Quick facts
Birth date 27 Jul, 1972
Age 47 yrs
Occupations Journalist
Sports commentator
Citizenship United States of America
Birth place Conyers
Residence Beverly Hills
Education University of Miami
Gender Female
Description American sportscaster with Fox Sports

Jill Arrington happens to be a news reporter for sports for the KCBS/KCAL in the state of California in the city of Los Angeles. She was previously employed in the role of a sports anchor for the famous Fox Sports 1 channel and also Fox Sports Net for a total period of 5 years after spending a long time as the sideline reporter for college football for ESPN channel for the season of 2004.

Personal Life

Born in the year of 1972 on the 27th of July, Jill was born Tiffany Arrington in Georgia in Conyers in the United States of America. She is of North American Ancestry. She was born to mother Mary Jane Odum and father Rick Arrington. Jill’s father formerly a quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. She also has an older sister by the name of Heather Joy Arrington.

Jill completed her graduation from the famed university of Miami. She is a major in the degree of journalism and also political science. While she was studying in the university, Jill was a player for the tennis team of the Miami University. She was also selected as the princess at the Orange Bowl for the University of Miami.


Jill began her career immediately after completing her graduation from the university of Miami. She previously worked as the producer for an entertainment show which was aired nationally called the Main Floor. She worked for Main Floor for a period of 5 years and later on went on to become a producer for Real tv of Paramount studious for a period of about 1 year.

Jill later on secured an employment for the Fox Sports while being employed as a sideline reporter while giving live coverage of women’s tennis for Fox NFL on Sundays. She was also the co host on Fox’s NFL show Under the Helmet and later for Arena Football League.

Jill was later employed by CBS sports as the sideline reporter in lead. Jill later moved on to ESPN for a period of 1 year where she covered the college football series. She then took a break in her career to take care of her recently born child and then made a comeback to Fox Sports in the year of 2010. She has also hosted Totally Nascar and also Version NFL Updates for mobile. She is now an anchor on KSBS/KCAL9 and is on popular demand by her employers.

Last Modified: Feb 7, 2020

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