Dorothy Konopka who’s known professionally as Kay Adams is an American Sportscaster and Television Personality. Kay Adams was born on April 6th, 1986. She hosted People (the TV show!), a daily entertainment newsmagazine based on the magazine of the same name that is currently broadcast on the former stations of Meredith Corporation (merged with Gray Television in the fall of 2021), and will enter national broadcast syndication in the fall of 2022. She previously hosted Good Morning Football on NFL Network until her departure in May 2022.
Kay Adams: Life
Adams was born in Chicago, Illinois. Her parents were Polish Immigrants. While attending Whitney M. Young Magnet High School, she developed an interest in a career in the media. Adams majored in communications at the University of Missouri and performed a variety of part-time jobs to pay for her education, including bartending at a sports bar and radio host on local country, top 40, and sports radio stations. She has held a number of on-air hosting positions in the past, and during football season. She also acts as the DirecTV Fantasy zone channel’s host.
Kay Adams: Profile Summary
Full name: Dorothy Konopka
Nickname: Kay Adams
Date of Birth: April 6, 1986
Zodiac Sign: Aries
Age: 36 years
Place of Birth: Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
Profession: Sportscaster, Television Personality
Alma mater: Whitney M. Young Magnet High School and University of Missouri
Active Years: 2010- present
Height: 5 feet 5 inches (167cm)
Weight: 117 lbs. (53kg)
Father’s Name: Czesio Adams
Mother’s Name: N/A
Relatives: Sylvia Wrobel (sister)
Marital Status: Single
Net Worth: $1 Million
Kay Adams: Career
Adams began her career as an in-game host for St. Louis Cardinals games played at home. On Fantasy Football programs including SiriusXM’s Livin’ the Fanatsy, SiriusXM Fantasy Drive, and DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket Fantasy Zone, Adams played her first professional football role.
She is still the DirecTV Fantasy Zone host. On October 17, 2012, Adams appeared as a guest on Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.
She has also worked as a reporter for NBC Sports Network and FanDuel. She occasionally, made guest appearances on network programs including NBC Sports Talk and the Crossover with Michelle Beadle while working for NBCSN.
On September 17th, 2018, it was revealed that Adams would join Sugar Ray Leonard, Brian Kenny, Chris Mannix, and LZ Granderson in hosting each fight night broadcast on the live and on-demand sports streaming platform for DAZN boxing.
Adams worked as one of the hosts of NFL Network’s Good Morning Football from 2016 until 2022. She also hosted a mobile version of Who Wants to be a Millionaire where everybody play for real money in 2020.