Andrew Siciliano Biography
Andrew Siciliano (born; Andrew David Siciliano) is an American sports television anchor, reporter and radio broadcaster. He hosts NFL Sunday Ticket Red Zone, airing on DirecTV’s Red Zone Channel. He also hosts NFL Total Access on the NFL Network. He also serves as the play-by-play voice announcer for the NFL’s Los Angeles Rams.
Andrew Siciliano Age
Andrew was born on January 1, 1974 in Virginia, United States.
Andrew Siciliano Height
He stands at a height of 6 feet 6 inches tall.
Andrew Siciliano Education
Siciliano graduated from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Communication with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism. While there he served as an assistant sports director at WAER, a student-run radio network.
Andrew Siciliano Parents
Andrew has not revealed the name of his parents but he shares their photos on his social media.
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Andrew Siciliano Wife
His marital status is unknown he keeps his personal life private.
Andrew Siciliano Redzone – NFL
Andrew NFL Sunday Ticket Red Zone, airing on DirecTV’s Red Zone Channel since 2005. He also hosts NFL Total Access on the NFL Network. He also serves as the play-by-play voice announcer for the NFL’s Los Angeles Rams.
Andrew Siciliano Journalist
Siciliano began his career in journalism while at Syracuse University where he served as assistant sports director at WAER, a student-run radio network. He later moonlighted with television station WSYR Syracuse, covering fires and City Hall. He was a regular columnist for the Daily Orange, Syracuse University’s flagship newspaper, and split play-by-play duties for WAER FM during the Syracuse vs Mississippi State NCAA Men’s Division 1 basketball game in the 1996 Final Four.
After graduating he joined now-defunct WMAQ as a reporter and anchor, by 199 he was hosting the Chicago Bears’s post-game talk show. While there he won two AIR awards for Best Sports Reporter and Best Anchor.
Andrew Siciliano FOX
Andrew joined Fox Sports Radio in 2000 where he served as co-host of The Tony Bruno Morning Extravaganza. He later began hosting the weeknight program Game Time Live alongside Krystal Fernandez. He also served as the lead play by play announcer for the Las Vegas Gladiators of the Arena Football League. He also hosted LA Sports Live with co-host Mychal Thompson at ESPN affiliate 710 AM (KSPN) but was replaced by Max Kellerman by January 2011.
Andrew Siciliano Rams
Siciliano serves as the play-by-play voice announcer for the NFL’s Los Angeles Rams since 2011. He hosted NBC Sports Gold Zone coverage of the 2014 Sochi Olympics, and 2016 Rio Games.
Andrew Siciliano Salary
His actual salary is unknown.
Andrew Siciliano Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of $10 million.
Andrew Siciliano Ears
Siciliano has big ears that people like making fun of. He has said that he knows he has big ears; “If you think that I don’t know that I have big ears… I mean, I have carried these things for plus 40 years. They ain’t changing. As a matter of fact, as you grow older, I’m told, they get bigger. I’m fine with that. I know I got big ears.”
Andrew Siciliano and Scott Hanson
Andrew hosts DirecTV’s RedZone Channel while Scott Hanson hosts the NFL RedZone Channel. They both provide the same content, giving viewers touchdown from every game. Andrew said in an interview that he and Hanson have a mutual respect for each other and work out of the same building to do their shows.
“We pass in the hallway at NFL Network every now and then and there’s the nod and the fist bump because Scott’s not a big handshake, touch-the-doorknob kinda guy. Every Sunday, though, he and I will both get tweets and texts, some positive and some negative, and say ‘I can’t believe you just said that.’ It wasn’t me. And vice versa. Or ‘I can’t believe you missed that touchdown.’ All these years later, people don’t realize there are two different shows. Sometimes I get, ‘Dude, I can’t believe you quit.’… They don’t get it.”
Andrew Siciliano Covid
Andrew revealed on October 18, 2020 that he would not be hosting Sunday Ticket Red Zone Channel as he had tested COVID-19. He later said a retest came back negative. However, “out of the super-abundance of caution and to be respectful to my teammates, I’m sitting this one out.”
— Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) October 18, 2020