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Sarah X Dylan was born on 9 October, 1980 in United States. Discover Sarah X Dylan's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?
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Sarah X Dylan Net Worth
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Dylan lives in Southeast Portland, Oregon, ("practically neighbors with Rick and Greg"). Whenever she made reference to someone she was dating, an alias was used to preserve their identity, such as "Raúl", "The Cab Driver", or "The Comedian" while working on The Rick Emerson Show, but she has become more candid in naming names on Funemployment Radio podcasts and archive. On October 9, 2016, Sarah admitted that her first word as a child was “fries” in reference to her intense love of food that comes out of cardboard containers.
On a September 2013 show, Dylan claimed the "Dylan" in her name comes from her favorite Beverly Hills 90210 character Dylan McKay, portrayed by Luke Perry.
In early 2011, Dylan and Nibler were approached by the Portland Trail Blazers to host an online TV show that showcases the culture of Portland as well as the place the Trail Blazers have in the community. The new show was named Sportlandia, a portmanteau of "Sports" and Portlandia (a common nickname for the Portland Metro, as well as a TV show about the city). Sportlandia originally aired each Friday at 4 pm, and at present airs at 12 pm Fridays. They would also broadcast a recap after each play-off game, during the NBA Playoffs.
In early 2009, Dylan partnered with Lisa Wood to host The Punk Show on Sunday nights on KUFO. This coincided with a format adjustment of KCMD, which moved Emerson's show to morning on KUFO. The Punk Show was cancelled in August, and The Rick Emerson Show was cancelled in October 2009.
In March 2008, she was half of a duo that performed the ObamaRama song "If You Like Barack". A parody of Rupert Holmes' "Escape", it spoofed the media's infatuation with grassroots songs promoting 2008 presidential candidates. Instead, some in the media mistook it for a legitimate rally of support and it received airplay, including on the Air America Radio network's Thom Hartmann show on April 2.
She performed in the now-disbanded Tim Riley Factor, composed of various friends and members of The Rick Emerson Show. They performed original songs, including "Gene Simmons (took my girlfriend away)", which was later included on The Wonderstrucks' 2007 album "An American Education".
She is featured in the 2007 music video for the song "And It Becomes You" by the band Nicodemus.
Known to The Rick Emerson Show audience as the most social of the cast, she earned the 2007 Barfly Magazine award for "Best Drunk"'. Despite the radio show's local cult following, Dylan lost in the previous year's "Most likely to be famous" category.
Dylan is also typically found racing in the annual Portland Adult Soap Box Derby, where she and her teammates raced an extravagantly gaudy Popemobile, while dressed up as nuns, in 2007. This year, the vehicle was designed as a parade float, with Dylan and friends dressed up as bloody beauty queens.
In early 2006, Emerson announced a deal to bring his show back to the air. During the teaser video, Emerson walks past Dylan, sleeping on a bench, and tapping Tim Riley on the shoulder bringing the triumvirate back together, on KCMD. Initially, both KOIN and KCMD shared a building, and she had several hours between shows; however over time, the stress of both shows, along with a management change at KOIN caused her to rethink her decisions. In September 2006, she left KOIN and began working exclusively for The Rick Emerson Show.
In April 2005, Dylan accepted a position to join the morning news on the local CBS affiliate KOIN as the morning traffic reporter. As a result, she quit the show on KNRK, with a strong desire to remain on Emerson's show. As a punitive measure, Entercom fired her from Emerson's show. It ended up being a moot point, as less than one week after her last show, KOTK became an oldies station, taking The Rick Emerson Show off the air. Dylan quickly became a vital member of the KOIN Morning News, and stayed with the show until late 2006.
Dylan was born to a naval family and spent some time in Spain as a child. As a teenager, she lived in Oak Harbor, Washington while her father was stationed at NAS Whidbey Island, and attended Oak Harbor High School. Her sophomore year, her family moved to Bremerton, Washington where she graduated from high school in 1998. She graduated from Washington State University in Pullman, Washington in 2002, with a bachelor's degree in communications.
Sarah X Dylan (born October 9, 1980) is an American Internet radio host, Internet television host, and former radio producer and talk show co-host. Formerly of The Rick Emerson Show and KOIN-TV, and current co-host of Funemployment Radio, and is based in Portland, Oregon. Her name is a stage name.