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Michael Slater Bio, wiki, Age, Career, Height, Weight, Family

Michael  Slater

Synopsis

Michael Jonathon Slater, an Australian television personality and professional cricketer, is 47 years old. From 1993 to 2001, he represented Australia in 74 Tests and 42 One-Day Internationals.

Early years

Michael Jonathon Slater was born in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia, on February 21, 1970. Carole and Peter are his parents. Tracey and Julian are his two older siblings. His parents and two brothers moved to the United States from the northeastern coast of England in 1966.

After choosing against moving to Canada, they moved to Launceston, Australia. They only stayed for three years. Later, they relocated to Wagga Wagga, where his father worked as an agricultural instructor at Charles Sturt University.

Michael Jonathon Slater had aspired to be one of the most well-known athletes since he was a child. As a result, when he was 11, he was selected for the New South Wales Primary School Sports Association cricket and hockey teams.

Michael Jonathon Slater unexpectedly witnessed a tragedy in his family when his mother and father divorced and his mother abandoned the home when he was 12 years old. He decorated his Achilles tendon when he was 17 years old after an accident at school. Surprisingly, after his successful surgery, he returned to cricket in a big way.

Career

Michael Jonathon Slater has been selected for the Under-19 state championship in Brisbane. From 1992 to 1993, he and his team played for New South Wales. During this time, he completed 1000 runs, which was a planned performance to help him better his next steps.

When Michael Jonathon Slater batted in peach, he was known for his swashbuckling style and front-foot pulls. He scored 5,312 runs and 14 centuries in Test cricket, averaging 42. Michael, on the other hand, had a less successful One Day International career, averaging only 24.07 in these matches.

Michael Jonathon Slater’s leadership and activity earned him a spot in the Australian Test team. As a result, at the age of 23, he was selected for the Ashes tour to England in 1993.

A Career in the Media

Michael Jonathon Slater worked as a commentator for Channel 4 in the United Kingdom during the 2005 Ashes series. He joined Nine’s Wide World of Sports cricket commentary team in January 2006.

Michael Jonathon Slater was on the Australian edition of Torvill and Dean’s Dancing on Ice as a contestant. He later joined to Channel Nine’s What Good For You?, a health and lifestyle show.

Michael Jonathon Slater joined the Nine Network’s Weekend Today as a sports presenter in January 2009, alongside co-hosts Leila McKinnon and Cameron Williams.

Affair and Persona Life

Slater, Michael Jonathon, is a married man. Stephanie Slater, his childhood sweetheart, was his wife. After some time, Michael and his wife began to have problems for various reasons, and they eventually divorced.

They did, however, try to mend fences, and her wife even moved in with Michael during the Ashes tour to England in 2001. Finally, Justin Langer replaced it and kept it until Michael’s retirement, during which time he shuts himself off from the world, filled with rage and resentment.

Michael was also accused of being the father of Mel’s first child, Adam Gilchrist. It also caused a lot of miscommunication between Gilchrist and Michael. The charges, however, were found to be unfounded.

The Australian Cricket Board had also charged Michael Jonathon Slater of doping at the time. Michael and Stephanie divorced soon after.

Body measurements and net worth

Michael Jonathon Slater’s net worth is believed to be $5 million. He stands approximately 5 feet 9 inches tall. He also has a perfect athletic body.