Michelle Beisner

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Michelle Beisner (born October 15, 1976) is a host and field reporter for NFL Network. She is the host of NFL Weekly Countdown, and serves as a field reporter for NFL Total Access and NFL GameDay Morning. She’s also the host of "NFL Network Now", a news program on NFL Network. She has been a reporter and has worked on "NFL Quarterback Challenge", and the "Total Access On Location" pre-game show at the Super Bowl.[1] Beisner also served as host of NFL.com Fantasy LIVE alongside Michael Fabiano, Adam Rank and Dave Dameshek.

Career[edit]

Beisner was a recent co-host of "The Russo and Steele Automotive Auctions" on ESPN. Prior to her work with NFL Network, Beisner served a pit reporter for the Champ Car World Series on ESPN, host of "The Turbo Tour", on the Speed Channel, worked as a feature/field reporter for "The Best Damn Sports Show", host of the “Grand Prix” of Denver, co-host of "The Vista" on Altitude Network, and entertainment emcee for the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, and the Colorado Mammoth. She has worked in various reporting capacities for Fox Sports Net, Comcast, Speed Channel, ESPN, CBS, NBC and ABC. She has interviewed many sports figures.

Beisner has also acted in the feature films, Any Given Sunday, and Throttle, and Alice and Wasteland.[2]

Before working in film and television, Beisner had fifteen years of dance training, and was a member of The Denver Broncos Cheerleaders.[3] She served 6 years, 4 as a captain. Beisner was the Pro Bowl representative in 1999, and traveled to such places like Canada, South America, Hong Kong, and Australia, performing and teaching dance. Beisner was part of the USO tour in Iraq and Africa, where she emceed and danced for the American troops. Beisner also co-created, produced, sang/danced, and starred in "Dollhouse Revue", a Denver-based burlesque show featuring former Broncos cheerleaders.[4]

Personal life[edit]

She married Fox Sports announcer Joe Buck on April 14, 2014.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NFL Network features more than 55 hours of live Super Bowl coverage". Nfl.com. 2009-01-26. Retrieved 2010-07-26. 
  2. ^ "Michelle Beisner", IMDb
  3. ^ Posted by SpiritGirl (2009-07-28). "Rocky Mountain Spirit: Where are they Now? - Michelle Beisner". Rockymountainspirit.blogspot.com. Retrieved 2010-07-26. 
  4. ^ "Girls Gone Wild". 5280, The Denver Magazine. 2005-01-26. Retrieved 2012-01-28. 
  5. ^ "FOX Sports’ Joe Buck Marries NFL Network’s Michelle Beisner". nesn.com. Retrieved April 14, 2014. 

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