Michael Collins Net Worth, Salary, Bio, Age, Parents, Wife, Career, ESPN

Michael Collins Biography

Michael Collins is a well known American retired golf caddie and current journalist famous for  being a sports journalist.  He is currently working as an  ESPN   commentator and host.

Having worked as a professional golf caddie for ten years, he joined the ESPN.com golf team in 2011 and contributes his distinct viewpoint to his writing and video reports. Collins also performed stand-up for 20 years in the past.

Apart from his contributions to the golf coverage on ESPN.com, Collins has also worked as an on-course reporter for select tournaments on the PGA TOUR LIVE on ESPN+ and as a host and analyst on ESPN programs pertaining to golf majors.

Collins has also discussed golf and other subjects on a number of ESPN platforms and shows, such as Get Up!, SportsCenter, First Take, and ESPN Radio. America’s Caddie, an ESPN+ program, was previously hosted by him.

Michael Collins  Net Worth

Collins has an estimated net worth of $3 Million. His job career as a former professional golf caddie and  current ESPN Analyst have been able to secure him a  decent fortune.

Michael Collins  Salary

Collins receives a respectable wage from his job . He receives an average annual salary of $200 Thousand.

Year 2023 2024
Michael Collins Salary  $200 Thousand  $200 Thousand
Michael Collins Net Worth  $3 Million   $3.5 Million

Michael Collins  Age

Collins was born on August 1, 1979 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. As of 2023 he is 44 years old. He is an American citizen and of African American ethnicity.

Michael Collins  Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Collins stands proudly at a height of 5 feet 9 inches(1.75 m, 175 cm), he exhibits an exquisite balance in his physique. Weighing approximately 77kg (169lbs), his body measurements are an enviable 34-28-38 centimeters.

Michael Collins Parents

Collins was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA to his caring and supportive parents. He is the son of Bill Smith though he has not revealed much of his family details at the moment.

Michael Collins  Wife

Michael Collins, a contented and fulfilled individual, has found his life’s joy in the loving companionship of his wife, Celia Collins. Their marriage is a heartwarming union of two souls who have chosen to walk through life hand in hand, supporting each other through the ups and downs.

Celia Collins is not only Michael’s beloved wife but also an accomplished baker who has honed her expertise in crafting delectable cakes, pastries, and other culinary delights. Her culinary talents likely bring an extra layer of sweetness and creativity to their shared life, filling their home with the delightful aroma of freshly baked treats.

Michael has chosen to keep the names of his children private, it’s evident that their presence in his life is a source of immense joy and responsibility.

Michael Collins Education

Michael’s educational and professional journey is a testament to his dedication and passion for the field of mass communications. It all began during his formative years at McDonogh No. 35 Senior High School, where he likely began to develop an interest in the world of media and journalism.

After graduating from high school, Michael’s pursuit of knowledge led him to Loyola University in the vibrant city of New Orleans. Here, he embarked on his undergraduate studies, majoring in mass communications. Loyola University is renowned for its commitment to academic excellence, and it provided Michael with a strong foundation in the field he was so passionate about. He also served part-time at the New Orleans Times-Picayune while still in school.

Michael Collins  Career

Michael is a host and commentator for ESPN at the moment. Currently, he co-hosts the NBC Sports show Brother From Another on Peacock. In addition, Michael covered the NFL and the New England Patriots as a reporter for The Boston Globe from 2001 to 2004.

In September 2004, he began serving as a senior writer for ESPN.com full-time at ESPN. NFL Insider for SportsCenter and NFL Live as well. He provided reporting and commentary for several studio shows on ESPN and ESPN2, ESPN Radio, and E:60, which made its premiere in 2007. In the beginning, he was also an E:60 correspondent.

In addition, he covered the NFL and the New England Patriots as a reporter for The Boston Globe from 2001 to 2004. Later, in September 2004, he began serving as a senior writer for ESPN.com full-time at ESPN. NFL Insider for SportsCenter and NFL Live as well.

In 2009, he made the switch to anchoring and guest hosting shows like NFL Live, College Football Live, First Take, SportsNation, Outside the Lines, and Mike & Mike.

Smith co-founded the multimedia company Infection Point Entertainment in 2019 after quitting ESPN after 15 years as a panelist on Around the Horn. Last but not least, Michael acted as an executive producer and actor in the 2021 motion picture National Champions.

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