Michael Slater Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Michael Jonathon Slater, otherwise known as Slates, is an Australian previous expert cricketer who was born on the 21st of February 1970 in the territorial New South Wales city of Wagga. Today he is 51 years of age.

As of now a TV moderator, Michael played in 74 Test matches and 42 One Day Internationals for the Australia National Cricket Team.

He was born to Peter and Carola and had two more established kin. Later in 1966, they emigrated from the north-eastern bank of England to Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.

His dad was an instructor and shown farming and science in a school in Tasmania.

Full name Michael Jonathon Slater
Born 21 February 1970 (age 51)
Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Nickname Slats
Batting Right-handed
Bowling Right arm medium

After three years, in 1969, Michael moved to Wagga and turned into an instructor in agribusiness at Wagga Agricultural College.

From that point onward, in 1983, when he was 12 years of age, his mom left the family.

The well known proficient cricketer and TV moderator is a hitched man. He wedded his drawn out sweetheart, dating each other since 2005

He has his lovely spouse Jo Slater, with whom he secured the bunch in the last part of the 2000s.

Together, they brought up three youngsters, and presently the couple is living in Sydney.

He was born to Peter and Carola and had two more established kin, Tracey and Julian Slater.

A 51 years of age well known proficient man, Michael Slater of the field, is accepted to have a satisfactory total assets.

Michael is relied upon to have a total assets of no less than 7 million dollars according to his calling.

By calling, he was a famous cricketer, and as of now, he is a TV moderator on Channel 7.

What’s more, he has been included on the authority page of Wikipedia as well.

Sadly, he was unloaded from his work on the fifth of October, 2021.


Michael Slater has been unloaded from his situation after he blamed Prime Minister Scott Morrison for having “a guilty conscience.”

He pinned him for the restriction on Australian residents getting back from COVID-attacked India.

Because of this, Scott Morrison hit back at cricket veteran Michael Slater.