Al Michaels Biography, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Net Worth, Salary, Awards

Al Michaels
Al Michaels

Al Michaels Biography

Al Michaels is an American television sportscaster. He is currently employed by NBC Sports after nearly three decades with ABC Sports. Alan is famously known for his many years calling play-by-play of National Football League games.

Al Michaels Age

Michaels is 76 years as of 2020. He was born Alan Richard Michaels on 12 November 1944, in Brooklyn, New York, United States. He celebrates his birthday on November 12th every year and his birth sign is Scorpio.

Al Michaels Height | Weight

Michaels stands 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs around 81 kilograms. In addition, his hair is light brown and his eyes are dark brown. Other information about the body has yet to be disclosed.

Al Michaels Parents | Siblings

His father’s name is Leonard Michaels and Lila Roginsky is his mother’s name.

He has one sister and one wife. His brother’s name is David, and Susan is his sister’s name. He grew up in Los Angeles with his parents and siblings.

Al Michaels Education

In 1962, he graduated from Alexander Hamilton High School, and then he enrolled at the State University of Arizona. While minoring in journalism, he majored in radio and television.

Al Michaels Wife | Married

Michaels is a married man. He got married at the age of 22 to Linda Anne Stamaton. On 27th August 1966, the couple tied the knot. He’s got two babies, named Steven Michales and Jenifer. Alan is living happily with his family. He has not been engaged in any other relationships so far.

Al Michaels Salary | Net Worth

As an American TV broadcaster, Michaels has received a large amount from his work as a TV broadcaster. He’s got an approximate net worth of around 20 million dollars. He leads an extravagant lifestyle, and in addition, $6 million is his mind-blowing annual salary. He powers one of the highest-selling cats in the United States in terms of lifestyle. In the United States, he owns a luxurious house as well. 

Al Michaels Career

While talking about his profession, Al debuted his career with Chuck Barris Production, preferring women to appear on ‘The Dating Game’. In 1968, he began his career with the Hawaii Islanders baseball team. He became the lead announcer for the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball in Cincinnati, Ohio. He earned an offer for Katie Osborne from the San Francisco Giants in 1974 and quit the Reds.

In 1977, he served as a backup announcer for Monday Night Baseball. After one year, he became a full-time announcer and, in 1982, became the lead announcer, replacing Keith Jackson. The 1989 World Series Game 3 has been announced. Alan covered a wide number of sports for the next 3 decades.

He aired many famous events such as ‘Stanley Cup Finals’,’ Tiger Woods Monday Night Specials’,’ 1980 Winter Olympics’, etc., and from 2006 to the present, he was engaged to NBC Sports.

Al Michaels Awards and Achievements

He became instrumental in receiving so many honors and distinctions in his life. Michaels is the five-time recipient of the Outstanding Sports Personality Emmy Award, the National Sportscaster and Sportswriters Association’s Three-time National Sportscaster of the Year. He has also been awarded Sportscaster of the Year two times.

Alan has been awarded for ASA Top 50 Sportscaster of All Time, Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism in 2002, and Art Gilmore Career Achievement Award for Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters in 2017

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