Born on December 12, 1962 Mike Golic is a television sports anchor currently employed as the co-host on ESPN Radio’s “Mike & Mike”. Besides, he’s also an analyst for ESPN as well as ESPN2’s NFL studio programming. He previously used to be a defensive lineman for the Notre Dame and National Football League (NFL); undoubtedly he was one outstanding player. Born and brought up at Willowick, Ohio Mike graduated from University of Notre Dame in 1985 where he used to play for college football team. Post graduation, he got drafted by the Houston Oilers in 1985 NFL Draft. For next several years, he went on playing defensive tackle as a pro. In his eight years career at NFL, he got to play for “Philadelphia Eagles” and “Miami Dolphins”. He had become one enormous sports figure around that time. But despite carrying such potential he decided not to play on a professional front. Instead, he insisted on becoming a journalist, a completely different career.
Date of Birth:
December 12, 1962
6' 5" (1.96 m)
Mike began his broadcasting career doing a weekly segment on “Randall Cunningham Show”. Speaking of his other accomplishment, he received a Mid-Atlantic Region Emmy Award for his feature “Golic’s Got It”. Year 1995, he came to ESPN as a reporter and analyst for “Sunday NFL Countdown”. From there on, his career took an amazing flight. Looking at his outstanding delivery of work, ESPN’s executives offered him to co-host “Mike & Mike” (1998) morning program alongside Mike Greenberg on ESPN Radio. Over the next couple of years, that program started becoming featured on ESPNEWS and ESPN2 both. His fame and recognition is all thanks to the makers of that show only. As of today, his total estimated net worth adds up to $ 9 million. His former career as an NFL player and sports anchor has helped him gather the fortune he’s made so far. However, the amount of salary he makes every year remain completely under dark. Already 51, Mike carries the same zeal and enigma even today.
Speaking of his personal life biography, he is married to wife Christine Golic. His marriage to Christine has lasted over 25 years. Both of them have built such a strong bond that it appears almost unbreakable. Reason behind their successful marriage could be their everlasting love and support for one another. One of an iconic couple, Mike truly found his soul mate in her. Together, they have three kids; two sons named Mike Jr. and Jake, and a beautiful daughter named Sydney. All three of his children attended the same University he had gone to, Notre Dame. His eldest son, Mike Golic Jr., was signed on to by Pittsburg Steelers as an undrafted agent following the 2013 NFL Draft. Besides achieving humongous success on a professional front, he also managed to produce similar harmony back home too. He’s got a beautiful family to go back home every night. He currently lives in Avon, Connecticut with his wife.
Details about him can be obtained from wiki and other personal sites relating him. Social networking sites could also be another easiest ways to remain up-close and personal with the guy. Today, he has reached 51 years of age and looking back at his accomplishments, he’s truly come at milestone. From starting his career as a rookie football player to ending at broadcasting field, he has achieved many glories. Some interesting and fun information about him, he’s a Sagittarian according to his zodiac sign. He’s 6’5 inches tall and that adds up to his already radiant personality. In 2010, he had co-authored a book “Mike and Mike’s Rules for Sports and Life”. He had written that book alongside Mike Greenberg. Couple of times, he’s also appeared on ESPN miniseries “Tilt”.