If you are a fan of Fox Network show Outnumbered, then you’d certainly know Andrea Tantaros who was a co-anchor of the program. She is also notable for being among the original hosts of Fox Network’s panel talk show, The Five. Although she was last seen on Fox Network in 2016, the stunning analyst has been making headlines following her sexual assault allegations against a fellow Fox News employee.
Also a Republican, Andrea is a conservative political contributor and a talk show host. She began her career in 2003 after she acquired a master’s degree from The University of Paris in France. In addition to her stints on Fox News Channel, the political analyst has also worked with notable politicians in the United States. While fans have been curious to know what happened to their favorite talk show host, we have gathered interesting facts about Andrea below. Read on…
Bio & Age – Who is Andrea Tantaros?
The conservative political analyst was born as Andreana Konstantina Tantaros on the 30th day of December 1978 and her birth took place in Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States. She was born to a Greek father, Konstantinos Tantaros and Italian mother, Barbara Tantaros. Through her parents, Andrea has Greek and Italian ancestry while her nationality is American. Her family has a business Pied Piper Diner where she had previously worked.
Growing up, she completed her basic education at Parkland High School situated in Allentown. After graduation, she made her way to Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania where she bagged a degree in Journalism and French. She is also fluent in Spanish and Greek languages.
Soon after she graduated from college, she interned for CNN’s Crossfire program where she helped in the coverage of the Republican National Convention held in Philadelphia. Afterward, Andrea went on to acquire a master’s degree from the University of Paris in Paris, France. Shortly after she completed her master’s degree program in 2003, she moved to Washington, D. C. where she kicked off her professional career.
Andrea kicked off her professional career in 2003 and her first stint was to serve as a spokesperson for the then-Massachusetts’ Governor William Weld. She also served in the same capacity for the Congressman, Pat Toomey as well as, Thomas Reynolds, a former National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman.
Two years later, she relocated to New York City where she set up Andrea Tantaros Media; a media strategy and crisis management consulting firm. Through her company, Andrea worked for different political campaigns and with notable companies like Fortune 500, among others.
In 2010, she joined Fox Network, working as a political analyst and commentator. While there, she became a co-host of Fox’s The Five in 2011. Three years later, she started co-hosting another talk show called Outnumbered in 2014. However, following her sexual assault allegation against her Fox News colleague in 2016, she was removed from the show. Since then, nothing much has been heard of her to date.
Is She Married, Who is Her Husband?
The renowned political analyst hasn’t been so vocal when it comes to the details of her personal life. Hence, there is no much info regarding her love life and relationships. The much we know is that Andrea Tantaros is currently in a relationship with a guitarist named David Navarro.
While Andrea is yet to make it down the aisle for the first time, David has been married three times. His most publicized marriage was with Carmen Electra, a supermodel, whom he married from 2003 to 2007.
Andrea and Dave fell in love with each other a few years ago and in February 2015, they began a romantic relationship. Since then, the couple has always been spotted together at public places and events. Although they have been together for over three years, it is not known if these two have plans of spending the rest of their lives together. We hope they do.
Where is Andrea Tantaros Now?
In 2016, Andrea Tantaros stopped making appearances both on The Five and Outnumbered TV shows on Fox Network. This prompted her fans to become curious about her whereabouts. However, the political analyst later made a revelation via a lawsuit which she filed in August 2016. She alleged that she was approached by Fox News Executives regarding Roger Ailes sexually assaulting her 2015.
According to Andrea, after the confrontation, she was soon demoted from The Five to Fox’s Outnumbered and was eventually removed entirely from appearing on-air in April 2016. Since then, the case has been ongoing and in 2018, her lawsuit was dismissed by a judge due to lack of evidence. That being said, it is not known, what Andrea Tantaros is up to at the moment; albeit we hope to keep you posted when we know something.