Andrew David Siciliano, professionally known as Andrew Siciliano, is an American born sports TV anchor and reporter. He is also a radio broadcaster and is best known as the host on NFL Sunday Ticket Red Zone. He can be compared to some other sports TV anchors like Scott Hanson. He started appearing on the show back in 2005 and has held the position till date.
Apart from the show, he also hosts NFL Network's NFL Total Access. Moreover, he has also covered some major sports events like 2014 and 2016's Olympic Games. Moving on to his net worth, his estimated net worth is not known, but we are sure that he earns in millions and has a big pay cheque. Some sources claim that he has an estimated net worth of $10 million.
Here we are going to share with you some information about the host's net worth, earnings, career, and awards.
Andrew Siciliano's earnings and net worth
As mentioned above, the estimated net worth of Andrew Siciliano is in millions, and according to some sources, he has an estimated net worth of $10 million.
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There is no doubt that his pay cheque accounts big numbers. Some of the top sports presenters earn over a million dollars, and his earnings can also be compared to be similar to the big name in the industry.
Nonetheless, we are sure that he is very proud of his work and is enjoying his life.
Andrew Siciliano's career and awards
Andrew worked actively as a journalist even during his academic years. While he still attended Syracuse University, he worked as Assistant Sports Director at WAER. Throughout the years, he worked in numerous posts.
Moving onto his professional career, he made his debut as a professional reporter back in 1996 in WMAQ-670 AM as an anchor and reporter. And by 1999, he had already started hosting WMAQ's Chicago Bears' post-game talk show.
Andrew moved to LA in 2000 and joined ventures with Fox Sports Radio. He also co-hosted The Tony Bruno Morning Extravaganza. Later, he started hosting Game Time Live alongside Krystal Fernandez.
He later departed from Fox and joined ESPN but by 2011, he was replaced by Max Kellerman on LA Sports Live. At the moment, he serves as the host on NFL Sunday Ticket Red Zone. He started hosting the show back in 2005 and has still been hosting it.
Talking about his awards, he has not received any notable awards.