Clay Travis Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Fox Sports

Clay Travis
Clay Travis

Clay Travis Biography

Clay Travis is widely known for being the founder of Outkick, a media personality, television analyst. Sports journalist, lawyer, author, and political commentator. He works for nationwide Fox Sports Radio as the morning radio show host. And makes appearances on a gambling show, Fox Bet Live.

Clay Travis Age

Travis was born in Nashville, Tennessee, the United States on April 6, 1979. He is 43 years old.

Clay Travis Height

He stands at a height of 6 ft/1.88m tall.

Clay Travis Family

Travis despite being a well-known person, has managed to hide details on his parents and siblings.

Clay Travis Wife

Travis is a happly married man to Lara Travis, who was a Tennessee Titans cheerleader. They’ve been together for 15 years and have three kids.

Clay Travis Children

He and Lara have three kids, their names, date of birth and other details on the kids have been kept away from the limelight.

Clay Travis Salary

Travis annually receives a salary ranging between $20 thousand – $100 thousand, according to Fox Sports hosts salaries.

Clay Travis Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth is $6 million.

Clay Travis Career

Travis is widely known for being the founder of Outkick, a media personality, television. Analyst, sports journalist, lawyer, author, and political commentator.  He works on The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show, a three-hour weekday conservative talk show.

As hosts together with Buck Sexton, the show was started as the replacement of The Rush Limbaugh Show. On many radio stations which debuted on June 21, 2021, also. At first, Travis worked in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Tennessee as a lawyer.

He began his work at CBS Sports in September 2005 by writing online.  The first year was not paid, then he dropped off his law practice for good in 2006. Then he started authoring a book while still writing for CBS, titled Dixieland Delight.

Travis started working at Deadspin as a writer and editor, then worked at FanHouse as a national columnist, after leaving CBS.