- Date of Birth
- Age 57 Years Old
- Famous Name Gord Miller
- Country Canada CA
- Birth Name Gordon Matthew Miller
- Birth Place Sundre, Alberta
- Famous Name Gord Miller
- Horoscope Cancer
- Father Not Known
- Mother Not Known
- Salary $46,005 dollars
- No. of Twitter Followers 218k
- Nationality Canadian
- Ethnicity White
- Profession sportscaster
- Famous for sportscasting
- Started career as reporter
- Currently Working For TSN
- Awards Gemini Award for Best Sports Play-by-Play or Analyst
- Currently Married Not Known
- Affair with Not known
- Girlfriend Not known
- Religion Christianity
Gordon Matthew Miller is a famous Canadian sportscaster currently working for TSN. He further works as a play-by-play announcer for the NHL on TSN and also a lead announcer for TSN's coverage of international hockey. He also covers ice hockey, provides play-by-play for Canadian Football, and also does play-by-play for NBCSN.
Gordon Matthew Miller, reportedly earns around $46,000 dollars, as his yearly salary from the network. However, his net worth is yet to be estimated. Regarding his personal life, the fifty-four years old is married.
Gord Miller Net worth and Salary
The Canadian sportscaster/anchor Gordon Matthew Miller receives an annual salary of $46,000 dollars from his successful reporting career with TSN. His net worth is still under review.
Not to mention, Miller is one of the most popular TSN anchors who has made a successful career as a sports anchorman. As TSN is a popular Sports Network, it is well known for paying a heavy amount of salary to its sportscasters. As Gordon Matthew Miller is a regular TSN anchor, he earns a decent amount of salary from the network.
Besides being a famous sportscaster, Gordon is pretty famous on social media. He has 218k followers on Twitter.
Gord Miller Marital Status; Who is he Married to?
Gordon Miller is reported to be married but hasn't revealed anything about his personal life, not even his spouse's identity. He has maintained secrecy about his relationship status and dating affairs. Recently in November 2018, he made a retweet where he hinted about being married and having a wife.
To be honest, my wife volunteered to do this but is out of town. She left me holding the bag.
— Gord Miller (@GMillerTSN) November 9, 2018
Miller also revealed through one of the tweets that he met his wife through his job. The couple has a daughter who is around 10.
He is pretty successful in a sportscasting career but he doesn't like to open up about his personal life. However, he has mentioned his wife on a Twitter post but never mentioned her name. So, we can assume Miller to be a married man who doesn't like talking about his relationships.
Life and Educational History
Gordon Matthew Miller was born on June 21, 1964, in Sundre, Alberta. He holds Canadian nationality and has a zodiac sign of
There is absolutely no information regarding Gord Miller's education history from where he studied and graduated.
Miller began his career working for CBC and covered the Edmonton Oilers. Later, in 1990, he joined TSN as a reporter and occasionally covered NHL hockey. However, he started covering hockey play-by-play regularly in 1994.
That year, he also covered World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, starting as a rinkside reporter and secondary play-by-play caller and eventually becoming the lead announcer in 2002.
Miller also covered the IIHF World Championships and Women's World Championships. Further, he was also a host of That's Hockey. In 2002, he became TSN's lead hockey play-by-play announcer and teamed up with Pierre McGuire.
Further, Canada's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium selected him along with his colleague Chris Cuthbert as play-by-play announcers for the men's ice hockey tournament at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Besides hockey and CFL football, Miller has done play-by-play for Toronto Blue Jays games and further covered events like the World Series, the British Open, and the World Figure Skating Championship. He has also worked on the NBCSN's Friday Night Ice college hockey telecasts.
He also called the track and field events at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London for Canada's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium, which included the 100m final featuring Usain Bolt.