Mike Finnegan Wife & Children | Net worth, TV shows, Age, Height & Family

Mike Finnegan wife, children, net worth, age, height, parents
Born NameMike Finnegan
Birth PlaceUSA
Height6 feet 11 inches
Zodiac SignTaurus
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite/Native American
ProfessionTelevision host
WifeCandy Howse Finnigan
Net Worth$1 million
AgeN/A
Sibling2
ParentsUnknown

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Mike Finnegan is famous as an aficionado who hosted the 2014 final of hands-on car workshop show, as well as a cast of the automobile mini-series SEMA Week for two years at a stretch.

In addition to these, he is a co-host of The Kibbe and Mike Finnegan podcast and also has a Youtube channel, the Finnegan’s Garage. He uploads weekly videos of his cars, trucks, boats or gives his subscribers and viewers weekly tips about one thing or the other on cars.

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Meanwhile, fans are eager to know about Mike Finnegan’s wife and their married life. Also, find the figure of Mike Finnegan’ net worth along with his TV shows. On the deck, we’ll be digging into Mike Finnegan’ wiki facts, age, height, family, net worth, wife, and children.

 

Mike Finnegan’ Wife and Children

Mike Finnegan married his wife, Candy Howse Finnigan since the past 12 years. He shared the wedding vows with his wife on 18th September 2005.

While celebrating their 11th anniversary, Mike surprised his wife by organizing the marriage vows renewal ceremony on 18th September 2016 during their trip to the beautiful St. Simons Island.

Mike mentioned that his sister officiated the wedding. Only close friends and family attended the wedding ceremony.

Mike Finnegan wife
Caption: Mike Finnegan with his wife, Candy Howse Finnigan. Photo Credit: Instagram.com

Mike and his wife, Candy, have welcomed two children. He posted a picture of his two boys – Kelly and Bridget, and he wished his fans on Easter on 2nd April 2018.

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Mike and his family of four reside in their new house in Georgia. He shared a photo of his belongings that included mailbox and some paper documents.

Mike Finnegan’s Net worth and TV shows

Mike Finnegan’s first automobile gig came in California where he had to install the car stereos and alarms. Then, he appeared in the web series Road Kill where Mike and David Freiburger buy cars, fix them up, and drive them back to Los Angeles. The series was later turned in to a quarterly magazine, and it still is operational.

Mike began his YouTube Channel Finnegan’s Garage on 12th January 2016, which showed the video of his garage, what he does there and tips for the other car owners. Besides this, he is hosting since the year 2000.

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Mike even gets a good amount from The Enthusiast Network’s Publication Hot Rod Magazine where he has been serving since 2009. He also earns from writing, editing articles, and photography. But what’s the figure of Mike Finnegan’ net worth?

For now, Mike Finnegan’ net worth is under review. However, some unreliable tabloids suggest that she has a net worth of around $1 million.

YouTube: Mike Finnegan’s YouTube Channel Finnegan’s Garage 

Besides his gigs, Mike also earns from his YouTube Channel, Finnegan’s Garage. From his YouTube Channel, he earns revenue of $192 to $3.1k per month while yearly, he earns $3.1k to $36.9k.

Mike Finnegan’s Wiki – Bio: Age, Parents, Birthday, Siblings

Mike Finnegan was born on 27th January in the United States. His age must be in the mid-40s. His parents are married for more than 50 years.

Mike was born to his white American parents and grew up with a sister and brother. He received his degree in Associate of Arts (A.A.) in Journalism from Orange County Community College in 2000 and started his career as a writer.

Mike has been doing some writing and editing works for automobile magazines like Dragboat, Mini Truckin, and Truckin’Mag since the year 2002.

Mike has a tall height of 6 feet 11 inches.