Leo White Biography
Leo White is a retired U.S Army Captain and former Judo athlete Coach working for NBC as a Judo analyst. He began judo at the Monterey Judo, Jujitsu Academy at the age of nine years. Where White was instructed by Bernard Baptista sensei.
He used to attend Judo classes without missing riding his bike six days a week from Seaside to Monterey at the time. Leo attended Monterey Peninsula College and received a bachelor of science. In Business Administration with a minor in Military Science.
Leo White Age
White was born in Seaside, California, in the United States, on November 3, 1957. He is 64 years old and on November 3, every year celebrates his birthday with his lovely family members and friends.
Leo White Height
He stands at a height is 5 ft 6 inches/ approx 1.68 m tall.
Leo White Education
White joined Monterey High School for his high school education in 1975. He attended Monterey Peninsula College and received a bachelor of science. In Business Administration with a minor in Military Science later for his further studies.
Before transferring to Cumberland College. White also got involved with the program at ROTC. During his tenure at the college, HE distinguished himself as a Kentucky State Judo Champion AND NCJA while schooling at Cumberland.
Leo White Family
He is a secretive person when it comes to matters regarding his father, mother, and siblings.
Leo White Wife
White got married in the year 1991 to his beautiful wife Jacqueline. He was also a judo competitor. The couple is blessed with one handsome son called Leo Edward. Who at the age of eight years won an orange belt. The family lives in Georgia. Lilburn.
Leo White Children
White and Leo are proud parents of one charming son namely Leo Edward White.
Leo White Salary
White receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, according to NBC Sports Groups anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Leo White’s Net Worth
Leo has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Leo White Career
White at the age of nine years won gold and participated in the first-ever junior national tournament furthermore. He was chosen with Team USA to compete at the Pan American Championships. Where the open Division won gold and also.
At the age of 19 years won a silver in the 95-kg weight class in 1976. White used to practice Judo during the night and serve during the day after enrolling in the ROTC. He also 1981, 1982, 1984, and 1987 won the World Military Games. White also in Atlanta coaches judo.