| Adriana Monsalve|
July 27, 1977 (age 38) (1977-07-27) Caracas, Venezuela
Carolina Padron, Lindsay Casinelli, Carolina Guillen, David Faitelson, Rosana Franco
Adriana Monsalve Wikipedia
Adriana Monsalve (born July 27, 1977) is a Venezuelan sportscaster, journalist who currently works for Univision Deportes.
Monsalve became famous as the lead singer in the girl band "Chikas" and in the pop bands "Tartara" in Venezuela, and "Latin Fiesta" in London, England. She also hosted the TV morning show "Aló RCTV" in Caracas for more than a year. In 2002, she moved to the United States, where she has participated in many commercials and stage productions such as "Esther" at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center.
Soon after, she became the Hispanic Spokesperson for furniture giant "Rooms to Go". In 2005, when she was hired to be the sports anchor for the 6:00 pm newscast of Orlando's Telemundo local affiliate.
In 2007 Monsalve was hired by ESPN as Sports Anchor of ESPN Deportes broadcasting for Sports' Center Hispanic viewers in North America, and also through ESPN 2 Central and South America. On November 28, 2014, she announced she was leaving ESPN, and later revealed she was joining Univision Deportes.