Lindsay Czarniak

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Lindsay Czarniak is an American sports anchor who is best known as the host of 6 pm SportsCenter on ESPN, which she joined in 2011. She reported from the front lines of Winter Olympics in 2006 and the Summer Games in 2008. She is also a former host of The George Michael Sports Machine.

Quick Facts About Lindsay Czarniak

Name Lindsay Czarniak
Profession TV Journalist
Gender Female
Birthday November 07, 1977
Age 39 Years Old
Star Sign Sagittarius

Lindsay was born as Lindsay Ann Czarniak on November 7, 1977, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She was raised in Northern Virginia. She went to Centreville High School in Fairfax County, Virginia, where she participated in lacrosse and field hockey. In 2000, she received an online journalism degree from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.   

While Lindsay was still in college, she began interning at the Washington-based CBS-affiliated station, WUSA. She made her on-air debut at the Fox-affiliated station, WAWS, in Jacksonville, Florida. Sportscaster George Michael invited Lindsay to work as a reporter and anchor on his show, The George Michael Sports Machine, and she went on become a co-anchor on the show in 2007. Her years of involvement in sports journalism have resulted in a net worth of $3 million.

In 2016, Lindsay was replaced by sports anchors Michale Smith and Jemele Hill after she went on a maternity leave during her second pregnancy. She is expected to return to ESPN in a new year role in 2017. 

Lindsay is married to MSNBC Live host Craig Melvin. They have two children together. Lindsay gave birth to their son, Delano, in 2014 and their daughter, Sybil, was born on November 6, 2016.

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