Lisa Guerrero Biography | Wiki
Lisa Guerrero is an American investigative journalist, former sportscaster, actress, host, and model. She has also worked as an investigative correspondent for Inside Edition.
Lisa Guerrero Age | Birthday
Guerrero is 56 years old as of 2020. She was born on April 9, 1964, in Chicago, Illinois. She celebrates her birthday on 9 April every year and his birth sign is Aries.
Lisa Guerrero Education
There is no information about Lisas’ education.
Lisa Guerrero Parents | Siblings
She is the daughter of Walter Coles and Lucy Guerrero. Lisa spent her early days in San Diego, California, and Huntington Beach, California. In 1972, her mother died due to cancer when she was just eight. Lisa’s father enrolled her in theater therapy to cope with the loss.
Lisa Guerrero Husband | Married
Guerrero is a married woman. She is married to Scott Gavin Erickson on February 3, 2004. Besides this, not much information about their relationship has been revealed by the couple. Scott is a former Baltimore Orioles and Minnesota Twins, pitcher. The couple has been together for 16 years now and their relationship is still going strong as ever.
Lisa Guerrero Height | Weight
Lisa stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 62Kg. Her body measurement is 91-74-89 cm. She has brown eyes and a brunette hair color.
Lisa Guerrero Salary
Lisa has released any details about her salary income or financial information of that sort. However, Guerrero has been active in the entertainment industry for more than 30 years now. She has built expertise and authority over the years in the field of journalism and sportscasting. This reputation surely comes with a heft paycheck.
Lisa Guerrero Net Worth
Lisa has an estimated net worth of $100,000 to $1 million. She has earned a lot of name and fame through her hard work.
Lisa Guerrero Career
In the 1980s Guerrero started her show-business as a cheerleader for the Los Angeles Rams. Later, Lisa became Entertainment Director for the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots. She also schemed as Francesca Vegas in Aaron Spelling’s Sunset Beach in the 1990s. Additionally, Lisa guest-starred in Frasier, The George Lopez Show, and In the Heat of the Night. In 1997, Lisa became a sports anchor on Los Angeles’ KCBS-TV and later on KTTV.
In addition, for the World League of American Football and International Basketball Association franchises, Lisa has also served as a sports marketing executive. Also, she is an active volunteer for the Salvation Army. She also volunteers at the Cedar Sinai Medical Center’s pediatric ward. Moreso, she served as a sports reporter for Sports Illustrated and the Los Angeles Times.
In 1999, Lisa took part in shows such as Sports Geniuses, Fox Overtime, Fox Extra Innings, and the Toughman competition shows as she relocated to the Fox Networks. In order to tape the special Opening the Tombs of the Golden Mummies, Guerrero traveled to Egypt and also starred in the San Diego Chargers magazine-style television show. She also co-hosted shows such as The Best Damn Sports Show Period, Tom Arnold, John Salley, John Kruk, and Michael Irvin.
Lisa Guerrero ABC
In 2003, Lisa joined ABC’s Monday Night Football television crew. She was hired with the intention of making her a sideline reporter. However, due to heavy criticism, the show changed their minds. Thus, Guerrero left the Monday Night Football team after one season.
Lisa Guerrero Inside Edition
On June 15, 2006, Lisa became an anchor on the TV news magazine Inside Edition. She was promoted as a shows’ Chief Investigative Correspondent and has worked on undercover stories and investigative sports.
Lisa Guerrero Movies
Guerrero began her film career with her former husband, Scott Erickson. They made an independent film, A Plumm Summer (2017) in which Guerrero played the lead role and was also credited as executive producer. Moreover, she also made a cameo appearance in the Brad Pitt feature film Moneyball and a recurring role in TNT’s television drama series Southland. She is also renowned for the movie Batman Returns (1992).
The World Series of Pop Culture, the Vh1 game show, was co-hosted by Guerrero. In reality, the first live webcast of the 82nd Oscar Red Carpet Academy Awards was hosted by Guerrero. In January 2012, on the Velocity channel, Guerrero hosted Shooting Stars: Salute to Service, which was a reality competition show.
Lisa Guerrero Book
Lisa has also shown her talent for writing and published a book in 2016 called Jewelry For Your Table. The book is about how-to-crafts treatise on table setting and teaches how to make handmade artwork for the dining table. In addition, Lisa has also written a blog Huffington Post for the Los Angeles Times sports section.