Alex Curry has always been involved in the world of sports. At times as a player and at times as a reporter. The 33-year-old TV personality is one of the youngest sportscasters in the business. Associated with the FOX Network, Alex is the host of Kings Weekly and Angels Weekly. Centered around Los Angeles, the programs cover the comings and goings of the Ice Hockey Team, Los Angeles Kings and the MLB team Los Angeles Angels. One of the regular faces in the FOX sports network, Alex has also been recognized for her exploits in the field of sports reporting. In this article, we take a closer look at the wiki-bio of Alex Curry.
Alex Curry was born on the 27th of May 1987 in Manhattan Beach, California. Born and raised in California, Alex’s parents were heavily involved in the business. Her father, Tim Curry owns a natural energy drink production company, and her mother, Peggy is the founder of the Growing Great non-profit organization. Alex wasn’t the only child in the family and had three younger sisters, who remain relatively unknown.
Alex fell in love with sports from a young age and was into soccer at elementary school. She continued this passion at the Mira Costa High School while also learning theater simultaneously. Alex later enrolled at the San Diego State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism media studies in 2009.
Professional Career and Net Worth:
Alex’s career began as a sports player. In 2016 she successfully led her University team to win the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) Championship. However, things took a different turn after graduation and Alex began working as a production assistant on the show, Last Call with Carson Daly. This led her to the ESPN network where she landed a job as their talent manager.
Even though she was contracted by the ESPN, Alex was also hosting independent projects like E! News Now and Fuel TV Download. A couple of years at ESPN and Alex moved to the FOX Sports network in 2011. After going around the world and covering different shows for about a year, Alex switched over to the FOX Sports West. She was given the responsibility to host Kings Weekly and Angels Weekly. It was her incredible work in these TV shows that landed Alex three telly awards.
Down the years, Alex has also hosted the reality TV show, American Ninja Warrior: Ninja vs. Ninja. This was back in 2015 and currently, Alex also works as the fill-in host for Undisputed.
As far her fabulous reporting job, she is also adding good sum. As of 2020, her estimated net worth is about 600,000 USD which is sure to rise in near future.
Even though Alex appears on the TV screen regularly, she hasn’t revealed details on her personal life. She is currently married to Jeff Nisen. Jeff is a solo musician and the pair met sometime during 2012. The pair didn’t spill the details until sometime alter and got married on the 2nd of July 2016. As of the current date, the pair are yet to announce the arrival of a new member in the family.
Alongside her career on-screen, Alex also works for charities around the states. She is a huge supporter of the Richstone Family Center and the Kids Club After School Program.