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Amber Theoharis

Sportscaster/Host

@AmberTheoharis

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Amber Theoharis is an Emmy-award-winning sportscaster and host of NFL Network's signature show of record, NFL Total Access. During the NFL season, the Maryland native also hosts The Coaches show with former NFL coaches Brian Billick and Steve Mariucci.


Prior to making the big move to Los Angeles, Amber spent nine years in the Baltimore/Washington market as an anchor/reporter for Mid Atlantic Sports Network (MASN), WRC-TV and WBFF-TV. You could also catch Amber on MLB Network reporting live from ballparks across the country as an Orioles and Nationals correspondent.


During her time at MASN, Amber spent four seasons traveling as a beat reporter with the Baltimore Orioles, as well as the Baltimore Ravens. She also hosted a number of MASN's studio shows including, O's Xtra, Ravens Xtra, Ravens Wired, The Mid Atlantic Sports Report and Playmakers.


The opinionated host never strays too far from her love of radio and print. From 2007-2009 she hosted The A List with Amber Theoharis on ESPN Radio 1300 and 105.7 The Fan in Baltimore. Amber also spent three years as a columnist for the Baltimore based-newspaper Press Box writing her weekly editorial Like It Is.


The former news reporter broke into sports as weekend sports anchor and co-host of Buckeye Football Fever at WSYX-TV in Columbus, OH.


Prior to Columbus, Amber worked in the largest television market in the country, New York City, for WNBC-TV where she was a breaking news helicopter reporter. Throughout her versatile career Amber has also held on-air positions at New 12 Long Island and WBOC-TV in Salisbury MD. She began her career as a production assistant at WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C.


Previously named Maryland Sportscaster of the Year by The National Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association, Amber is the recipient of two Associated Press awards for sports journalism and has been recognized in Forbes Magazine and Baltimore Magazine.


Amber is a proud graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park where she earned a B.A. in journalism. She enjoys returning to UMD's Phillip Merrill School of Journalism as a guest lecturer on sports media.


Amber, her husband Todd and daughter Dylan Mattea reside in Los Angeles, CA.

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