Melissa Stark is a famous American television personality as well as a sportscaster who currently works for the NFL network with a history of working with NBC. She was born in the year 1973, 11th November. She also has worked as a correspondent for the NBC’s The Today Show. In the summer of the year 2008, she anchored the MSNBC’s coverage for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Before joining the NBC, she was well-known for her three year stint as a sideline reporter for the Monday Night Football. She also has worked as a reporter for the sports channel ESPN. Her bio includes the following details.
She gas achieved a degree in Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia in the subject of Foreign Affairs and Spanish. When she was in college, she was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta alpha sorority. She started her career at the WMAR television in Baltimore in the year 1991 as a news intern working for the assignment desk.
She also was a news intern for the CBS evening News with Dan Rather in the year 1993 and 1994 where she had written scripts and assembled background information in the investigation for health correspondent Dr. Bob Arnot.
She was a production assistant and a reporter for the Virginia Sports Marketing in the Charlottesville for the University of Virginia’s Coach’s TV Show, which was aired in major markets in Virginia.
In the year 2003, in the month of July, she joined the NBC News in a National Correspondent for The Today Show and MSNBC Live.
She made her NBC debut in the year 2004 with various reports and interviews for the network’s coverage in the Triple Crown and many other big horse racing events for the Network.
She also participated as a reporter for the NBC’s New Year’s Eve coverage which was hosted by Carson Daly. She also left MSNBC and The Today Show in the year 2006. She worked for the third Olympics game for the NBC Sports serving as an anchor for the MSNBC’s coverage of the summer Olympics held in 2008. She previously had served as a speed skating reporter during the NBC’s coverage of the 2006 Olympics and swimming and diving reporter in the Summer Olympics 2004.
She has been recently been doing field work for the NFl Network. She is all set to host the NFl Network newest gameday show. She will be hosting the on-site pre-game show at the primetime designations along with Shaun O’Hara, Sterling Sharpe and Brian Billick.
Her father’s name is Walter Stark who is an eye surgeon at the infamous Eye Clinic at the Johns Hopkins Hospital situated at Balimore, Maryland. As she is from Baltimore, she graduated from the Roland Park Country School which is one of the most prestigious schools in the city before she went to University of Virginia. Her husband’s name is Mike Lilley, she has been married to him for some time now, and she owns a home in Sea Bight in the New Jersey.
The exact figure of her net worth is not available but it is believed to be in millions of dollars. She can be followed by her fans in her twitter account.