Lewis Johnson Biography
Lewis Johnson is a sports reporter and sports commentator presently working for NBCSN as a reporter coverage of track. During the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, he returned with NBC Sports for his 10th Olympic assignment.
Where he served as a skeleton reporter, luge, and bobsled. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a focus on Communication from Cincinnati University.
Lewis Johnson Age
Johnson was born in the United States of America, on December 13, 1962. He is 59 years old and on the 13th of December, every year celebrates his birthday.
Lewis Johnson Height
Johnson is a handsome man and stands at a height of 6 feet 6 inches /Approx /1.98 m tall.
Lewis Johnson Education
Johnson received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a focus on Communication from Cincinnati University.
Lewis Johnson Family
Johnson has managed to keep his personal life away from the spotlight hence regarding his father, mother, and siblings.
Lewis Johnson Wife
He is married to his caring and nice-looking wife by the name Dominique Galleron Johnson. The duo met while competing in a Europe track career. Galleron operates in their hometown A Touch of Paris Art Studio and is an artist. Johnson and Dominique are proud parents of two sons.
Lewis Johnson Salary
Johnson earns an annual salary of $ 45,000 – $ 110,500, according to NBCSN Sports Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Lewis Johnson’s Net Worth
He has an approximate net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Lewis Johnson Career
Johnson’s current duties include college football reporting different tracks. And coverage for both ESPN, NBC, and NBCSN. He has also served on Notre Dame Football at NBC’s coverage as the sideline reporter.
And for the critically acclaimed has filed stories and most-watched Football Night in America and NFL studio show. Johnson worked for NBA as a reporter and anchoring Arena Football League broadcasts and the Update Desk on NBC Sports previously.
He has served during his tenure as an on-site reporter for several Olympic disciplines. With NBC Sports, including alpine skiing, and diving, track, and field. Luge and skeleton, marathon, and bobsled A veteran of 10 Olympic Games.
Johnson has served at four Paralympic Games as an on-site reporter, including in Pyeongchang the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games in addition. He has covered various historic moments. During the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
From Salt Lake City, Lewis served for NBC’s Special Features Unit as a reporter. Where his contributions included Closing Ceremonies and a memorable feature. On gold medal-winning U.S. speed skater Derek Parra’s visit to Home Depot. And interviews during coverage of the Opening.
Johnson in the Top 10 in the U.S. at 800 meters competed professionally. In Europe for seven years after an All-American track career at the University of Cincinnati. He started transitioning into broadcasting with ABC Sports in 1993 and in 1995 at ESPN.
Made his network debut coverage of the Track & Field World Championships. As the post-race interviewer in Sweden on ABC the networks.