Who Is Holly Rowe's Husband, Is She Married? Son McKylin Supports In Tragedy
|Date of Birth||June 16 ,1966|
|Age||53 Years 9 Month(s)|
|College||The University of Utah|
|Height/ How Tall?||5' 5" (1.65 m)|
American sports telecaster Holly Rowe demonstrated her strength after fighting a battle with an unconquerable disease. Not only did she won the battle, but she also left the past well behind and reveled in the role of a mother.
The University of Utah graduate, aged 52, earned her recognition as a sideline reporter for college football games on ESPN network. Besides her work on ESPN, she has also worked as producer and writer for various documentaries and features, aired on the popular networks such as KBYU TV, ESPN, and FOX 13 TV.
How Was The Game: Holly Rowe interviews NFL player, Minkah Fitzpatrick, for ESPN's College Football in April 2018. (Photo: Espn.com)
Rowe showed an early fair in sports journalism joining CBS Sports as an intern (1991 to 1992) after her graduation.
She started her broadcasting career at the age of 27 with Fox Sports as a broadcaster of women's college basketball games in 1993. She later held a position at CBS, covering several seasons of the men's Final Four (basketball) before joining ESPN.
Holly Rowe Spent 2 Decades Of Her Life At ESPN
For the Emmy nominated sports reporter, joining CNN in the 90's in her early 30's was a dream come true.
Her notable ventures at ESPN include play-by-play for Women's World Cup matches, covering the Running of the Bulls & swimming events, and broadcasting track & field events.
She joined ESPN in 1998 as part-time sideline reporter in certain broadcasts in the network. She later diversified her extensive knowledge of basketball reporting as a part of women's college basketball games broadcasted on ESPN.
As of now, she serves as a full-time college football sideline reporter being a part of numerous regular season games and post-season bowls. Plus, she has also worked as a sportswriter for the Daily Utah Chronicle and the Davis County Clipper.
Holly Rowe's Still Working At CNN Despite Cancer Sufferings
In 2015, she was diagnosed with a cancerous tumor in her chest and it was removed by a surgery in May that year.
After beating it the first time, her cancer again returned in 2016. In February of the year, she found that there was a new tumor, which needed to be removed via surgery. It was a rare form of melanoma cancer which again spread after three months of operation.
Her love for ESPN is on the full show despite her battle with cancer as she is still filming for the ESPN. She has to undergo chemotherapy every 21 days, and the docs have advised her to take rest, but she makes sure that she shows up at the network.
Holly Rowe Cancer At Age 48 Impacted Her Hairstyle?
Holly's burgeoning career hit the first hitch when her health deteriorated in 2015; she was diagnosed with cancer.
Despite not having a slumping impact on her career, chemotherapy has taken its toll on her hair. She often posts on her social sites regarding her hairstyle.
In July 2016, she let go her hair cutting it bald and expressed a sense of support to her fellow cancer patients via a Facebook video, writing,
"Had to have a little fun with this and laugh so I don't cry!!!" "Much love to all cancer patients going thru this. Let's be strong together. #baldisbeautiful #baldystrong #nohairdon'tcare #okicarealittle"
It was a brave act on her part to be able to laugh and giggle with the machine running on her head, changing her beautiful hairstyle to one she had been told would be a better fit while battling the horrible disease. She somehow managed to look even more lively soon after going hairless.
Bald But Happy: Holly Rowe features bald hairstyle in late July 2016 four months after she announced her rare Melanoma cancer returned in February 2016 (Video: Holly Rowe's Facebook)
Like you did expect from the charismatic and lively reporter, she later didn't like the short hairstyle that reminded her of the weak condition of hers.
She took to Twitter sharing about the problems of a short hairstyle in January 2017. With a picture of all messed up hair, she stated that despite others' claims about having short hair easy to maintain, she found it hard.
Upset With Hairstyle: Holly shares her short hair issues through her Twitter in January 2017. (Photo: Holly Rowe's Twitter)
Moreover, she regarded her hairstyle as an angry teenage porcupine walking through the airport.
Holly Rowe Is Proud Of Her Actor Son McKylin
Holly is a mother of a grown-up son named McKylin Rowe, who has also worked as an actor & writer on Tv series The Egos. She shares the close bond with her son and regards herself as a proud mother.
If you don't know, Mackylin was acting in plays during his college days. In March 2015, Holly went to watch her son's performance in his college musical Cinderella. She later shared the proud moment on Twitter stating that her son had been cast as 'Prince Charming' and congratulated him on his excellent work.
Proud mother: Holly attends her son's college to watch his performance in his college musical, Cinderella in March 2015.
Not just that, she loves hanging out with her son and often posts the picture manifesting her love towards him on different social media platforms.
Is She Married And Has Husband To Show?
The presence of her son signals about her being a married woman. However, there have been confusions regarding her married life as she has not delved into the details about her husband.
Speculations about her divorce from her husband has had its fair share in the gossip columns. Despite plenty of interest to grasp her married life and husband's identity, she has not flinched an inch and is reluctant to discuss her married life in public.
Until and unless she decides the time is right to front up the media and open about he husband rumors, the rumor mills will keep on grinding.