Stormy Buonantony is a famous American sports reporter know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education, Salary and Wiki Bio
|Birthdate ( Age)||13 July 1992|
|Place of Birth||Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.|
|Parents||Name not known|
|Education||Palomar College, San Diego State University|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $2 Million|
|Last Update||September 2021|
Stormy Buonantony is a famous American sports reporter who is currently working as a Rinkside reporter and host on AT and T SportsNet.
Stormy is one of the most popular sportscasters recently who covers all updates and news around hockey team Vegas Golden Knights. Apart from being a famous reporter, she is also an anchor, producer, and videographer as well.
Early Life and Family
Stormy Buonantony is was born on 13th July 1992 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Her mother is a professional gymnast and she is now a gymnastics coach. Stormy brought up in Las Vegas and then she shifted for work and college to California. Stormy loves binge-watching tv series during her free time.She completed graduation with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and did her minor in Behavioral and cognitive neuroscience.
Stormy Buonantony Husband
Stormy Buonantony is married with Cristopher Normandt.She likes to keep her life personal and away from social platforms hence she has not disclosed much information regarding her husband.
Stormy Buonantony Net Worth
Stormy Buonantony is a famous American sports reporter who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million – $2 Million in 2021.
After her education she started freelancing in different roles. Some time later months she began working as an intern for CBS followed that she took training at Prep Sports Live. From the year 2016 to 2017 stormy was working as a sideline reporter for campus insiders. Later she started freelancing for NBC News as a sports editor and producer. This internship lasted for one and a half years.
Till 2019 Stormy worked as a freelance reporter for the Charlotte-based ESPS and Raycom Sports, where she covers news regarding baseball, football, and the College World Series. This led to her major achievement of being an official in-stadium reporter of the Carolina Panthers, a professional American football team but before she was an official member she freelanced there.
She is also skilled at video editing as she produced NBC News Sports Pod. She is also good at videography and broadcast-style writing. Some of the awards she has received are the national academy of television arts & sciences ‘heartland Emmy award for technical achievement in June 2016, For outstanding production in sports, in 2013, Cynopsis sports leaderboard award winner for excellence in social media in December 2015, Cynopsis sports leaderboard award winner for social media category.