Sam Ryan Biography
Sam Ryan (real name – Samantha Ryan) is an American Emmy Award-winning Anchor/Reporter working for WABC in New York City as a Sports Anchor. She re-joined the station in June 2018.
Sam Ryan Age / Birthday
Ryan was born on February 5, 1969, in Lake Ronkonkoma, New York, United States. As a result, she is 53 years old as of 2022 and celebrates her birthday on February 5 every year.
Sam Ryan Height / Measurements
Ryan is of average body stature and stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m).
Sam Ryan Partner / Husband
Ryan is married to Jeff Ryan, a meteorologist. Information about their wedding and engagement is unknown at the moment. Further information about her husband and their love life will be updated as soon as they are available.
Sam Ryan Kids / Children
Ryan and her husband Jeff are proud parents to their 2 children, Jensen Ryan and Nicklaus Ryan (firstborn). Jensen is 17 years old as of 2022 having been born in the year 2005. Nicklaus is 19 years old as of 2022 having been born in the year 2003. Ryan likes spending her spare time with her kids and husband. The family lives in New York.
Sam Ryan Family / Relatives
Ryan manages to keep information regarding her parents away from the limelight. Additionally, she shares no information regarding whether she has any siblings or not. We will update this information once it’s available.
Sam Ryan Career
Ryan serves at WABC as a weekend evening sports anchor on Eyewitness News. This is her second stint at the station. His first stint was in September 2002 where he served as a weekend morning sports anchor and reporter, for a year. After the first stint, she went to work for ESPN as a full-time sideline reporter. From there, she moved to CBS Sports and WCBS-TV.
After that, Ryan joined MLB Network where she served as a studio host and reporter. She also made appearances on MLB Network’s Quick Pitch, The Rundown, and game productions, as well as other studio programming. In the year 2017, Ryan provided live on-air coverage from the ground of the League Championship Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago Cubs, on TBS and MLB Network.
Ryan worked for WFAN New York, WVIT Hartford, and WBAB Babylon, New York, earlier in her career. She has also served at Fox Sports New York and ABC Radio Network. At ABC Sports and ESPN, Ryan reported on multiple national sporting events such as Home Run Derby, NHL on ABC, College Football, Sunday Night Baseball, the 2005 Monday Night Football broadcasts, Stanley Cup Playoffs, and Little League World Series.
Ryan has also contributed to CBS Sports’ coverage of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship and The NFL on CBS. For 2 years (2015 to 2017), she studio hosted and reported on the MLB postseason for Turner Sports as the in-game reporter, at the MLB Network. Ryan has also co-anchored “Marathon Sunday,” ABC-7’s NYC Marathon Coverage. This was one of her first assignments after her return to WABC.
When coming to Ryan’s education, she is a graduate of the New York Institute of Technology and Hofstra University. At Hofstra, he majored in communications. During her leisure, she likes running. She has completed 10 marathons, including 4 New York City Marathons. Ryan is an advocate for youth fitness and she is an NYRR Team for Kids Ambassador.
Sam Ryan Salary
Ryan receives an annual income ranging between $30,000 and $90,000.
Sam Ryan Net Worth
Through Ryan’s career as an Anchor/Reporter, she has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges between $1 Million and $ 5 Million.
Sam Ryan Twitter
Ryan is active on her social media account. She has 81.3K followers on her Twitter account.
Sam Ryan WABC – ABC7NY
Ryan works at WABC – ABC7NY where she works with her fellow colleagues who are anchors, reporters, and meteorologists and they include;
- N.J. Burkett
- Crystal Cranmore
- Naveen Dhaliwal
- Josh Einiger
- Lauren Glassberg
- Toni Yates
- Darla Miles
- Mike Marza
- CeFaan Kim
- Dan Krauth
- Chanteé Lans
- Heather O’Rourke
- Stacey Sager