Lisa Guerrero is one busy woman. With a resume that includes credits as a sportscaster, model, actress, hostess and producer, Guerrero has become a recognizable face on the small and big screens as well as many magazine covers. Born in Chicago and raised in California, Guerrero got her start as a cheerleader for the Los Angeles Rams in the 1980s. She stepped up to entertainment director for the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots before taking her first stab at acting in Aaron Spelling’s “Sunset Beach.” Guerrero next worked as a sports anchor for a Los Angeles television station and made the big move to FOX Sports in 1999. She co-hosted “The Best Damn Sports Show Period” with Tom Arnold for a time, and then worked the sidelines for ABC’s “Monday Night Football.” In 2006, Lisa Guerrero became a correspondent for “Inside Edition” and is largely credited for the program’s ratings surge.
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**Lisa Guerrero Speaker**
Lisa Guerrero speaker appearances can include a broad range of topics, from her work in sports to her modeling for FHM, Maxim and Playboy magazines to hosting the 2003 Hispanic Heritage Month banquet at The White House.
**Lisa Guerrero Appearance**
In addition to the sidelines, Lisa Guerrero appearances have occurred in the films “Batman Returns,” “Fire Down Below” and “Plumm Summer” and the television shows “Seinfeld,” “Frasier” and “The George Lopez Show.” She also hosted the FOX special “Opening the Tombs of the Golden Mummies.”
**Lisa Guerrero Endorsement**
One of the biggest Lisa Guerrero endorsements came from the Hispanic Business Journal when the publication named her one of the 100 most influential Hispanics in the United States.