Lindsay Czarniak

Facts of Lindsay Czarniak
Full Name: Lindsay Czarniak
Age: 43 Years
Birthday: 7 Nov
Birthplace: N/A
Nationality: N/A
Gender: Female
Horoscope: Scorpio
Husband: Craig Melvin
Net Worth: N/A
Height: 5 ft 7 inch
Profession: N/A
Sibling: N/A

Lindsay Ann Czarniak is a sports anchor and reporter. She currently works for Fox Sports as a sideline reporter for NFL games and a studio host for NASCAR coverage.

Early Life of Lindsay Czarniak

Lindsay Czarniak was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on November 7, 1977. She and her family moved to Northern Virginia when she was five years old. Lindsay Ann Czarniak is her given name. Her ethnicity is Polish. Chet Czarniak, her father, is a sports journalist. Terri, on the other hand, is a former principal of Alexandria’s Rose Hill Elementary School. Andrew Czarniak is his brother. Andrew is a member of the military.

She graduated from Centreville High School in 1996. She then enrolled at James Madison University. She earned an honors degree in online journalism from the university in 2000. She was a member of Sigma Kappa during her university days.

Who is the Husband of Lindsay Czarniak?

Craig Delano Melvin is Lindsay Czarniak’s husband. Craig, her husband, is a professional journalist. Several times he proposed to her. She, on the other hand, said no each time. In October 2009, they finally began dating. They were married on October 15, 2011, after dating for two years.

Friends and family attended the wedding at the Church of Holy City on 16th Street NW. Delano Melvin (b. 2014) and Sybil ‘Sibby’ Ann, the couple’s two children, were born to them together.

What is the Net Worth of Lindsay Czarniak?

She is estimated to have a net worth of $3 million as of 2021. Her annual salary as a studio host is estimated to be around $1.5 million.

How much is the Height of Lindsay Czarniak?

Lindsay Czarniak has blonde hair and blue eyes. She is 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs in at a healthy weight. Her body measurements are 34-27-34 inches long, 34-27-34 inches wide, and 34-27-34 inches tall.

Lindsay Czarniak’s Career Line

  • While still a college student, Czarniak began her career as an intern for WUSA in Washington, D.C. As a CNN production assistant, she began her broadcasting career.
  • While working for WAWS in Jacksonville, Florida, she had her first on-air news reporting role. She also worked for Jacksonville’s WTEV-TV, Miami’s WTVJ, and the Speed Channel.
  • After receiving a phone call from George Michael to work as a sports anchor and reporter, Czarniak returned to the D.C. area and joined WRC-TV in June 2005.
  • In September 2006, she officially joined George Michael’s Sports Machine as a co-host.
  • Czarniak traveled to Turin, Italy for NBC Sports’ coverage of the 2006 Winter Olympics, which was her first major assignment as a reporter.
  • She’s also worked as a pit reporter at the Martinsville Speedway and the IRP Busch race in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
  • George Michael left WRC-sports TV’s anchoring position in March 2007. The co-sports anchors were Czarniak and her colleague, Dan Hellie.
  • She’ll also be a pit reporter for TNT’s six-race Sprint Cup Series schedule, which runs from Pocono to Chicago. In 2008, she continued to work for TNT on the same schedule.
  • Czarniak was the first sports reporter to interview Washington Redskins team players following the murder of free safety Sean Taylor in November 2007.
  • Czarniak was honored on July 17, 2008, when she threw the first pitch in a doubleheader between the Reading Phillies and the Bowie Baysox.
  • During a meet-and-greet session held throughout the games, Czarniak also signed autographs.
  •  Lindsay Czarniak Day was originally scheduled for July 21, but due to a scheduling conflict, it was moved to July 22. Lindsay Czarniak bobbleheads were given out to fans at the games on July 17 and July 21.
  • Just before leaving for her 2008 Summer Olympics duties in Beijing, China, Czarniak posted one of several blogs on July 29. She worked for NBC’s sportsdesk.
  • She also contributed blogs to WRC-Olympics TV’s page.
  • Her other responsibilities included hosting the half-hour show Gymnastics on Oxygen on Oxygen.
  • It was largely centered on women’s gymnastics and other Olympic events.
  • It aired at 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time on weekdays.
  • Czarniak left WRC-TV to work for ESPN on June 23, 2011. Czarniak’s last broadcast as a sports reporter for WRC-TV occurred on July 13, 2011.
  •  Czarniak made her SportsCenter debut on August 19, 2011, covering the preseason football games that evening.
  • After Jay Harris moved to the 11 p.m. SportsCenter, she replaced him as co-host of the 6 p.m. SportsCenter in December 2012.
  • Czarniak was announced as the new host of ABC’s coverage of the 2013 Indianapolis 500 on April 24, 2013, by ESPN/ABC.
  • She made history as the first woman to host the show.
  • She took over from Jim McKay, Keith Jackson, Paul Page, and Al Michaels, all of whom were previous hosts and broadcast legends. Her ESPN contract expired in August of 2017.
  • Czarniak will join Joe Gibbs Racing’s professional stock car racing team, which was announced on February 12, 2018. During the Daytona 500, she’ll be producing digital content as well as features on the team’s four Monster Energy Cup Series racers.
  • Later that summer, she was cast as one of the four hosts of Netflix’s upcoming reality competition show Hyperdrive, which will premiere in August 2019.
  • Czarniak joined Fox Sports as a studio host for NASCAR and a sideline reporter for NFL coverage on February 5, 2019.