Lisa Guerrero, whom the Los Angeles Times has referred to as "the hardest working person in sports," has joined ABC Sports as the sideline reporter for ABC's NFL "Monday Night Football."

Guerrero, whom Hispanic Business Magazine named as one of the 100 Most Influential Hispanics, has had a wide array of experiences in the sports broadcasting business. Most recently she was an anchor for Fox Sports, appearing on "Best Damn Sports Show Period."

Guerrero joined Fox in late 1999, and served as a reporter for the "Regional Sports Report" in both the Southern California and Rocky Mountain regions. In addition, she reported for "Fox Overtime" and "Fox MLB Extra Innings", co-hosted "Sports Geniuses" as well as the Lakers post-season special, "Can You Dig It?," and traveled to Egypt with anchor Hugh Downs as the reporter for the network special, "Live From Egypt -- Opening the Tombs of the Golden Mummies." Guerrero has also hosted the San Diego Chargers' "Charger Magazine", making her the only woman to be the sole host of an NFL team's magazine show.

Prior to her work with Fox Sports, she served as a sports reporter for KCBS and KTTV in Los Angeles, and before that with SportsChannel New England. While in New England, Guerrero was also a sports correspondent for WEEI-AM all-sports radio.

An accomplished actress, Guerrero has appeared in over 200 commercials and dozens of television shows, including a starring role in Aaron Spellings' "Sunset Beach," as well as roles in "In the Heat of the Night," "Cybil," "Matlock" and "Frasier." Her writing credits include a monthly column in the sports magazine Street Zebra and the "My Favorite Weekend" column in the Los Angeles Times, as well as writing and producing all of her own television sports reports.

In her spare moments, Guerrero finds the time to be an active volunteer for the Salvation Army, as well as for the pediatric ward at Cedars Sinai Medical Center.

 
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