Former Fox News Channel Tv host

Former Fox News Channel Tv host

Andrea Konstantina Tantaros, formally known as Andrea Tantaros, was a rising star at Fox News, a political analyst and co-host of the popular show The Five, until 2016 when she left after suing them for sexual harassment.

Andrea Tantaros was born on 30 December 1978 in Allentown, Pennsylvania. She is of an immigrant Greek family that she considers herself lucky to be a part of. As a teenager, she was working as a waitress at her family’s restaurant named the «Pied Piper Diner».

Tantaros graduated from Parkland High School in 1997 and in 2001, she graduated from Lehigh University, where she majored in journalism and French.

The famous journalist was rotating as a co-host on The Five and Outnumbered on Fox News Channel, she also appeared regularly on the Fox Business Channel and wrote a weekly column for the New York Daily News and Newsmax. Tantaros joined the network as a contributor in 2010.

On Outnumbered, Tantaros is part of an ensemble featuring four female panelists and one rotating male that tackles top headlines from all angles and perspectives.

She has also served as host of the national radio talk show “The Andrea Tantaros Show” from 2012-2013, along with writing a syndicated column for the NY Daily News.

Throughout her career, the journalist has served in senior communications roles on a number of high-profile political campaigns, including communications director for former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld where she led the media operation against former New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer.

Tantaros is also credited with helping former National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Thomas Reynolds secure a narrow re-election victory during a tumultuous 2006 election cycle.

On Capitol Hill, Tantaros served as press secretary to Republican leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives where she was responsible for helping craft and execute the media strategy for the Republican majority.

Tantaros also worked for former Reagan pollster Richard Wirthlin and as deputy press secretary to former Congressman Patrick Toomey.

Additionally, Tantaros served as a vice president at a public affairs firm in Manhattan where she advised Fortune 500 corporations on crisis management and media strategy and contributed to CNN’s Crossfire.

She has appeared on CNBC and MSNBC.