Abby Hornacek Bio – Boyfriend & Family Details | Age, Birthday & Height Along With Her Salary

Fox Nation has welcomed their newest addition!

Recently, American journalist Abby Hornacek has signed on to work with Fox Nation, which is a subscription-based streaming service. Besides, she is famous as the daughter of Utah Jazz legend Jeff Hornacek. She will be a travel and lifestyle host on the network.

Abby will make her debut as host of a Fox News special called, Fox Nation: In Depth on Super Bowl Sunday. Previously, she worked as a sideline reporter for Fox Sports and a contributor to ESPN.

Here is more about Abby Hornacek bio, including her age, height, birthday, family, boyfriend, parents, and other wiki facts.

Celeb Facts

Birth NameAbby Hornacek
BirthdayApril 25, 1994
Age24
BirthplaceParadise, Arizona
Zodiac SignTaurus
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite
Height5 feet 10 inches
ProfessionJournalist, TV host
ParentsJeff Hornacek and Stacy Hornacek
Dating/BoyfriendNo
Married/HusbandNo
SiblingsBrothers: Tyler and Ryan
SalaryN/A

Who is Abby Hornacek Boyfriend?

Due to the epitome of beauty and charm that Abby possesses, fans are interested to know about her boyfriend and dating history. However, she has nothing to gush or reveal about her dating life.

Abby has lived a low-key life and has never come forward with her boyfriend publicly. Probably, she doesn’t want people to talk about her boyfriend and love affairs. Or, she has always been single. On the contrary, she often posts photos of her family and brothers with whom she shares a splendid bond on her Instagram.

Abby Hornacek brothers, siblings, family
Abby Hornacek with her two brothers.

As of now, Abby is apparently single. She has not made her relationship status public.

Abby Hornacek Salary, Net worth & TV Career

Since February 2019, Abby works as a lifestyle, sports, and travel host on Fox Nation. However, she already had a lot of experience in the sports media world. Apart from her USC media career, she was a production intern for Fox Sports 1. She also assisted producers for station programming and sometimes appeared on air.

Abby Hornacek salary, net worth, career

Before joining Fox Nation, Abby served at ESPN as a contributor. She worked for Fox Sports as a sideline reporter and hosted “San Diego Prep Insider” on Fox Sports San Diego. She presented “The Rally” on digital sports network Stadium, which was the first live-streamed sports and entertainment show on Twitter. Speaking of her new journey with Fox Nation, she said:

‘’I am ecstatic to begin my journey here at Fox Nation, bringing a whole new realm of creative content to this innovative platform. My programs will showcase exciting trips throughout the most scenic parts of the country that I am eager to share.’’

Abby earned a generous salary from her previous jobs at different working stations. This year, she has multiple new projects where she’ll be serving as a host. Fox News officials haven’t released any statement disclosing her salary and bonuses. Likewise, Abby’s net worth is also under review. However, her father, Jeff has a net worth of $8 million.

Abby Hornacek Family, Parents & Siblings

Abby Hornacek was born in 1994 in Paradise, Arizona to her parents – Jeff Hornacek and Stacy Hornacek. Her father is none other than the former NBA player and current NBA coach. She grew up with her two brothers, Tyler and Ryan. Her older brother, Tyler played for the USC men’s volleyball team from 2010-12.

Abby Hornacek family, parents, siblings
Abby Hornacek with her mom and dad.

Her father, Jeff most recently worked as the head coach of the New York Knicks.

Abby Hornacek Bio – Wiki: Age, Birthday, Height, Education

Abby celebrates her birthday on April 25 that makes her age 24. Like her father, she stands tall with a towering height of 5 feet 10 inches. She has over 37k Instagram followers.

In 2016, Abby graduated from the University of Southern California in Broadcast Journalism. While at USC, she worked for Trojan Vision Television as an anchor and producer and Annenberg TV News as a multimedia journalist. She played as a setter at Xavier College Prep in Phoenix and won the 2012 state title. Initially, she committed to play indoor volleyball at Kansas, however, ended up going to Southern Cal.