Alex Curry first gained notoriety as the host of Angels Weekly.
As an avid athlete since high school, her passion for sports was evident in her work, earning her a spot on the coveted Fox Sports West team in 2012. Her other notable presenting gigs include the World University Games for Fox College Sports and the NBC Sports Pro Beach Volleyball Series.
Alex’s Husband: Who Is He? Wedding Specifics
Since 2nd July 2016, the sports host has been married to Jeff Nisen.
Alex and her mandate for a while before marrying in a wedding ceremony in Manhattan Beach, California. The host of mixed ethnic origin first announced her man on Twitter in 2011.
Following their lovely wedding ceremony, the couple headed off to Ibiza, Spain, for a two-week honeymoon.
When Jeff is not being a romantic husband to Alex, he pursues a musical career.
By trade, he is a guitarist, singer, and songwriter. He is a member of the hard rock band Enter Lose Control. The emerging band has already shared the stage with Pennywise, Pepper, Puddle of Mudd, Shiny Toy Guns, Unwritten Law, and Death By Stereo.
Jeff is a multi-talented musician, as he is a member of not one, but three bands. Bret Bollinger and Bad Habits are two of his other affiliations. He performs on tour with all three groups and also produces songs.
Notably, the multifaceted individual co-hosts a weekly podcast called Another Take.
Alex Curry’s Biography
Alex was born in Manhattan Beach, California in 1987.
The sports host, who turns 27 on May 27, grew up in a large family with three younger siblings. Tim and Peggy Curry produced four amazing daughters. They married in 1979, after eight years together. The four Curry sisters have a strong kinship as a result of their decades-long relationship.
Alex, the eldest of the siblings, attended Mira Costa High School, where she competed in both club and varsity soccer. When she wasn’t competing in sports, she found time to pursue musical theatre, which led to roles in school productions and television shows such as Still Standing and 7th Heaven.
She attended San Diego State University to study journalism after graduating from high school. She worked for Fuel TV while still in college. She also worked for Carson Daly’s Last Call With Carson Daly before joining Fox Sports West. Her parents were a constant source of encouragement throughout her studies and work.
Apart from being supportive parents, Alex’s parents are committed to philanthropy. The organization, Growing Great, was founded by her mother, and the entire family supports it in its mission to encourage healthy eating.
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