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Andrew Siciliano

Andrew Siciliano- Biography

Andrew Siciliano is a committed sports television anchor, radio broadcaster, and reporter from the United States. He is most known for his work as a play-by-play announcer for the National Football League’s Los Angeles Rams. He is a naturally lively individual.

What is the Net Worth of Andrew Siciliano? Salary, Earnings

Andrew has a net worth of $10 million, which he has accumulated solely through his hard work and dedication to his vocation as a professional and celebrity writer. He has worked extremely hard to achieve this goal and will continue to do so.

Andrew Siciliano- Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Education

Andrew Siciliano was born on August 28, 1974, in Virginia, United States. There is no information about her family member

Siciliano studied communication at Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Communication from 1992 to 1996. He prefers to live in seclusion.

Quick Facts

Real Name Andrew David Siciliano
Birth Date 28 August 1974
Age (as of 2022) 47 Years
Birth Place Virginia, United States
Nationality American
Profession Television Anchor, Radio Broadcaster
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Virgo

Andrew Siciliano- Relationship, Married Life

Andrew Siciliano is not currently in a relationship and hence has no children. He is a determined and committed man who spends his spare time working on himself. He is completely focused on his objectives.

Andrew Siciliano’s Professional Career

He attended Syracuse University and worked professionally as an assistant sports director at WAER, a student-run radio station. During his final three years at Syracuse, Andrew worked part-time on WSYR Syracuse, covering fires and City Hall. He was a regular columnist for the Daily Orange, the main newspaper of Syracuse University, and he shared play-by-play responsibilities for WAER FM during Syracuse’s NCAA Men’s Division 1 basketball Final Four game versus Mississippi State in 1996. Andrew earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 1996. Following his academic career, Andrew landed a dual anchor/reporter position at WMAQ-670 AM in Chicago, Illinois.

By 1999, Siciliano was hosting the Chicago Bears’ post-game discussion show on the now-defunct WMAQ. He co-hosted The Tony Bruno Morning Extravaganza and served as a fill-in anchor on other shows. He later co-hosted the nighttime show Game Time Live with Krystal Fernandez. While at FSR, Andrew was the principal play-by-play announcer for the Arena Football League’s Las Vegas Gladiators. In order to be closer to his family, Andrew switched from the Gladiators to the Los Angeles Avengers in 2006. Max Kellerman, who had been hosting LA Sports Live on ESPN affiliate 710 AM (KSPN) alongside co-host Mychal Thompson, took over for Andrew in January 2011.

Siciliano has worked as a play-by-play commentator for the St. Louis Rams preseason games on KTVI-TV Fox 2 in St. Louis, with former Rams Pro Bowler Torry Holt and Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk. Color commentators Holt and Faulk provided color commentary, with Siciliano handling play-by-play duties. When the Rams returned to Los Angeles, they were replaced by Pro Football Hall of Famers Marshall Faulk and Eric Dickerson, with games broadcast locally on KCBS-TV channel 2. In 2017, Daniel Jeremiah took over for Dickerson.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Hair color

Height in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 170 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 61 kg  –  in Pounds –  134 lbs
Shoe Size 8 (U.S.)
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Brown
Body Type Slim

Social Media Details

Under the moniker @andrewsiciliano, Siciliano has 11K followers, 531 followers, and 718 posts on Instagram. On Twitter, where he has been active since March 2009, he has 187.6K followers and 1,240 followers.

Trivia

  • Andrew relocated to Los Angeles in the year 2000 to work for Fox Sports Radio.
  • During his time at WMAQ, Andrew garnered multiple awards, including two AIR awards for Best Sports Reporter and Best Anchor.
  • Andrew Siciliano has been the Rams’ preseason television play-by-play announcer since 2011.
  • He used to host a noon radio show on 710 ESPN in Los Angeles.

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