Lynda Lopez Husband, Married, Daughter, Net Worth, Bio, Sister

She is another famous Lopez but not quite as her elder sister Jennifer, but none the less is a familiar face in TV news and programs. Lynda Lopez is the younger sister of Jennifer Lopez working in such TV channels like WPIX, WCBS, and WWOR. During her work as a TV journalist, she would go ahead and also interview her famous sister.

Lynda Lopez Husband, Married, Daughter, Net Worth, Bio, Sister

Quick Information

  • Date of Birth 1971 June 15
  • Nationality American
  • Profession Journalist
  • Marital Status Single
  • Divorced/Engaged Not Yet
  • Boyfriend/Dating Adam Goldfried (Ex.)
  • Gay/Lesbain No
  • Ethnicity Puerto Rican
  • Net Worth Not Disclosed
  • Social Media Twitter, Instagram
  • Children/Kids Lucie Wren Lopez-Goldfried (Daughter)
  • Height 5 Feet 7 Inches (170 cm)
  • Education Long Island University, Preston High School (1989)
  • Siblings Jennifer Lopez & Leslie Lopez (Sisters)
  • Parents Guadalupe Rodríguez (Mother), David Lopez (Father)

American journalist Lynda Lopez is a single mother to her daughter Lucie Wren Lopez-Goldfried, who she had with her ex-boyfriend Adam Goldfried in 2008. Despite all the difficulties as a single mother, the journalist does not leave a chance to give Lucie all the love and care she needs. 

Lynda Lopez Love Life

While her days at WNEW-FM as a DJ, she came across the American TV personality, Chris Booker, in 2002. Both co-hosted a morning show at the station. 

And soon, chemistry began to spark between the two, and they began dating. But, the relationship ended in 2005, and both parted their ways. 

Moving on from the years-long relationship, Lopez found love again. The journalist began dating a media personality, Adam Goldfried. 

However, it is unclear when the couple began dating, but in August 2008, Lopez gave birth to her daughter Lucie Wren Lopez-Goldfried, with Adam Goldfried.   


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Lopez as A Single Mother

After Lopez’s relationship ended with Adam Goldfried, Lopez “had it worse” as a single mother, as said by her sister Jennifer in an interview.

Reportedly Jennifer mentioned being a single mother to her twins was much easier with a lot of help around her, not the case for her sister Lynda Lopez. Being a proud sister, Jennifer praised the single mother for doing her best in raising Lucie despite her constricted situation. 

No matter how bad she has had, Lopez certainly did the best job raising her daughter right. Lopez often posts her moments with her daughter, with whom she shares an amazing bond.  


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Career and Net Worth

Soon after she finished her broadcasting degree, Lopez kickstarted her radio broadcasting career by joining WBAB, WLIR, and WXXP-FM, in Long Island. 

Moving forward from her work as assistant program director and music director, she joined WKTU as a DJ. Likewise, she then went on to work at WCBS Radio as a news anchor.

As for her television career, which she began in the late 1990s, she worked as a VJ at VH1 channel for a short while and did a special interview with her sister Jennifer Lopez. 

Progressing further, she has worked with several networks throughout the years, Style Network, WNBC-TV, and WNJU. 

Besides, Lopez also hosted various tv shows such as WWOR-TV’s My, Good Day New York at WNYW-TV, and Fox 5 Live.  

No wonder Lopez has amassed a massive amount of wealth from her decades-long successful broadcasting career, but the actual numbers remain unrevealed. 


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Short Bio

On June 15, 1971, the journalist was born in New York City to the parents, Guadalupe Rodriguez and David Lopez. And is a younger sister to the superstar Jennifer Lopez and Leslie Lopez. 

Brought up in Castle Hill, Lopez received her high school degree in 1989 from Preston High School. Further, for higher education, she joined Long Island University’s C.W. Post Campus and graduated with a degree in broadcasting and communications. 

Due to her excellent performance in television, the journalist received an Emmy Award under the Outstanding Morning News Program category in 2001.