Gifted in beauty as well as talents, Amanda Balionis is a sports reporter known for her passionate and entertaining reporting of golf for CBS Sport and is a very dignified reporter in the sports news field. The Pennsylvania native was always interested in sports and was an avid athlete during her high school years. She started work in the journalism field from her college years.
Amanda Balionis was born on 20 June 1987 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. She is a Gemini as per her birth sign. She was born to father Anthony Balionis and mother Dana Balionis. Her nationality is White and she is an American by nationality.
She left her hometown and moved with her family to Lancaster, Pennsylvania when she was just 10 years old.
Balionis attended Hofstra University where she studied and graduated in Broadcast Journalism. She was as talented in her academics as she was in sports. She graduated from the University in 2008.
As of March 2019, Balionis is single and there is no information about her former affairs and past relationships in the media as well as tabloid sources. However, she posted some tweets about her ex-boyfriend in March of 2016.
She has also never been spotted in public with anyone. Likewise, she is secretive about her relationships and prefers to keep an under the radar persona about her love life and dating life.
Balionis is a successful actress and her work is loved by a wide audience. From her career as an actress, she is estimated to have a net worth of around $1 million as of March 2019. Although the exact figures of her salary are not available the average sports reporter earns a salary anywhere from $37,446 to $147,782.
She spends her decent net worth lavishly and spent anywhere from $750 to $1500 on a Pug and a Cockapoo which can cost from $100-$1200.
As for her career, she was interested in sports from an early age and she also came from a golf-obsessed family. She started working in the field of journalism by interning at the New York Jets. She worked for Lancaster Newspaper as a reporter between 2008 and 2009.
Likewise, in 2011 she interviewed for a digital position to work with PGATour.com. This job turned out to be her opportunity to work as a sports reporter covering professional sports. Then she became the golf reporter for CBS Sport in 2017 which was her breakthrough job.