Lindsay Czarniak is a talented and beautiful woman, who is known for her work as a sports anchor and reporter. She spends her six years with WRC-TV. In August 2011, she joined ESPN as a SportsCenter anchor.
Lindsay was born on the 7th of November, 1977 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Born as an only daughter to her father Chet Czarniak and mother, Terri Czarniak. She has a brother named Andrew. Her father worked for 17 years in a local newspaper’s sports department and is currently working as managing editor of usatoday.com. Lindsay was interested in sports and television since her childhood. While she was at Centreville High School, she played lacrosse and field hockey. In 2000, she majored in online journalism from James Madison University.
As an intern, she started working for WUSA in Washington, D.C. She officially started her broadcasting career as a CNN production assistant. She first appeared on-air as a news reporter for WAWS. She also worked for WTEV-TV, the Speed Channel and WTVJ in Miami, Florida. In June 2005, she joined NBC4. In September 2006, she officially started to co-host The George Michael Sports Machine. She travelled to Turin, Italy as her first major assignment to cover the 2006 Winter Olympics for NBC Sports. She also served NASCAR Nationwide Series races and the IRP Busch race as a pit reporter.
On May 22, 2008, she made a guest appearance on The Tony Kornheiser Show. In the show, she revealed that she was arrested by the DC Police for expired license plates. She then went for her 2008 Summer Olympics duties in Beijing, China. She worked for NBC as a sportsdesk reporter. She also hosted a show called Gymnastics on Oxygen. The show was based on gymnastics and Olympic competitions based on women. The show aired on weekdays at 7:30 pm ET. On August 19, 2011, she made her debut covering the evening football games for SportsCenter. She became the first woman ever to host ABC’s coverage of 2013 Indianapolis 500.
FILM APPEARANCE & PERSONAL FIGURE
Lindsay also made her appearance in the independent action film Aquarius in which she played the role of Mist. In 2009, she made a cameo appearance in the film Ghosts Don’t Exist. The film was produced by Chris Cooley. On October 15, 2011, she tied the knot with TV reporter and anchor Craig Melvin. The couple welcomed their first son in 2014. Craig currently works at MSNBC as a reporter. There is no any sign of divorce or separation.
Talking about her physical configuration, she is not a tall woman with the height of 1.7m. She is regarded as one of the hottest reporters. She has a model like a body with the body measurement of 34-27-34 inches.
Fans can follow the social magnet on her Instagram (14.2K), Twitter (135K), Facebook and other social sites. She actively responds to her fans. Her personal information can be found on her Wikipedia and other small wiki sites.