Louis Aguirre

Louis Aguirre Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Gay, Spouse, WPLG, Networth

Louis Aguirre Biography

Louis Aguirre is an Emmy-award winning anchor and TV journalist for WPLG South Florida’s ABC station. He co-anchors the station’s weekday 3:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. newscasts.  He is a former anchor for The Insider covering the entertainment industry.

Louis Aguirre Age

He was born on 12 November 1966 in , Miami, Florida, United States.

Louis Aguirre Height

He stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch tall.

Louis Aguirre Education

He attended Belen Jesuit Preparatory School for his high school education and later joined the University of Miami graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and later he got a degree in French. While at the University of Miami, he joined a student-run cable broadcast program.

Louis Aguirre Parents

He is the beloved son to his mother Aida Aguirre and father Louis Juan Aguirre. His father is an engineer.

Louis Aguirre Gay

Louis is openly gay.

Louis Aguirre Married – Louis Aguirre Husband

He is not married but has been in a relationship with his partner Matt Macdonald since 1999. The couple stays together in Miami Beach with two rescues Reilly and Chief.

Matt is a Miami Interior designer. He is the founder of MacDonald Design Associates, Inc which he founded in 1996 and has has evolved into a prestigious and prolific design firm, specializing in high-end residential and commercial design. As well as creating highly personal interiors in varied design styles.

Louis Aguirre Kids

Louis and his partner have no children but they have two rescue dogs, Reilly and Chief.

Louis Aguirre WPLG – Channel 10

Louis is a news anchor at WPLG-Local 10 having joined the station in 2017. He co-anchors the station’s weekday 3:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. newscasts. He also anchors the 10 p.m. Local 10 newscast on WSFL.

He is also WPLG Local 10’s Environmental Advocate and the face of the station’s-wide campaign called Don’t Trash Our Treasure. He has received several accolades for Don’t Trash Our Treasure, including three Emmy awards for environmental reporting, an Esserman-Knight Foundation Journalism award for the primetime series Saving Biscayne Bay and the “Good 2 Green” award from the South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. He’s also been recognized with a commendation from the Miami-Dade County Board of Commissioners, a commendation from the City of Miami Beach for efforts involving International Coastal Cleanup Day and induction into the Boys and Girls Club Hall of Fame.

Louis landed his first job, shortly after graduation, as a reporter for the Miami Telemundo affiliate. At only 22 years, he was the Capitol Hill correspondent for TV Marti. He soon joined WPLG – ABC affiliate in Miami as an anchor and reporter. His first role was to travel with a documentary team sponsored by Brown University to study the Cuban Missile Crisis on its 30th anniversary.

Initially, the station’s senior Cuban journalist had been tapped to go, but when the reporter was denied a Cuban visa, Aguirre was ready to step in. He interviewed key players like Fidel Castro. He later became a weekend anchor and was one one of the few American journalists allowed into Cuba to cover the 30th anniversary of the Cuban missile crisis.

He has also worked as a lead correspondent for “A Current Affair” on ‘Extra’. She has also worked at Fox as co-host of “Fox and Friends.” He then joined WSVN Channel 7 where he spent fourteen years as a co-host of Deco Drive. He was also the chief entertainment correspondent. In 2014 he relocated to Los Angeles to co-anchor the nationally syndicated program “The Insider.”

In addition to his journalism career he has also played a few roles as an actor. He played Tom in the movie ‘Single In South Beach’ in 2015. He also voiced Cortez/Manny Chavez and the minor character, Adrian, in Funcom’s ‘The Longest Journey’ which was an adventure game. In 1995, he appeared in TV series named JAG.

Louis Aguirre Awards

Aguirre has received three Emmy prizes for environmental reporting, an Esserman-Knight Foundation Journalism award for the primetime series Saving Biscayne Bay, and the South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s “Good 2 Green” award for Don’t Trash Our Treasure. He’s also been honored by the Miami-Dade County Board of Commissioners, the City of Miami Beach, and the Boys and Girls Club Hall of Fame for his work on International Coastal Cleanup Day.

Louis Aguirre Salary

His actual salary is unknown but according to Paysacle, an average salary of the news anchor at WPLG ranges from $72,971 to $117,827 annually.

Louis Aguirre Net worth

He has an estimated net worth of $2 million.