Rashan Ali Wiki, Age, Parents, Brian Smith

By Oshil Pokhrel | Published On: 07 Jan, 2019
Rashan Ali Wiki, Age, Parents, Brian Smith

Quick Information

Date of Birth June 27, 1973 Age 48 Years 1 Month(s)
Nationality American Profession Journalist, Actress
Marital Status Married Husband/Spouse Brian Smith (M. 2002 - )
Divorced Not Yet Gay/Lesbian No
Net Worth Not Disclosed Ethnicity Mixed
Children/Kids Bailey, Carter (Daughters) Height N/A
Education Florida A&M University Parents Joyce Godfrey (Mother), Buck Godfrey (Father)

American media personality and actress Rashan Ali has contributed a lot to the sports field. She worked as the sports reporter for HOT 107.9 FM and joined NBA TV on Fantasy Insider. She is also a host of one-hour TEGNA's show Sister Circle, which tackles the lifestyles and entertainment news. The show airs daily on TV One and the selective stations around the United States.

In addition to her affiliation in the entertainment industry and journalism work, she is the founder of Sporty Girls Inc. since 2006. Her non-profit organization encourages personal growth and development of the girls between the age of eight to 18.

Rashan Ali Parents; Has Sibling Brother

Sporty Girls Inc. founder Rashan Ali often talks about her parents on her accounts on social media. In April 2011, the Sister Circle host took her Twitter and said that she was glad to spend time with her mother. Further in June 2015, she shared a snapshot with her dad on Instagram and wished him 'Happy Father's Day.' 

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Her father, Buck Godfrey, was a Longtime Southwest DeKalb football coach who received an honor to join GACA banquet in Dalton in May 2014. He is a native South Carolinian who studied at Columbia University and later became the winningest African American coach in the state.

Rashan describes her father as an 'Ultimate Daddy' for her and her sibling brother, Colin. She also learned driving from her legendary coach father as she hated timid drivers. As for Rashan's brother Colin, he was a punter who won three times at Tennessee State.

Two Daughters With Brian Smith

Rashan Ali and her husband Brian Smith are sailing their ride of enthralling relationship since the 1990s. Following their fateful encounter, their first kiss on the stairwell in Coleman Library in 1993 symbolize their strengthening relationship.

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With their profound resolution, the couple exchanged their vows on 3 April 2002. They are enjoying their marital relationship for over 15 years.

Rashan Ali and her husband Brian Smith tied the knot on 3 August 2002 (Photo: Instagram)

Rashan and her husband Brian are proud parents of their two daughters named Bailey and Carter. The couple welcomed their first daughter Bailey on 3 December 2006. And their second daughter Carter joined her elder sister in 2009.

How Much Is Rashan Ali's Net Worth?

Rashan, age 45, accumulates the net worth from her career as a broadcast journalist and film actress. As per Payscale, a sports journalist in the United States earns an average salary of $41,528 per year and their annual income ranges from $24,571 to $79,301. She worked for the Southern Conference Sports Network as the sideline reporter during 2011 football season and joined NBA TV on Fantasy Insider.

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As an actress, Rashan starred in 2007 movie Three Can Play That Game as Monica and 2013 film A Time for Love as Lauren. The Unsung Heroine Award winner is involved in numerous charities and organizations like The National Association of Black Sports Professionals, Pretty Girls Run, Inc., and Atlanta Association of Black Journalists.

Short Bio And Wiki

Rashan Ali was born on 27 June 1973 in the United States of America. The broadcast journalist was at the age 34 when she starred in a romantic comedy film Three Can Play That Game. For her journalism work, Rashan has received several accolades including Unsung Heroine Award and March of Dimes A.I.R. awards.

She received her education from Florida A&M University after securing swimming and academic scholarships. In 1997, Rashan graduated from college with a degree of B.S. in Broadcast Journalism, as per wiki.