Sage Marie Steele was born November 28, 1972 in the Panama Canal Zone. Mother Mona Steele, father, Gary Steele, in the 1960s, was one of the first African-Americans who played football at West Point. In addition to the African-American roots, she also has Irish and Italian descent. Sage has two brothers, Courtney and Chad.
In the early years Sage often had to move with her parents, she spent part of his childhood in Greece and Belgium. Then her parents came back to the United States, and settled in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where Sage was attending Thomas B. Doherty High School. However, she couldn’t complete her education in Colorado Springs, since after 3 years living in Colorado Springs, her family moved again, this time in the Carmel, Indiana. In Carmel, Steele finished in 1991, Carmel High School.
Immediately after the graduating the School, Sage entered the Indiana University Bloomington, and successfully graduated it in 1995 with a bachelor's degree in sports communication.
Her first job Sage Steele got on WSBT-TV in South Bend, Indiana. In this CBS affiliate, she has worked as a reporter and news producer from 1995 to 1997. Then she was invited as an anchor of morning sports news in another CBS affiliate, WISH-TV in Indianapolis, Indiana, where she has worked for one year.
After retiring from WISH-TV, from 1998 to 2001, Steele has continued her career of sports reporter at the ABC affiliate WFTS in Tampa. In addition to the WISH-TV, she worked in a Fox Sports Florida, covering Florida sporting events and news of local football teams.
In 2001 she moved to the state of Maryland, where she has worked at Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic in Bethesda to 2007. On this channel, she worked as a reporter and an anchor a night sports TV program SportsNite. While she was working on Comcast SportsNet, Sage worked as the reporter for the Baltimore Ravens.
In 2004, she received a job offer from ESPN, but she had to reject it because of her pregnancy. Sage approved this proposal only in 2007, when she finally left the Comcast SportsNet and devoted herself to the coverage of events NBA.
Working on ESPN, Sage Steele has become one of the most colorful and vibrant reporters. She hosts the Friday and Sunday editions of NBA Countdown, and also the co-hosts of ESPN's nightly news program «SportsCenter». At the same channel, Sage also conducts daily news SportsCenter, illuminating interviews with the teams after the games.
At this time, Steele is an experienced anchor of sport news, and deservedly has a salary of 400 thousand dollars and net worth 1.5 million dollars.
Sage is quite high and slender woman (1.8 meters), with body measurements of 32-24-32 inches, it allows her to wear tight and seductive dresses. Often she wears short dresses that accentuate her long legs and sexy figure.
Sage Steele is a married woman, her husband, Jonathan Bailey, made a proposal to her in 1999, and God blessed their marriage with three charming children.
She is a quite popular person on Twitter, it is proved by a great number of her readers (148,000), and the latest news about her you can find on her page in Facebook and Instagram.