Mike Tomalaris Biography

Published On Oct 09, 2017
Facts of Mike Tomalaris
Date of Birth: 1960
Birth Nation: Australia
Height: 6 Feet 2 Inch
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Tomalaris debuted on the television from the year 1987 where he did commentary for a National Soccer League. After the long run, he worked for SBS from 1992 where he became the commentator for NSL games, Socceroos and Olyroos international broadcasts.

While working with SBS, Mike started covering Commonwealth Bank Cycle Classic. He also covered international events such as Tour Down Under, Giro d’italia, Vuelta an Espana the Tour of California, etc. Moreover, Mike was also the part of World Sports team and covered FIFA World Cup, Athens Olympic Games, and Beijing Olympics.

Looking at his personal life, Mike Tomalaris is a married man. He is married since long ago but his still his spouse and children haven't been disclosed yet. The couple is living happily together and there is no sign of divorce till date. Looking at his personal life, Mike Tomalaris is a married man. He is being married since long ago but his still his spouse and children haven't been disclosed yet. The couple is living happily together and there is no sign of divorce till date.  

Being Australian sports reporter, presenter, and host, Mike earns the good sum of money from his professional career. He has more than 20 years experience as a cycling journalist and one of the longest served employee by which it is obvious that he has the big chunk of salary. His current Net worth is estimated to be around $4 Million.

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Born in Australia.

1960

Mike Tomalaris was born in 1960 in Australia. He attended Sydney High School and pursued his Bachelor's degree from Max Rowley School of Radio, He holds Australian Nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.

Started his career in Journalism

1987

Mike Tomalaris started his career in television from the year 1987. He started his career as a commentator for a National Soccer League where he worked for five years. 

Part of World Sport team.

2006

In the year 2006, Mike was a part of the World Sports Team before its demise in 2006. He has covered the 2006 FIFA World Cup and also covered the Athens Olympic Games in 2004 and Beijing Olympics in 2008 as well.

 

Current Networth.

2017

Mike earns the good sum of money from his professional career having more than 20 years experience as a cycling journalist and one of the longest served employee by which it is obvious that he has the big chunk of salary. It is estimated that his current Net worth is around $4 Million.