Andrea Kremer is a famous veteran and Award-winning American On-Air personality. She currently serves at Amazon Prime Video together with Hannah Storm for “Thursday Night Football”. In addition, she works at NFL Network as the Chief Correspondent.
Andre as well serves as a correspondent and hosts both Real Sports together with Gumbel at HBO We Need To Talk on CBS. She has covered major sports occasions such as the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, hockey’s Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Major League Baseball All-Star Game, college football bowl games, PGA Championship, 2012 U.S. Olympic swimming trials, the NBA Finals, and League Championship Series.
Andrea Kremer Age
Andrea Kremer was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States, on February 25, 1959, and she’s 63 years of age.
Andrea Kremer Height
Kremer stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 in ( Approx. 1.65 m).
Andrea Kremer Family
Andrea was born and brought up under supportive and protective parents in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America. Andrea is an American citizen by birth and also belongs to white origin.
Andrea Kremer Husband
She is cheerfully married to her good-looking and protective husband called John Steinberg who presently serves as an archeologist at the University of Massachusetts. Andrea and her good-looking husband have no children yet.
Andrea Kremer Education
She studied at Friends Select School and afterward joined the University of Pennsylvania and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast journalism.
Andrea Kremer Salary.
She receives an annual average salary of $96,870 and this is according to NFL Network contributors’/hosts’ salaries.
Andrea Kremer’s Net Worth
Andrea has an estimated net worth of $4 million US dollars and her career as a host and contributor is the source of her wealth
Andrea Kremer Career
In 1982, she started her journalism career as a sports editor at Main Line Chronicle. While in Main Line Chronicle, she covered a story on NFL Films. She later left the magazine and went to NFL Films where she served as a producer in 1984. Andrea worked as the director, on-air personality for “This is the NFL” and producer for five years.
Andrea gained an Emmy nomination for producing “Autumn Ritual” in 1986 as well she produced “All the Best”, “The All-Pro Dream Team”, and “Gift of Grab”. In addition, Andrea as well worked at WIP-Am as a contributing reporter to a pre-game show called Philadelphia Eagles.
Afterward, she went to ESPN in 1989 where she served as a correspondent located in Chicago and she was transferred to Los Angeles after five years. She was featured in several programs such as SportsCenter, Sunday NFL Countdown, ESPN Radio, ESPNEWS, Outside the Lines, and Monday Night Countdown.
She afterward went to NBC Sunday Night Football after leaving ESPN where she served as a contributor to Football Night in America and as a sideline reporter in 2006. After two years she left Sunday Night Football and went to Super Bowl XLIII in February 2009.
She has been working at HBO’s Real Sports together with Bryant Gumbel since 2007 where while serving there she covered one-on-one interviews with sports legends. She officially joined the NFL Network in 2012 as a Chief Correspondent.