Lindsay Czarniak – Wiki, Net Worth, Age, Salary, Family

By | December 20, 2017

Young Lindsay Czarniak is an ESPN anchor has gained a net worth of $1.5 million. Find out her age, height, salary, children to family detail. Today Lindsay is a well- known American Sports anchor and reporter, has worked for various channels and finally, joined the ESPN as Sports center anchor and went on to replacing Brent Musburger as the host of ABC’s coverage,  and becoming the first women to ever host this telecast.

Lindsay Czarniak Net Worth



Full Name Lindsay Ann Czarniak
Birth Date November 7, 1977
Nationality American
Height 5.6 feet / 1.70 m
Parents Terri Czarniak and Chet Czarniak
Net Worth $1.5 Million
Source of Income Sports anchor
Annual Salary $1 Million
Sibling Andrew Czarniak
Children Delano Melvin and Sibby Melvin
Ethnicity White
Husband Craig Melvin

She is 5 feet 7 inches tall and adored much for her hourglass- shaped figure.  She is the daughter of Chet Czarniak (father) and Terri Czarniak (mother). Her father worked in the sports department at a Washington, D.C. as a reporter for the newspaper for 17 long years before becoming the current managing editor of usatoday.com. Terri, her mother was a school principal at Virginia. She has one brother, Andrew, who is serving in the U.S coast guard.

She is said to have a net worth of $1.5 million and an annual salary of 1 million dollars in 2017. She is one among the highest paid female journalist.

On October 15, 2011, she married WRC-TV reporter and anchor Craig Melvin. She is blessed with 2 kids. She delivered her first child, a son – Delano Melvin in 2014 and her second child, a daughter- Sibby in 2016.



Her journey has been long and exciting.  She started as an intern for WUSA in Washington D.C in her college days, and then as a production assistant for CNN. She worked for various channels before she got a call from George Michael for NBC 4, in 2005 to host the program ‘The George Michael Sports Machine’. In 2006, she also got a chance to cover the sports news for Winter Olympics. And finally, she joined the ESPN, in 2011 and went on to replace Brent Musburger as the host of ABC’s coverage, and became the first women to ever host this telecast.

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