Michael Vaughan Net Worth ( 2021 ) : Salary, Income Source and Bio

Michael Paul Vaughan is an English cricket commentator and former cricketer know all his Net Worth, Salary, Income Source, House and Bio

Michael Vaughan Net Worth

Michael Paul Vaughan is an English cricket commentator and former cricketer has an estimated Net Worth around $4 Million.

In 2006, he bought a house valued at £1 million on a luxury golf course development in Barbados and another on Isla Margarita. In 2012, Vaughan carried the Olympic Torch through Hillingdon for the London Olympic Games on 24 July.

Michael Vaughan Net Worth Growth Per Year

Net Worth in 2021 $4 Million
Net Worth in 2020 $3 Million
Net Worth in 2019 $2.5 Million
Net Worth in 2018 $2 Million
Net Worth in 2017 $1.5 Million


Michael Vaughan Contract and Salary

Michael Vaughan has been a Sky Sports pundit for a long time and is one of the highest-paid broadcasters in the planet. The former England captain travels to India for the IPL on occasion, but he is best known for his Sky Sports partnership. He earns Rs. 38 lakh every series, and his annual earnings range from Rs. 5.8 crore to Rs. 6.5 crore, depending on the amount of tasks he has that season.

Michael Vaughan Bio

Name Michael Vaughan
Birthdate  29 October 1974
Age (as of 2021) 47 years
Height 1.88 m
Place of Birth Eccles, United Kingdom
Nationality British, English
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Nichola Vaughan (m. 2003)
Children Graham Vaughan, Dee Vaughan
Parents Graham Vaughan, Dee Vaughan
Last Update Nonember 2021

Michael Paul Vaughan was born in Eccles, Greater Manchester the younger son of Graham and Dee Vaughan, and a great-great-nephew of the early 20th century Lancashire and England cricketers Ernest and Johnny Tyldesley.

The family moved to Sheffield, when he was nine. His father, an engineer, had captained the Worsley third XI, and Vaughan says “My first memory of cricket is when I was 10 years old, hitting balls on the boundary while my dad was playing for Worsley in the Manchester Association League.”However, it was his brother David (currently working as an estate agent), older by two years, who got him into the game.

He attended Silverdale School, and was enthusiastic about football, later reflecting, “I’d have probably preferred to be a footballer if I could have been good enough. But my knees would never have lasted.” Despite his many commitments, he has been a regular supporter of Sheffield Wednesday F.C.

Vaughan was a right-handed opening batsman, who forged a successful England partnership with Marcus Trescothick, though he often batted in the middle order for England. He was ranked one of the best batsmen in the world following the 2002/03 Ashes, in which he scored 633 runs, including three centuries.Vaughan captained England in 51 Tests, winning 26 and losing 11; England won all seven home Tests of the 2004 summer under Vaughan, and the pinnacle of his captaincy career came with a 2–1 victory in the 2005 Ashes, England’s first Ashes victory in 18 years .

However, a recurring knee injury, his decision to move down the batting order to accommodate other opening batsmen  and the pressures of captaincy took their toll on Vaughan’s batting during the latter part of his career: in Tests, he averaged 50.95 when not captain, and 36.02 as captain. Vaughan announced his retirement from first-class cricket on 30 June 2009.

Vaughan married Nichola Shannon on 27 September 2003. The couple have three children.His second cousin is former Coronation Street actress Catherine Tyldesley, who played Eva Price.In 2005 he moved from Dore in Sheffield to Baslow in Derbyshire.