Louis Aguirre Bio, Age, Height, Gay, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, WPLG, COVID-19
Louis Aguirre Biography
This is what you need to know about Louis Aguirre, an American News anchor working for WPLG, Local 10 News in Miami. Before Joining WPLG News, he worked at Telemundo in 1989 as a Spanish language reporter. He was also the co-anchor of Deco Drive, a weeknight entertainment show on WSVN in Miami, Florida.
Louis Aguirre Age
Aguirre was born on November 12, 1996, in Miami, Florida, U.S. He is 53 years old as of 2019. He also celebrates his birthday on November 12 every year.
Louis Aguirre Height
- Not Known.
Louis Aguirre Family
Aguirre was born to his mother Aida and his father Louis Juan Aguirre. His father, Juan, is an engineer.
Louis Aguirre Gay
Aguirre is openly gay. He is in a relationship with Matt MacDonald. The two met six years earlier during his time as a local reporter in Miami. They have also attended many Functions together. On 14 September 2018, he and his partner celebrated their 19th years of togetherness.
His boyfriend Matt encouraged him to announce that he was openly gay. On 7 July 2018, he and his man went on a voyage to Isole Eolie and enjoyed their holiday enjoying the view of the rocky island.
Louis Aguirre Salary
Aguirre receives an annual average salary of $72,971 to $117,827. This is according to WPLG News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Louis Aguirre Education
Aguirre attended the University of Miami and the Universite de Paris at La Sorbonne.
Louis Aguirre Net Worth
Aguirre has an estimated Net Worth of $2 million. His career as a Journalist is his primary source of income.
Louis Aguirre WPLG News
Louis Aguirre is currently an American News anchor working for WPLG, Local 10 News in Miami. Before Joining WPLG News, he worked at Telemundo in 1989 as a Spanish language reporter. He was also the co-anchor and entertainment reporter of Deco Drive, a weeknight entertainment show on WSVN in Miami, Florida.
Aguirre moved to Los Angeles in 1994 to become a correspondent for “Extra.” He then served as a lead correspondent for “A Current Affair” and as co-host of “Fox and Friends” before returning to South Florida.
In addition to his career on entertainment news, Aguirre has guest-starred on “Sex and the City,” “JAG,” “Burn Notice,” “Guiding Light” and “All My Children.”
Louis Aguirre COVID-19
Eight WPLG-Local 10 newsroom staffers have tested positive for COVID-19, the station said Tuesday evening on its 5 p.m. broadcast, including two of its anchors, Louis Aguirre and Nicole Perez.
Aguirre said in an interview with Local 10 anchor Calvin Hughes and co-anchor Alex Finnie Tuesday during the news broadcast. Evening anchor Nicole Perez told her Twitter followers Monday night that she had tested positive for the coronavirus.