At 37 years old, Katie Nolan has this physical status:
Katherine Beth Nolan (born January 28, 1987) is an American sports actress and television host on ESPN.
Always Late with Katie Nolan on ESPN2 as well as a weekly ESPN show called Sports? Katie Nolan is the star of a television show Theme With Katie Nolan.
Katie Nolan of Fox Sports hosted Garbage Time with Katie Nolan.
She received a Sports Emmy Award in 2016 for Garbage Time, and was nominated for another in 2019 for Keeping Late.
Nolan was born in Framingham, Massachusetts. Nolan also received the gold medal in rhythmic gymnastics at the Junior Olympics in 1997, at the age of 10. She graduated from Framingham High School in 2005 and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations with a minor in Dance from Hofstra University in 2009.
Nolan founded Bitches Can't Hang, a blog that focused on pop culture and news while bartending in Boston at the White Horse Tavern in 2011. Nolan started working with Guyism, a Fox Sports Yardbarker network, where she created and hosted the YouTube series Guyism Speed Round. In her videos, she delivered a monologue of comedic and sarcastic one-liners, reminiscent of Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update. In an interview with GQ in 2018, Nolan expressed regret for how Bitches Can't Hang and her "being concerned about women" began her career.
Nolan joined Fox Sports 1 in August 2013 as a digital reporter for Crowd Goes Wild, a sports-entertainment talk show hosted by Regis Philbin. Katie Nolan appeared on FoxSports.com's No Filter web series. The New York Times picked up a video remarking the Ray Rice domestic violence case in September 2014 and was lauded in several media outlets. On a January 2015 episode of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, Nolan appeared as a panelist.
Nolan was formerly the host of the Fox Sports 1 show Garbage Time with Katie Nolan, which premiered on March 15, 2015. Deadspin praised Nolan's piece on April 12, 2015, criticizing the blog post "How to Land a husband at the Masters," which appeared on a fellow Fox reporter's blog. On May 10, 2016, Garbage Time received a Sports Emmy Award for its "Outstanding Social TV Experience."
Nolan began hosting NFL Films Presents in September 2016, which is also on Fox Sports 1. Nolan was chosen as the new host by both NFL and Fox Sports 1, who made the decision jointly.
Garbage Time would either be redesigned from its current appearance, or Fox Sports will find a new hosting platform for Nolan on February 23, 2017. Nolan left Fox Sports in September 2017 after seven months without a show.
ESPN announced the recruitment of Nolan, who will appear in ESPN studio programming and have a digital presence on October 4, 2017. She made her debut on ESPN's Highly Questionable on October 19, 2017, and she has since appeared on the sister radio show The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz. She has stated that she likes going on Extreme Questionable.
Nolan would debut a podcast with ESPN in January rather than a digital show later this year, which was revealed in early November 2017. She debuted on Snapchat in November as one of the hosts of SportsCenter.
Sports is Nolan's most popular podcast in 2018. Katie Nolan and the 2020 show was turned into a biweekly preview. Katie Nolan's ESPN+ series Always Late With Katie Nolan premiered in September 2018; a 'best of the year' episode aired on ABC's main ABC network on December 30, 2018. The show migrated to ESPN2 and the ESPN app in 2019, with Nolan claiming that she and her staff could post more show clips on social media as a result of ESPN+'s restricted access to ESPN+ restricted the amount of the service, which may be posted to free venues.
In 2020, All Late was cancelled. Nolan resigned from ESPN on September 29, 2021.
Nolan joined United Airlines in December 2015 for "Big Metal Bird," which describes some of United Airlines' inner workings. On December 15, 2015, the premiere episode premiered and demonstrated how United's baggage handling system works. United's future episodes are intended to address customer feedback that has been collected.
Nolan has appeared in three episodes of Drunk History on Comedy Central's Drunk History. She narrated Theodore Roosevelt's drive for rule reforms in football in the early 1900s on October 18, 2016. Gloria Steinem, a feminist icon, narrated the tale on February 13, 2018. On January 30, 2019, she discussed the Black Sox Scandal surrounding the 1919 World Series's restoration.
On the November 7, 2018 episode of Always Late, Nolan is also the former Guinness World Record holder for most donuts stacked in a tower while blindfolded (seven).
She appeared in the 2022 Winter Olympics, which began on February 3, 2022, and she appeared on NBC Olympics in time for the 2022 Winter Olympics, which opened on February 3, 2022.
Nolan joined Apple TV's Friday Night Baseball in April 2022, and he joined the broadcast team.