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Michelle Beadle
Born October 23, 1975 (1975-10-23) (age 34)
Education University of Texas at San Antonio
Occupation Sportscaster
Title Co-host, reporter
Notable credit(s) SportsNation

Michelle Beadle (born October 23, 1975) is a sports reporter and host for ESPN.

Michelle Beadle is currently the co-host of SportsNation on ESPN2, with Colin Cowherd. She has previously worked for the YES Network as a co-host of Yankees on Deck and Sportslife NYC, and was the host of YES' Ultimate Road Trip and inHD's Cathedrals of the Game. Beadle was also a sideline reporter for the YES Network's coverage of New Jersey Nets basketball games, and the San Antonio Spurs.[1] In 2002, Beadle was a "behind-the-chutes" reporter for TNN's coverage of the Professional Bull Riders' Bud Light Cup tour, in what was the channel's final season of broadcasting the PBR before the tour moved to OLN. She has also hosted ESPN's Titan Games, Fox Sports Net's Big Game Hunters, and College Sports Television's The 1 College Sports Show.

She has hosted several other entertainment-themed and reality-based shows, including's feature, "What You Missed Over the Weekend," Fine Living Network's I Want Your Job, Animal Planet's "Animal Planet Report," and Discovery Channel's Get Packing, and red carpet reporting at various venues.

On January 12, 2009, Beadle became the "New York SportsCenter" anchor for The Michael Kay Show on 1050 ESPN, New York. It was announced on May 14 during the show that she would be leaving on May 22, reportedly to ESPN's television arm. (Her colleagues expressed incredulous dismay at the "surprise announcement," which they had known about since early April.)[2]

Beadle is a graduate of the University of Texas at San Antonio. She is also color blind (she sees the color yellow as 'a pinkish purple')[3] and unable to see 3D video. She is quoted as being afraid of 'marriage and snakes'[4].


  1. ^ "YES Announcers: Michelle Beadle". YES Network. Retrieved 2008-12-10.  
  2. ^ Neil Best,"Michael Kay will do show from trailer outside stadium," Watchdog (Newsday blog), 3 Apr 2009.
  3. ^ Sports Nation broadcast, 5 January 2010.
  4. ^ Sports Nation broadcast, 4 January 2010

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