Katie Nolan Biography
Katherine Beth Nolan is a sports television host and podcast host from the United States. She hosted Sports? With Katie Nolan, a weekly ESPN podcast.
She previously hosted ESPN2’s Always Late with Katie Nolan and Fox Sports’ Garbage Time with Katie Nolan.
Nolan received a Sports Emmy Award in 2016 for Garbage Time and was nominated again in 2019 and 2020 for Always Late. Before becoming a journalist, Katie worked as a bartender and where she created the blog ‘Bitches Can’t Hang” in 2011.
Katie Nolan Age
Nolan is 34 years old as of 2021. She was born on January 28, 1987, in Boston, Massachusetts.
Katie Nolan Family and Education
Nolan was born in 1987 in Boston, Massachusetts, and grew up in the nearby town of Framingham. At the age of ten, she won a gold medal in rhythmic gymnastics at the Junior Olympics in 1997. She was raised alongside her brother Kevin.
She graduated from Framingham High School in 2005 and attended Hofstra University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations with a minor in Dance in 2009.
Katie Nolan Husband
Nolan is not married, but she is dating actor and comedian Dan Soder. He is an actor known for appearing on the series Billions, the MTV2 series Guy Code, The Bonfire, and Trainwreck.
It is not clear how the two met but Soder appeared on Nolan’s show Garbage Time on Fox Sports and on Always Late with Katie Nolan and her podcast, Sports? With Katie Nolan.
Katie Nolan Leaving ESPN
Why did Katie Nolan Leave ESPN?
On 29th September, Katie announced that she is no longer working at ESPN. She first joined ESPN in 2017 from Fox Sports where she was a television host. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in early 2020, her show, “Always Late with Katie Nolan,” was canceled.
She also appeared on the ‘Highly Questionable’ season finale on September 10, 2021, a day after ESPN announced its cancellation; her most recent podcast, “Sports? with Katie Nolan,” was released on Friday. She also co-hosted a SnapChat version of “SportsCenter.”
I’ve thought about sending this tweet for weeks and I still have no clue how to make it not make you all roll your eyes. Alas: the obvious thing has happened. I no longer work at ESPN. I’m really grateful for my time here. I made incredible friendships and valuable mistakes.
— Katie Nolan (@katienolan) September 29, 2021
She claimed that “this year of slowing down” had affected her on a “cellular level,” which will come as no surprise to her podcast listeners. She also hinted that she would stay in the podcast game for a while longer, but that she might take a break before making a final decision.
Katie Nolan ESPN
Nolan was hired by ESPN on October 4, 2017, and will appear across ESPN studio programming as well as have a digital presence.
On October 19, 2017, she made her debut as a guest panelist on ESPN’s Highly Questionable; she has since guest-hosted that show several times and appeared with Stugotz on the sister radio show The Dan Le Batard Show.
Nolan began hosting a weekly ESPN podcast, Sports? with Katie Nolan, in 2018, which was expanded to a biweekly show in 2020.
Her ESPN+ series Always Late with Katie Nolan premiered in September 2018, and a ‘best of the year episode aired on the main ABC network on December 30, 2018.
In 2019, the show was moved to ESPN2 and the ESPN app, and Nolan stated that she and her staff were able to post more show clips to social media because being restricted to ESPN+ limited the amount of the program that could be posted to free venues. Always Late was canceled in 2021.
Katie Nolan Fox Sports
Nolan joined Fox Sports 1 in August 2013 as a digital correspondent for Crowd Goes Wild, a sports/entertainment talk show hosted by Regis Philbin. In addition, she hosted the FoxSports.com web series No Filter with Katie Nolan.
A video from September 2014 featuring commentary on the Ray Rice domestic violence incident was picked up by the New York Times and praised by numerous media outlets. Nolan appeared as a panelist on an episode of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore in January 2015.
Nolan previously hosted the Fox Sports 1 show Garbage Time with Katie Nolan, which debuted on March 15, 2015. Deadspin praised her April 12, 2015, piece while criticizing a blog post titled “How to Land a Husband at the Masters,” which appeared on the blog of another Fox reporter. On May 10, 2016, Garbage Time won a Sports Emmy for ‘Outstanding Social TV Experience.’
Nolan began hosting NFL Films Presents on Fox Sports 1 in September 2016. The NFL and Fox Sports 1 collaborated to select Nolan as the new host. On February 23, 2017, it was announced that Garbage Time would either be retooled from its current format, or Fox Sports would find a new home for Nolan. In September 2017, Nolan left Fox Sports after seven months without a show.
Katie Nolan Salary and Net Worth
Nolan earns a salary of $500 k annually. She has an estimated net worth of $1 million as of 2021.
Nolan Short Bio
- Full name: Katherine Beth Nolan
- Age: 34 years old
- Date of Birth: January 28, 1987
- Parents: To be updated
- Siblings: To be updated
- Boyfriend: Dan Soder
- Education: Hofstra University
- Occupation: Television host, Podcaster, Comedian, Internet personality
- Salary: $500 k
- Net Worth: $ 1 million