Charly Arnolt|
|Dath Of Birth||July 14, 1987|
|Occupation||Sportscaster, television personality|
|Mother Name||Charlene May Arnolt|
Charly Arnolt Height, Weight, & Measurements
- Height – 5’2” (157cm)
- Weight- 132 lbs. (60 kg)
- Body Shape – 34-28-36
- Dress Size – 3
Height & Weight comparison With Other News Anchors
- Kayleigh McEnany – Height – 5’1” (157 cm), Weight- 121 lbs. (55 Kg)
- Laura Ingraham – Height – 5’5” (165 CM), Weight- 124 lbs. (55 Kg)
- Dana Perino – Height –5’1” (157 cm), Weight- 121 lbs. (55 Kg)
Arnolt was born in the Indiana city of Indianapolis. As a child, she showed an interest in athletics and began participating in softball, volleyball, and gymnastics. She hoped to compete in the Olympics as a gymnast but was forced to quit owing to injury.
She also aspired to play volleyball at the university level but was limited by her height. Arnolt earned a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from American University in 2010. She attended North Central High School earlier.
Early journalism career
In 2010, she joined WSAZ-TV in Huntington, West Virginia, as a reporter. Arnolt returned to Indianapolis later that year to work as a freelance reporter for WXIN “Fox 59.” In 2011, she accepted a position as a reporter at WDAF-TV “Fox 4” in Kansas City, Missouri, where she stayed for around two years. She returned to WXIN in 2014 as a sports reporter and anchor.
Arnolt was invited to a WWE SmackDown show in Indianapolis in 2016 by friend and NFL Jacksonville Jaguars co-owner Tony Khan. Arnolt met WWE Senior Director of Talent Relations Mark Carrano at that show, who introduced her to WWE Monday Night Raw play-by-play commentator Michael Cole, who is key in the company’s hiring of television broadcasters and ring commentators.
Cole was quite intrigued, but there were no available positions. When Brandi Rhodes, who is currently the Chief Brand Officer of All Elite Wrestling (AEW), announced her departure from WWE in May 2016, a door opened, and Arnolt joined WWE. She debuted as a ring announcer for WWE NXT in 2016, but it wasn’t long before she was promoted to the main roster, interviewing WWE superstars and hosting events, segments, and shows on USA Network, WWE YouTube, WWE social media, and WWE Network. She moderated pre-show panels and conducted backstage interviews for Monday Night RAW and WWE NXT until 2021, when she was not re-signed by WWE.
Charly began her career with ESPN in September 2018. She provides updates on SportsCenter and presents a Snapchat show called SportsCenter. A few months later, she presented her first episode of First Take after being asked by someone in the network’s talent department what she wanted to do if she had a choice. Following a positive impression in late December 2018, she was given additional opportunity to host First Take and established her place as the principal fill-in host.
Arnolt is also a co-host on ESPN’s First Take, Her Take podcast. Kimberley Martin and Chiney Ogwumike also appear on the weekly show, which follows the same concept as the television show. The podcast provides an opportunity for all three of them to discuss other aspects of their lives and cultures.
Arnolt also appears often on SportsNation on ESPN+, as well as other shows on the streaming service, although she admitted that it’s been challenging to coordinate her WWE and ESPN schedules during the last 12 to 18 months. She has since made the transition from WWE to ESPN.
Charly Arnolt Net Worth
Charly Arnolt is expected to have a net worth of $500,000 USD in 2021. This includes her property, funds, and earnings. Her principal source of revenue comes from her work as a television host, sports announcer, and WWE interviewer. Charly has amassed wealth through her multiple sources of income but prefers to live a humble lifestyle.
Net Worth comparison With Other News Anchors
Social Media Link
Frequently Asked Questions About Charly Arnolt
u003cstrongu003eWho is Charly Arnolt?u003c/strongu003e
Charly (ring name: Charly Caruso) is an American television host, sports announcer, and WWE interviewer who currently works for ESPN.
u003cstrongu003eHow old is Charly Arnolt?u003c/strongu003e
Charly is 34 years old as of 2021.
u003cstrongu003eHow tall is Charly Arnolt? u003c/strongu003e
Charly stands at an average height of 5 feet 2 inches (157cm).
u003cstrongu003eHow much is Charly Arnolt worth?u003c/strongu003e
Charly has an estimated net worth of $500,000 USD dollars as of 2021.