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64 Years Old American Radio Talk Show Host Mike Francesa Overall Income & Net Worth

Updated On 22 Feb, 2019 Published On

Michael Patrick Fraancesa, Jr, widely known as Mike Francesa, is an American radio talk show host and a TV commentator. Mike is well known as the former co-host of Mike and the Mad Dog on WFAN, based in New York City. Mike had his own show Mike's On: Francesa on the FAN, which he ran from 2008 to 2017. He is also a host to other several shows.

As a veteran radio talk show host and TV commentator, Mike has been earning a huge chunk of money. His net worth is estimated at $20 million.

Find in details about his net worth, income, career, and lifestyle in this section.

Mike Francesa's Net Worth & Income in 2018

Mike Francesa has an estimated net worth of $16 million, as of 2018. Mike has accumulated his wealth over his years of hard work in his profession as a radio talk show host and TV commentator. Mike has an annual income of $3 million. 

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Name a better trio.. @desusandmero

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With an annual income of $3 million, it comes with no surprise that Mike owns such a huge net worth. Mike makes most of his income as a radio talk show host and sports pundit. In fact, he has earned most of his fortune from his long-term service as the host of WFAN's Mike and the Mad Dog.

Mike co-hosted the afternoon talk show with co-host Christopher Russo for a decade from 1998 to 2008.

Mike Francesa's Lifestyle: How He Spends His Net Worth?

As for someone like Mike Francesa, who is worth $16 million, and has an annual income of around $3 million, maintaining a luxurious life must be a piece of cake. But to our surprise, the lifestyle of such a renowned celeb hasn't been revealed.

The information on his cars or houses hasn't been revealed to the media so far. However, as sources have it, Mike lives in Manhasset, New York, in his mansion. The details on his mansion are still unfound.

Speaking of his life besides his profession, Mike seems to spend a bit on social media such as Twitter, Instagram as well. He likes to keep his fans updated. And as seen on his Instagram,  Mike lives a sound life, doing his things the way he wants. Well, for someone who owns millions, living a life their way wouldn't be a tough thing.

 
 
 
 
 
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Always great to be back at Twitter HQ! Thanks for all the questions!

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On today's date, Mike, 64, is, no doubt, a successful person in the industry. His success is a jarring ride of nearly four decades. 

Mike Francesa - A Big Name: Where it all Started?

Born in Long Beach, New York, on March 20, 1954, Mike turned professional during his college days. While at the college, he was employed at College and Pro Football Newsweekly.

 
 
 
 
 
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Unbelievable time ringing the @nyse Open Bell this morning! Mike’s On app out tomorrow.. let’s go!

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In 1982, Mike collaborated with CBS Sports to serve as a researcher, focusing primarily on college sports. His popularity soon started spreading wings and in 1991, ESPN tired to have him as its studio expert on college football, basketball, and the NFL. But Mike turned down the offer.

In 1987, WFAN was launched and Mike was offered a job as a weekend host for college football and basketball. After a while, WFAN had Mike and Chris Russo teamed up, and it was dubbed Mike and the Mad Dog. Mike and the Mad Dog ran until 2008.

 
 
 
 
 
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Rick Pitino in house! #MikesOn

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Following the final showdown of Mike and the Mad Dog, Mike went on to host several radio talk show and TV shows on his way. The list includes Mike's On: Francesa on the FAN, The NFL Now, and Mike'd Up: The Francesa Sports Final.

We wish him many more years of success and sound health.