Alex Flanagan Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, NFL Sports
Alex Flanagan Biography
Alex Flanagan is a Journalist and Anchor presently serving since 2006 at NFL Sports as a sideline reporter. She also appeared at NBC Sports until 2014, when she left the station to serve in the NFL. Alex is serving for the Gold Zone as a host. Before NFL, She served for Notre Dame Football games as a sideline reporter and NBC’s Football Night in America as a reporter for seven years.
Alex Flanagan Age
Alex was born on born in Sonoita, Arizona, in the United States of America, on September 22, 1972. He is 49 years old.
Alex Flanagan Height
Flanagan stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 inches/ Approx 1.71 m tall.
Alex Flanagan Education
She attended Salpointe Catholic High School in Tucson, Arizona for her high school education in 1989. Later on, Alex graduated with her bachelor’s degree from Arizona University in 1993.
Alex Flanagan Family
Despite being a public figure, Alex has managed to keep his life private away from the limelight regarding her father and mother. Alex has two handsome brothers called Mike Wystrach and Mark Wystrach. Mike is the founder of the food delivery company while Mark is an actor and a country music singer and also the lead singer of the country band Midland.
Alex Flanagan Husband
She is married to her caring husband Kevin Flanagan. Kevin formally played basketball team. The duo met each other back at the college where they dated and in the year 1997 exchanged their wedding vows. The couple has 3 children one son and 2 daughters and owns the Arizona Steak Restaurant.
Alex Flanagan Salary
Alex earns an annual salary of of $20,000 – $100,000. This is according to NBC news anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Alex Flanagan’s Net worth
Flanagan has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Alex Flanagan Career
Alex currently serves at the NFL Network as a sideline reporter. She is serving as a host for the gymnastics and Gold Zone in the Olympic Games in Rio. Alex also appeared at NBC Sports until 2014 when she left the station to serve in the NFL. She has hosted several of studio programs including NFL Total Access and covered twelve Super Bowls.
Before NFL, She served for Notre Dame Football games as a sideline reporter and for NBC’s Football Night in America as a reporter for seven years. Alex reported from the big NFL games of the day every Sunday on FNIA reported.
Her career life began while a student and after graduating, Alex joined KCCO-TV in Alexandria, Minnesota. Where She served as a weekend anchor and general assignment news reporter. Alex later moved and signed a job contract for two years with WSFA-TV as a weekend anchor and general assignment news reporter.