Ryan Chiaverini Biography
Ryan Chiaverini is a Chicago/ Midwest Emmy Award-winning television personality and the co-host of Windy City Live on ABC Chicago, WLS-TV, alongside Val Warner. The show initially replaced the 9 am “Oprah” time slot in Chicago on WLS-TV. Previously, the working title was originally called the Morning Rush. Moreover, Ryan was credited with naming the show Windy City Live, WCL. WCL is Chicago’s only live talk show that features celebrities, musicians, restaurants, and all things Chicago.
Ryan Chiaverini Age| Birthday
Chiaverini is 43 years old as of October 2020. He was born on October 12, 1977, in Southern California, in the United States. Ryan usually celebrates his birthday on 12th October each year. Chiaverini horoscope sign is Libra.
Ryan Chiaverini Education
Ryan attended Corona High School and he was senior class president and prom king. He then joined and graduated from the University of Colorado in Boulder in 2000 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast journalism.
Ryan Chiaverini Family| Siblings
Ryan was born in Southern California, the United States. He is the son of Ed Chiaverini, his dad, and the late Edna Avery. His mom passed away a month after been in ICU battling with pneumonia and other complications. Ryan spent weeks in hospital with her mom before her passing away.
Chiaverini has two siblings named Darrin Chiaverini and Zach Chiaverini. Ryan also has a nephew called Curtis Chiaverini. Unfortunately, much information concerning them is not yet known. However, as soon as the information is available we will keep you posted.
Ryan Chiaverini Wife| Children
Information regarding Ryans wife and children is yet known to the domain since he likes to keep his personal life private. However, as soon as the information is available to the domain we will keep you updated.
Chiaverini Height| Weight
Ryan stands at an average height of approximately 6 feet 1 inch tall. His weight is still under review.
Ryan Chiaverini Career
Chiaverini began his career at KFBB in Great Falls, Montana as a weekend sports anchor. He wrote, produced, and shot primarily high school sports and local college athletics.
Just less than a year, Ryan accepted a similar position, as a weekend sports anchor, at KTVQ in Billings, MT. Fortunately, in 2002 when he was 24 years old, he landed a sports reporter gig at KUSA in Denver, Colorado. He spent four seasons covering the Denver Broncos and served as s fill-in cost for the Mike Shanahan Show and John Elway’s Crush Zone.
Ryan accepted to be a sports reporter at WLS-TV in 2006,. He spent five years covering the Chicago Bears, Chicago Bulls, Chicago BlackHawks, Chicago Cubs, and Chicago White Sox. He was promoted to be a weekend sports anchor at WLS-TV in 2010.
Additionally, Chiaverini hosted The Chicago Huddle for three consecutive seasons a weekly Bears show. Ryan won season 9 of American Idol, Chicagoan Lee DeWyze, the show in house entertainment at the ESPN Zone in downtown Chicago.
Furthermore, Ryan is also a musician by a hobby that is a singer and guitarist. He released “Chicago” in August 2014 on iTunes and Youtube. This was a song he wrote and recorded with cameos by several prominent Chicagoans including the Clubs Hall of Famer Ernie Banks. The proceeds from iTunes benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Additionally, he has performed with his friend and Grammy winner Richard Marx at a media clarity event called Newsapalooza. Modern Luxury Magazine, in 2001, named Ryan among Chicago’s Most Eligible Bachelors and New City named him as the Best Looking Male TV Personality.
Ryan Series The 2 Minute Warning
Despite Chiaverini winning a Chicago Midwest Emmy for Program Host/Moderator on WCL, his 2 Minute Warning segment has been nominated for Emmy. The 2 Minute Warning is a series of rapid-fire, ridiculous questions purposely made to trigger funny responses from famous personalities, athletes, and celebrities. Larry King, Mike Tyson, Guiliana Rancic, Joe, and Nick Jonas, Jimmy Kimmel, Diane Sawyer, The Wayans Bros, and Susan Lucci are among the featured names in the series.
Ryan Chiaverini Net Worth
Chiaverini has an estimated net worth of around $1 million to $5 million earned through her successful career as a television personality.
Chiaverini receives an estimated annual salary of around $72,534 according to the WLS-TV anchor’s salary.