Amber Theoharis Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, SiriusXM
September 26, 2022
Amber Theoharis Biography
Amber Theoharis is an Emmy-award-winning Sportscaster working as an On-Air Talent at SiriusXM since July 2021. She is the co-executive and creator of The Black Aces Documentary at Kelchris Media.
Since September 2018, she serves at Westwood One as an On-Air Talent. Earlier, she spent three and half years for FOX Sports as On-Air Talent. Additionally, she is an Adjunct Professor at USC Annenberg School of Journalism.
Amber Theoharis Age
Amber Theoharis was born on September 13, 1978, in Salisbury, Maryland, Pennsylvania in the United States of America. She is around 43 years old.
Amber Theoharis Height
She is a woman of average height. Amber stands at the height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approximately 1.71 m).
Amber Theoharis Family
Theoharis was born to her American parents in Maryland, Pennsylvania in the United States of America. Her mother is Denny Theoharis and her father is Kris Theoharis. She is of white ethnicity and owns American nationality.
Amber Theoharis Husband
She is merrily married to her gorgeous husband Todd Buchler. The pair is gifted with three children a son Tyson and two daughters Dylan Mattea born in 2010, and Kamryn Olivia, born in 2011. Amber’s family nowadays lives in Los Angeles, California.
Amber Theoharis Education
She joined Middletown High School where she graduated with a high school diploma in 1996. Amber later joined the University of Maryland, College Park, and pursued a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and journalism.
Amber Theoharis Salary
Theoharis receives an annual average salary of $79,764. This is according to SiriusXM anchors\repporters salaries.
Amber Theoharis Net Worth
Theoharis has an estimated net worth of $1.3 million US dollars.
Amber Theoharis Career
She has been working at SiriusXM as an On-Air Talentsince July 2021. She is also the architect and co-executive of The Black Aces Documentary at Kelchris Media. Since September 2018, she serves at Westwood One as an On-Air Talent. Earlier, she spent three and half years as On-Air Talent for FOX Sports. Moreover, she is Adjunct Professor at Journalism School of USC Annenberg.
Earlier, she served as a reporter and host of the NFL Network in Los Angles from September 2012 to September 2019. She works on NFL Total Access where she took the place of former co-host Kara Henderson at the station. Prior to NFL, she worked for the MASN station as a reporter for five years.
While at the station, she reported on the Baltimore Ravens games during Orioles telecasts by hosting Wally Williams, Bruce Laird, and Ravens Xtra and as Playmakers.
She joined Sinclair Broadcast Group as a sports anchor for WSYX in December 2003. After nine months she served for Fox 45 WBFF-TV as a sports anchor.
Her career in Journalism started in September 1998, as she served for WJLA-TV as an Associate Producer. She operated at the station until July 2000 when she transferred to WBOC-TV. She worked as a tv News Reporter at WBOC-TV for over a year. Additionally, she spent two years and three months working at News 12 Long Island as a News Reporter and Sports Producer.