Lindsay Czarniak happens to be an American sports reporter and anchor. Lindsay Czarniak has gained fame for reporting and broadcasting National Football League games. Likewise, the sports reporter has garnered a huge fan following on her social media as well.
Lindsay Czarniak was born in the year 1977 and celebrates her birthday on the 7th of November every year. Likewise, as of now, the sports reporter is 44 years old. She was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA. Her full name is Lindsay Ann Czarniak. In addition, the sports reporter belongs to American nationality and was born under the star sign Scorpio.
Moving on towards the family background of the celebrity reporter, she was born to Chet Czarniak and Terri Czarniac. Likewise, her father also was a sports journalist and her mother happens to be a former Principal of Rose Hill Elementary School in Alexandria. Talking of siblings, she has a brother named Andrew Czarniak who is a military officer by profession. The family moves to Northern Virginia when she was only five years old.
Reflecting upon the academics of the celebrity sports reporter, she first went on to attend Centreville High School. Likewise, she graduated in the year 1996. In addition, after her graduation, she went on to attend James Madison University. She has graduated from university in the year 1996 with Honors in Online Journalism.
Career and Professional Life
Lindsay Czarniak is a sports reporter and anchor by profession. Similarly, She is employed by ESPN’s SportsCenter. She has also worked for CNN, WTVJ, WTEV-TV, WRC-TV, and Speed Channel, among others. Czarniak is well recognized for hosting and pit reporting TNT’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and for covering the Summer Olympics (2008) as a sports desk correspondent for NBC Sports. The reporter began her career in journalism as an intern at WUSA while still in college. She began her broadcasting career as a production assistant for CNN after that.
Likewise, when she was working for WAWS in Florida, she made her debut as a news reporter. She then went on to work for WTEV-TV, Speed Channel, and WTVJ that. She joined NBC4 in June 2005 and became co-host of ‘The George Michael Sports Machine’ the following year. Following that, the network hired an American journalist to cover the 2006 Winter Olympics. The reporter worked as a pit reporter for NASCAR Nationwide Series races shortly after. Likewise, She later worked as a pit reporter for the TNT Sprint Cup Series, which consisted of six races. She was honored during the Reading Phillies’ Bowie Day on July 17, 2008.
Further, she has also traveled to China to cover the 2008 Summer Olympic Games. In addition, she worked with ESPN three years later and made her SportsCenter debut in August of that year. She then took over as anchor of ABC’s coverage of the 2013 Indianapolis 500, replacing Brent Musburger, and became the first woman to do so.
The sports reporter certainly has bagged up a huge deal of wealth throughout her journalism career. As of now, she has a net worth of $3 million. In addition, the sports reporter also earns via her social media career as well.
The sports reporter is a married woman. Likewise, she is married to Craig Delano Melvin. The pair married each other on 15th October 2011. In addition, the pair has a son and a daughter named Delano Melvin and Sybil Ann.
Body measurements and Social media
Being in show business, one is constantly aware of her body. Likewise, the sports personality stands tall at 5 feet 7 inches and weighs 60 kg. In addition, her body measurements(Chest-waist-hips) are 34-27-34 respectively. She also has a pair of blue eyes with blonde hair.
The sports reporter is active on social media and has gained a huge fan following. As of now, she has over 170k followers on her Instagram, 160k followers on her Twitter, and 224k followers on her Facebook.