Andy Adler Biography and Wikipedia
Andy Adler is an American bilingual journalist currently serving as a sports anchor and co-host of the Dallas Cowboy’s Pre & Post-Game Shows at CBS based in Dallas-Fort Worth. She joined CBS in July 2022 after serving for eight years as the main sports anchor and director at WPIX-TV in New York.
Andy Adler Education
Adler after graduating from high school. She attended and graduated with honors from Stanford University with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism. While at the university, she worked as a News Director and anchor for the university’s television station. She interned for the sports department at KPIX, the CBS affiliate in San Francisco.
Andy Adler Age and Birthday
How old is Andy? Andy is 42 years old as of 2023. She was born Andy Rosa Adler on August 19, 1981, in San Diego, California, United States of America. Her birthday is always celebrated on 19th August of every year. READ: Erin McLaughlin
Andy Adler Nationality and Ethnicity
Adler holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in San Diego, California, United States. She is of Hispanic-American ethnicity/heritage.
Andy Adler Height
Andy stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m). Information regarding her other body measurements is currently not available.
Andy Adler Family | Parents
Adler was born and raised in San Diego, California to Mexican parents. However, information regarding her family members including her father, mother and siblings is currently not available. We will update her parents’ and sibling’s information once reviewed and available.
Andy Adler Husband
Is Andy married? Andy was once married to her ex-husband Doug Ellini, a screenwriter and film and television director. The couple got married in 2017 and later on March 30, 2018, the couple divorced citing irreconcilable differences. RELATED: Steve Raleigh
Andy Adler Wedding Pictures
Andy’s wedding pictures are not available. We will post once confirmed and available to the public.
Andy Adler Weight Loss
Andy’s information regarding her weight loss is currently not available, maybe she has written many articles on how to lose weight. We will update her weight loss information once well-reviewed confirmed and available to the public.
Andy Adler Illness
Andy has not suffered any illness. She is in good health and continuing with her journalism career. However, information regarding her health or illness is currently not available. We will update her health status when confirmed available.
Andy Adler Salary
Adler serving as the sports director, lead sports anchor and host at WPIX11 in New York earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $45,000 – $120,000. RELATED: Matt Lauria
Andy Adler Net Worth
Andy is an American journalist, sports anchor and reporter who has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Andy Adler CBS 11
Andy Adler serves as a sports anchor for CBS 11 and is the co-host of the Dallas Cowboys’ Pre & Post-Game Shows. In addition to her anchoring duties, Andy conducts weekly one-on-one interviews with some of the biggest sports figures in the country. Her passion lies in delving beyond the X’s and O’s, striving to reveal the person behind the persona.
Before her tenure with CBS, Andy held the position of lead sports anchor at Channel 11 in New York, where she hosted the Pre-Game shows for the Giants, Yankees, and Jets. She also established, produced, and hosted the Emmy-Nominated program “One On One with Andy Adler,” which gained substantial recognition during her collaboration with Sports Illustrated. She made notable appearances on the YES Network, contributing to broadcasts for the Yankees and Nets. RELATED: Abigail Hawk
Andy’s career took her to NBC in Los Angeles, where she co-anchored the weekend edition of “Today in LA” and worked as a reporter for the weekday version of the program. She also hosted a popular weekly sports segment on “Prime Time News LA” and co-hosted the pre and post-game shows for the Lakers, sharing the stage with NBA legends such as James Worthy, Kurt Rambis, and Rob Horry. Andy was given the opportunity to utilize her first language, Spanish, as a contributor on “Deportes Lakers.”
Prior to her time in Los Angeles, Andy served as the sports anchor for “Good Day New York” at Fox 5 in New York City. There, she co-hosted the weekly series “Sports Extra” and worked as a field reporter for the Giants’ pre and post-game shows. She also had the privilege of covering the Yankees’ 2009 World Series Championship, a moment she cherishes, having champagne poured over her head in the Yankees locker room by Mariano Rivera.
Andy also held the position of host for “American Latino TV,” a nationally syndicated, weekly magazine program dedicated to showcasing American and foreign-born Latinos who have a positive impact on American society.