Mike Barnicle Biography
|Date of Birth:||1943 , October-13|
|Age:||74 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Michael Barnicle|
|Birth Place/City||Fitchburg, Massachusetts|
|Famous for||Journalist, commentator|
|Married to||Anne Finucane|
|TV Show||Morning Joe|
Michael Barnicle, known better a Mike Barnicle is a broadcast as well as a print journalist of American nationality. He is known best for his contributions to several shows of the MSNBC. For his expertise as well as the name in the industry of anchoring and journalism, fans constantly search the details related to his bio and career on sites like the wiki.
He is married to the vice chair of Bank of America, Anne Finucane. The couple has four adult children of their own and lives in Lincoln, Massachusetts.
Early Life And Education Of Mike Barnicle
Barnicle was born on the 13th of October, 1943. Born in Worcester, Massachusetts he enrolled in the Boston University for his graduate education. He appeared first in the film The Candidate and started writing a column in The Boston Globe. He wrote the column for 24 years between 1973 and 1998.
In the mid-1970’s his expertise in covering the political and social upheaval of Boston was critically acclaimed. This led him to write the book Common Ground: A Turbulent Decade in the Lives of Three American families which won the Pulitzer Prize.
Mike Barnicle's Career
He became a hugely respected voice in New England for his political criticism and personal stories covering. For his broadcast and print work, he has been awarded several awards by the Associated Press, United Press International, Columbia University, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Colby College as well as the National Headliners.
Mike has appeared as a frequent contributor and a guest on Hardball with Chris Matthews as well as on the MSNBC’s Morning Joe. He has also been featured on the Today Show of the NBC. On the WCVB-TV, he contributes regularly for the news magazine Chronicle.
Other appearances include being featured on PBS NewsHour, 60 Minutes, and Sports Programming on HBO as well as ESPN. He has also written columns for the New York Daily News from 1999 to 2005 and also for The Boston Globe. He has also written several writings for The Huffington Post, The Daily Beast Esquire, Newsweek etc.
He has also been featured in TV documentaries and programs, including Fabulous Fenway: America's Legendary Ballpark (2000); City of Champions: The Best of Boston Sports (2005); ESPN 25: Who's #1 (2005); Reverse of the Curse of the Bambino (2004); The Curse of the Bambino (2003); ESPN Sports Century (2000); Baseball (1994); and in the TV series Prime 9 (2010–2011) for MLB Network.
Mike Barnicle's Net Worth And Body Measurements
Mike earns a huge amount of net worth from his longtime career. However, his exact figure of net worth is not revealed publicly but we can estimate his net worth is around to be $1 million. According to a source, an MSNBC anchor earns an annual average salary of $70K.
Mike Barnicle surely has managed to accumulate a huge net worth and gain a huge amount of salary in the past three decades. But the actual amount has never been leaked to the public.
Mike Barnicle's Personal Life
As far as the personal life of this hugely talented, versatile personality is to be considered, it has been known that he has been married.
After a brief affair with his girlfriend Anne Finucane, he married her and the couple has been together since. They have managed to keep their personal life well-hidden from the news tabloids and have done a pretty good job of doing so.