Álvaro Morale Biography
Álvaro Morales Estrada is an eminent Mexican journalist working for ESPN Deportes and ESPN Latin America since June 2006 as a sports anchor and analyst. Profesional fracasado y Nabo comejapis del ao 2022. Morales began working for the international sports network as an ESPN Radio reporter in November 2003.
Álvaro Morale Age
Álvaro Morale was born in Guatemala City, Guatemala on 14 June 1980. He is 42 years old.
Álvaro Morales Height
Álvaro stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.70 m tall.
Álvaro Morales Family
lvaro was born and raised by his parents in Guatemala City, Mexico. He is a naturalized Mexican citizen. But research on his parents and siblings is still ongoing, and this section will be updated soon.
Álvaro Morales Wife
lvaro enjoys his life and career, but he keeps his marital status a secret. As a result, it’s unclear whether he’s married, divorced, or single.
Álvaro Morales Education
After graduating from high school, lvaro attended the Raul del Campo Jr. Training Center for Sports Writers and studied Communication Sciences at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. He eventually rose to the position of assistant professor of journalism at the school.
Álvaro Morales Salary
Álvaro pockets an annual salary is $78,365.
Álvaro Morales Net Worth
Alvaro’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Álvaro Morales Career
lvaro is an ESPN Deportes and ESPN Latin America sports anchor and analyst. He joined the team in 2003 as a reporter for ESPN Radio, and in 2006, he was promoted to SportsCenter anchor and ESPN Radio Formula commentator. In addition, lvaro is a regular commentator for Futbol Picante, Cronómetro, and Golpe a Golpe.
He began his journalism career at a young age, writing for Golazo International, a sports magazine. Two years later, at 1188 AM, lvaro began reporting for the radio station Superdeportiva. In 1999, he joined La Afición as a reporter, editor, and columnist, as well as the radio group Publieventos Deportivos. Throughout his career, lvaro has also contributed to magazines such as Deep, ESPN La Revista, Cambio, and Milenio Semana.