Cristy Lee should be a familiar face to you, considering she’s been involved with a huge range of commercials and TV shows. Most popularly noticed from her time as a co-host on All Girls Garage, she’s also appeared on Motor Trend’s Garage Squad, has done extensive work with Barrett-Jackson, and has worked on a number of other project. There’s no doubt she’s had a successful automotive career so far.
She’s pretty much got it all: Beauty, brains, and an insane work ethic. Taking a look at her career, which we’ll do below, is only proof of this. She’s shown that she’s an extremely positive role model for all women out there, so I think it’s time she gets a little credit for all that she’s done. Let’s learn a little bit more about the automotive show host and social media celeb.
Cristy Lee’s Career
The only thing that Cristy loves more than cars is motorcycles. She was engrained in the culture at the young age of three, when her father used to take her on rides on his dirt bike. Born and raised in Daytona Beach, Florida, Cristy grew up eyeballing the different sports cars at her father’s mechanic shop. However, it was after she graduated college and moved away from Florida that she started to really started to find her motorsports passions and grow her career.
Lee made the big move to Detroit, where she landed a job as a dancer for the Detroit Pistons dance team, Automotion. She held a few dancing positions before transitioning into narrating for Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep.
Shortly after this stint, she moved more into reporting and worked on-air as a DJ and traffic reporter for 101.1 WRIF FM Radio, and also did some work for the Detroit Red Wings on game days. When she finally decided to make another move to Michigan, she switched gears and began to put more focus into her motorcycle passion.
After the move, she was commonly found in her garage wrenching on her bikes, and spent a significant amount of time out on the race tracks. She began working for AMA Pro Racing and made a variety of online content that covered the American Motorcycle Road Racing series. With all the experience she gained in front of the camera, this essentially kickstarted her television show career. Over the years, she’s attended just about every auto show in North America, and she’s been featured on countless automotive programs.
Some of her include reporting for NBC Sports and ESPN, as well as landing gigs covering X-Games, Grand Prix, Motoamerica, Monster Jam, and various off-road events. To simplify Cristy’s resume, she’s pretty much been involved with everything.
Believe it or not, Cristy has a side job in real estate when she’s not busy being a motorcycle and car enthusiast. She started back in the early 2000s, but took a break during the mess in 2008. Today, she still dabbles in it. On top of that, she fits in time for modeling as well. I can assure you, even in 2020, she’s still just as driven as ever.
If you want to follow what Cristy Lee is up to, you can check out her Instagram, @Cristylee09, or go straight to her website, Cristylee.tv. I love seeing high-spirited women like this follow their passions and find success. Keep an eye on the TV, because you never know what program she’ll show up on next.