Mike Tirico

Jack Ol 04 Jul,2016

Facts of Mike Tirico

Birth Name
Michael Todd Tirico
Famous Name
Mike Tirico
Married to
Debbie Tirico
Currently Married
Donald Tirico
Maria Tirico


Career & Net worth

$3 million
Net Worth
$8 million
Currently Club


Married to
Debbie Tirico
Currently Married

Mike Tirico is an American sportscaster best known for his 10-year run as an NFL play-by-play announcer on ESPN's Monday Night Football from 2006 to 2015. He has established himself as one of the most adorable journalists of all time. Tirico has called a multitude of programming for ESPN/ABC, including NBA basketball, golf, and tennis. He was one of the anchors of ESPN's coverage of the FIFA World Cup along with Bob Ley. Currently, he is working for NBC Sports.

The fifty-two years old is married and shares two children with his spouse. Furthermore, the sportscaster has an estimated net worth of $8 million with an annual salary of $3 million.

How Much Is Mike Tirico's Net Worth In 2021? Know His Salary; Source of his Earnings

Mike Tirico has an estimated net worth of $8 million in 2021, including all of his properties and incomes. He is currently receiving an annual salary of $3 million from NBC Sports. He is listed at 9th position in the list for worlds highest-paid sportscasters. 

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In 2016, his salary at NBC was reported to be $2.5 million.

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Furthermore, he owns a million-dollar mansion in Ann Arbor, Michigan (MI), US. According to the source, the median home value in Ann Arbor is $378,600. Further, Ann Arbor home values have gone up 4.2% over the past year and predict they will rise 1.8% within the next year.

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Mike Tirico's Personal Life; Is He Married?

Mike Tirico is married to wife Debbie Tirico. The duo tied the knots in the year 1991. His girlfriend-turned-wife Debbie is a former all-state softball and basketball player from Trenton. They met while the two were students at Syracuse University.

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The lovely couple is also blessed with two lovely children and the family currently resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

The reporter is 5 ft. and 10 inches tall in height. Further, the NFL reporter can be followed in social sites like Twitter and Facebook.

Wife: Debbie

Debbie Tirico attended Syracuse University where she was the letter winner in women’s basketball for 4 times. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree and later earned an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business.

Tirico's wife lives in Ann Arbor where she works at the local non-profit organizations.

Sexual Allegations

He was once caught in a sexual harassment-related controversy while working with ESPN. He was suspended from the Network for allegations of stalking, groping and sexual solicitation from various female workers in the network.

After allegations, he left ESPN and joined ABC network after the incident and later rejoined ESPN after a year's term with NBC. Further, he is a good friend of Steve Levy and Joel Mayers.

Mike Tirico's Bio, Early Life, and Education

Mike Tirico was born as Michael Todd Tirico on 13th of December 1966 and is currently 51 years old, as of 2018. He was born to Donald Tirico and Maria Tirico. He was born in Whitestone, New York, the United States. The reporter is American by his nationality and his ethnicity is multiracial. Despite his dark skin and non-white features, he claims he is not from an African-American background.

Grew up in Queens, New York, Tirico is graduated of Bayside High School and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.

He stands 5 feet 8 inches tall, however, his weight is under review. 

Professional Career of Mike Tirico

Prior to landing his opportunity at ESPN, Mike worked for four years as Sports Director at CBS affiliate WTVH-TV in Syracuse, New York. Currently, he has handled many assignments for SportsCenter. From 1997 to 2005, he has handled play-by-play for ESPN’s Thursday night college football package.

He also hosted studio coverage of various ESPN and ABC covered events, including a stint on ESPN’s Monday Night Countdown. He has been paired in college football with Tim Brant, Terry Bowden, Mike Gottfried, Kirk Herbstreit, Lee Corso, and David Norrie.

On April 21 and 22, 2007, he appeared as a guest host, filling in for Michael Wilbon, alongside Tony Kornheiser on ESPN’s “Pardon the Interruption”.

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Great night in Vegas joining the awesome team in the booth on American Ninja Warrior. Talking #winterolympics

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He also excelled in a radio career and hosted his first show from WAER radio in the New York station. He is one of the best announcers in the world.

In August 2018, he was appointed a studio host on NBC's “Football Night in America” replacing Dan Patrick.

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