- Date of Birth
- Famous Name
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Andrew David Siciliano
- Birth Place Virginia, U.S.
- Famous Name Andrew Siciliano
- Net Worth $10 million
- Salary $500 thousand
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Profession anchor, reporter and radio broadcaster
- Currently Working For DirecTV, NFL Network, and NBC
- University attended Syracuse University
- School attended South Lakes High School
Andrew David Siciliano, Known as Andrew Siciliano, is an American sports television anchor and reporter. He is also a radio broadcaster and is best known as the host for the NFL Sunday Ticket Red Zone, airing on DirecTV's Red Zone Channel (#703 on DirecTV). Additionally, Siciliano also serves as a host for NFL Total Access on the NFL Network.
The resident of United States, Andrew Siciliano, reportedly earns around $500 thousand, as his yearly salary from the network, and as of 2018, he reportedly has an estimated net worth of over $10 million. Reportedly, there aren't any rumors about his marital status.
Andrew Siciliano Early Life and Educational History
Andrew Siciliano was born on 1974 in Virginia, the U.S. He holds an American nationality and belongs to White ethnic group. Andrew is currently 43 years of age and was raised by his parents in Virginia, United States. However, the exact details about his parents and siblings are not surfaced in the media yet.
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Exploring his education background, Andrew studied at the South Lakes High School and later at the University of Syracuse. In addition, the details about his field of study are not in media yet.
Andrew Siciliano Net worth and Salary
The American sportscaster/anchor Andrew Siciliano has an estimated net worth of $10 million similar to Mel Kiper Jr. As of 2019, the reporter receives an annual salary of $500 thousand or more from his successful reporting career with DirecTV, NFL Network, and NBC.
In conclusion, Siciliano is working in the field of the sports industry since long and with all the experiences and skills, he has managed to gather whopping net worth from the income that he has collected from his career.
Andrew Siciliano Professional Career
After his academic career, Andrew took on a dual role as an anchor and reporter at the WMAQ-670 AM in Chicago, Illinois. In 1999, Siciliano hosted the post-game talk show of the Chicago Bears for the now-defunct WMAQ.
Andrew joined Fox Sports Radio in 2000 in Los Angeles. He was co-host of The Tony Bruno Morning Extravaganza and played a variety of anchor roles. Later he moved to host the Game Time Live weekend program with Krystal Fernandez.
In January 2011, Andrew was replaced by Max Kellerman at ESPN affiliate 710 AM( KSPN), where he hosted LA Sports Live along with Mychal Thompson. Currently, he is best known as the host for the NFL Sunday Ticket Red Zone, airing on DirecTV's Red Zone Channel (#703 on DirecTV).
Andrew Siciliano Personal Life
In contrast to his professional life, his personal life is much diminished and kept under the curtains. However, it was a difficult task to get information about his personal life and, more specifically, his relationship life. The sportsman tries to keep the radar away from his personal life.
As per the reports, he is not married and additionally, he always prioritized his work and kept his relationship under the shadows. His Twitter and Instagram account didn't give any clue about his current affairs. In fact, he spends his time in social media informing people about the current news and events.
Talking about his body measurement, he has a height of 1.96 meters (6 feet and 5 inches) and apart from this, the other information about his body measurements has not been surfaced in the media.
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Moreover, he seems to be an adventurous person as he keeps updating about his adventurous trips in one of his social media accounts.