Andrew Siciliano Biography

    Updated On Apr 03, 2018 Published On Jan 16, 2018
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    Date of Birth: 1974
    Birth Nation: United States
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    Andrew Siciliano was born in 1974, in Virginia, the USA; regarding his nationality, she is an American and is of white ethnicity. Siciliano completed his higher school education from South Lakes High School in Reston, Virginia. He then enrolled at Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Communication.

    During his time at Syracuse University, Siciliano worked in a student-run radio network, WAER as Assistant Sports Director. He also served as a split play-by-play duties for WAER FM during the Syracuse vs. Mississippi State NCAA Men’s Division 1 basketball game in the final four. Siciliano also contributed his time as a regular columnist for the “Daily Orange,” a Syracuse University’s flagship newspaper.

    At the very time, he also moonlighted with TV station WSYR Syracuse, covering fires and City Hall. He graduated from Syracuse University, earning a BA in journalism.

    After he got his academic degree, Siciliano served as a dual anchor/reporter at WMAQ-670 AM in Chicago, Illinois. He then began hosting the Chicago Bear’s post-game talk show for the now-defunct WMAQ. In his tenure at WMAQ, Siciliano was awarded multiple awards, including 2 “AIR Award” for Best Anchor and Best Sports Reporter.

    After a year, Siciliano moved to Los Angeles to join Fox Sports Radio. There he served as a co-host of the “Tony Bruno Morning Extravaganza.” Later, he became the host of weeknight program “Game Time Live” along with Krystal Fernandez. He also served as the lead play by play announcer for the “Las Vegas Gladiators” of the Arena Football League.

    He then joined ESPN affiliate 710 AM (KSPN), where he acts as a host for LA Sports Live alongside his co-host Mychal Thompson. Later on, Siciliano was replaced by the Max Kellerman. After that, Siciliano run preseason games along with Torry Holt and Marshall Faulk locally in St. Louis on KTVI-TV Fox 2. Further, he joined Faulk and Holt as the color commentator.

    As of now, he serves as the sole host of “NFL Sunday Ticket Red Zone,” which acts as a viewer’s “remote control” as well as switches around various NFL games as plays if interest occurs.

    Unlike Siciliano’s professional life which is at the top, his personal life belittled. At the age of 44, he is unmarried and happy being single. It seems that he is much focused on his career rather than anything. In past, he was in a relationship with his girlfriend, Rachel Bloom, an actor, comedian, TV host, singer, etc. Her ex-partner is a multi-talented personality.

    Siciliano is travel freak and often post some spectacular pictures from his travel diaries in his Instagram account.

    Adding up, he is an enthusiastic fan of American professional baseball team, “Cleveland Indians,” and his ultimate goal is to serve as an NFL play by play announcer.

    As of now, Andrew Siciliano has an estimated net worth of around $10 million. Currently, he serves at NFL Sunday Ticket Red Zone as host, through which he earns a good sum of salary.

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    Born in United States

    1974

    Andrew David  Siciliano was born in 1974, in Virginia, the U.S.; regarding his nationality, he is an American and is of white ethnicity.

    Graduated from Syracuse University

    1996

    Andrew Siciliano graduated from Syracuse University, earning a BA in journalism. During his time at Syracuse University, Siciliano worked in a student-run radio network, WAER as Assistant Sports Director. 

    Began his career at WMAQ

    1999

    Siciliano began hosting the Chicago Bear’s post-game talk show for the now-defunct WMAQ. In his tenure at WMAQ, Siciliano was awarded multiple awards, including 2 “AIR Award” for Best Anchor and Best Sports Reporter.

    Moved to Los Angeles

    2000

    Siciliano moved to Los Angeles to join Fox Sports Radio. He served as a co-host of the “Tony Bruno Morning Extravaganza." Later, he became the host of weeknight program “Game Time Live."

    He was Replaced

    2011

    Siciliano next joined ESPN affiliate 710 AM (KSPN) where he acts as a host for LA Sports Live alongside his co-host Mychal Thompson. Later, Siciliano was replaced by the Max Kellerman.

    Current Net Worth

    2018

    As of 2018, Andrew Siciliano has an estimated net worth of around $10 million. Currently, he serves at NFL Sunday Ticket Red Zone as a host through which he earns a good sum of salary.