Quick Facts of Hannah Lynn Storen

  • Full NameHannah Lynn Storen
  • Net Worth$2.5 million
  • Date of Birth1962 /06 /13
  • Marital StatusMarried
  • BirthplaceOak Park
  • EthnicityWhite
  • ProfessionJournalist
  • NationalityAmerican
  • Active Year1984‚Äďpresent
  • Eye colourBrown
  • Hair colourBrown
  • SpouseDan Hicks (1994‚Äďpresent)
  • Height5′ 9¬Ĺ” (1.77 m)
  • Weight58 kg
  • EducationUniversity of Notre Dame (1983), The Westminster Schools (1979)
  • Online PresenceInstagram, Twitter
  • ChildrenRiley, Ellery and Hannah
  • HoroscopeGemini

One of the popular and well-respected journalists of the time who interviewed several famous personalities on her shows. Along with it, she also covered major sports games including Olympics Games, Major League Baseball, and NFL games among others.

The talented journalist is non-other than Hannah Storm who has a great professional and personal life. Active in the industry for decades, she has earned a good net worth and salary. Regarding her personal life, she is married and has three children. If you want to know more about the personality then stay with us:

Hannah Storm’s Bio, Wiki

Born Hannah Lynn Storen on 13th June 1962 in Oak Park, Illinois under the birth sign Gemini, Hannah Storm is a journalist. Her parents Miek Storen and Hanna G. Storen raised her in an Irish-Catholic family. Moreover, Storm completed her schooling in 1979 from The Westminster Schools and in 1983, she graduated from the University of Notre Dame.

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Hannah Storm with her brother                                                          Source: @espnhannahstrom

Initially, Storm started her career as a disc jockey at a radio station in Texas in the early 1980s. When she was at the university, she used to work at WNDU-TV. Soon after her graduation, Storm again worked as a disc jockey at KNCN.

Moreover, her professional career started in 1989 when she joined CNN. She hosted the CNN Sports Tonight from 1989 to 1992. She also hosted Major League Baseball Preview in CNN. Similarly, Storm joined NBC in 1992 where she hosted Olympics Games, NBA Basketball and Major League Baseball. From 1994 to 2000, when she hosted NBC Major League Baseball, she became the first woman in the TV history of America to appeared as a solo host on the network.