Renán Almendárez is a popular Honduran-American radio personality and an author presently serving at KLYY Jose 97.5 FM located in Los Angeles as a radio host.
Renán Almendárez Age
Renán Almendárez was born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras on November 18, 1953, he is 69 years of age.
Renán Almendárez Height
Almendárez stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in ( approx. 1.73m ).
Renán Almendárez Family
He was born and brought up by his supportive and caring parents in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. He is a popular journalist though he prefers a private life when it comes to his family where he has not disclosed any information concerning his parents and siblings hence their whereabouts are not known.
Renan Almendarez Wife
He is happily married to his wife beautiful wife named Virginia Almendárez. The lovely duo has been together for at least three and a half decades since they married. The adorable couple is blessed with four kids namely, Cynthia, Francia Raisa, Italia, and Irlanda. Her daughter Francia is a popular American actress popularly known for her role in Grown-ish and Black-ish.
Renan Almendarez Education
He has not revealed any details concerning his studies hence it is not known where he studied at, or when he completed his studies.
Renan Almendarez Salary
He receives a handsome salary from his work as a radio personality.
Renan Almendarez Net Worth
Renan has an estimated net worth of $3 million and his career as a radio host at KLYY Jose 97.5 FM is the primary source of his income.
Renan Almendarez Career
Renan began his journalism career in Honduras his born country at the age of 15 years old that was after he interviewed the then- USA Ambassador to Honduras called John Negroponte. In addition, later on, he was invited to serve on Alegria Radio as the host of a show and he accepted. His work at the station was a success and the Heftel Broadcasting Company trained him quickly to serve at KCSA their Spanish -language radio.
Renan has as well served in Los Angeles at KLAX-FM during his career as a radio personality where he had an estimated 3,000,000 listeners. Also, he served in the Latino Community for more than six years hence topping the ratings of Rick Dees and Howard Stern.
In September 2008, he departed his job at KLAX to start his own program and continue his television program on Azteca America. As well he has utilized his voice on advising people to vote and the radio in fundraising. In November 2014, he was inducted into the Hollywood Hall Of Fame due to his work in radio.