Natasha Staniszewski (born May 25, 1979, in Edmonton, Canada) is a Canadian sports reporter and anchor on SportsCentre, TSN’s flagship news, and information program. She has hosted shows such as Edmonton Oilers and Eskimos, Grey Cup, and several other top-rated weekend sports shows in addition to her work for TSN.
Early Life of Natasha Staniszewski
Natasha Staniszewski was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on May 25, 1979. She is 40 years old as of 2019 and was born under the zodiac sign of Gemini. She is a Canadian by nationality and a North American by ethnicity. We don’t have any additional information about her parents or siblings yet, but we will do so soon.
Natasha graduated from a local city high school. She later enrolled at Alberta University to study business, but she later changed her major to sports broadcasting. As a result, she enrolled at NAIT to finish her broadcasting degree.
Net Worth and Salary of Natasha Staniszewski
Natasha Staniszewski is a well-known TSN anchor with a successful career. Natasha Staniszewski has a net worth of $1 million and an annual salary of $70000 as of 2019.
We do not have any additional information about her lifestyle, assets, or property, but we will update you as soon as possible.
Who is Natasha Staniszewski Husband?
Natasha is a married woman, according to her personal life. Bryan Mudryk, another sports reporter and coworker, proposed to her. Natasha revealed the news to TSN in June 2015 by posting a photo of herself and Bryan Mudryk. She was referring to Bryan in the photo as her anchor husband, which raised the possibility that they were married.
Body Measurement of Natasha Staniszewski
Staniszewski is 5’8″ tall. Her eyes are brown and her hair is blonde. Her weight, shoe size, and dress size are all unknowns.
Professional Career of Natasha Staniszewski
Staniszewski began her career as a news reporter at CTV Yorkton in Saskatchewan in 2006, then moved to CTV Prince Albert for sports reporting. She moved to CTV Saskatoon in 2007 to become the station’s sports anchor and reporter, covering the WHL and university athletics. She returned to CTV Edmonton two years later, where she began covering the Edmonton Eskimos, the Edmonton Oilers, and the 2010 Grey Cup. She also hosted the top-rated nightly and weekend sportscasts for the station.
Natasha co-hosted the weekend Sportscentre with Bryan Mudryk for a short time after Holly Horton left in 2011, but she has been there since July 6th, 2013. She then joined Kate Beirness on the morning Sportscentre show. She and her co-anchor became the show’s first regular female anchor duo. Natasha kept the show’s shift going until 2018.
She now regularly anchors Sports Centre alongside another female partner, Lindsay Hamilton, and the female duo serves as an alternative morning show to SC with Jay and Dan.