Once Lisa Guerrero made her arrival at Inside Edition, the show's ratings went up 17 percent.
Lisa's short list of movie appearances include Batman Returns in 1992,
Fire Down Below in 1997, and A Plumm Summer in 2007.
Lisa at age 40 in December of 2005, posed nude for the January 2006 issue of Playboy Magazine. Afterward, Lisa confessed that Playboy had asked her to pose in the mid-1980s, but Lisa promptly turned-down that offer.
Lisa was a sportscaster at FOX affiliate KTTV in Los Angeles, California in the late 1990s.
The Hispanic Business Journal rated Lisa as one of the 100 most influential Hispanics in America today.
The Los Angeles Times reported on Lisa Guerrero as "the hardest working person in sports".
Lisa took stage as a sportscaster on Los Angeles' KCBS news station.
After her success of being a cheerleader at the Los Angeles Rams, Lisa moved to the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots teams, becoming entertainment director for both.
On February 3, 2004 Lisa tied the knot with MLB pitcher Scott Erickson.
In June of 2006, Lisa officially became a correspondent for the television newsmagazine Inside Edition.
Lisa was the host for the Hispanic Heritage Month Banquet at the White House in the year 2003.
Lisa has posed for famous magazines as Playboy, FHM and Maxim.
Lisa began her in-the-spotlight career during the 1980s as a NFL cheerleader for the Los Angeles Rams.
Lisa's father ran a quaint family business, while her grandparents worked with the Salvation Army.
In the year 1972, when Lisa was only eight years old, her mother passed away.
Lisa Guerrero spent much of her childhood residing in San Diego and Huntington Beach, California.
Lisa was born to parents Walter Coles and Lucy Guerrero.
Lisa Guerrero: (Speaking of her rather unusual job of being a female as well as a sportscaster.) I'm comfortable with my femininity, and I don't try to change what I look like just because I'm reporting on football at the end of the night.
Lisa Guerrero: (Speaking of the stereotype that looking good on television means you don't have the serious factor needed as a reporter.) Constantly there's a credibility issue; you're judged on how you look. If you look good, people assume you aren't credible. It's a battle you'll always fight if you're on TV and a female.
Lisa Guerrero: (Speaking of the difficulty she faces as a sports reporter with athletes.) Athletes don't want to talk to you, it's the least favorite part of their job. So the hardest part is actually getting the interview.
Lisa Guerrero: At one point I went 51 weeks without taking a day off. When I worked with Fox, I went three years without taking a vacation.