Andrea Tantaros Biography
Quick Facts Andreana Tantaros
- NameAndreana Tantaros
- Birth NameAndrea K. Tantaros
- EthnicityMultiracial Ethnicity
- ProfessionPolitical Analyst
- Working ForFox News Channel
- Net Worth1.5 Million
- Salary0.30 Million USD
- Eye ColorBrown Light
- Hair ColorBrown Dark
- Face ColorWhite
- Body Measurements36-25-33 inches
- Weight in KG56 kg
- Famous ForConservative political analyst
- EducationParkland High School, Lehigh University
- AwardsNot Yet
- Online PresenceWiki, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
- TV ShowThe Five
Andreana Konstantina Tantaros a.k.a. Andrea Tantaros is an American political analyst and commentator. She was a co-host for the Outnumbered and The Five on Fox News Channel. In August 2016, she filed a petition against FNC, stating sexual harassment which was dismissed in a court in May 2018.
Tantaros is unmarried and possibly single. Her net worth in 2019 is approximately $1.5 million.
Andrea Tantaros Net Worth
Andrea Tantaros has an estimated net worth over $1.5 million as of 2019. According to the source, he had an annual salary of $300,000 while working for Fox News Channel.
Also an author, Tantaros published a book “Tied Up in Knots: How Getting What We Wanted Made Women Miserable” which cost $26.99 per book.
Andrea Tantaros Personal Life
Tantaros, 40, is possibly single and unmarried at the moment. Till the date, there is no news and rumors floated in the media sites regarding her relationship, married, boyfriend or husband.
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Once, she was rumored to be dating, Dave Navarro.
Andrea Tantaros Bio, Eary Life, and Education
Andreana Tantaros is an American conservative political analyst. She currently works as co-host of The Five and Outnumbered on Fox News Channel. She regularly appears on the Fox Business Channel. She also writes a weekly column for the Newsmax and the New York Daily News.
Andreana was born on December 30, 1978, in Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States. She was born to an immigrant Greek family. When she was in her teen days, she worked as a waitress in her family restaurant named Pied Piper Diner which is near Trexlertown.
She studied at Parkland High School and graduated from there in 1997. She then attended Lehigh University and graduated majoring in journalism and French. She also wrote political commentary for her college newspaper. She currently resides in New York City.
Andrea Tantaros Career
From 2003 to 2005 she lived in Washington, D.C. She served as Press Secretary to Republican leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives while she was working on Capitol Hill.
She has also worked on political campaigns for District Attorney Jeanine Pirro, Republican Congressional Committee chairman Thomas Reynolds and former Governor of Massachusetts Bill Weld.
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She was responsible for helping craft and executive the media strategy for the Republican majority while she was working with the House leadership. She also worked for Deputy Press Secretary Senator Pat Toomey and former Reagan Pillster Richard Wirthlin at CNN’s Crossfire. In 2005 she moved to New York City and worked at the Manhattan public affairs firm as a vice president.
She then started Andrea Tantaros Media. The company provided crisis management and media strategy consulting to Fortune 500 companies and political campaigns.
In April 2010 she joined Fox News Channel as a political contributor. She has also appeared on CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, and FOX NEWS. She then debated Juan Williams and Bob Beckel in the political segments as she appeared on the Fox channel. She also has co-hosted on The Five on Fox News. She was represented by the William Morris agency.
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On December 19, 2012, on Talk Radio Network, she announced that Andrea Tantaros co-hosted a national radio talk show with conservative author Jason Mattera. The Network started on January 2, 2013, which was held by Laura Ingraham.
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The show airs Monday to Friday. On August 12, 2012, Beckel announced that Tantaros would no longer appear during the morning time period on Fox News. She then discontinued her radio program The Andrea Tantaros Show on October 10.