Mike Tirico Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, NBC
December 12, 2022
Mike Tirico Biography
Mike Tirico is a famous American sportscaster who currently serves for the NBC Sports team and has been with the channel since officially joining in 2016. He is well known for his 10-year run on ESPN’s Monday Night Football as an NFL play-by-play announcer.
Tirico worked on the network from 2006 -2015. Since he cast his career in sports journalism, he has contacted a multitude of sports including the NHL, NBA, college football and basketball, tennis, golf, and World Cup soccer just to mention but a few.
Mike Tirico Age
Mike Tirico was born on Dec 13, 1966, in Queens, New York City, United States. He is 56 years of age.
Mike Tirico Height
Tirico is a man of average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches ( Approximately 1.73 meters).
Mike Tirico Family
Tirico was born to his father Donald Tirico and his mother Maria Tirico on Dec 13, 1966, in Queens, New York City, United States. Tirico was brought up in the New York City borough of Queens to his parents. His parents divorced when he was only four years old and since then, he has lost contact with Donald’s family.
Mike Tirico Wife
Tirico is wedded to his wife Deborah Gilbert Tirico. The couple was hitched in 1991 and the couple has two kids a son called Jordan Tirico and a daughter named Cammi Tirico. The family has been living in Ann Arbor, Michigan, since 1999.
Mike Tirico Education
Tirico graduated with a high school diploma from Bayside High School. Thereafter, he earned a degree from the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.
Mike Tirico Salary
Trico receives an annual salary of $135,725. This is according to NBC Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Mike Tirico Net Worth
Tirico has an estimated net worth of $6 million US dollars.
Mike Tirico Career
Tirico currently works as the host and Play-by-Play on NBC Sports. Mike has been with the network since Jul 2016 and has labored on an array of high-profile properties such as the Olympics, NFL, horse racing, golf, and Notre Dame Football among others.
At the Tokyo Olympics, Mike labored as NBC’s primetime Olympics host for the second time. Tirico had served in the same capacity at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics. The 2021 season celebrated the 26th for Mike as an NFL primetime studio host or play-by-play voice.
Tirico became NBC’s play-by-play voice for Thursday Night Football in May 2017. He served along with analyst Cris Collinsworth. In the #3 show in the 2017-18 TV season, the 2016-17 TV season NBC/NFL Network Thursday Night Football was primetime television’s #2 show.
In Aug 2017, he became the full-time lead play-by-play voice of NBC Sports’ Notre Dame Football coverage.
He regardless debuted as the host of NBC’s Triple Crown horse racing in the spring of 2017- covering the Kentucky Derby, Belmont Stakes, and Preakness Stakes. In Jul 2016, he made his NBC Sports Group debut as a commentator of NBC Sports’ live coverage of The Open from Royal Troon in Scotland.
Afterward, he made his Olympics debut as host for NBC’s daytime coverage of Rio 2016. Furthermore that fall, Mike labored as the host of NBC’s primetime and The Ryder Cup coverage of the Breeders’ Cup World Championships.