Liam Mchugh Biography
Liam McHugh is a tv sports broadcaster as of now working for the NHL for Turner Sports coverage as a studio host. He served for NBC Sports coverage, NBC Sunday Night Football, and Notre Dame Fighting Irish football before joining the Turner Sports coverage network.
McHugh acted as the face of NBCSN, anchoring various of its staple programs, such as the NHL. Tour De France, college football, college basketball, and Premier League before joining Turner. He contributed in the fall of the same year to NBCSN’s college football coverage.
As the host of the newly created weekly wrap-up show titled College Football Talk. Mchugh after game coverage served the network’s studio show each week as the host and also covered the NBCSN’s coverage of the NHL Sports also.
Liam Mchugh Age
Mchugh was born in the United States of America, on April 27, 1977. He is 45 years old.
Liam Mchugh Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 9 inches/ Approx 1.75 m tall.
Liam Mchugh Family
Mchugh was born in the United States of America to his caring and loving parents Frank McHugh and Mrs. McHugh. He was raised in Long Island, Williston Park and at Herricks High School played soccer and basketball. Mchugh’s dad served at a different high school as a long-time track coach on Long Island named Elmont.
Liam Mchugh Wife
He is married to his nice-looking wife Margaret McHugh. Margie Liam is a yoga instructor. The couple share three amazing kids.
Liam Mchugh Salary
Mchugh earns an annual salary of $10,000 – $ 100,000 per year, according to Turner Sports Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Liam Mchugh Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Liam Mchugh Career
Mchugh served from 1999 to 2001 in Terre Haute, Indiana. At Newsday, from 2004 to 2007 at WTHI, and from 2007 to 2009 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at KOKH before joining NBC. Mchugh also served from 2001 to 2007 for ESPN The Magazine.
Served as the host for The Daily Line debuted on April 5, 2010. The show consisted of a four-person panel I.e host Liam, handicapper Rob DeAngelis, comedian Reese Waters, and a former Jenn Sterger Playboy model.
The show was canceled as a result of low viewership on November 4, 2010. He was retained by the network to originally serve as Hockey Central, mostly on NHL Overtime, and on NHL coverage, however. Mchugh hosted NHL Live various times weekly and also on the intermission report weekly NHL on NBC additionally. He also served for NBC’s Super Bowl XLVI pre-game coverage as a reporter.