Facts of Andrea Tantaros
|Date of Birth :|
|Age :||40 years old|
|Family Name :||Tantaros|
|Birth Place :||United States|
|Birth Sign :||sagittarius|
|Height :||5 Feet 4 Inch|
|Birth Name||Andrea K. Tantaros|
|Birth Place/City||Allentown, Pennsylvania|
|Working For||Fox News Channel|
|Net Worth||1.5 Million|
|Salary||0.30 Million USD|
|Body Measurements||36-25-33 inches|
|Hair Color||Brown Dark|
|Eye Color||Brown Light|
|Weight in KG||56 kg|
|Famous for||Conservative political analyst|
|Education||Parkland High School, Lehigh University|
|Online Presence||Wiki, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram|
|TV Show||The Five|
An American conservative political analyst and also a commentator who co-host on TV show named The Five on Fox News Channel. She is of Greek descent. When she was young she used to work as a waitress in her family restaurant named "Pied Piper Diner". She earned her graduate degree from Parkland High School. She majored in journalism and French from Lehigh University. She is also Former intern to Bill Press. An interesting fact is that she used to be gymnast when she was young.
Early Life of Andrea Tantaros
Andrea Tantaros was born Andreana Kostantina Tantaros on December 30, 1978, in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Her mother is of Italian descent whereas her father is a Greek Immigrants so she belongs to the mixed ethnicity.
Tantaros's parents are Konstantinos Tantaros and Barbara Tantaros. She has two older siblings, Thea Tantaros and Dean Tantaros. She also had a younger brother named Daniel Tantaros, who died in 2013. He was only 31 years old.
Her family owned a restaurant, Pipe Piper Diva where she used to work. She attended the Parkland High School and completed her schooling in 1997.
Later she joined the Lehigh University, where she completed her graduation with the major subject as French and journalism in 2001.
During her college days, she aggressively occupied in the Academy newspaper and repeatedly wrote political commentary. Later, she moved to France to follow her post from The Universite de Paris and after completing her post-graduate, she shifted to Washington D.C.in 2003 to follow her superior dreams.
Andrea Tantaros's Career
Andrea Tantaros began her professional career as a spokesperson, she worked for many popular politicians like; Massachusetts Governor William Weld, Congressman Pat Toomey, and former National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Thomas Reynolds.
In 2010, she joined the Fox News Channel as a political contributor and after a year, she was named as a co-host of The Five which was the second-most watched program in cable news by 2013.
She co-hosts the Outnumbered in 2014 but in 2016 she pulled from the show and Fox News said the reason behind is "contract issues."
Andrea Tantaros's Net Worth
Andrea Tantaros has earned a quite impressive sum from her journalism career as her net worth is estimated around $1.5 million. She is an apex political analyst and her average salary ranges from $150,000 - $200,000 per year.
Besides this, she is also the owner of a company that facilitates Fortune 500 companies’ getting strategic support.
Andrea Tantaros's Personal Life
Tantaros, thirty-nine years old gorgeous anchor is still unmarried. She is very confidential about her personal life. She has not disclosed any information about her past affair.
However, Us Weekly reported in April 2015 the 37-year-old was dating Dave Navarro, the guitarist for Jane’s Addiction who was previously married to model Carmen Electra.
Meanwhile, Andrea was interviewed in the media where she said she is not currently thinking of marrying and settling life but she is looking for some guy with good virtue and talent. Since she is very career oriented we can guess it's the reason for her not being married yet.
Fox News Controversy
In August 2016, Andrea approached Fox News executives about Roger Ailes who sexually harassed her in 2015 for which she is demoted from The Five to Outnumbered and later she has taken off the air in April 2016.
She filed a case against Fox News for sexual harassment and also claimed that Bill O'Reilly, Dean Cain, and Scott Brown made inappropriate comments to her, even Brown and Cain touched her without her consent.
Tantaros further claimed in the lawsuit "Fox News masquerades as a defender of traditional family values, but behind the scenes, it operates like a sex-fueled, Playboy Mansion-like cult, steeped in intimidation, indecency, and misogyny.”
She listed several examples of sexual harassment by Ailes, including an allegation that he told her to "turn around so I can get a good look at you." He also once allegedly told her, "I bet you look good in a bikini."
She further stated she was only removed from The Five in retaliation for her complaints to Fox New Executives. However, the network denied she ever told them about the incidents with the Allies, but only about incidents with other employees. The network also claimed to conduct an investigation, but Tantaros's lawyer disputed that.
When Tantaros went off the air, sources said it was done with "issues" with her contract. On August 29, Fox News responded with its own filing, calling Tantaros an "opportunist" and her suspension was due to the breach of her contract when she published her book without prior approval from the company.
Tantaros later went to the show Good Morning America on 4th October and said she is looking to bring "accountability" to Fox News.
Check out the video of Andrea Tantaros where she speaks about 'GMA',