Mike Golic Jr Biography
Best known for hosting an ESPN radio show titled Golic and Wingo, Mike Golic Jr. first rose to fame working alongside his father- Mike Golic Sr.
While hosting the show, he brings all his knowledge related to football and pop culture. Also, he is a regular fixture on the shows such as the Super Bowl, NFL Draft, and College Football Playoff Selection Show.
Mike is also a former football player as he played as an offensive lineman with the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Personal Life: Dating Status
Back in 2019, Mike admitted through his Twitter that he had a girlfriend when one of his followers asked the reason for his interest in the reality show, Bachelors.
As a response to the query, Mike answered that he began watching the show while he was in a relationship with an ex-girlfriend. He also claimed that the same reason applied to his love for gas station snacks and Taco Bell.
Bio: Age, Family, And Education
Mike was born Michael Louis Golic Jr. on 8th September 1989 in Voorhees Township, New Jersey.
He was born to his parents: father Mike Golic Sr. and mother, Christine. His father is a host for ESPN and a former NFL player.
Mike also has two siblings in his family: a brother named Jake and a sister called Sydney. Jake played tight end at Notre Dame.
He attended Northwest Catholic High School.
Later, he enrolled at the University of Notre Dame and received a Bachelor’s degree in film, television, and theater in 2012.
Who is Mike’s Father?
Mike’s father is famous as the host for ESPN Radio’s Golic and Wingo, alongside his son and Trey Wingo.
Previously, he played football as the defensive tackle for Houston Oilers from the year 1986 to 1987 and Philadelphia Eagles from the year 1987 to 1992. Also, he played for the Miami Dolphins in 1993.
Similarly, Mike Sr. was named honorary captain of the home team Philadelphia Eagles while playing against the Carolina Panthers on 10th November 2014.
Mike’s net worth is $500k as per Celebrity Net Worth, which is charged through his profession as a broadcaster and former football player.