In the beginning, Andrea Tantaros served as a spokesperson for Massachusetts Governor William Weld. After that, she worked for the then-Congressman Pat Toomey and for former National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Thomas Reynolds. Later, she started her own company Andrea Tantaros Media, which was launched to provide crisis management and media strategy consulting to Fortune 500 companies and political campaigns.
Before rising to fame as the host of The Five, she did an internship at CNN’s popular show called Crossfire. After earning enough work experiences, she got the job of press secretary in US House of Representatives. She was very impressive while working as a campaign speaker for the major Republican leaders of the United States.
After spending considerable time working with some major Republican leaders, Andrea decided to turn path and start the new journey in the journalism field. Consequently, she gained early her early experiences of journalism industry from news channels like MSNBC, CNN, and CNBC.
In April 2010, she geared into Fox News Channel and started to serve as a political contributor. After one year from joining the Channel, in 2011, Andrea became the co-host of The Five, which is an American news and talks show on Fox News Channel. In 2013, the show succeeded to outrate its competitor channels like MSNBC and CNN to become the second most-watched television program of all cables. However, she left the show in 2014 to host another program of Fox News Channel called Outnumbered.
A beautiful reporter with wit and poise, Andrea earned a title of an author in 2016 as she released her first book Tied Up in Knots: How Getting What We Wanted Made Women Miserable. The book was released on 26 April.
Andrea currently holds a net worth of $1.5 million dollars. The beautiful anchor was earning $300 thousand as an annual salary from the Fox News. The huge salary and net worth prove that Andrea is one of the successful individuals in the journalism industry.