John Laguna Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth FOX Sports Deportes
John Laguna Biography
John Laguna is a known American journalist currently working in California, where he works at FOX Sports Deportes as a sportscaster, he began working here in 1996. Before he worked as a sideline reporter for several years for the Los Angeles Lakers. When he’s not on-air, he enjoys spending time with his wife and their children, traveling, and reading.
John Laguna Age
John Laguna was born in Easton, Pennsylvania in the United States of America. But he hasnt revealed details on his exact age, however, a review on this is going on and will soon update this section.
John Laguna Height
John stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7 m tall.
John Laguna Education
John has kept off the media details on his educational background, however, a review on this is ongoing, and soon as we have detailed information will update this section.
John Laguna Family
Despite being a known person John hasnt revealed details about his parents and siblings, soon as we have detailed information on this will fill out this section.
John Laguna Wife
John is happily married to Ofelia Laguna. They have been married for several years and are blessed with two kids a son Edward Laguna and a daughter Natalya Laguna. The family lives in Los Angeles.
John Laguna Salary
John annually earns a salary of $89,690.
John Laguna Net Worth
John’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
John Laguna Career
John presently works at FOX Deportes as a play-by-play announcer, he began working here in 1996. First, he began working at the station as a commentator and covered InterLiga, Champ Car Racing, and Super Series Squash. He began calling the National Football League Secondary Audio Program three years. He also served at FOX Sports International, where he called six Super Bowls from 2000 to 2006.
Before, he worked as a sideline reporter at Los Angeles Lakers. In addition, he also worked at Los Angeles Galaxy, a Spanish radio station in Los Angeles as a reporter. He also worked for KHWY Channel 22 News in Los Angeles from 1996 to 2005 as a sports anchor. He commenced his journalism career working at Televisa in 1979 in Mexico.