Lindsay Czarniak is an American sports reporter and anchor for ESPN’s SportsCentre. She also served as an anchor for various other shows and events like NBC Sports, Sports Center, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, and the George Michael Sports Machine.
Apart from her professional life, Lindsay is a married woman and a proud mother of her two adorable children. Despite her busy work schedule, Lindsay always makes sure that she has enough time to spend with her family.
Lindsay's Relationship: Lindsay And Her Ecstatic Married Life!
ESPN sports anchor Lindsay Czarniak got married to her husband, Craig Melvin, MSNBC anchor and NBC News correspondent at the Church of the Holy City on 15 October 2011, in Washington, D.C.
Lindsay Czarniak and Craig Melvin celebrating their wedding at the Hay Adams on 15 October 2011, in Washington, DC (Photo: Getty Images)
After three years of their married life, Lindsay gave birth to their first son, Delano in the year 2014.
Later on 16 June 2016, Lindsay announced the news of her pregnancy on the 6:00 p.m. ET SportsCenter. And on 6 November 2016, the couple welcomed their second baby girl named Sybil Ann.
Despite her busy work schedule, Lindsay always tries to spend as much time as she can with her family. She loves her children so much that her Instagram account is full of their pictures.
Back on 6 November 2017, she shared the picture of her little girl Sibby wishing on her 1st birthday in which she captioned, her daughter is sunshine every day. She could not believe how fast a year flew by but she was so grateful for this kind, fun and fearless little girl.
As of now, Lindsay leads a happy married life with her family in Connecticut.
Lindsay's Short Bio: Family Life, Career, Net Worth
Lindsay Czarniak was born on 7 November 1977, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to parents Chet Czarniak (father) and Terri Czarniak (mother). She moved to Northern Virginia with her family when she was 5-years-old.
Lindsay’s father, Chet Czarniak, has spent 17 years working in a local newspaper's sports department. Her mother, Terri Czarniak, is a former principal at Rose Hill Elementary School, a Fairfax County public school, in Alexandria, Virginia. Lindsay's brother, Andrew, is currently serving in the U.S. Coast Guard.
She graduated with a major in Online Journalism from James Madison University in the year 2000. She had an interest in sports and television since her childhood and used to play lacrosse and field hockey at Centreville High School.
Czarniak began her career working as an intern for WUSA in Washington D.C. After that, she served as a production assistant for CNN and later as a news reporter for WAWS, WTEV-TV, WTVJ, and the Speed Channel.
Before joining ESPN in the year 2011, Lindsay had stints at NBC and TNT.
Besides that, Lindsay also made her appearance in the film industry. She appeared in the independent action movie Aquarius in the year 2000 in which she played the role of Mist. She has also made a cameo role in the movie Ghosts Don't Exist (2010).
As an ESPN reporter, Lindsay Czarniak's net worth swirls around $3 million thanks to her impressive salary at the network.