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|Birth date:||August 6, 1967|
|Birth place:||New York City, New York, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)|
|Profession:||Journalist, Author, Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Stacy Greenberg (m. 1997)|
|Children:||Nicole Greenberg, Stephen Greenberg|
|Books:||All You Could Ask For, The Poetics of Cities|
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Michael Darrow Greenberg was born on the 6th August 1967, in New York, New York USA of Jewish ancestry. Mike Greenberg is best known professionally as a radio and television host, for which he is the winner of five MSA Journalism Awards, but he is a novelist, too. On the whole, television, radio and books are the main sources of Mike Greenberg’s net worth which has been accumulated since 1989.
So just how much is the Mike Greenberg’s net worth? It has been reported that the outright size of Mike’s wealth is as much as $6 million. More, the estimations show that he earned more than $1 million in the form of salary in 2009, and $2 million in 2013.
Mike Greenberg Net Worth $6 Million
Mike was raised in New York where he was educated at Stuyvesant High School. Later, he majored in journalism at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. While still a student he was employed in the position of a sports anchor at WMAQ-AM radio station. Later, he worked at WSCR radio station, SportsChannel Chicagésumé, CLTV, and wrote a column for Copley News Service. All the above mentioned positions added sums to the net worth of Mike Greenberg.
In 1996, Mike Greenberg moved to work for ESPN which evolved into a very successful career that added huge sums to the total size of Mike Greenberg’s net worth. Alongside his co-partner Mike Golic, Greenberg stars on the radio sports talk show “Mike & Mike” (1998–present). The popular show is divided into daily, weekly, yearly and irregular segments. Every day they review sports stories in their daily segment named “What Everyone’s Talking About”. The most popular segment is named “Sheet of Integrity” which is a wager based on the tournament of NCAA Men’s Basketball. Due to the high ratings of the show, the duo of Greenberg and Golic have also been seen on ESPN2, the satellite and basic cable television network since 2005. More, they appear as a regular cast on ESPNEWS. In fact, ESPN is a major source of Greenberg’s net worth.
In addition to being an anchor on ESPN, Mike has worked on other television stations, too. He worked as a presenter of the game show “Duel” (2007–2008) aired on ABC. Together with his partner Mike Golic, the duo appeared in the soap opera “Guiding Light” (2008) which is the longest running drama show. More, Mike co-hosted the syndicated morning talk show “Live! with Kelly and Michael” (2012) broadcast on WABC-TV.
To add more, writing is also a source of Mike Greenberg’s net worth. He debuted as an author releasing the book “Why My Wife Thinks I’m An Idiot: The Life and Times of a Sportscaster Dad” (2006), which became a best-seller, and moreover, the book was nominated for a Quill Award in 2006. Alongside his partner Mike Golic, the book “Mike and Mike’s Rules for Sports and Life” (2010) was released. Furthermore, two popular novels “All You Could Ask For” (2013) and “My Father’s Wives” (2015) were also written by Greenberg.
Finally, in the personal life of Mike Greenberg, he has been married to Stacy Greenberg since 1997; the family has a daughter and a son, and reside in Westport, Connecticut.
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