Alison Montoya is an American reporter and news anchor. She is currently working as the evening anchor of FOX19 NOW at 10 on Saturday. Alison joined the FOX19 NOW team in October 2017, first as a reporter.
Alison is proud to work in a place near her family.
Age | How old is Alison Montoya?
Born in Cincinnati and raised in Northern Kentucky, Montoya has not revealed her age or her dates of birth. We will update you as soon as we get this information.
Alison Montoya Profile Summary
|Birth Name:||Alison Montoya|
|Place of Birth:||Cincinnati|
|Parents:||Max Montoya (Father), Patty Montoya (Mother)|
|Siblings:||Matthew Montoya (Twin brother)|
|Profession:||News Anchor/Reporter at FOX19 NOW, Cincinnati|
|Education:||University of Kentucky|
Parents | Family | Max Montoya | Patty Montoya
Alison is the daughter of former Bengal Max Montoya and Patty Montoya. Her father Max Montoya is a former professional American football guard, who played 16 seasons in the National Football League (NFL). Max Montoya walked his daughter down the aisle on her wedding day.
Alison Montoya, Interviews her dad, Max Montoya
Siblings | Matthew Montoya | Twin
Alison has a twin brother, whose name is Matthew Montoya. Little information is known about her brother.
Husband | Jimmy | Wedding
In June 2014, Alison married the love of her life Jimmy. Their wedding was held at the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption on Madison Avenue in Covington.
The couple went to Cancun, Mexico for their honeymoon. Together they have been blessed with two very beautiful daughters.
Children | Daughters
Montoya is a wife and a mother to two beautiful girls. When she is not at work, she enjoys spending quality time with them and her husband.
Alison Montoya Education
Alison graduated from the University of Kentucky, with a degree in broadcast journalism.
Illness | BRCA1 Gene Mutation
In 2019, Alison made a decision to have a double mastectomy with reconstruction and a complete hysterectomy. This was after she learned that she had the BRCA1 gene mutation, which is a predicator for an increased cancer risk in women.
The reconstruction was successful and she is currently doing very well. She thanked her family and friends, more so her husband for always standing by her side.
Alison Montoya Career
Montoya joined the FOX19 NOW team in October 2017 as a reporter. She is the evening anchor of FOX19NOW at 10 on Saturday. After graduating she worked at WB64 as a reporter.
Alison landed her very first full time job in Jackson, Tennessee at WBBJ-TV, where she worked as an anchor, reporter, producer and editor. She has more than 10 years of experience in TV news.
Hobbies | Interests
- Spending time with her family
- Playing with her cat