Amanda Leatherman Biography
Amanda Leatherman is an American Actress. He is best known for her interviews on PokerNews.com, as host of the since-canceled PokerStars.net’s “Big Game” on Fox. She is also known as a hostess on the Heartland Poker Tour and America’s Poker Tour.
In poker circles and on forums like 2+2, Amanda is known as the wife of Daniel Negreanu. She seemed to be a favorite among many in the poker community, as many online poker site forum threads were spent speculating on her boyfriends, background, and even as to whether or not she had breast implants.
Amanda has been a reporter and hostess for a variety of poker media outlets. Her first stint was at the poker tournament reporting website, PokerWire.com. She also contributed to PokerRoad.com, and as hostess for the North American Poker Tour.
After she left her interviewing duties with PokerNews, she was hired as a webcam girl for the World Poker Tour (WPT) shows during its 7th season, doing interviews and hosting duties.
Amanda Leatherman Age
Amanda was born on August 7, 1984, in North Carolina. She is 36 years old.
Amanda Leatherman Married
Amanda got married to her long-time boyfriend Daniel Negreanu in May 2019. The couple was dating back in 2010 after they met but they later split. They rekindled their romance in 2018. The couple got married Friday night at Terranea Resort in Palos Verdes, California, after getting engaged over New Year’s Eve. His groomsmen included Negreanu’s long-time friend, videographer, and golf coach Christian Sanchez, Eddy Sabat, and Eric Wasserson, matching in all black suits with royal blue pocket squares.
Amanda Leatherman Poker
Amanda has been a reporter and hostess for a variety of poker media outlets. Her first stint was at the poker tournament reporting website, PokerWire.com. She also contributed to PokerRoad.com, and as hostess for the North American Poker Tour. After she left her interviewing duties with PokerNews, she was hired as a webcam girl for the World Poker Tour (WPT) shows during its 7th season, doing interviews and hosting duties.
Amanda continued to be the featured host of Fox’s “Big Game,” which was sponsored by PokerStars.com, although they had to use the PokerStars.net logo to appease media regulators in the United States. The “Big Game” began in 2010 and lasted two seasons.
The Game featured an amateur taking on five poker professionals. The line-up included a who’s who of poker celebrities, including Barry Greenstein, Phil Hellmuth, and of course Daniel Negreanu. With poker’s Black Friday on April 15, 2011, televised poker as we know it, including the “Big Game” on Fox, ended.
After the “Big Game” was canceled in the spring of 2011, Amanda became a sponsored pro on Bodog. It was not bad considering her complete lack of any poker tournament success whatsoever, other than a 45th place in the WSOP ladies-only event in 2008. She cashed for $3,682 in the tournament.
Later, in 2012, it appears Amanda did work, photoshoots, and blog postings, for online gaming and poker site Bovada.com. She told Bluff that her favorite tournament to cover was the Aussie Millions, but that her favorite tournament location was Aruba.
Star 104.3, a top 40 radio station in Asheville, North Carolina, WQNQ, announced on December 31st, 2014, that Amanda was joining their morning team as a co-host.
She began a part-time return to poker in March of 2015, taking a gig as a sideline hostess for the Heartland Poker Tour during the HPT’s stop at the Indigo Sky Casino in Oklahoma. Since then Amanda has continued this reporting work at other HPT stops.
Amanda Leatherman Net Worth
Her estimated net worth is not yet known.