Steve Lopez Biography
Steve Lopez is a prominent American journalist and an author presently serving as The Los Angeles Times columnist since 2001. Before, Lopez served for four years at Time Inc before joining The Angeles Times.
Steve for his journalism career has received 15 national journalism awards four news magazines, four Pulitzer finalists for commentary, and seven from newspapers. Additionally, Lopez is also the author of three novels.
Steve Lopez Age
Steve Lopez was born in Pittsburg, California, in the United States of America, on October 15, 1953. He is 68 years old.
Steve Lopez Height
Lopez stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 inches (Approx 1.74 m).
Steve Lopez Education
Upon attaining his high school diploma, Steve joined the University of San Jose State and graduated with his bachelor’s degree. He also received his honorary doctorate degree from the University of San Jose State on April 29, 2011.
Steve Lopez Family
Steve was born in Pittsburg, California, in the United States to his hardworking parents Grace and Tony Lopez who are immigrants from Spain and Italy. His loving mother died in 2019 and his caring grandmother is Josephine Costanza. Lopez holds an American nationality.
Steve Lopez Wife
Steve is happily married to his lovely wife Alison Shore. She serves as a screenwriter and editor. The duo has a pretty daughter and two handsome sons from Steve’s first marriage.
Steve Lopez Salary
Steve’s average salary is $82,500 per year. This is according to The Los Angeles Times anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Steve Lopez Net Worth
Lopez has an estimated net worth of $3 Million.
Steve Lopez Career
He has been serving at The Los Angeles Times as a columnist since 2001. Before, Lopez served as a staff writer at Time Inc for four years before joining The Angeles Times.
Lopez has written for Sports Illustrated, Time, Entertainment Weekly, and Life. Moreover, He also served with The Philadelphia Inquirer, Oakland Tribune, and the San Jose Mercury News as a staff.
Her for his journalism career has received 15 national journalism awards four news magazines, four Pulitzer finalists for commentary, and seven from newspapers.
Apart from working as a journalist, Lopez is also an author who has written three novels Third, and Indiana, In the Clear, and The Sunday Macaroni Club.
He has participated in writing some books including Third and Indiana in 1994, Land of Giants in 1995, The Sunday macaroni club in 1997, In the Clear in 2001, The Soloist in 2008, and Dreams and Schemes in 2010.