Experienced sports reporter and anchor, Lindsay Czarniak is known for her work with ESPN’s “SportsCenter” and TNT’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Moreover, she has worked as a co-host and reporter for the syndicated The George Michael Sports Machine.
Lindsay Czarniak was born on November 7, 1977, in Harrisburg, PA. As of 2019, she is at the age of 41 with the birth sign of Scorpio which defines her personality as emotional an intelligent.
She is raised by her parents Chet Czarniak (father) and Terri Czarniak (mother) along with her brother Andrew Czarniak. Well, Her father is currently working in a local newspaper’s sports department and her mother is a former principal at Rose Hill Elementary School, a Fairfax County public school, in Alexandria, Virginia. Moreover, her brother is currently serving in the U.S. Coast Guard.
Furthermore, Czarniak graduated with a major in Online Journalism from James Madison University in the year 2000. Also, she had an interest in sports and television since her childhood and used to play lacrosse and field hockey at Centreville High School.
The 41-years-old is a married woman. She tied a knot to Craig Melvin on October 15, 2011. He works as a reporter in WRC-TV. Their wedding was in a simple in front of their relatives.
The couple shares a child, Delano Joseph Melvin in the year 2014. They are living a happy and blissful life with their blessing child. There are no rumors of them getting a divorce as their marital life is going well.
The sports anchor has an estimated net worth around $3 million. As per some sources, she earns an annual salary of $1.5 million. Also, she is on the list of high earning Female TV journalists in the nation.
Lindsay Czarniak began working from an early age. She used to work as an intern for WUSA in Washington D.C. Also, she started serving for CNN. She has appeared for different channel networks such as WTEV-TV, WTVJ, and the Speed Channel. For NBC 4, in 2005 she personally got a call from the host of the program The George Michael Sports Machine.
After spending 6 years with WRC-TV , in August 2011, the local NBC television affiliate in Washington D.C. Czarniak joined ESPN as a Sports Centre anchor.
She has been a pit reporter and studio host for TNT’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series coverage and a former co-host and reporter for the syndicated The George Michael Sports Machine.