Frank Vogel Biography, Age, Family, Wife, Education, Career, Achievements, Net Worth 2023, Latest News, & More

Frank Vogel is an American professional basketball coach. He previously served as head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, Orlando Magic and Indiana Pacers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Vogel also previously served as an assistant coach for the Pacers, Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics. He will lead the Lakers to the 2020 NBA Championship.

Bio / Wiki

Age – 49 years

Height – 5 feet 9 inches

Weight – 178.6 kg

Full Name-Frank Paul Vogel

Born – June 21, 1973

Place of birth – Wildwood Crest, New Jersey, USA

Occupation – American professional basketball coach

Spouse – Jenifer Vogel

Children – Arianna Vogel and Alexa Vogel

Position-Head Coach

Coaching career-2001–present


Frank Vogel Jr. (father), Fran Voge (mother), Vogel grew up in Wildwood Crest, New Jersey. In eighth grade, he appeared on Late Night with David Letterman in Stupid Human Tricks, where he spun a basketball with a toothbrush while brushing his teeth.

On December 10, 1990, Vogel’s childhood home caught fire and everything in the house was destroyed. Vogel, who was 17 at the time, and his mother, the only two people in the house at the time, escaped through a window.



Frank Vogel is married to Jenifer Vogel

Frank Vogel wife

Jennifer Vogel worked as a writer and journalist in Minneapolis for seven years before moving to Seattle to serve as editor-in-chief of The Stranger. She moved back to Minneapolis in 2003


Frank Vogel and Jennifer Vogel have been married for some years and have been blessed with two daughters, Arianna, and Alexa.

Frank Vogel children Alexa-Arianna-Vogel


Frank Vogel graduated from Wildwood High School in 1991.  Vogel started on the Division III basketball team at Juniata College in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania.   In 1994, Vogel transferred to the University of Kentucky. During the 1994-95 season, Vogel served as the student manager for the men’s team of the Kentucky Wildcats under head coach Rick Pitino. The following season, Pitino revived the school’s junior varsity team and Vogel played for them. Vogel graduated from Kentucky with a B.A. in Biology in 1998.


 Coaching career: 2010-2021

Frank Vogel amassed a record 431 wins and 389 losses during his coaching career with the Indiana Pacers, Los Angeles Lakers, and Orlando Magic. He began coaching during the 2010 season and most recently during the 2021 campaign.  From 2001 to 2010, Frank Vogel was an assistant coach for the Boston Celtics, Philadelphia 76ers and Indiana Pacers. Then, in 2011, the opportunity to become the head coach opened.

As a first-year head coach, Vogel led the Pacers to a 20-18 record entering the middle of the year. The shortened 2012 season was his first “full” year as coach, leading Indiana to a 42-24 record.

After 2016, Vogel left the Pacers and became the head coach of the Orlando Magic. He spent two seasons there and posted a 54-110 record.

From there, he left Orlando to coach LeBron James and the LA Lakers. He spent three years with the team before being fired after the 2022 season. He had a 127-98 record with the Lakers.

Frank Vogel Career

 Achievement/ Awards

LG season award

2011–2012 NBA Eastern Conference Coach of the Month (April)

2013–14 NBA Eastern Conference Coach of the Month (November)

2014–2015 NBA Eastern Conference Coach of the Month (February)

2015–2016 NBA Eastern Conference Coach of the Month (April)

2019-2020 NBA Western Conference Coach of the Month (November)

  Frank Vogel net worth 2023

Frank Vogel also earns well in his profession thanks to his endless social media. Frank Vogel net worth is estimated to be more than $8 million in 2022.

Latest News About Frank Vogel

NBA: Suns hire Frank Vogel as coach – report.

Frank vogel Latest News

The Phoenix Suns have reached an agreement to hire former Los Angeles Lakers head coach Frank Vogel, several US media reported on Friday,2 June 2023.

Vogel, 49, led LeBron James, Anthony Davis, and the rest of the Lakers to the 2020 championship in Orlando, Florida, in the Covid-19 bubble.

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