Mike Irwin is a well-known American veteran sportscaster serving for KNWA/KARK, Pig Trail Nation team as a sports reporter and analyst. Prior to joining KNWA in 2012, he was serving as a sports director for KFSM.
Mike Irwin Age
Mike Irwin was born on Jul 22, 1948, in North Texas, in the United States of America. He is 74 years of age.
Mike Irwin Height
Mike stands at a moderate height is 5 ft 7 in ( approx 1.7m ).
Mike Irwin Family
Mike was born to his parents in North Texas, in the United States of America. He has been brought up alongside his sister Sharon and his younger brother. Further, his mum marked her 92nd birthday in 2018. Nonetheless, he has been extremely confidential about disclosing the identity of his mum, dad, and his younger brother. Similarly, he grew up referring to his younger brother as the square head.
Mike Irwin Wife
He has been wedded to his delightful wife Mary Irwin. The duo is proud parents of two grown-up kids, Josh and Terry. Further, the duo is proud grandparents of 5 grandchildren i.e.; Mikaela, Athan, Clark, Ella, and Austin. The family lives in Fayetteville
Mike Irwin Education
He studied at North Texas State for his secondary education where he graduated in 1971. Nonetheless, he has not disclosed where he earned his degree in sports journalism due to his secretive nature.
Mike Irwin Salary
He receives an annual salary of $99,250 and this is in accordance with Knwa anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Mike Irwin’s Net Worth
Mike has an estimated net worth of $3 million US dollars.
Mike Irwin Career
Mike has been working for the Pig Trail Nation team on KNWA as the senior reporter and analyst since 2012. Prior to joining KNWA in Arkansas, he was serving as a sports director for KFSM. He spent 3 decades and a half at KFSM. Besides, his experience of 5 decades stretched back to the era of Frank Broyle which makes him competitive in the sports industry.
During his career as a sports reporter, he has acquired several AP Awards. Further, he has also reported live from four College World Series, the Orange Bowl, NCAA basketball, and baseball regionals, three Final Fours, and five Cotton Bowls.
During his career as a sportscaster, he has also served as a sports director for KTRE. When he is not at the station working, he loves to spend his free time with his family, playing golf, and getting hands-on home improvement projects.