Carrlyn Bathe Hammer

Carrlyn Bathe, a versatile American professional, excels in various roles as a TV anchor, host, producer, actress, and media reporter. Notably, she etched her name in history as the pioneer female broadcaster in the EA Sports NHL franchise. Currently, Carrlyn serves as a TV reporter at Bally Sports West, covering Southern California and San Diego.

Renowned for her work on projects such as “Making of the LA Kings Ice Crew Calendar” (2015), “God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness” (2018), and the “2021 Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards” (2021), Carrlyn Bathe is a well-known figure in the media industry.

Despite her widespread internet presence, Carrlyn Bathe lacks a dedicated Wikipedia page, leaving many intrigued about her biography and personal life. Raised in Scarborough, USA, Carrlyn’s father, Frank Bathe, was a player for the Philadelphia Flyers, Detroit Red Wings, and the Maine Mariners. Although she grew up with four siblings, their names remain undisclosed.

Details regarding Carrlyn’s birthdate, age, and zodiac sign are not publicly disclosed, but she appears to be in her mid-30s. With American nationality and Caucasian ethnicity, Carrlyn follows the Christian religion.

Standing at approximately 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighing around 130 lbs, Carrlyn pursued her education at Los Angeles Pierce College, earning an Associate’s degree in Broadcast Journalism in 2016 after joining in 2013.

Carrlyn Bathe is happily married to her husband, Mike Hammer, a hockey player, since their wedding on October 10, 2020. The couple frequently shares glimpses of their life on social media, commemorating their second anniversary with a sweet wedding photo. As of now, Carrlyn and Mike do not have children.

Carrlyn Bathe’s estimated net worth is around $600 thousand, garnered through her career as an actress, reporter, and host. Beginning her journey in the media industry in 2013, Carrlyn has earned a substantial salary owing to her experience and skills.

Commencing her career with the Los Angeles Kings, Carrlyn served as a Producer and Host for Kings Vision. Later, she joined Fox Sports West, Prime Ticket, and Fox Sports San Diego, contributing as a Special Features Host. In 2016, Carrlyn joined Fox Sports, serving as a Host/Content Creator for a year.

Her breakthrough occurred in 2017 when she joined Bally Sports West, SoCal & San Diego as a TV and Digital Host and Reporter. Remarkably, Carrlyn also holds the distinction of being the First Female Broadcaster voice in the EA Sports NHL franchise at EA Sports.