Erin Andrews is the true definition of a chip off the old block, but not only did she follow in the footsteps of her six-time Emmy-winning father to become a reporter, but she also chose to make her voice heard as a sports reporter, which is not common among women.
Growing up, Erin Andrews, who was a tomboy, was surrounded by sports. She loved watching NBA games and was a big fan of the Boston Celtics. In addition, female sportscasters such as Hannah Storm, Lesley Visser, Suzy Kolber, and Melissa Stark played an important role in her decision to do sportscasting.
Who is Erin Andrews? Her Age
Most people know Erin Andrews as a television personality, presenter, and sports reporter, but there is more to her than meets the eye. The American TV sensation was born on May 4, 1978, in Lewiston, Maine. Her mother Paula Andrews is a teacher, while her father Steven Andrews is a highly decorated television journalist.
She received her early education at Bloomingdale High School in Valrico, Florida. She was very active in the school and participated in the school’s dance team and student administration. She also studied at the Brandon School of Dance Arts in Seffner, Florida. Despite her participation in dance and other activities at school, Erin loved most to discuss sports with male classmates rather than make female friends.
After high school, she took her education to the next level and earned a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Telecommunications from the University of Florida in 2000. After graduation, Fox Sports Florida gave her a job as a freelance reporter. From 2001 to 2004 she worked for the Sunshine Network and the Turner South Network as a studio presenter and reporter, reporting on the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Thrashers, and Atlanta Hawks.
In April 2004, Erin received one of her previous major assignments with ESPN when she covered the channel’s National Hockey Night. In 2012, she moved from ESPN to Fox Sports and became the first host of the Fox College Football studio show. She later replaced Pam Oliver as a reporter on the sidelines on the station’s NFL broadcast.
She also replaced Brooke Burke-Charvet and later became co-host of the TV dance show Dancing with the Stars on ABC. She has been on the show since 2014. A few years before she became co-host of the show, Erin Andrews was among the candidates for the tenth season, and alongside her dance partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy, she finished third.
Erin Andrews Salary and Net Worth
Although she has not yet received an award, Erin Andrews is one of the most diligent ladies in her field and has an impressive fortune to show for it. Her many years of dedication and regular use of her talent have earned her a net worth of $20 million. She takes home a salary of $2 million a year.
Does She Have A Boyfriend Or Husband?
The stunning sports reporter is hit. She and her professional hockey player Jarret Stoll have been together since December 2012. They looked cute together, and their relationship blossomed when they got engaged in December 2016, and in fast-forward to June 24, 2017, they made it official by getting married. The adorable couple will still have children but live with their golden retriever named Howard.
In early 2017, even before their wedding, Erin revealed that she had already been diagnosed with cervical cancer in September 2016. According to the sports reporter, she received the appropriate treatment, and two operations later, the doctors declared her cancer-free. Although Erin and her husband were in no hurry to marry and have children before their battle with cancer, the announcement led to some changes in their future plans. They are currently using a fertility plan for in vitro fertilization (IVF), just in case of cancer makes a comeback. Apparently, they want to have their own children while they still have the chance.
Height And Body Measurements
Erin Andrews has been voted “America’s sexiest sportscaster” by Playboy magazine for two consecutive years (2007 and 2008) and is without a doubt an eye-catcher. She stands out from the crowd with her stunning looks and fit body. The American athlete is 1.78 m – 5ft 8 in tall and has a perfect weight of 55 kg. Her other body measurements are 36-23-3.