|Full Name||Allie Laforce|
|Birth Name||Alexandra Leigh "Allie" LaForce|
|Profession||Journalist, News anchor for T.V, Sports Journalist, Model|
|Birth City||Vermilion, Ohio, United States|
|Awards||Emmy Award for anchoring in Fox 8's Friday Night Touchdown. Allie Laforce Bio|
|Education||Majored in Broadcast Journalism|
Allie was born in the beautiful town of Vermilion, Ohio in the United States of America. She spent most of her childhood in this town. She went to high school in Ohio while also simultaneously winning the Miss Ohio Teen title. It was her second attempt at the title.
After this, she won Miss Teen U.S.A in 2005 just like her mother did back in 1997. She won many prizes including a one-year contract with Trump Modeling Management. In addition to these rewards, she also won a cameo role in the soap opera Passions.
Likewise, Allie also made appearances in different schools promoting awareness about drugs and alcohol. Born to mother Lesa Laforce and father Wade Laforce she got married in 2015.
She is a Caucasian and an American by birth.
Allie Laforce was born on December 11, 1988, which makes her 29 years old as of 2018. According to her birthday, she is a Saggitarius. She displays traits similar to those of a Saggitarius.
Alie is taller than the average woman, standing at 5 feet 8 inches tall. She has a perfect height for a model. She weighs in at around 55 kg which is considered skinny.
Laforce has a body measurement of 34-23.5-35, which is a perfect body shape. She has an hourglass figure that is very hard to get.
She has blonde hair and green eyes. Likewise, she has a white tone to her face. She is described as a beauty queen by some.
Alie started her career by playing college basketball at Ohio State University. She played 5 games in her freshman year. She majored in the degree for broadcast journalism.
During the 2010 Mid-American Conference’s football season, the 2011 MAC men’s basketball tournament, and 2011 OHSAA basketball championships she worked as a sideline reporter for Sportstime Ohio.
Again, after this, she joined the Cleveland affiliate for Fox called WJW Channel 8 for more sports-related reporting and anchoring.
In 2014, she replaced CBS news’s sideline reporter Troy Wolfson as their sideline reporter on SEC. She has also worked in Fox where Jackie Ibanez also works.
She also worked for NBA TV as their sideline reporter during the NBA summer league. Then, she left CBS in June 2018 when a new deal couldn’t be agreed between the two sides.
Information regarding her career earnings from her journalism and anchoring jobs have never been made public. Consequently, her net worth is also hard to calculate. However, some tabloids have said her net worth is around $2 million and her salary is $200 thousand per year.
Her husband’s net worth is $3 million earned from a career of baseball.
Allie is a beauty queen and anyone would be lucky to have her as his wife. She settled down in 2015 with Houston Astros pitcher Joe Smith.
Joe is a professional baseball player and has played for teams such as New York Mets, Cleveland Indians, and Los Angeles Angels.