|Date of Birth||October 23, 1973 (age 40)|
|Working for||Television Programs|
|Net Worth(s)||$1.5 million|
|Name on Birth||Alex Flanagan|
|Body Measurements||32 - 25 - 30 inch. (approx.)|
Alex Flanagan is a sportscaster for NBC and The NFL Network. She has reported from seven Super Bowls and is currently part of NFL Network's Thursday Night Football broadcast team as a host and reporter for the NFL Network since 2006.
The charming sports broadcaster Alex Flanagan was born on September 23, 1973 in America.
She graduated from the University of Arizona and Salpointe Catholic High School in Tucson, Arizona.
Career and struggle
Flanagan began her television career as a reporter and weekend anchor at KCCO-TV in Alexandria, Minn., and worked in the same capacity for WSFA-TV in Montgomery, Alaska.
Before joining ESPN, Flanagan worked for the Fox Sports Network. She was the featured reporter on "The Keith Olbermann Evening News," served as a reporter for "The National Sports Report" and was a producer/reporter on the Emmy-nominated weekly sports investigative magazine show "Goin'Deep."
Prior to the NFL Network, Flanagan worked at ESPN where she spent five years reporting from the college football sidelines. She also served as a sideline reporter for the College World Series, The Women's Tennis Association's Tour Championships and the NCAA women's basketball tournament. As a reporter for SportsCenter she covered the NBA playoffs, spring training and the NCAA's Men's basketball tournament. While at ESPN she also did a weekly segment for NFL Monday night countdown and served as a co-host of the Home Depot College Football Awards and ESPN Classic road shows.
Flanagan is NBC's longtime sideline reporter for Notre Dame Football home games, most recently teaming with Tom Hammond and Mike Mayock. She also serves in the same capacity for NFL Network for coverage of its Thursday night games. Flanagan has been a host and reporter for numerous programs on NFL Network since 2006.
In addition to her work on football, Flanagan served as a sports desk reporter for NBC Sports at the Vancouver Olympics and as host of CNBC and USA Network's coverage in Beijing. Flanagan helped bring an extra element of reality to EA Sport's Madden 2010 by providing commentary for the game's first post-game show.
Alex Flanagan will contribute to NBC Sports' Super Bowl coverage for a second time when she serves as a reporter during pre-game. In February of 2009, Flanagan was teamed with Al Michaels, John Madden and Andrea Kremer as a sideline reporter for NBC's broadcast of Super Bowl 43.
Husband, Marriage and Divorce
She is married to former basketball player for University of Arizona, Kevin Flanagan. They have two daughters and a son. Alex's family owns the Arizona steak restaurants "The Steak Out" and “Dove Mountain.”
Hot pictures, Legs and Feet
She is 40 years old but still looks hot and gorgeous. Many pictures of her can be found in the internet. Hot pictures of her are found in a wide range of galleries in the internet. She has a good looking feets and legs.
Height, weight and age
She has a height of 183 centimeters which is a significant height for a TV personality.
She has maintained her body figure very well in the years. She still looks hot and sexy.
She is an American citizen and is from white ethnicity.
Net Worth, Salary and income
Alex Flanagan is an American sportscaster who has a net worth of 750 thousand dollars.
Job and future
Alex Flanagan will contribute to NBC Sports' Super Bowl coverage for a second time when she serves as a reporter during pre-game. She is doing very well in her sports broadcasting career and certainly has a very bright future.