Lewis Johnson Biography
Lewis Johnson is a Sportscaster currently working for NBC Sports as a reporter and sports anchor. Johnson has also served on NBC’s coverage as the sideline reporter at Notre Dame Football moreover. He served for Arena Football League broadcasts.
As a reporter anchoring the NBC Sports Update Desk before joining NBC Sports. Johnson gained a bachelor’s degree in Communication from Cincinnati University.
Lewis Johnson Age
He was born on December 13, 1962, in the United States. Johnson is 59 years old and on December 13, he celebrates his birthday.
Lewis Johnson Height
Johnson stands at 6 ft /Approx 1.83 m tall.
Lewis Johnson Education
He gained a bachelor’s degree in Communication from Cincinnati University. Upon his completion, Johnson for seven years competed professionally in Europe.
Lewis Johnson Family
He has managed to keep his life private regarding his family members and siblings despite being a public figure.
Lewis Johnson Wife
He is married to his graceful wife Dominique Galleron. Dominique at Touch of Paris Art Studio in Texas is an artist. The duo exchanged their wedding vows on November 5, 1995. The couple has two handsome sons.
Lewis Johnson Salary
He earns an annual salary of 45,000 – $ 110,500 per year.
Lewis Johnson’s Net worth
Johnson has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Lewis Johnson Career
He has also served for various Olympic games as an on-site reporter. During his tenure with NBC Sports, and at four Paralympic Games. Including in Pyeongchang the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games. Johnson as a reporter covered the Special Features Unit at NBC.
And the 2002 Olympic Winter Games from Salt Lake City apart from that. He as a sideline reporter has covered the two Paralympic Games, the AFL s nine Olympics, and the NBA additionally. Johnson has also served at ABC, ESPN, Westwood One the Pac-12 Network.
NBCSN, Turner Sports, and CBS Sports. Johnson at the 1987 NCAA Championships competed. In the 800 meters in 8th position with a personal record of 1:47.00 finishing moreover.
He began his career in 1994 as a stage manager at Turner Sports working. In St. Petersburg, Russia at Goodwill Games. Johnson retired in 1995 as an athlete and served as a reporter full-time sideline. He moved to ABC Sports for four years as a college football reporter and co