Mike Taibbi married Siobhan Walsh and living happily together with their children

HitBerryPublished on   24 Jul, 2017Updated on   10 May, 2021

A great marriage is not when the perfect couple comes together, it is when an imperfect couple learns to enjoy their difference and sharing sorrows and happiness as like Mike Taibbi and his wife. Mike Taibbi married Siobhan Walsh. Get to know about the wedding.

Mike Taibbi: an American journalist didn't make his personal life public when he was in the media, so many of his fans are still curious about his wife and personal life. We have some information about Taibbi, stay until the end.

Mike Taibbi married Siobhan Walsh

Mike Taibbi is married to Siobhan Wash. the couple is living happily enjoying the union of two good forgivers. As they were in a relationship for a long time, but till the date, Mike hasn't disclosed about their marriage date. He recently published an article "The death of a newsman and an addiction"

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The couple is rarely spotted together and they are also not much active on social media which makes difficult to know about their personal life. Mike and Siobhan are blessed with a son Matthew. Just like Mike, his son is also a journalist and an author. It seems like the son is following his father's path.

Matthew is also known as Matt and he is 46 years old now. He is working as an editor for Rolling Stone. Matt is married to his long time girlfriend Jeanne Taibbi in 2010. The couple has two children. As Mike Taibbi and Siobhan Walsh's son is 46, we can safely assume they have been married for several decades.

NBC's Mike Taibbi's Career

Mike Taibbi has experience of more than years in the television field. In 1971 he started his career working as a reporter from WCVB-TV, a local station in Boston. He also raised his career working as an investigative reporter and in WNBC-TV and WCBS-TV,  a correspondent for CBS's 48 Hours and as a London-based correspondent for ABC News.


In 1997 he was appointed as the correspondent for Dateline NBC and retired in late 2014. Besides these, he is also an author of the book and has also published his own book  Unholy Alliances: Working the Tawana Brawley Story along with Anna Sims-Phillips 1989.