Andy Adler Biography
Andy Adler is an American anchor/reporter, and TV personality working at CBS in TX. He serves as a Sports Anchor & Reporter at CBS. He joined the network in July 2022.
Andy Adler Age
Adler is 40 years old as of 2021. She was born on 19 August 1981 in San Diego, California, United States.
Andy Adler Height
Adler stands at an average height of 5 feet 10 inches.
Andy Adler Family
Adler has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if Adler has any siblings.
Andy Adler Husband
Doug was married to Melissa Dana Hecht for 13 years, and the couple had two children. She was engaged to Doug Ellin on 30 April 2017 in New Orleans.
Andy Adler Net Worth
Adler has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million -$5 Million which she has earned through her career as a journalist.
Andy Adler Salary
Adler earns an annual salary ranging between $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.
Andy Adler Career
Adler serves at CBS in TX as a Sports Anchor & Reporter. Before joining CBS, he worked for WPIX in N.Y. as a Lead Sports Anchor and Sports Director. He also served as a sports anchor at WPIX and hosted PIX11 Sports Desk, as well as the Yankee Pre-Game Shows. Adler joined WPIX in 2014 and departed in 2022. He has served at Los Angeles Lakers as a Lakers Pre and Post Game Host for 2 years.
Before joining WPIX, he worked for NBC, where he anchored the iconic “Prime Time News LA,” weekly sports show, a segment that earned popularity for bringing out the personal side of some of the nation’s greatest sports stars. On MSNBC and NBC Evening News, Andy has also made appearances.
Andy co-hosted the Laker’s pre and post-game shows while in Los Angeles, co-hosting with NBA icons James Worthy, Kurt Rambis, and Rob Horry. He also presented the live nightly program “Access SportsNet,” which aired on Spectrum SportsNet, the home of the Lakers. Andy also had the chance to use her first language, Spanish, as a ‘Spectrum Deportes Lakers contributor.
Andy was a sports reporter and fill-in host of “Good Day New York” before LA at WNYW, the New York Fox-owned-and-operated station. She also co-hosted the “Sports Extra” weekly series and was a field reporter at the station for the Giants’ post and pre-game shows. During her time with Fox, Andy covered the New York Giant’s playoff run and Super Bowl 42 win, acting as the location’s field reporter.
Andy also covered the Yankees’ 2009 World Series Victory back in New York. “It will always be one of my favorite moments to get champagne thrown over my head by Mariano Rivera in the Yankees locker room,” Andy says. She also co-hosted the MLB All-Star Game Special, hosted the New York City Triathlon, and was featured on Fox Business News.
Andy worked as the host of “American Latino TV,” a nationally syndicated weekly magazine show focused on American and foreign-born Latinos that had a positive effect on American society, before becoming the sports anchor for Fox in New York. “Andy says, “Few people know my first language was originally Spanish. She co-hosted the evening magazine program “Eye on the Desert” at the same time and reported on the CBS station in Palm Springs, California for the 6 p.m. newscast.
At the age of 20, when she became a reporter for KSBW, the NBC affiliate based in the Monterey/Salinas market in California, Andy began her on-air broadcasting career. She also made stops in San Francisco on the NBC affiliate, as well. While in college, he interned at KPIX, a CBS affiliate in San Francisco, for the sports department. Instead of graduating early during her years at Stanford, Andy took time off from school to travel to New York to volunteer with Late Show with David Letterman.’
When coming to his education, he graduated from Stanford University with honors. During his time there, he worked as a news producer and reporter for the university television station. “I’m a fan of the sports fan. I love the passion and respect the loyalty, “I’m a fan of sports fans. I love passion and I respect loyalty. “I’m driven by the stories behind just the Xs and O’s.
Knowing what drives each player just makes watching the games so much more fun.” You can also see Andy mixing athletics with her other significant hobby, being an advocate for the rights of children. You can catch Andy working as an emcee for numerous fundraising activities for children, including the Children’s Wellbeing Fund and the Planet of Children, at least once a month.
Andy Adler PIX-11
Adler has worked at PIX-11 where she worked alongside other famous PIX-11 anchors and reporters including;
- Mr. G
- Kori Chambers
- Marissa Torres
- Marysol Castro
- Ben Aaron
- Ojinika Obiekwe
- Vanessa Freeman
- John Muller
- Dan Mannarino
- Justin Walters
- Erica Grow
- Kaity Tong
Andy Adler Social Media Platforms
Adler is active on her social media accounts and is often seen posting on her Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. She has over 7.2k followers on Twitter, over 4.3k followers on Instagram, and over 18.6k followers on Facebook.