This stunning former Miss USA (1999) beauty is one of the most recognized and sought after TV personalities in the pageant’s history.
Since 1999, Kimberly Pressler has graced television screens across the globe as a Sports Reporter and Television Host. She has also been featured in People Magazine, TIME and was voted one of STUFF Magazine’s 101 Sexiest Women in the World. Her vibrant and adventurous nature has landed her gigs throughout the world for ESPN, FOX SPORTS, ABC, MTV, NBC and the SPEED network. Her work can be viewed in over 120 countries!
After Kimberly’s reign as Miss USA was complete, this Franklinville, NY native and former Dept. of Energy Nuclear Plant employee, spent 2 years at MTV hosting shows including "Senseless Acts of Videos", "Fast and Famous" and "Becoming" before moving to NBC in 2003 to host “Adrenaline X”.
In 2005, Pressler began serving as sideline reporter for ESPN’s "WPSA ATV Championships" and SPEED Channel’s "WPSA Snowcross Championships". In 2006, Kimberly expanded her reach and went worldwide with her talents hosting the "Red Bull X Fighters" series for 3 seasons (2006-2008). She traveled throughout the world hosting the LIVE freestyle motocross competition that routinely brought in crowds of 40,000 fans. In addition to these 3 shows running back to back, Kimberly was ecstatic to sign on as the new pit reporter for ESPN’s and ABC’s live coverage of the “Summer & Winter X Games” and in 2008, Kimberly had the honor to be the only female pit reporter to take part in all 3 X Games events held in the US starting with the "Winter X Games" in Aspen, Colorado, "NAVY Moto X Championships" in San Diego, California and again for the "Summer X Games" in Los Angeles. Kimberly pit reported for X Games until her maternity leave at the end of 2008.
In 2009, Kimberly became the proud mother of a beautiful baby girl and after a short maternity leave she jumped right back into television, hosting the “ACIS Fitness National Championships” for FOX College Sports, hosted and pit reported on the “Traxxas TORC Truck Racing” series (ABC & ESPN) and the U.S. stop of the “Red Bull X Fighters” series.
Since 2010, Kimberly has been the lane side reporter covering the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) now on FOX and FS1. The 2019 season marks the 60th consecutive year of the nationally-televised competition and the 10th for Kimberly covering the international sport.
Additionally, in 2018 & 2019 Kimberly was the event sideline reporter for the HISTORY channel's unprecedented 3-hour live television event "Evel Live" and "Evel Live 2" where jaws dropped as motorcycle daredevils attempted to cheat death and make history on HISTORY.