Andrés Cantor Bio | Wiki
Andrés Cantor is an Argentine-American sportscaster and pundit. He works in the United States providing Spanish-language commentary and analysis in sports. Andrés is famous among English speakers for his narration of soccer matches and shouting “¡Goooooooool!” when one is scored.
In addition, he also covers other sports as well. Additionally, He is also an actor, known for Speed Racer in 2008, Muppets Most Wanted in 2014, and Rumbo al Mundial in 1987.
Andrés Cantor Age
Andrés was born on December 22, 1962, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is 59 years old.
Andrés Cantor Height
He is a man of above-average stature and stands at a height of 6 ft (Approx. 1.84 m)
Andrés Cantor Family
He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina to his parents. Andrés moved with his family to Southern California, United States when he was a teen. He has dual citizenship in Argentina and America and his nationality is Argentinian. Andrés is of Jewish descent. His mother was born in Romania and migrated to Argentina while his father was born in Argentina.
Andrés Cantor Wife
Andrés is married to his lovely wife Liliana Williams. Together, the couple shares a son named Nicolas Cantor. Nico is based in London, where he serves as a contributor to CBS Sports’ UEFA Champions League.
Andrés Cantor Son
Andrés and Liliana’s son Nico is based in London, where he serves as a contributor to CBS Sports’ UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League coverage and hosts The Golazo! Show. Before that, he worked as an English-language commentator for Univision’s MLS coverage that aired on Twitter and the network’s SAP audio feed.
Andrés Cantor Education
He attended San Marino High School. Later, Andrés graduated from the University of Southern California.
Andrés Cantor Goal Call
Andrés is largely known for his signature bellowing of “¡Gooooooooooooooooooool!” after a score in football. Throughout Latin America and Spain, His style has been imitated by prominent football narrators. Additionally, he was the first to introduce this climactic scoring call to a U.S. audience while serving at Univision. He first used it at the 1990 FIFA World Cup, however, it became more popular during the 1994 World Cup, in the United States. His call is now being sold as a ringtone on Telemundo’s website
Andrés Cantor Telemundo | Univision
Andrés currently works for Telemundo Deportes, NBC Sports’s Spanish-language division. He also covers play-by-play for matches on both Telemundo and its sister cable network Universo. At the 2004 Summer Olympics, he served as both a studio anchor and the play-by-play announcer for baseball.
Andrés joined Telemundo after several years at Univisión. XM Satellite Radio, in partnership with him, launched a Spanish-language sports network. Andrés anchored Telemundo’s coverage of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London from the network’s studios in Hialeah, Florida. Moreover, he was also the play-by-play announcer for football during the games.
Andrés Cantor Futbol De Primera | Radio
Andrés is the owner and main play-by-play announcer of Futbol de Primera, a radio network that owns the Spanish-language radio rights to four FIFA World Cups. It has also received Mexico national team, and CONCACAF Gold Cup, among other sports properties. Moreover, Andrés serves as a host of a daily show, Futbol de Primera, which airs nationally on more than 100 affiliates.
Andrés Cantor NBC Sports
Cantor’s first English-language assignment was the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, where he called both men’s and women’s football for NBC, complete with his sig. At the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, Cantor provided only Spanish-language commentary for sister network Telemundo. Cantor will perform both English and Spanish-language broadcasts for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
Andrés’ colleagues at NBC Sports include:
Steve Letarte – Color analyst
Dan Hicks – Golf commentator
Dave Burns – pit reporter
KC Johnson – Bull Insider
Will Perdue – Chicago Bull
Andrés Cantor Nationality
Andrés was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and raised in the United States. He has dual citizenship in Argentina and America and his nationality is Argentinian.
Andrés Cantor Salary
He works works for Telemundo Deportes. Therefore, he receives a decent income. Andrés’ average salary is $98,943 per year.
Andrés Cantor Net Worth
He earns his wealth from his career. Therefore, he has amassed a fortune over the years. Andrés’ estimated net worth is $1 million.
Where Is Andres Cantor Now
Andrés currently works for Telemundo Deportes, NBC Sports’s Spanish-language division. He works in the United States providing Spanish-language commentary and analysis in sports. Andrés is famous among English speakers for his narration of soccer matches and shouting “¡Goooooooool!” when one is scored.