Lisa Guerrero Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, Inside Edition
December 8, 2022
Lisa Guerrero Biography
Lisa Guerrero is an enthusiastic American journalist, currently serving as an investigative reporter at Inside Edition, which is a nationally syndicated news magazine located in New York.
Guerrero has been a part of the station family since she officially joined in 2006. During her free time, she loves reading, photography, writing, and traveling.
Lisa Guerrero Age
Lisa Guerrero was born on April 9, 1964, in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States. She is 58 years old and commemorates her birthday on April 9.
Lisa Guerrero Height
Guerrero is a woman of average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (approximately 1.67 meters).
Lisa Guerrero Family
She was born in Chicago but brought up in San Diego under the loving care of her loving father and mother. Lisa’s mom was suffering from lymphoma cancer and in 1972, she died. In order to overcome the situation, her dad matriculated her in theater therapy. She was the only child of her precious parents. Her devoted father still resides in California
Lisa Guerrero Husband
She is happily married to her gorgeous loving and caring husband named Scott Erickson. Her husband is a professional major league baseball player born on 2, 1968, in California. He commenced his career as a professional pitcher in 1990. The couple has not yet welcomed any kids of their own. The duo is happily residing in New York City.
Lisa Guerrero Salary
Guerrero receives an annual salary of $98,690. This is according to Inside Edition anchor’s/reporter’s salaries.
Lisa Guerrero’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 Million to $5 Million US dollars.
Lisa Guerrero Career
Guerrero officially joined the Fox Network in 1999, while laboring there, she has taken part in different sports shows including Sports Geniuses, Fox Extra Innings, the Toughman competition shows, and Fox Overtime. Also, she also journeyed to Egypt to cover the Opening of the Golden Mummies Tombs.
Further, she also co-hosted along with some vet sportscasters including Michael Irvin, Tom Arnold, John Kruk, and John Salley. In 2003, Lisa quit“The Best Damn Sports Show” to join ABC, as a sideline reporter for Monday Night Football TV crew. Nevertheless, a season afterward she left the station.
On Jun 15, 2006, Lisa received a job invitation to serve as a correspondent at Inside Edition, which is a television news magazine. Nevertheless, due to her outstanding work, she was thereupon promoted to Chief Investigative Correspondent.