Lisa Guerrero was born April 8th, 1984, in Chicago, Illinois, hometown
of theatrical latina actress, Rosa Blasi. Also
known as Lisa Coles (Coles, being her father's name and Guerrero being
the maiden name of her Chilean-born mother, whom she lost when she was
just eight years old), the distinguished journalist, writer, and
broadcaster, is best known as a sports broadcaster. After her mother
died, Lisa's father enrolled her in theater therapy to help her adjust
to the loss. The result was the beginning of a love for acting that
competed with an equal love for softball and other team sports. Lisa's
first significant public performance was as a cheerleader for the LA
Rams, after which she went on to television, starring in "Sunset Beach."
Expanding her talents to sports broadcasting for an LA station, she was
hired by the Fox Network in 1999, where she performed as a broadcaster
and hostess for a variety of sports programs.
Lisa may best be remembered as co-host along with Tom Arnold on "The Best Damn Sports Show Period," then went to ABC, joining the Monday Night Television show. After some criticism, she was replaced. Lisa has appeared in feature films, including 1997's "Fire Down Below" and the 1992 films "Batman Returns" and "Love Potion No. 9." She once appeared topless in a men's magazine, but that was just a sidelight, as her primary activity before the camera was in acting, with appearances in Matlock, Frasier, "In the Heat of the Night," and later as a sports interviewer for many professional sports teams. .15hqqp.
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