Tom McGinnis Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth 76ers
Tom McGinnis Biography
Tom McGinnis is a known American sports Journalist. As of now, he works at the sixers basketball as the radio voice of the Philadelphia. He began working here in the summer of 1995 as an announcer. Further, on February 23 he covered the Sixers game where they lost to Portland, their worst home setback this season in a 130-115. Before he covered ECHL hockey games.
Tom McGinnis Age
Tom McGinnis was born in Spring Valley, Illinois in the United States. But he hasnt shared out with the media details on his excat age, will update this section soon as we have clear facts.
Tom McGinnis Height
Tom stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.77 m tall.
Tom McGinnis Education
Tom completed his high school course at Saint Bede Academy, in Peru, Illinois. Then he attended Benedictine University and later moved to Northern Illinois. During his tenure here, he was a basketball player and hops and football
Tom McGinnis Family
Tom’s dad Philip served as a lawyer and banker and passed away at age of 89 in January 2013 and his mother is Joan. He has four siblings, his eldest brother passed away at age of 34 due to lymphoma.
Tom McGinnis Wife
Tom is happily married to Robin who was raised in South Jersey and was a previous CBS3 reporter. The couple is blessed with two kids a son Luke and a daughter Kenna..
Tom McGinnis Salary
Tom annually receives a salary of $ 65,434.
Tom McGinnis Net Worth
Tom has an approximated net worth of $ 1 million.
Tom McGinnis Career
Tom began working as an announcer in the summer of 1995 at the Sixers in Philadephia. Further, on February 23 he covered the Sixers game where they lost to Portland is their worst home setback this season in a 130-115. Before, he covered ECHL hockey games.
Prior, he served for Cleveland Lumberjacks in the International Hockey League as an announcer, which also played in the same arena as the Cleveland Cavaliers. He later went to CBA and became the voice of the CBA’s La Crosse Catbirds.
His career began after he had graduated from the university and worked in Charleston, S.C., as the weekend sports anchor covering the minor league baseball, Citadel, and The Masters for three years. In addition, for over 24 years now his trademark “Are You Kiddin’ Me!” has been used at Delaware Valley.