Liz Habib celebrated her fiftieth birthday in 2017. The talented reporter is presently covering the World Series. She has been married to her husband since 2012.
Liz Habib Wiki: Short bio on early life
Liz Habib belongs to a sports enthusiast family, her father was a collegiate swimmer. Out of her six brothers, four were associated with sports division 1 in college.
Habib graduated from the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania majoring in English and journalism. She was in the class of 1998.
Liz is Lebanese and proud of her pedigree. She attended the Lebanese Diaspora Energy Conference last month and had pleasant encounters with her fellow Lebanese-Americans. She has been trying to promote her culture and influence the youth to do so too.
Liz Habib is happily married to husband Charles
Habib is a married woman. She walked down the aisle for Charles Whittaker on October 20, 2012.
The couple shares immense love. Due to their work commitments, they need to commute from Orange County to Los Angeles.
They do not share any children together. But they have two pet dogs, Wiley and Teddy.
Liz Habib adding World Series to career triumphs
Liz professionally joined the journalism industry in the year 2005, she was appointed as an anchor and host by the KTTV network, a Fox O&O in Los Angeles. She was promoted to the channel's main sports anchor in the year 2011. She has earned two Emmy Awards for her fine work as a reporter and anchor.
Habib currently is an anchor for Fox 11 Overtime NFL, Fox 11 Extra Innings and some college post-game shows, and MLB games on Fox Network. She appears as a regular on Studio 11 LA, and the Fox 11. In her career, she has served reputed networks like Fox Sports 1, Fox News, and CNN.
In 2012, Habib was criticized by Adweek.com as the worst sports anchor in L.A. They highlighted a light stumble of Habib while she covered the Kings-Phoenix Coyotes game. She has been proving them wrong with her up and coming career.
Liz is recently in news for the World Series. She has been traveling all over the nation to cover the World Series. With such good work and reputation, Habib surely has earned a massive net worth in her more than a decade of serving the industry.
|Birthday||January 08, 1967|
|Age||51 Years Old|
|Working For||Fox Sports|