Diego Balado Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Univision
November 25, 2022
Diego Balado Biography
Diego Balado is a famous Argentine sports journalist who serves at the Spanish-speaking sports network called Univision Deportes Network, where he comments on the most important matches with the different reporters of said sports chain with Luis Omar Tapia. Currently, he comments on the UEFA Champions League alongside Luis Omar Tapia on Univision Deportes Network following his separation from Fox Sports.
Diego Balado Age
Diego Balado was born on May 31, 1972, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is 50 years of age.
Diego Balado Height
Diego is a man of above-average height. Diego stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches( Approximately 1.78 meters).
Diego Balado Family
Diego was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina to his father and mother. At the moment, he has not revealed any details concerning either his parents or if he has siblings.
Diego Balado Wife
He is a wedded man. He loves to be confidential when it comes to matters about his personal life hence he has not mentioned any details concerning his partner. Thus, it is not known who is Diego married to and if the pair has kids. Once the details concerning, Diego and his wife are available to us we shall update you.
Diego Balado Salary
Diego receives an annual salary of $74,795. This is according to Univision anchor’s/reporters salaries.
Diego Balado Net Worth
Diego has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars.
Diego Balado Career
Balado is an Argentine sports journalist who currently works for the Spanish-speaking sports network called Univision Deportes Network. Over his time there, Diego comments on the most important matches together with the various reporters of said sports chain with Luis Omar Tapia. As of Aug 2018, he will comment on the UEFA Champions League with Luis Omar Tapia on Univision Deportes Network following his separation from Fox Sports.
His coworker Luis came back to the Univision Deportes network to be together. Diego and Luis shared years of service at ESPN, and Fox Latin America, and now work together at Univision. The two covered at the UEFA Champions League on Univision after he resigned from Fox Sports in 2018.