Andy Alder is a one-of-a-kind television personality who is also a bilingual sportscaster. She has hosted a number of television shows and covered numerous sporting events and programs. The media personality works as a sports anchor for WPIX and anchors the PIX11 Sports Desk as well as the Yankee Pre-Game Shows. Andy has worked for major news organizations such as FOX and NBC. In addition, the Huffington Post named her the “Hottest News Personality” in 2009.
Quick Facts of Andy Adler
Andy has always known that journalism is her true calling. During her vacations, she used to go to New York to work as an intern. In California, the anchorwoman landed her first position with an NBC affiliate. She also made her acting debut alongside Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson in the 2011 film Fast Five. Andy went on to work as a sports anchor and fill-in host for FOX NY, Channel 5 in 2007.
The media celebrity aided the New York Giants in their pre-game and post-game preparations. In 2008 and 2009, the reporter covered the Yankees’ World Series victory in 2009, Super Bowl 42, the MLB All-Star Game, and the New York City Triathlon. She joined KNBC in Los Angeles as a co-anchor after leaving FOX in 2010. Finally, in March 2014, she returned to New York and began working for Pix11 as a sports anchor.
Andy Alder’s Net Worth: How Much Is He Worth?
As a journalist, the 37-year-old reporter earns a large portion of her personal worth. She added a significant portion of her fortune from her 15-year stint as a sportscaster.
Her annual income is thought to be approximately $80,000 after years of working for several news stations and networks. She is passionate about conducting social work and donates a large amount of money to charities and organizations in addition to working and broadcasting news.
Despite the fact that their marriage was short-lived, the former husband still cherishes the relationship.
In September 2017, the New York-based reporter married Doug Ellin, an American screenwriter. However, the ex-couple split up just a few months after their April 2018 wedding.
On March 30, 2018, Doug filed for Andy’s final divorce settlement in Los Angeles, citing “irreconcilable disagreements.” Andy sought divorce from her ex-husband several months ago and tried to keep her broken relationship out of the public eye.
Despite their split, the Entourage creator has always treasured his 18 months spent together with Andy. Doug claimed in a 2018 interview with Page Six that the distance between them was too great because he was in New York and Andy was in Los Angeles. While their parting was painful for him, he admitted to their undying love.
On April 30, 2017, Andy and her then-boyfriend Doug got engaged while on vacation in New Orleans. Andy interviewed Doug on her show in 2015, and the two first met.
The sportscaster was excited to see him, so the two spent their 12-hour date walking across New York City and eating breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Doug was previously married for 13 years to Melissa Dana Hecht, with whom he had two children. He later married Maddie Diehl, a model, and they divorced in 2016.
Biography of Andy Adler
Andy was born on August 19, 1981, in San Diego, California. She is of Caucasian ancestry and American nationality. Andy Alder stands at 1.78 m (5’10”) tall and has ideal body proportions.
Andy is a Stanford University graduate.