Beth Mowins' Married Life With Husband Dispels Lesbian Speculations
- Date of Birth May 26, 1967
- Age 56 Years, 4 Months
- Nationality American
- Profession Journalist
- Ethnicity/Race White
- High School North Syracuse High School
- College Lafayette College, Syracuse University
- Hair Color Blonde
- Eye Color Brown
- Birth Place Syracuse, New York, United States
- Relationship Status Married
- Wedding Date June 30, 2019
- Father Len Mowins
- Real Name Elizabeth Mowins
- Husband/Spouse Alan Arrallado
American announcer Beth Mowins' decade-long secrecy towards her personal life raised speculations of her being lesbian. But, her married status surfaced out and cleared up the fact that she is straight.
Get familiar with her married life, wedding, husband, and also her career and net worth!
Beth Mowins' Married At Her 50s
Though late, Mowins got married to her long-term boyfriend, Alan Arrallado, at the age of 52. The couple tied the wedding knots on June 30, 2019, at the Scripps Seaside Forum in San Diego, California.
Rowe even congratulated Mowins and her husband for their married life: she posted a picture from the wedding and wrote, "May Love rest upon you all the days of your life."
Some days you marry your most incredible work colleague and her lovely husband! All our love to @bethmowins and @alanarrollado May Love rest upon you all the days of your life. #reverendrowe #ordained #inowpronounceyou pic.twitter.com/EOVqKofeFZ — Holly Rowe (@sportsiren) July 1, 2019
Beth Mowins' Bio
Born on 26 May 1967, in Syracuse, New York, Mowins - full name Elizabeth Mowins - grew up admiring football. She was the basketball, softball, and soccer player at North Syracuse High School in North Syracuse, New York.
When she attended Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania, she was the Varsity basketball team captain for two seasons.
In 1989, she graduated from Lafayette with a BA and from Syracuse University with a master’s degree the same year.
Career in ESPN
Mowins' career began in 1991 as a news and sports director for WXHC-FM Radio in Homer, New York, where she became one of the 2009 inductees into the Greater Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame.
She joined ESPN in 1994. During her time with ESPN, she called NCAA Championships in basketball, softball, soccer, and volleyball and became the Women’s College World Series's voice for more than 20 years.
In 2011, she became part of ESPN’s coverage of the 2011 Women’s World Cup in Germany. In 2012, Mowins moved to Saginaw, Michigan.
In September 2017, Mowins' bio added another credit. She became the first woman play-by-play announcer on ESPN’s Monday Night Football, opening the broadcast between Los Angeles Chargers and Denver Broncos.
She also became the second female play-by-play announcer in NFL regular-season history after announcer Gayle Sierens became the first in 1987 for NBC Sports.
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Salary and Net Worth
Mowins, a veteran with over two decades of experience under her belt, is one of the best-paid sportscasters in the world. She has been with ESPN since 1994.
But, the figure of the journalist's net worth and salary has never been disclosed. It can only be implied that her service and experience may have earned her a hefty salary.