Julie Donaldson Bio, Age, Husband, Family, Height, NBC, Net Worth, Salary

Julie Donaldson
Julie Donaldson

Julie Donaldson Biography

Julie Donaldson is an American sportscaster and media producer for the Washington Football Team of the National Football League (NFL). Prior to that, she served as an anchor, host, and reporter for several television networks. She also won the 2001, Miss Florida, USA beauty pageant.

Julie became the first full-time on-air female member of an NFL broadcasting team upon her hiring by Washington in 2020. She was the Miss Florida USA title at the state pageant held in Orlando, Florida in July 2000. Previously, Julie placed first runner-up to Kristin Ludecke in the previous year’s pageant.

Likewise, she competed in the Miss USA 2001 pageant won by Kandace Krueger of Texas but did not place. In July 2001, she passed on her title to Shannon Ford.

Julie Donaldson Age

Donaldson is 46 years old as of 2024. She was born on February 10, 1978, in Jacksonville. Florida, the United States of America. In addition, she celebrates her birthday on February 10th every year.

Julie Donaldson Boyfriend

Donaldson was married but later divorced. She then started dating her ex-boyfriend Ivan Lattimore, a professional Slamball player for the Rumble. However, In July 2008, Julie testified that she and two females were assaulted by Ivan. This was their first violence nor the last as she had been through at least four episodes of violence during the course of the relationship

Julie Donaldson Family

Donaldson was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, the United States of America. However, she has not disclosed details about her parents and siblings. We promise to update you once the information is available.

Julie Donaldson Career

In 2006, Donaldson joined SportsNet New York, at the time the network was established. She reported various sporting events covered by SNY and hosted Mets Weekly, a weekly program recapping New York Mets games, trades, injuries, and other features. Julie spent two years working for the network from 2006 – 2007. Donaldson worked as a TV host for Miami Heat’s Heat TV. Before that, she co-hosted Sports Rap on Fox Sports Net Florida. She also co-hosted Softball 360 and the PBS series Healthy Body Healthy Mind.

In February 2018, Julie landed a job at NBC affiliate WHDH-TV, covering Boston-based sports. However, she left the job in December 2018, seeking to start in a news market. Later in June 2010, she was hired as a freelance reporter for Comcast SportsNet’s mid-Atlantic network, covering sports stories in the Washington, D.C. area.

In June 2010, Julie moved to Washington, D.C. to work as an anchor and reporter for Comcast SportsNet’s daily half-hour news program Sportsnet.

Julie Donaldson Net Worth

Donaldson has an estimated net worth of $3 million. Her income is mainly from her successful career as a journalist.