Meet Radio Host: Neil Mitchell's Wife

Neil Mitchell has kept his wife's identity a secret.

Mitchell has never spoken openly about his life partner. Thus we don't have any correct information.

He hasn't shared anything about his previous relationships or affairs, either.

Meet Neil Mitchell's Children

Mitchell has a son and a daughter and has been married since the 1980s.

The name of his son and daughter is not disclosed yet.

He rarely speaks about his personal life in public. He is a die-hard Melbourne Football Club follower.

Neil Mitchell hasn't disclosed any information about his parents, too, on any social media.

He is very secretive when it comes to sharing information about his family member.

Know Neil Mitchell's Age

Neil Mitchell is 69 years old. He was born on November 21, 1951.

Neil's zodiac sign is Scorpio, and the Chrysanthemum is his birth flower.

Mitchell, the son of a schoolteacher, began his career in journalism at the age of 17 after graduating from high school.

He has worked in the media, including newspapers, radio, and television.

On the Nine and Ten networks, he hosted documentaries and his talk-back TV show, all of which were short-lived.

He also contributed to two Seven Network shows and Sky News Australia.

Neil Mitchell was named an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in the Queen's Birthday Honours List in June 2007, "for service to the print, radio, and television media, as well as to the community through a range of philanthropic organizations."

Neil Mitchell's Wiki 

Neil Mitchell is a well-known journalist from Australia. His birthplace is Australia, and he was born on November 21, 1951.

Neil was born in 1951 and is a well-known journalist. He is also on Australia's list of wealthiest people.

From 1985 to 1987, he was one of the youngest editors of a major Australian metropolitan newspaper, holding the position of editor of The Herald.

Mitchell worked at The Age for 16 years as a reporter, columnist, and news executive, including four years as a sports editor.

In addition, he has worked for Time Magazine.

MTR, a rival upstart talk station, made a solid effort to secure Mitchell's services.

Mitchell eventually stayed at 3AW after protracted negotiations between 3AW and the station's soon-to-be-out-of-contract Mitchell, citing devotion to his listeners as his primary reason for visiting.