• Antonietta Collins is a 32-year-old Hispanic Mexican TV journalist and news anchor, best known for her presence on ESPN's "SportsCenter."
• She was born in Mexico City, Mexico, and attended the University of Mount Union in Ohio, where she graduated with a degree in Communications and a minor in Sports Management.
• She has held various positions in the TV journalism industry over the past decade, and her mother is the award-winning journalist, Maria Antonietta Collins.
• Antonietta's net worth is estimated to be around $4 million, and her annual salary is said to be $200,000.
• She is active on various social media platforms, with her Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts boasting over 3,000, 80,000 and 65,000 followers respectively.


Who is Antonietta Collins, the ESPN news anchor?

Born Antonietta Gonzalez-Collins under the sign of Scorpio on the 22nd of November 1985, in Mexico City, Mexico, Antonietta ‘Toni’ Collins is a 32-year-old Hispanic Mexican TV journalist and news anchor, now with American citizenship. She is perhaps best known for her significant screen presence on television as the ESPN news anchor on “SportsCenter.” She has held a number of other positions across various TV channels throughout her career in the sometimes lucrative TV journalism profession, over the last decade.

Early Life and Education

Antonietta’s parents were originally from Veracruz, but later moved to Mexico City, where she was raised with her older sister. Her mother is the award-winning journalist and the author of seven best-sellers – Maria Antonieta Collins. Her father’s identity and profession are unknown, but he and her mother divorced in 1992. Maria later married a naval architect named Fabio Fajardo, who sadly passed away from kidney cancer in 2006. As per her education, she attended high school in Mexico City, where she also excelled at soccer, and was selected for the Mexican Women’s U19 national soccer team. After her matriculation, her parents moved over to Miami, Florida USA; having already visited her sister in Canton, Ohio, where she toured the University of Mount Union, she enrolled there as a media studies major, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in communications and a minor in sports management in 2007. One of her college professors is known to have been Mark Bergmann, the manager of WRMU 91.1 FM, who encouraged her to pursue her current career.


While still in college, Antonietta interned for the Cleveland Cavaliers and the CHL team Youngstown SteelHounds, interviewing players before and after the match. Her first real job was that of an assistant at Univision based in Miami. She was later hired by a CBS affiliate as a sports reporter in St. Petersburg, remaining there until 2009, when she moved to Rio Grande Valley in Texas as a news reporter for the Spanish channel KNVO TV 48 Univision, as well as Fox2 News. She would also fill-in as a sports and weather anchor, reporting in both Spanish and English. Later on she passed on to the Univision’s Dallas-based affiliate Deportes 23, where she was an anchor and reporter, and also produced the Univision 23 local sports show entitled “Accion Deportiva Extra”, which she anchored as well. She was eventually promoted to the position of the morning show host of “Despierta America”, meanwhile also serving on the shows “Primer Impacto” and “Contacto Deportivo.” In 2013, ESPN made her a better offer, and she moved over as a member of the digital media team, rising through numerous promotions until finally becoming the anchor of “Sportscenter” in February 2016, where she remains today.

Love Life

As for Antonietta’s romantic involvements, not much can be said with certainty. Thus far, there hasn’t been any controversy surrounding her sexuality, in spite of the fact that she hasn’t been known to be in a relationship with any man, and that she hasn’t even be seen attending any event in male company. The star herself chooses to keep the fans in the dark on this matter, and until she decides to reveal more, her relationship status remains unknown.

Her Mother

Born Maria Antonieta Collins Flores on the 12th of May 1952 in Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz, Mexico, Antonietta’s mother is a 66-year-old four-time Emmy Award winning journalist, two of which are National Emmys, and she also has the Edward Murrow Award. She is world-famous for her achievements in journalism, such as being named the successor of Maria Celeste Arraras, who is one of the world’s 20 most powerful women, according to Newsweek magazine. Antonietta owes a great deal of her fame to her mother’s legacy.

What is Antonietta Collins’ Net Worth?

Have you ever wondered how rich Antonietta Collins is, as of mid-2018? According to various authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the current total of Antonietta’s accumulated wealth is close to $4 million, while her annual salary is said to be $200,000, largely aided by her successes in the news industry, while the greatest contribution comes from her long-term presence on television as the ESPN news anchor on “Sports Center.” As her career continues to develop, the said amount can be expected to increase.

Body Measurements

Concerning the physical attributes of the experienced anchor, her vital statistics are said to be 32-25-34, her height 5ft 8ins (1,73m), and her current weight 119lbs (54kg). Her body shape is generally described as fit, while her hair color is dark brown as well as her eyes.

Social Media Presence

Due to the major influence of social networks, it is nowadays a regular thing for active anchors to nourish a close and active relationship with their fans, for the sake of increasing the popularity of the TV companies they’re employed at, and thus their own net worth. Antonietta herself seems to be a regular subscriber, if not the leading example of this celebrity trend, as she is quite ubiquitous on most social networks. Her Facebook account is followed by over 3,000 people, her Twitter account by a much higher 80,000 fans, and her Instagram account has more than 65,000 followers.

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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