Leila Rahimi Biography – Leila Rahimi Wiki
Leila Rahimi is an American television sports anchor and reporter. She works with NBC Sports Chicago. After high school, she served as an intern with Dallas Mavericks announcers Wally Lynn and Mike Fisher. She graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in journalism, in 2002. Rahimi worked as a reporter with KTCK-AM Sports Radio in Dallas, between 2001 and 2005. In 2006, she started working as a sports reporter with CBS-affiliate KXII-TV in Sherman, Texas. In 2012, she went to San Diego to work for Fox Sports San Diego where she served as the field reporter for the San Diego Padres and produced a weekly program.
She then went back to Texas, to work at Comcast SportsNet Houston as an anchor, reporter, and sideline reporter for the Houston Astros and the Houston Rockets. Rahimi was nominated for several Emmy awards, in 2014 and 2015. She also worked with the MLB Network while in Philadelphia and was an anchor and reporter for Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia. She was later hired as the anchor for NBC Sports Chicago In October 2015, where she works as the sideline reporter for Chicago Bulls broadcasts and hosted White Sox pre-game and post-game shows. In August 2020, Rahimi was laid off from NBC Sports Chicago as part of company-wide cutbacks at NBCUniversal due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Leila Rahimi Age
She was born on June 22, 1981, in Denton, Texas, United States.
Leila Rahimi Parents
Her father was born in Iran but later he moved to the United States, while the mother is an American.
Leila Rahimi Boyfriend
She has not disclosed information about her love life and relationship.
Leila Rahimi Net Worth
Rahimi’s net worth is unclear.
Leila Rahimi Nationality
She is of American nationality.
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Olympic #womenshockey, @nbcsports and @NBCOlympics were my #Valentines. I witnessed history and shared in moments with women who put their hearts and souls out on the ice. It’s why I got in this business… and more importantly, why I have stayed. Observing moments, asking questions and telling stories for those who want to know. The greatest thing I learn in traveling isn’t the terrain, the food or the buildings. I learn about people. #TheBestofUS #PyeongChang2018 #gratitude