Co-host of ESPN radio Mike Golic net worth and salary is now known. Being a sports anchor his net worth is of $15 million and his bio revealed height, age & family detail. For any sports enthusiast here, the radio talk show Mike & Mike is no alien program. Every sports lover has once in their lifetime, tuned into radio and enjoyed the great broadcasting prowess of Mike Golic and Mike Greenberg. The Mike & Mike duo made ESPN Radio a fanfavorite and it was their talent over broadcasting and quality programs that the show, Mike & Mike was inducted into the NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2016.
|Full Name||Michael Louis Golic|
|Birth Date||December 12 , 1962|
|Height||6′ 5″ / 1.96 m|
|Net Worth||$15 Million|
|Source Of Earning||Host|
One half of the duo, Mike Golic was a former National Football League (NFL) defensive lineman. Golic, who was born in 1962, spent his childhood in Willowick, Ohio. He attended the St. Joseph High School in Cleveland, Ohio. While Golic was studying at the Universityof Notre Dame, he served as a captain of the university football team. He was later picked up by Houston Oilers in 1985. For 8 years, Golic played under NFL as a defensive tackle, joining teams like Houston Oilers (1985 – 1987), Philadelphia Eagles (1987- 1992) and Miami Dolphins (1993). There are other popular host like Andy Cohen, Jedediah Bila and Nancy O’Dell who are earning in thousands of dollar every month.
He retired from his professional football career and joined the broadcasting world. When he was in Philadelphia for 5 years, he began to appear on television with a weekly segment in the Randall Cunningham Show. For his feature, Golic’s Got It, on the TV show, he received a Mid-Atlantic Region Emmy Award. He became more famous when he joined the sports-talk radio show Mike & Mike along with his co-host Mike Greenberg in 1998.
Mike Golic had quite a rendezvous with the entertainment industry. Apart from his TV appearance and radio show, he also appeared in the PS3 and Xbox 360 game All-Pro Football 2K8. He later made an appearance in the ESPN mini-series Tilt. Along with his co-host of the radio show, Mike Greenberg, Golic appeared on the TV series Guiding Light in 2008. He has endorsed several products like Nutrisystem, ESPN College Pick’Em for Dr. Pepper, Tobasco hot sauce and Smithfield Foods deli products. In 2011, Golic started to endorse Philadelphia’s Steven Singer Jewelers. Presently, Golic lives in Avon, Connecticut with his wife Christine and their three children, Mike Jr., Jake and Sydney. He and his co-host of Mike & Mike, Mike Greenberg, wrote the 2010 book Mike and Mike’s Rules for Sports and Life. It has been estimated that with a thriving broadcasting career and several endorsement deals, Mike Golic is worth is to be around $15 million.