Abby Hornacek Bio: Parents, Boyfriend, Salary and Eye Injury 2022
Abby Hornacek is a famous American journalist and television host for the Fox Nation’s sport, travel, and lifestyle host. Hornacek has gained a lot of attention for her appearance making her popular among people. Abby Hornacek is a daughter of former NBA player turned coach Jeff Hornacek. Here are details about Abby Hornacek parents, salary, boyfriend and her famous eye injury.
Abby Hornacek Salary and Net Worth
She has been earning a good amount of money. As per the reports, Abby Hornacek net worth is $500,000. According to reports, Abby Hornacek’s salary at Fox Nations is $40,590. Furthermore, she also earns an extra sum of money from hosting as well.
On the other hand, the net worth of her father, Jeff Hornacek is around $8 million. He also has many of the New York Knicks endorsements to add to his earnings.
Abby Hornacek: About
|Full Name||Abby Hornacek|
|Birth Date||April 25, 1994|
|Birth Place||Paradise Valley, Arizona, USA|
|Now known as||Abby Hornacek|
|Father’s Name||Jeff Hornacek|
|Mother’s Name||Stacy Hornacek|
|Height||5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)|
|Profession||Journalist, Sports Host|
Abby Hornacek Career
She began her professional journalism career in 2014. Abby joined Fox Sports San Diego as a production intern. She worked as an intern for 4 months then joined the network as a featured host and reporter later on.
Abby Hornacek because of her splendid work jumped off from news reporting to working as a sports host at the Stadium. She covered ‘The Drone Racing League’ for two years, starting from February 2016 to February 2018. That was before she became a host for Fox News.
Abby Hornacek Boyfriend
Despite being a media person, Abby Hornacek likes to keep her personal life private. As a matter of fact, she does not share details about her personal life. It is not clear whether she is dating or single. At the moment, she is focused on her career.
Abby Hornacek Eye Injury
She was inspired by her father and wanted to make a career in sports. During her college days she played volleyball and wanted to make a professional career in it. Unfortunately, she fractured her right eye that shattered her dream of a professional career.
The injury wiped out her vision and she had to undergo two surgeries. After the surgery she was declared unfit to play volleyball professionally.