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Rob Fukuzaki is an American sports anchor Monday through Friday for ABC7 Eyewitness News, as well as host of special sports programs such as Saturday Night Sports, Slam Dunk and Chargers before and after games. When he joined ABC7 in 1994, he became the first Japanese-American television presenter on local Los Angeles television news.
Rob Fukuzaki Education
Fukuzaki attended Mid-Pacific High School in Honolulu. He then attended the University of La Verne in Southern California and earned a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism with an emphasis on radio and television. While at La Verne, he was elected the College Announcer of the Year three years in a row.
Rob Fukuzaki Carrera
Fukuzaki began his television career for the Top 40 radio station KXPW in Hawaii. Soon after, he began working part-time for KITV in Honolulu doing sports reports. Rob eventually got a full-time position working as a station’s sports reporter and weekend presenter.
One of Fukuzaki’s most memorable tasks at KITV was an award-winning Sumo special in Japan. The broadcast featured Hawaii’s three top-ranked wrestlers, including Grand Champion Musashimaru and Grand Champion Akebono.
Fukuzaki joined KABC in 1994. Since joining ABC7, he has done a great job for the community, organizing charity events and charity dinners. In 1996, he founded the Heads Up Youth Foundation, of which Rob is the president and his wife Sharil is the ceo. The goal of the foundation is to help underprivileged youth in Southern California.
It’s been your dream to have the opportunity to cover all your favorite childhood teams in Southern California. In nearly 25 years at ABC7, Fukuzaki has covered Super Bowls, World Series, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Finals and Championship Boxing.
In 2016, he was inducted into the Southern California Sports Announcer Hall of Fame, along with his heroes Chick Hearn, Vin Scully and Bob Miller.
As a singer, Fukuzaki has composed and recorded tributes for legendary Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda and former Dodgers star Raul Mondesi.
Rob Fukuzaki Age
Fukuzaki was born on July 4, 1966, in Torrance, California, United States.
Rob Fukuzaki family
Rob was born in Torrance, but moved with his family to Honolulu when he was 3. He has not provided any details about his parents and siblings.
Rob fukuzaki wife
Fukuzaki is married to Sharil. The couple have a son named Maverick Robert Fukuzaki, who was born on May 21, 2019. There is not much information about his wife, although it is known that she supports her husband a lot.
“My wife Sharil has been my best friend and spine in recent years and I also thank her for her understanding. It’s not easy dealing with my hours.
Rob Fukuzaki Body Measurements
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Rob Fukuzaki’s Salary
Fukuzaki’s annual salary is estimated to be between $24,292 and $72,507 or an average hourly wage of between $10.15 and $31.32. This is according to our average wage estimates for an anchor in the United States.
Rob Fukuzaki’s net worth
Being one of the main sports presenters of the working days in KABC-TV, there is no doubt that it has a good net worth. In 2017 he sold his Sherman Oaks home for $1.445 million.
Rob Fukuzaki FREQUENTLY Asked Questions
Who’s Rob Fukuzaki?
Fukuzaki is an American sports host Monday through Friday for ABC7 Eyewitness News.
How old is Fukuzaki?
Fukuzaki is 53 years old from 2019.
How tall is Fukuzaki?
Fukuzaki’s height is not known.
Is Fukuzaki married?
Fukuzaki is married to Sharil.
How much is Fukuzaki worth?
Fukuzaki’s net worth is not known.
How much does Fukuzaki make?
Fukuzaki’s annual salary is estimated to be between $24,292 and $72,507 or an average hourly wage of between $10.15 and $31.32.
Where does Fukuzaki live?
Fukuzaki lives in the United States of America.
Is Fukuzaki dead or alive?
Fukuzaki is still alive and in good health.
Where’s Fukuzaki now?
Fukuzaki is a midweek sports host for ABC7 Eyewitness News.