Who is Lindsay Czarniak
Lindsay Czarniak is an American sports anchor and reporter. She works for Fox Sports as a sideline reporter for NFL games and a studio host for NASCAR coverage.
She has previously worked as a studio host and pit reporter for TNT’s coverage of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, and she was also a reporter and co-host for the syndicated The George Michael Sports Machine.
Lindsay Czarniak Age
Czarniak is 44 years old as of 2021. She was born on November 7, 1977 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States.
Lindsay Czarniak Height
Czarniak stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.7 m).
Lindsay went to Centreville High School where she played lacrosse and field hockey. She then joined James Madison University where she graduated with a major in online journalism in 2010.
Lindsay Czarniak Parents
Czarniak’s parents are Chet Czarniak and Terri Czarniak. She grew up with her brother named Andrew Czarniak. Her father, Chet, worked in a sports department of a local newspaper for close to two decades.
Her mother, Terri is a retired principal at Rose Hill Elementary School in Alexandria, Virginia. Lindsay was raised with her brother in Northern Virginia after her family relocated from Pennsylvania when she was five years old.
Lindsay Czarniak Husband
Czarniak is married to Craig Melvin. They welcomed their firstborn child, a son named Andrew Czarniak in March 2014. Their second-born child, a daughter named Sybil Ann Melvin was born on November 5, 2016.
Lindsay Czarniak Wedding
Czarniak and her husband hosted their wedding on October 15, 2011, in Washington.
Craig and Lindsay live in their beautiful home in Connecticut. Here is a tour of their house they shared with People TV. They bought their home for $2,437, 500 back in August 2015.
Lindsay Czarniak Fox Sports Salary
Czarniak earns an average annual salary of $1.5 million as the sideline reporter for NFL games on Fox Sports.
Lindsay Czarniak Net Worth 2022
Czarniak has a net worth of between $2 million and $5 million. She has generated her wealth from her career as a journalist.
Lindsay Czarniak Fox Sports
Czarniak began her career as an intern at WUSA in Washington, D.C. while still in college.
Her first major assignment as a correspondent sent her to Turin, Italy, to broadcast events of the 2006 Winter Olympics for NBC Sports. Czarniak appeared as a guest on The Tony Kornheiser Show on May 22, 2008, taking the “chick chair.”
On that broadcast, she related a funny story about getting arrested by the DC Police for having outdated license plates on her way to a News 4 interview, which turned out to be an important public awareness for anyone who visits Washington, D.C.
Czarniak accepted a role at FOX Sports on February 5, 2019, to work as a studio host for their NASCAR coverage, and also a sideline reporter for Fox’s NFL coverage.
In addition to that, she hosts a podcast titled “Players,” in which she focuses on country music artists and their sports interests.
Which College did Czarniak Attend?
Czarniak attended James Madison University.
How many children does Lindsay Have?
Czarniak and her husband are blessed with two children; a son named Andrew Czarniak and a daughter named Sybil Ann Melvin.