With more than two decades in radio sports broadcasting, Amy Lawrence’s net worth grew significantly.
Since 2013, the New Hampshire native has been working for CBS Sports Radio and hosts her show After Hours with Amy Lawrence from 2:00 AM to 6:00 AM.
The veteran and pioneer of sports radio and television previously worked for ESPN Radio for nine years.
In 2015, Talkers Magazine honored her as one of The 100 Most Important Sports Talk Radio Hosts; she was the only female on the list.
Born on April 7, 1973, Amy made highlights after she announced her engagement and wedding plans in 2023 at 50.
With that, the sports radio host got flooding queries about her husband and details on her wedding, which she answered via her blogs and “Ask Me Anything” sessions.
While Lawrence has been keeping the details about her spouse & her relationships low-key, fans are hopeful to get answers in the coming days.
Amy Lawrence Net Worth: What Is The Salary Of The Sports Radio Host?
As of 2024, Amy Lawrence, 50, has an estimated net worth of $400K, thanks to her radio broadcasting career.
She started at radio in the early 2000s, and it’s been a progressive journey of more than two decades. Even if the Concord, New Hampshire-born is yet to reveal her salary, it is allegedly in the hefty 5-digit figure (i.e., tens of thousands of dollars).
The average payroll for a sports radio host could range between $33,000 to $60,000 per year.
Given her notable experience and her radio show, “After Hours with Amy Lawrence” (since 2013), she probably got her hands on a considerable sum of money.
While Lawrence’s net worth rose significantly with her own CBS radio show, her stint on ESPN Radio played another important role.
She worked for ESPN Radio for nine years, from 2004 to 2013, before the calling from CBS.
Throughout her road to prominence, Amy made local radio stops in Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Syracuse, Rochester, and Oklahoma City.
In these experiences, the only common thing was that she was the only (also the first) female sports talk radio host.
Moreover, for six seasons (2008-14), Amy served as the voice of the University of Hartford women’s basketball.
She is a graduate of Messiah College with a bachelor’s degree in communications and accounting. Then, she obtained her master’s in television and radio from Syracuse University.
Amy Lawrence’s Husband And Wedding Details
In 2023, the ‘After Hours with Amy Lawrence’ host looked to settle down at 50.
Having barred relationship or dating talks in the past, Amy announced her engagement in August 2023 and teased fans via her Twitter (now X) post.
The sports radio veteran then got loads of queries about her husband-to-be and her wedding plans (for the December 2023 wedding).
After her engagement, over the past few months (Sept. through December), aside from her radio show, she got occupied answering fan queries.
Even more, she specifically dedicated her blogs and ‘Ask Me Anything’ sessions to her wedding.
In the video titled “Ask Amy Walks Down the Aisle!” on her CBS radio show-dedicated YouTube channel, she referred to her future husband as Bob while keeping his real identity under wraps.
Amy further opened up about her wedding; it was set for Sunday, a few days before Christmas, on a ranch in Texas, which consists of a Chapel.
In the video, she stated that the intimate wedding would have only 50 guests in her presence, including family & close friends.
While Amy kept most of the details under wraps, she said that her husband’s family is Czechoslovakian, and he works as a logistics in the oil and gas industry.
They plan to go to Hawaii for their honeymoon in the springtime; it was one of their bucket list destinations they made during the first month of their relationship.
What Are Lawrence’s Future Plans?
To many queries, if she is changing her name, Amy said that she would keep using her maiden name, “Lawrence,” professionally but would legally take her husband’s name.
Moreover, the radio host, who lives in New Jersey, stated that she would move with her spouse after marriage but didn’t confirm the place.
Since she said her husband is a Texas man, fans allege the duo would likely move there.
When asked if Amy was willing to give up radio for her husband, she answered a “No” and further stated ‘because he loves her and understands her, he would never make that request.’
Moreover, she referred to her beau as “absolutely worth the wait!”