Andrea Tantaros is an American political analyst and former television host from Allentown, Pennsylvania. She served as a co-host on Fox News Channel’s Outnumbered and The Five. She made it to the headline when she sued Fox News on grounds of sexual harassment in August 2016 and the court later dismissed her lawsuit in May 2018.
Andrea Tantaros Biography
Andrea Tantaros was born on the 30th of December 1978, in Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States of America. She is currently 43 years old. Check out her personal statistics:
|Andreana Kostantina Tantaros
|Date of Birth
|December 30, 1978
|Place of Birth
|Allentown, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|43 years old
|Political Analyst, Former TV Host
|Italian and Greek
Family and Education
Despite her national popularity, Andrea Tantaros refrains herself from sharing any information about her family background like who her parents are and the identity of her siblings are unknown as well. She grew up in her hometown along with her disabled younger brother, Daniel Tantaros (aka Danny), who was autistic. She has three siblings; an older sister an older brother and a younger brother. Her mother is Italian whereas her father is of Greek descent and they ran a family-owned restaurant called Pied Piper Diner in Allentown. She used to work there during her free time.
As far as her education is concerned, Andrea attended Parkland High School, located in South Whitehall Township, Pennsylvania. After graduating from high school, she enrolled at Lehigh University from where she earned her degree in French language and journalism. She, then, moved to Paris, France, where she did her Master’s degree in journalism and French language at Sorbonne University.
Andrea Tantaros Husband
Speaking about her romantic life, Andrea Tantaros is a private person and hasn’t revealed anything about her romantic involvements, current or in the past. According to reports, she is in a relationship with Jane’s Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro since 2015. He has had been a guitarist in such bands like Red Hot Chili Peppers and Deconstruction, to name a few.
Andrea Tantaros is an attractive woman with a curvy hourglass-shaped body. It’s no wonder why she caught up in sexual harassment allegations, possessing a voluptuous figure with large natural breasts, slim waist, and round hips. She is usually dressed up with tight sexy short skirts and stockings, complemented with a pair of high heels, flaunting her sleek, slender, and tanned legs. She goes to the gym regularly to maintain her slim and curvy figure.
|Feet – 5 feet 4 inches
Centimeters – 163 cm
Meters – 1.63 m
|Kilograms – 61 kg
Pounds – 135 lbs
|8 (US) / 40 (EU) / 12 (UK)
Television and Political Career
While pursuing her studies at Lehigh University, Andrea worked as an intern for CNN’s “Crossfire” program. She was also an intern at Bill Press. She then moved to France to further her studies. Andrea also worked as a political columnist for New York Daily News.
After returning from France, she secured a job as a spokesperson for Massachusetts Governor William Weld and also worked for Congressman Pat Toomey, and later the National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Thomas Reynolds. She founded her own company called Andrea Tantaros Media in 2005, which provided crisis management and media strategy consulting to Fortune 500 companies and political campaigns.
In April 2010, Fox News Channel recruited her as a political contributor and within a year, she got promotion as one of the co-hosts of “The Five”, a political news show. Over time, the show became the second-most-watched program in cable news, beating its competitors on MSNBC and CNN.
In 2014, she departed from The Five and joined “Outnumbered” as a co-host. Andrea was pulled from the show on April 25, 2016, for what Fox News said were “contract issues” following her sexual harassment against the network.
Andrea Tantaros Net Worth
How rich is Andrea Tantaros? Andrea has a net worth of $3.5 million dollars, as of 2024, thanks to her successful television career as a host and her company.
Andrea Tantaros Facts
She used to work as a waitress in her family’s restaurant in her teenage years.
Andrea sued Fox News Channel in 2016 claiming that the network’s personnel Ailes, Scott Brown, Dean Cain, and Billy O’Reilly sexually harassed her, made inappropriate comments, and that Brown and Cain touched her without her consent. The case was dismissed by the court in May 2018, citing a lack of “factual support”.
She published the book entitled “Tied Up in Knots: How Getting What We Wanted to be Made Women Miserable” in 2016.
In 2016, Andrea was in the news again when her editor Michael Krechmer filed a lawsuit stating that he was the ghostwriter of the book, and Tantaros did not pay him the full amount they agreed to. Her attorney claimed that Fox News was behind these accusations and eventually the case was dismissed.
Currently, she is a vice-president with Sloane and Company where she specializes in crisis communications, healthcare and public affairs clients.
She is an avid fan of classic rock, including Rush and Kansas.
Her favorite Christmas movie is White Christmas, which was released in 1954.
Andrea Tantaros is active on social media, especially Twitter and Facebook. She has over 500k followers on Twitter and 600k followers on Facebook.
She is a Republican.