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. WCL is Chicago’s only live local talk show that features celebrities, musicians, restaurants, and all things Chicago. The show initially replaced the 9 am “Oprah” time slot in Chicago on WLS-TV. The working title was original “Morning Rush.” Chiaverini is credited with naming the show Windy City LIVE. Ryan graduated with a broadcast journalism degree in 2000 from the University of Colorado in Boulder. He was a “walk-on” defensive back before earning a full athletic scholarship in 1998. Ryan attended Corona High School (CA) and was senior class president and prom king.
Ryan is also a musician by hobby (singer/guitarist). In August 2014 he released “Chicago” on iTunes and YouTube. It’s a song he wrote and recorded with cameos by several prominent Chicagoans including Cubs Hall of Famer Ernie Banks. The proceeds from iTunes benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. He has also performed with friend and Grammy winner Richard Marx at a media charity event known as “Newsapalooza.” In 2012, Modern Luxury magazine named Ryan among Chicago’s Most eligible bachelors and New City named him “Best Looking Male TV Personality.”
Ryan Chiaverini Age
Ryan was born on October 12, 1977, in Southern California, California, United States. He is 41 years as of 2018.
Ryan Chiaverini Net Worth
Ryan has been successful in his professional career and has been able to earn a very good sum from his professional career. However Ryan Chiaverini net worth is still under review, but by viewing his career we can assume Ryan’s net worth to be in millions. Similarly, he also earns a good salary from his company ABC7, which is estimated to be around thousands of dollars.
Ryan started his professional career by joining KFBB in Great Falls, Montana, where he joined as the weekend sports anchor. During his work with KFBB, he produced, wrote short high school sports and also local college athletics. After then he moved to KTVQ where he worked in a similar position. In the year 2002, he joined KUSA and worked as a sports reporter gig.
During his work with KUSA, he covered the Denver Broncos and also served as the host of the Mike Shanahan Show and John Elway’s Crush Zone. After that in 2006, he joined WLS-TV, where he worked 5 years covering the Chicago Bulls, Chicago Bears, Chicago BlackHawks, and Chicago White Sox. Ryan also got promoted to Weekend Sports Anchor at WLS-TV. He also got the chance to host The “Chicago Huddle” for the 3 seasons, a weekly Bears show.
Ryan Chiaverini Wife
Chiaverini has a very successful professional life, but her personal life seems to be out of reach to the media. He has kept his personal life very private. He is yet to be married and have a wife. Also, there are no rumors regarding his dating life or being in a relationship with someone. He seems to be focused on his career and has given time for affairs.
Ryan Chiaverini Height/ Weight
Ryan Chiaverini height is still under review but by looking her she looks tall with that height. His height perfectly suits her and he has maintained a perfect body structure. He has a fit and muscular body.
Ryan Chiaverini Career
Ryan began his career at KFBB in Great Falls, Montana. As the weekend sports anchor. He wrote, produced, and shot primarily high school sports and local college athletics. Less than a year later, he accepted a similar position at KTVQ in Billings, MT. In 2002, At age 24, he landed a sports reporter gig at KUSA in Denver, Colorado.
He spent four seasons covering the Denver Broncos and served as a fill-in host for the Mike Shanahan Show and John Elway’s Crush Zone. In 2006, Ryan accepted a sports reporter job at WLS-TV and spent five years covering the Chicago Bears, Chicago Bulls, Chicago BlackHawks, Chicago Cubs, and Chicago White Sox. In 2010, Chiaverini was promoted to Weekend Sports Anchor at WLS-TV.
Ryan also hosted The “Chicago Huddle” for the 3 seasons, a weekly Bears show. Prior to winning season 9 of American Idol, Chicagoan Lee DeWyze was the show’s in house entertainment at the ESPN Zone in downtown Chicago.
Ryan Chiaverini Mother Died
Ryan’s mother passed away after more than a month in ICU with another battle with pneumonia and other complications. He spent weeks with her at the hospital and still nothing could prepare him for this loss.
Is Ryan Chiaverini Leaving Windy City Live
Chiaverini made an emotional return to “Windy City Live” this week after a month away from the daily talk show he co-hosts on ABC-owned WLS-Channel 7. He thanked his bosses for giving him an open-ended leave to be with his gravely ill mother in California.