Lou Canellis Biography
Lou Canellis is a journalist and news anchor currently serving in Chicago, Illinois atFOX 32 News Channel as a sports anchor daily at 5 p.m. and 9 p.m newscasts. The channel is a Fox-owned and operated television station. In addition, Lou also hosts the Bears’ pregame and postgame shows, and halftime, and on the local Fox affiliate, hosts their preseason games. He also provides the Bears Blitz and Bears Recap at Comcast Sportsnet on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Lou Canellis Age | Birthday
Canellis was born in Oak Lawn, Illinois in the United States, in 1964. He is 57 years old. Though, It is not known when Lou celebrates his birthday.
Lou Canellis Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches/ Approx1.7 m tall.
Lou Canellis Family
Canellis was born and raised by his father and mother in Oak Lawn, Illinois. He was the oldest in a family of three kids in a Greek home. His uncle, Nick Kladis, 1949 to 1952 played at Loyola as a basketball player. Nick had a team that won the NCAA championship been a volunteer assistant coach.
Lou Canellis Wife
He got married in 2005 to his lovely wife named Monica Canellis. At the time the two met, He was dating a 23-year-old girl. His current wife Monica was residing in Atlanta. His wife served the band Collective Soul as the manager and when he visited the Versace store sometimes directed Elton John to the bathroom. The duo got married at the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Chicago in 2005.
Lou Canellis Salary
Lou earns an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000.
Lou Canellis Net Worth
Canellis has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Lou Canellis Career
Canellis is a Sports anchor and news reporter currently working for FOX 32 News. In addition, Lou airs newscasts on FOX 32, at 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. Moreover, while serving for FOX Chicago, He hosted news for all five of the TV shows the Bears own and produce.
Additionally, Lou also hosts the Bears’ pregame and postgame shows, and halftime, and on the local Fox affiliate, hosts their preseason games.
Moreover, his first dream job was on TV and radio of the Chicago Bulls broadcasts as a member. He served on the sidelines and is well-known for his post-game chats with Michael Jordan.