Bianca Peters Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, CBS, Husband, Height and Salary

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Bianca Peters Wiki

Bianca Peters Is an American journalist, She gained attention for being the reporter and traffic anchor of the TV Show, CBS3 Miami. Bianca was born in Florida, the USA on 1st April 1991.

Bianca Peters

Bianca Peters Biography

She holds an American nationality and possesses a White Caucasian ethnicity, and her birth sign is Aries. She completed her education at California State University in Journalism.

Peters competed for the title of Miss Malibu 2010 and ended up winning the crown. She then went onto compete in the Miss California pageant and placed amongst the top 10 finalists.

Bianca Peters Age

Peters who is Amendola’s girlfriend was born on the 1st of April 1991 in Miami, Florida (USA).

Bianca Peters Husband

Bianca is currently dating Danny Amendola.

Danny Amendola Faull names Daniel James Amendola is an American football wide receiver for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Texas Tech. He was signed by the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent in 2008, played four seasons with the St. Louis Rams from 2009 to 2012, played with the New England Patriots from 2013 to 2017 and the Miami Dolphins in 2019.

Amendola attended The Woodlands High School in The Woodlands, Texas, playing football under coach Weldon Willig. He completed his high school career by leading his team to its first-ever Texas state championship game. Although they lost the championship to North Shore High School, Amendola finished his senior season with 1,045 receiving yards, 129 rushing yards, and eight touchdowns.

Bianca Peters CBS

She is a traffic and sports anchor for the Miami-based TV news station. Peters isn’t a Florida-native, though. She previously lived in Los Angeles but knew at a young age that she eventually wanted to move to Miami. When she was introduced to viewers in 2016 after landing her current gig, she said, “When I came here when I was 17 years old, I remember saying, ‘I’m going to live here one day.

Bianca Becker On Being a Wag

AS I’m nearing 30, I look back on my dating life and a pattern emerges; my significant others either loved sports or played sports (professionally).
I’ve dated a few professional athletes, and no, I am not a gold digger, nor am I a cheerleader on the sidelines.

I’m an educated woman with her own career who happens to love competitive sports perhaps more than most women.I am 165cm tall and weigh less than 50kg, but on the inside, I am a 190cm, 104kg American football player. In my mind and heart, I was created to be on the football field, but like most other people, my genes have had the last word.

I was raised in an American football family, my uncle played professionally; my cousin does even now. My earliest memories involve waking up early to join the crowds at our favourite team’s stadium with Grandma attempting to paint the Dallas Cowboys logo on my face, seven beers deep with a steady hand.

I was destined to be involved in the sports field in some way, so I decided on sports broadcasting. I started covering college sports and eventually the pros.

It’s what I knew, it’s what I loved, and it’s what I was around.

Naturally, you date someone with similar interests and as a result, a few of my hook-ups played professional sports. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve dated a doctor, news anchor, even a bartender. But the pro athlete dating world is like no other experience.

Bianca Peters CBS Miami

Peters has learned the art of engaging television audiences through hosting and anchoring in the worlds of sports, entertainment and news. Her career in TV started in college where her love of sports led her to produce and anchor a weekly show that followed the PAC10 and national sports news stories. After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Long Beach State, she was hired by ESPN as a host for X-Games interviewing extreme sport athletes and musical guests. She also co-hosted JUCE TV a nationally syndicated talk show covering social, political, and spiritual issues.

Her last four years with NBC Oregon as Morning Anchor
and now with CBS Miami as an Anchor/Reporter, and go-to person for unique coverage in sports, entertainment, fashion, and travel have given her a wider and deeper range of experience from which to write, produce and perform her own material with her own brand of ethnic, sometimes edgy humor and approachable professionalism.

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