Clay Travis is as popular as many American athletes but is not a professional athlete himself. Instead, he talks about sports and is very good at what he does in his own space. Travis is recognized as an American sports journalist, sports television analyst, sports radio presenter, and writer. Here is more about his wife, his children, and his fortune, about which not much has been written yet.
Clay Travis Bio
According to records, his birth was registered on April 6, 1979, in Nashville, Tennessee. The names of his parents were not determined at that time, nor was it disclosed whether he had any siblings or not.
However, we do know that Clay Travis attended Martin Luther King Magnet at Pearl High School and graduated in 1997. He then began studying history at George Washington University, graduating in 2001. From there he continued his education at Vanderbilt University Law School and graduated in 2004.
Travis began his career as a lawyer in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Tennessee. In his day, he also had a personal blog, which he used after his 50-day “pudding strike” because he couldn’t follow the NFL games on the island. His blog post about his sad experience spread like wildfire. As a result, CBS offered him a job as a sportswriter in 2005. He spent some time with them before leaving CBS to become a writer and editor at Deadspin and later a national columnist at FanHouse.
Clay Travis also worked at Outkickthecoverage.com, one of the most visited college football websites at the time, he also worked at D1 Sports and later became the host of a radio sports show called 3HL on Nashville’s 104.5 The Zone with Brent Dougherty and Blaine Bishop.
After receiving an offer from Fox Sports, Clay joined the FOX media giant as host of the weekly college football Saturday audition show. With Fox Sports, he has since become a major brand as a sports journalist, and there are signs that he has even bigger and better things ahead.
His credits include books such as Dixieland Delight: A Soccer Season on the Road at the Southeastern Conference, Man: The Book Citadel, which he wrote in 2008, On Rocky Top: A Front-Row Seat to the End of an Era, which was published in 2009, and 2018’s Republican’s Buy Sneakers Too: How the Left Is Ruining Sports with Politics.
In 2015, he signed an expanded contract with Fox Sports, integrating his Outkick the Coverage website into the Fox Sports website. In addition, Clay Travis launched a weekly television show and a radio show with Fox Sports Radio in 2016. Currently, we have learned that the radio show has been extended for several more years on FOX.
Family – Wife (Lara Travis) and Children
Clay Travis is happily married to Lara Travis, with whom he has three children. Lara is, as far as we can tell, of American nationality and white ethnicity. She has a master’s degree in leadership and counseling and is from Michigan. It is said that Lara was the Tennessee Titans cheerleader who met the couple at Vanderbilt.
Clay and Lara have been happily married for years, and there are no rumors that their union is not as pleasant as we see it from the outside. As far as we know, neither of them was involved in an extramarital affair, they were faithful to each other. We wish them well and hope that they will be man and wife for a long, long time.
As already mentioned, the connection between Clay and Lara Travis has led to the birth of three children, all of the boys.
Net Worth – How Rich Is He?
Apart from the fact that Clay Travis is as popular as most top athletes in the United States of America, it is only normal to wonder if he is as rich as they are. Although he is not as rich as the big boys in any of the sports practiced in America, with net assets of about $3 million, Clay still enjoys respect.