Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary


Kelli Stavast

Kelli Stavast

Kelli Stavast- Biography

Kelli Stavast is an American sports commentator and anchor currently working for NBC sports. She is well-known for her coverage of motorsports events, and she is currently covering the NASCAR and Indycar series. Kelli Stavast is also well-known for her coverage of several Olympic events.

Kelli Stavast- Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Kelli Stavast was born on January 30, 1980, in Colorado, United States, making her 41 years old.

She grew up in a white Christian family in Colorado, but she hasn’t revealed anything about her parents or other family members.

Kelli Stavast- Net Worth & Salary

Kelli Stavast has been a sports commentator for several years and has amassed a great deal of respect and wealth as a result of her work.

She covers a variety of sports and motorsports events for NBC. Her net worth is expected to be around $1.4 million in 2021.

Kelli Stavast
Kelli Stavast posing for a photo. Source: Allstarbio

Facts of Kelli Stavast

Kelli Stavast Biography

Real Name Kelli Stavast
Birth Date 30 January 1980
Age (as of 2021) 41 Years
Birth Place Colorado, United States
Nationality American
Profession Sports Commentator
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Aquarius

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 5” – in Centimeters – 165 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 55 kg  –  in Pounds –  121 lbs
Shoe Size 6 (U.S.)
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Blue
Body Type Slim


Sister Amanda


College Chapman University

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Affair No
Husband Gavin Ernstone

Kelli Stavast- Relationship Status

Kelli is currently a married woman who married Gavin. Kurt Busch, a mutual friend, introduced the couple for the first time.

Much is unknown about her husband’s occupation or background, but it is known that the couple became engaged in 2016 and married in 2018.

She relocated to Las Vegas following her engagement and has remained there ever since. She is also a dog lover, with two beagle puppies named Coco Pup and Cashew Chicken.

Kelli Stavast- Controversy

Kelli recently received a lot of media attention following her interview with NASCAR champion Brandon Brown.

While the crowd in the stadium was chanting curses at Joe Biden, as has been the recent trend, Kelli misinterpreted the chant as “Let’s go Brandon.”

NASCAR removed the video of the interview after discovering the true chants being shouted in the crowd.

Following the incident, Kelli became the focus of all memes and trolls. The chant has now evolved into an anti-Biden chant, mocking the Democrats and the Biden administration.

Kelli Stavast- Professional Career

Kelli began her career as a sports commentator after graduating in 2002. She began her career as a freelance sports reporter for a few years. Kelli then began her broadcasting career as a sports anchor at NBC affiliate KKCO in Colorado.

She worked as a pit reporter for sports news outlets such as Speed and ESPN, where she covered various motorsports events. She also covered the Grand-Am, American Le Mans Series (now unified as IMSA), Stadium Super Truck series, and Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing series.

Kelli began covering NASCAR as a pit reporter for NBC in 2015. She was one of four pit reporters for NBC’s coverage of NASCAR and the Xfinity series, and she joined the broadcast team alongside Dave Burns and Mike Massaro.

She covered diving at the 2016 Rio Olympics and freestyle skiing at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, while working for NBC.

Kelli Stavast- Social Media Status

Kelli is very active on social media, and she currently has 4705 followers on her Instagram account.

She frequently shares photos of herself with friends and coworkers and posts about her work experiences.

She has also had a Twitter account since 2012, with 10.1k followers.

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Quick Facts of Kelli Stavast

  • She describes herself as a foodie and a wine connoisseur.
  • Kelli has stated that she initially covered any sport or event that was brought to her attention, including tennis, boxing, football, and baseball.
  • Her first Motorsport coverage was for SPEED, and it was the Championship of Off-Road Racing.
  • In the 2005 show Drive, she played a reporter.
  • In 2002, she also appeared as a reporter on the show Road Trip to the Auto Shows.