Andrés Cantor Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth NBC Sports

Andrés Cantor Biography

Andrés Cantor is a known Argentine-American sportscaster and pundit. He works in the USA providing analysis and Spanish-language commentary in sports. He is popular among English speakers for shouting “¡Goooooooool!” when one scores and for his narration of soccer matches.

Addittionally, he also covers other sports. In addition, he is an actor famous for Rumbo al Mundial in 1987, Muppets Most Wanted in 2014, and Speed Racer in 2008.

Andrés Cantor Age

Andrés Cantor was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on December 22, 1962. He is 59 years old.

Andrés Cantor Height

Cantor stands at a moderate height of 6 ft/1.84 m tall.

Andrés Cantor Education

Cantor finished his high school course at San Marino High School. Then he studied and graduated from the University of Southern California.

Andrés Cantor Family

Andrés resettled with his family in Southern California, United States when he was a teen. He has dual citizenship in America and Argentina. His father was born in Argentina and was born in Romania and migrated to Argentina.

Andrés Cantor Wife

Andrés is happily hitched to Liliana Williams. The duo is blessed with a kid known as Nicolas Cantor, who works at CBS Sports’ UEFA Champions League as a contributor in London.

Andrés Cantor Salary

Andrés’ pockets an annual salary of $98,943.

Andrés Cantor Net Worth

Andrés’s approximated net worth is $1 million.

Andrés Cantor Career

Cantor is widely known for his signature bellowing of “¡Gooooooooooooooooooool!” after a score in football. In addition, he was the first to introduce this climactic scoring call to a U.S. audience while working at Univision. He first used it at the 1990 FIFA World Cup, but it became more famous during the 1994 World Cup, in the United States. His call is now being sold on Telemundo’s website as a ringtone.

Presently, he works for Telemundo Deportes, NBC Sports’s Spanish-language division, and also works on both Telemundo and its sister cable network Universo covering play-by-play for matches. He worked as both a studio anchor and the play-by-play announcer for baseball at the 2004 Summer Olympics.

Before he worked at Univisión. XM Satellite Radio for several years, in partnership with him, created a Spanish-language sports network. Further, he worked for football during the games as the play-by-play announcer.

In the bargain, he is the main play-by-play announcer and the owner of Futbol de Primera, a radio network that owns the Spanish-language radio rights of four FIFA World Cups. Further, he works for a daily show, Futbol de Primera, which airs nationally on more than 100 affiliates as a host.

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