Angela Tsai

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Angela Tsai
Born Livingston, New Jersey, U.S.
Alma mater Duke University
Occupation Sports broadcaster, television host, actress, correspondent, graphic designer, reporter
Spouse(s) Michael Hollick (2007-present)
Children 2

Angela Tsai is an American actress and host originally from New York City. She hosted Comcast's "Dating On Demand" network and their spin-off reality show "On A Date", seen on CN8. She also hosted AZN Television's "NBA Timeout" and was a correspondent for NBA TV. She also hosted news updates and player interviews and features for the NBA and NBA TV.

She can be seen interviewing stars on the red carpet at the 2007 AZN Asian Excellence Awards in Los Angeles, CA.

Angela is a graduate of Duke University. She majored in Public Policy Studies and minored in Visual Arts. When she first moved to New York City after college, she worked as a full-time graphic designer for the entertainment industry, and spent several years mixing drinks at Bar None, the legendary East Village watering hole. It wasn't until the past few years that she has made the transition to perform.

Angela Tsai was featured on the cover of Woman International Magazine and noted as an "Up and Coming Actor" in Audrey Magazine.

She was hired as a courtside reporter for the Sacramento Kings in 2007.

She was hired as the host of "The Cheering Life", an original program on the MSG Network's new channel, MSG Varsity, in 2009.

Personal life[edit]

Angela is currently married to actor Michael Hollick. Their first child, a son named Maxwell Ming Hollick was born on July 22 2010. Tsai gave birth to a second child a daughter named Eva Hollick in 2015.

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