Sam Ryan Biography | Wiki
Sam Ryan is an American Emmy award-winning journalist, anchor and reporter currently working as a sports anchor and reporter at WABC, in New York. She rejoined WABC, in 2018 after working as a full-time sidelined reporter. She also worked as a contributor to CBS Sports’ coverage of The NFL on CBS and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship.
Sam Ryan Education
Ryan studied at the New York Institute of Technology. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications at Hofstra University.
Sam Ryan Age | Birthday
How old is Sam? She is 52 years old as of 2021. She was born Samantha Ryan on February 5, 1969, in Lake Ronkonkoma, New York, United States of America. Her birthday is always celebrated on 5th February of every year. ALSO READ: Jim Rose
Sam Ryan Nationality | Ethnicity
Ryan holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in Ronkonkoma, New York, United States. She is of White ethnicity/heritage.
Sam Ryan Height | Measurements
Sam stands at an average height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m). She also maintains a bodyweight of 121 lbs (55 kg). Information regarding her other body measurements is currently not yet available.
Sam Ryan Family
Sam was born and raised in Ronkonkoma, New York by her parents. However, information regarding her family members including her father, mother and siblings is currently under review. We will update her family’s details once confirmed available to the public.
Sam Ryan Husband | Jeff Ryan
Is Sam married? Sam is currently married to her husband Jeff yan, a meteorologist and once was a radio anchor. The couple is proud parents to two children. More information about her personal life will be updated once confirmed available.
Sam Ryan Salary
Sam currently working as a sports anchor and reporter at WABC,in New York earns an estimated annual salary of $89,500.
Sam Ryan Net Worth
Ryan is an American Emmy award-winning journalist, anchor and reporter who has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Sam Ryan ABC7
Sam is an Emmy-award-winning journalist currently working as a sports anchor and reporter at WABC, in New York. She rejoined WABC in 2018. Before heading to ESPN, in 2002-2003, she worked as a weekend morning sports anchor and reporter at WABC. At ESPN, she worked as a full-time sidelined reporter.
At ESPN and ABC Sports, Sam covered numerous public games remembering the NHL for ABC, Stanley Cup Playoffs, Sunday Night Baseball, Home Run Derby, Little League World Series, College Football, and the 2005 Monday Night Football broadcasts.
Sam later filled in as a contributor to CBS Sports’ coverage of The NFL on CBS and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship. She was additionally a studio host and reporter at the MLB Network and covered the MLB postseason for Turner Sports as the in-game reporter in 2015 – 2017.
Ryan was excited to co-anchor ABC-7’s NYC Marathon Coverage, Marathon Sunday, close by Ryan Field as one of her first tasks upon formally getting back to WABC. She is a devoted sprinter, having completed ten long-distance races, including four NYC Marathons. Sam is an NYRR Team for Kids Ambassador and is energetic about advancing youth wellness.