Alex Curry and her singer husband met in college and fell in love.

Alex Curry, a Fox Sports host-reporter, is happily married. Jeff Nisen, her spouse, and she have been married for over four years.

Alex Curry, a FOX Sports host and reporter, and her singer-songwriter husband Jeff Nisen married four years ago. Nisen was the reporter’s partner since they were in college together, and he just dedicated one of his songs to his adored wife.

Continue reading to learn more about their relationship from college to now!

From college sweethearts to newlyweds

The love tale of this lovely pair goes all the way back to their undergraduate days.
They continued their relationship after college graduation, transitioning from friends to lovers.

Curry and Nisen decided to take their relationship to the next level after dating for a long time.

The couple exchanged wedding vows in front of close friends and family on July 2, 2016, in a gorgeous venue in Manhattan Beach, California.

Alex Curry with her husband, Jeff Nisen, on their wedding day. (Source: Jeff’s Instagram)

Since that day, the husband and wife have been enjoying their marriage. Their friendship may also be shown on their Instagram accounts.
Nisen never misses an occasion to dedicate anything thoughtful to his beloved wife on social media. It’s the most wholesome thing I’ve ever seen.

A Quick Overview of Nisen’s Career

Nisen, the husband of a FOX Sports reporter, has become famous for his incredible guitar and singing abilities.

After being captivated by the sounds of 90s punk rock bands, he decided to pursue a singing career.
Nisen ultimately released his debut album, Truth Over Harmony, in 2010 with the Enter Sand Section, a band he formed with his pals Tony Gonella and Sam Mandelbaum after a difficult period.
The band went on to tour and record two more albums after that.

Unfortunately, the band disbanded in 2013, and Nisen returned to his hard rock roots. However, he quickly created Enter Lose Control and recorded two more albums.

He joined the band and began touring with them, sharing the stage with Pennywise, Pepper, Death By Stereo, and Puddle of Mudd.

The California native has performed live events in California, Arizona, Vermont, Florida, and Washington, among other places.

He released his final solo track of the year, ‘I Will,’ on December 11, 2020.