|Age||29 years old|
|Birth Name||Stormy Buonantony|
|Birth place||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Birthday||3th July 1992|
|Height||5ft 9in (175cm)|
|College/University||San Diego State University|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
Stormy Buonantony is an American award-winning sports broadcaster who has an elite knowledge of athletics at all levels.
She currently works as a sideline reporter for ESPN, as a freelance studio host for “The Sports Betting Network” and also as a full-time reporter at the sports betting broadcast network VSiN
Stormy who previously worked as a rinkside reporter and host on AT&T SportsNet can be now seen as the host of the original VSiN show named "My Guys In The Desert".
Is Stormy Buonantony Married Or Dating?
Reporter Stormy Buonantony is not married but she is relishing a wonderful relationship with her boyfriend Cristopher Normandt. Her partner Cristopher is a Veteran who serves in the United States Army.
It is unclear when Stormy and Cristopher first began dating but they began appearing on each other’s Instagram in late November 2015. After then the duo is constantly seen traveling together and happily flaunting their snaps on their Instagrams.
Despite the fact that Stormy and her boyfriend Cristopher are not married, they make a loveable pair. They may also be good a husband and wife in the future if they tie the knot. However, Stormy and her partner Cristopher have not revealed any of their wedding plans yet.
How tall is Stormy Buonantony?
According to the wiki, reporter Stormy Buonantony stands at the height of about 5 feet and 9 inches (175cm). Moreover, the gorgeous reporter has maintained her body weight and she weighs around 132 lbs (60kg). Her full body measurement is assumed to be 35-25-35,
Bio: Family And Siblings
Stormy Buonantony was born on 13th July 1992 in Las Vegas, Nevada to mother Cheri Shipp who is said to be a gymnastics coach, and father Richard Buonantony who played professional baseball with the St. Louis Cardinals.
Stormy has 3 siblings, an elder brother named Johnny Buonantony, a younger brother named Gunner, and a sister named Chloe Buonantony from her parents.
Her brother Johnny is the CEO of the American production company named “Rolling 7’s” and he is also a filmmaker, entrepreneur, and host of the podcast named “Beyond The Tape”. Moreover, she has a younger step-sister from her dad’s side named Olivia Jordan Buonantony.
As per her education, Stormy graduated from Palomar College in 2014 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. She then earned a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and a minor in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience from San Diego State University. During her University days, Stormy was also a member of the “Society of Professional Journalists”.
Stormy celebrates her birthday on 13th July so her zodiac sign is Cancer and she holds American nationality.
Stormy is indeed her real name and her eye color is blue.
Career And Net Worth
Stormy Buonantony started anchoring and producing prep sports live while she was attending Palomar College. Then she began her career as a programming intern at “CBS 8 KFMB” where she interned for around 6 months from January 2013 to June 2013.
From February 2016 to March 2017 Stormy worked as a sideline reporter in Campus Insider. For around 3 years and 2 months, Stormy worked as an in-studio host, sideline reporter, and one-man-band video producer at Mountain West Network, Colorado Springs from June 2014 to July 2017.
From September 2017 to June 2018 Stormy freelanced as reporter and host of Carolina Panthers of Charlotte, North Carolina. In June 2018 she joined in as in-stadium emcee and pregame reporter for all Carolina Panthers home games and events and continued till April 2019. From July 2019 to September 2019 Stormy hosted the podcast “Inside Voices'' on the official Carolina Panthers Podcast Network.
In the meantime, Stormy was also freelancing as a sports editor and producer at NBC News Channel from August 2017 to September 2019 where she screened multiple simultaneous live sports events.
From the year 2018, Stormy freelanced as ACC Football sideline reporter on Raycom Sports and Fox Sports RSN until September 2019
In October 2020 she joined The Sports Betting Network as a freelance studio host and began working as weekend host of 3-hour live program, "The Green Zone" and also worked as a regular fill-in host of "The Lombardi Line".
She was a rinkside reporter and host on AT&T SportsNet for around 2 years since September 2019 to September 2021.
As of now, Stormy has also been working as a sideline reporter of ESPN since November 2017 and is a freelance host studio alongside being the host of "My Guys In The Desert" of VSiN network.
As a famous American award-winning sports journalist, Stormy is speculated to muster a net worth of about $2 million.