Clay Travis is a sportswriter, political commentator, radio host, media personality and also a television analyst. Clay Travis has worked with Buck Sexton on The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show.
Clay Travis’ date of birth is 6th April 1979 and his place of birth is Nashville, Tennessee, USA. His age is forty two years old while his zodiac sign is Aries. Similarly, the TV personality holds an American nationality and also follows the Christian religion. However, there is no information about the journalist’s parents and childhood.
As for his education, he went to the Martin Luther King Magnet at Pearl High School in Nashville. He graduated from there in 1997. He then moved to George Washington University, Washington, DC. The journalist even went to Vanderbilt University Law School, Nashville, for his further studies.
career and working life
Clay Travis also initially worked as an attorney for the US Virgin Islands and Tennessee. It was late 2004 when he began to garner media attention through the personal blog he wrote while living in the US Virgin Islands. Travis, one of the Tennessee Titans admirers, was unable to purchase NFL Sunday Ticket, the satellite television package to watch NFL games in the islands. So he went on a “pudding strike” and consumed nothing but pudding on a regular basis for fifty days with the aim of forcing DirecTV to bring the package to the Virgin Islands.
However, the fight was unsuccessful, but he blogged about the experience and eventually gained media attention. In September 2005, he began writing online for CBS Sports, for which he did not serve for Season 1St Year. Then, in 2006, the journalist finally dropped out of law school. While writing for CBS, he began ministering on the book Dixieland Delight and toured the soccer stadiums of the twelve members of the Southeastern Conference. He then became the writer and editor of Deadspin, and also a national columnist for FanHouse.
In 2011, when FanHouse merged to form Sporting News, the TV host launched Outkickthecoverage.com. After some time, it became one of the most visited college football websites. He also served on D1 Sports Training along with NFL Predictions for the 2008 NFL Draft. Then the TV personality wrote a 10-part series, Rough Draft, about that experience. In 2010, Travis was named Best Sports Radio Host We Love To Hate in The Nashville Scene’s Best of Nashville magazine. He then worked as a co-host of the sports radio talk show “3HL”.
A bit more
He was also once the host of NBC Sports’ national sports radio show. The radio host then resigned from 3HLand in 2014 and was recruited by Fox Sports for his pre-game college football show on Saturday. In 2015, Clay engaged Fox Sports to authorize its entire sports media brand, including Outkick the Coverage. He also started a national weekly TV show, started a daily Outkick the Show broadcast on Facebook and Periscope. He then started a national radio show with Fox Sports Radio in 2016.
In 2010, he was resigned from office by DeMarcus Cousins for his predicted opinion that Cousins would be arrested within the following 5 years. In response, the TV presenter got an offer to donate to a charity chosen by cousins. In addition, in 2010 he started the regular sports radio show “3HL” on 104.5 the Zone in Nashville. Then in 2016, he helmed Fox Sports Radio’s national sunrise radio show “Outkick the Coverage” from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET. In May 2012, Clay retired after it was announced that “Travis and Buck Sexton Rush would take over Limbaugh’s Premiere Networks slot.” The same show began on June 21, 2021.
The American radio host has made an impressive amount of money from her professional career. He has a salary ranging from $20,000 to $100,000 that he receives annually. He also has one net worth of approximately $6 million (as of October 2021). His main source of income is his work as a radio host, television personality, sportswriter and commentator. Currently, Travis is leading a luxurious and happy lifestyle together with his small family in the United States.
Relationship Status and Controversies
Clay Travis is currently in a marital relationship with a woman named lara His wife is a former Tennessee Titans cheerleader. Together, the happy American couple is the parents of their 3 sons. Apart from that, there is no further information about the radio host’s other relationships. However, the journalist was involved in some of the controversies. He criticized his alma mater, Vanderbilt University, in August 2016 for organizing to remove the word “Confederate” from its remarkable Confederate Memorial Hall.
It happened while the referral was being adjusted to movements reserved for “Middle East terrorists.” He then missed out on a $3,000 endorsement deal he had with Jack Daniel’s. on the 15thth In September 2017, he guested with Brooke Baldwin on CNN to discuss freedom of speech. They debated in depth whether Jemele Hill should be fired for calling Donald Trump a “white supremacist” and declaring on her private Twitter page that police generals are “modern-day slave catchers.”
body measurement and social media
As far as his physical measurements go, the radio host is in good shape height by 183 cm or 6 feet 0 inches. Travis has short black hair and a pair of light complexioned brown eyes. Likewise, the American TV personality weighs around 75 kg or 165.35 lbs. He has a trim and slim build with an attractive personality. Also, the journalist seems to be a fitness freak as he looks healthy and has a good figure. In fact, Clay was also athletic and physically active.
As for the social media part, the journalist has been very active on this platform. In fact, it’s been a very long time since the radio host has used his social media accounts. He has one Instagram account, a Facebook page and even a Twitter account. In October 2021 he already gained 45,000 followers on Instagram. Likewise, he has 98,000 followers on Facebook and 811.6,000 followers on Twitter.