Mike Hill (Sportscaster)Biography, Age, Espn, Cynthia Bailey And Fox Sports

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Mike Hill Biography

Mike Hill (James Michael) is a sportscaster. He rose to fame through his appearances on ESPN programs like First Take and NFL Live , he left ESPN in 2011.  Currently he is working with Fox Sports 1.

Mike Hill Age

Mike was born on August 19, 1970 in Bronx, New York, U.S. He is 48 years old as of 2018.

Mike Hill And Cynthia Bailey

After the Mike and Cynthia Bailey received criticism from fans, Mike took to Instagram to defend their true “love story.” “We don’t need that kind of attention. We just want each other,” Mike captioned an Instagram photo of himself and Cynthia taken at Eva Marcille’s wedding earlier this month. “Love YOUR life and find you someone to love. That way you won’t guess about what’s happening over here.”

Mike, is not  letting any haters bring him and Cynthia down. “By the way, I ain’t mad. I’m So #CHill,” he wrote. He ended the Instagram post with his and Cynthia’s cute couple’s hashtag. He also added, “#LastandOnlyTimeThisWillBeAddressed,” “#positivevibes,” and “#LoveIs” in the post.

The two first met on Steve Harvey’s talk show in April 2018. Mike appeared as one of three potential love matches for Cynthia. “Never question how or when God shows up,” Cynthia shared in a post on Instagram that featured photos from that episode of Steve.

Since then it seems like things have quickly gotten serious between Cynthia and Mike. Mike’s girlfriend Cynthia  previously teased that she’s in love, insisting her new man is “the one” in the above clip for the upcoming season of RHOA, which premieres on Sunday, November 4 at 8/7c.

Mike Hill and Cynthia Bailey photo

Mike Hill Wife

Mike is not yet married. It was revealed in October 2018 that he is dating former model and Housewife of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey.

Mike has two daughters, Ashlee and Kayla, from a previous relationship.

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From 2004 to 2013 Mike was with ESPN. Mike hosted Hill and Schlereth with Mark Schlereth on ESPN Radio.  He also hosted a variety of the network’s shows including SportsCenter, ESPN First Take, NFL Live, Baseball Tonight, Highlight Express, and various remote projects including Cam Newton’s 2011 Pro Day at Auburn.

He spent time as a host at Fox Sports Net in New York City from 2000 to 2002.  In his final job before joining ESPN, he served as a sports anchor at KXAS-TV in Dallas, Texas from 2002 to 2004 .

Mike joined Fox Sports 1 (FS1) in August 2013 where he has guest hosted Fox Sports Live and Fox Football Daily. He also contributes to the networks coverage of college basketball.  Mike started hosting America’s Pregame on April 7, 2014. Mike hosted the show until its cancellation in September 2015.

Mike began hosting BIG3 games on FS1 for their second season on June 22, 2018 .

Mike is also CEO of Thrill of Entertainment. His production company established to offer multi media productions in television, internet radio, and print projects. Being a fan of pop culture, he held a lead role in The African Globe Theater of Newark’s Miss Evers’ Boys as well as various cameo appearances on network television and independent films. He was also the voice of the audio book, Power, Money, and Sex, an autobiography by Deion Sanders.

Mike Hill Career

Mike has demonstrated his aptitude across a variety of platforms during his broadcast career. One began in 1995 when he accepted a position as the sports director at WHAG-TV in Hagerstown, Md. After then he  spent a year at KSEE in Fresno, Calif.  Mike then landed a job at WKRN-TV in Nashville in 1997, where he won two sports Emmy Awards for his in-depth coverage of local high school football and was named the “Best Sportscaster for People Who Don’t Love Sports” by The Tennessean. Hill spent four years in Music City before making his first foray into the national television realm as a host on FOX Sports Net. After three years at FSN, he served as a sports reporter at KXAS-TV in Dallas from 2002-04 and then made the biggest move of his career by joining ESPN in 2004. Over the ensuing nine years, Hill made a name for himself at the network, beginning at the highlight desk for ESPN News and later transitioning onto some of the carrier’s highest-priority programming, appearing as a host on SportsCenterNFL LiveBaseball Tonight and NBA Tonight among others.

A creative mind with a dynamic array of personal interests, Hill has crossed over into a number of non-sports avenues during his career. He has dabbled as a film and theatre actor and played the lead in The African Globe Theater of Newark’s off-Broadway production of “Miss Evers’ Boys.” Since joining FOX Sports in Los Angeles, he has made guest-hosting appearances on the celebrity TV magazine Entertainment Tonight. Hill is the owner and operator of Thrill of Entertainment, a production company based in Marina Del Rey that does multimedia production for television, Internet and radio entities. While at ESPN, he helped create the web series “Both Sides of the Ball,” and later created the FOXSports.com web series  “Keepin’ It Real with Mike Hill.” He has served as the emcee for the Ed Block Courage Award banquet, the Southwestern Athletic Conference Hall of Fame induction and the closing ceremonies of the Special Olympics USA Games. He also provided the voiceover for the audio book, “Power, Money and Sex” by Pro Football Hall of Fame cornerback Deion Sanders.

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