Michael Strahan is a retired footballer as well as a media personality who has been known for his footballing career with the New York Giants in the NFL. He spent 15 years playing for the NewYork Giants in the NFL. Strahan retired from NFL career in 2007 and began working as a media personality. He currently serves as a football analyst on Fox NFL Sunday. He also the host of the ABC's show The $100,000 Pyramid.
Early Life and Education
Michael Strahan was born on the 21, November 1971, in Houston, Texas. His parents are Louise Strahan and Gene Willie Strahan. He was enrolled in the Westbury High School and he graduated from the Texas Southern University.
Michael Strahan’s career started in college when he played for the Texas Southern University and was then selected to the All-America first team. His professional career started off with the New York Giants.
He drafted in the year 1993 and became a member of the 2000 Giants to participate in their playoff run to Super Bowl XXXV.
Michael Strahan spent his entire career with the New York Giants which spanned a whopping 15 years. In his career, he set a record for the most sacks in a season on the year 2001. He has also won a Super Bowl in the year 2007. He retired from footballing in the year 2001.
He currently works as an analyst on Fox NFL Sunday and is the co-host of Live! With Kelly and Michael. He has also contributed to Good Morning America and has produced the short-lived sitcom, Brothers. He is currently the host of the ABC show The $100,000 Pyramid.
Michael Strahan’s stats include the facts that he has had 854 tackles out of which there have been 141.5 sacks and 4 interceptions. His forced fumbles are 24 in number. He has also written the books Wake Up Happy and his book Float Hunting Alaska's Wild Rivers was released in the year 2008.
Net Worth, Salary and Achievements
Michael Strahan's current net worth is $65 million. His annual salary is $17 million. Strahan has a lavish house in Los Angeles which cost $17 million.
The traditional style house features 15,600 square feet of living space including 9 bedrooms and 14-baths. He moved to this house in 2015 after selling his Bentwood House on $21.5 million.
His football career has contributed greatly to his net worth and his salary as a footballer had been a great amount.
Michael Strahan has won the Associated Press first-team college-division All-American award in 1992 and is also the AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year. He had also been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the year 2014.
He also serves at Fox NFL Sunday, the Fox network's NFL pregame show along with Terry Bradshaw, Jay Glazer, Pam Oliver, Howie Long, Rob Riggle, and Mike Pereira.
Michael Strahan is a divorcee. He has married and divorced twice. He first married Wanda Hutchins in Germany until 1996. They have two children together; a daughter Tanita Strahan and a son named Michael Anthony Strahan. Michael Strahan’s second wife is Jean Muggli. They married after meeting in a Manhattan Spa in 1999.
The duo welcomed twins Sophia and Isabella together. After living seven years together, they divorced in 2006. Strahan paid $15 million to Muggli in a divorce settlement plus $188K monthly child support. That time, he split his $22 million with Jean Muggli.
Then, Michael then engaged to Eddie Murphy’s ex-wife, Nicole Mitchell. The engagement took place on 2009 in August. However, the engagement was broken off due to busy schedules in 2014.
After canceling an engagement to Nicole Mitchell, he started dating Kyla Quick. The duo dated almost two years and kept their affair under wrapped.
In 2018’s new year eve, the couple appeared publicly after 13 months. According to a source, they are back together in their affair.
by Bchrome, 06 Nov, 2016