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Mike Rinder (Michael John Rinder) grew up on 10 April, 1955 in Adelaide, Australia, is an Australian-American former Scientologist. Find Mike Rinder’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is He in this year and how He do with money?? Know how He earned most of networth at the age of 65 years of age.

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How old? 66 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 10 April 1955
Born day 10 April
Birthplace Adelaide, Australia
Nationality Australian

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His wife is Christie King Collbran (m. 2013), Catherine Rinder (m. 1976–2007)

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Rinder has said that he was living in The Hole for over two years “when he was suddenly pulled from his prison and sent on [a] mission to London to defend the Church against John Sweeney’s film”, Scientology and Me, in March 2007. Rinder defended Scientology leader David Miscavige, but Miscavige was unhappy with the documentary. As a result, Rinder “was to report to the church’s facility in Sussex, England, and dig ditches” and then was to be allowed to return to the US. Rinder says that his moment of clarity came from a confrontation with the filmmaker, which was recorded on video. Instead of reporting to Sussex, Rinder decided to leave Scientology.


In a 2016 interview with Rolling Stone, Rinder describes the alleged scope of his position:


Rinder appears in the HBO documentary entitled Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief by Alex Gibney, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2015. The documentary is based on the book of a similar title by Lawrence Wright. Along with Leah Remini, Rinder co-hosts the A&E documentary series Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath.


Rinder went to Virginia and told Scientology officials that he wanted to speak to his wife and also wanted his possessions. He did not speak to his wife, but was sent a FedEx package with a check for $5,000. His family photos were not sent. Rinder and his first wife, Cathy, Separation from spoused after 35 years. He and his second wife, Christie King Collbran, were married in 2013 and have a son. He has no contact with his two adult children from his first marriage. Rinder’s official life story has since been removed from the official Scientology website.


In March 2010, Rinder again confirmed allegations of abuse within Scientology to CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Anderson Cooper 360°. Rinder did not speak on camera because he promised his first interview to the BBC.

In April 2010, Rinder, who lived in Clearwater, Florida, for more than a year, went to meet his son who also lives in Clearwater but his son refused to see him. Rinder, Rathbun and two others were cited for trespassing by the Clearwater Police. A few days later, according to police reports: “five senior members of its [Scientology’s] California-based international management team – surrounded and screamed at [Rinder] a former Scientology executive. At the time he was approached, Rinder was sitting in his car at a doctor’s office parking lot during a phone interview with BBC journalist John Sweeney. The screaming was so loud, Sweeney was able to record the episode and later aired the recording on The Secrets of Scientology broadcast by the BBC’s Panorama program.

On 28 September 2010, Rinder appeared on The Secrets of Scientology broadcast by the BBC series Panorama. He discussed his life, losing his family, and behind-the-scenes activity in Scientology. The documentary claims that private auditing sessions are secretly recorded, including ones with secrets about Tom Cruise.


In 2009, St. Petersburg Times asked Rinder for an interview, but he declined. Then a month later, two Washington-based Scientology lawyers went to his home unannounced, informed Rinder that they knew about the newspaper’s visit and asked what he had revealed. Subsequently, he spoke to the Times about Scientology’s management and repeated beatings he gave as well as received. The interviews became part of the paper’s “The Truth Rundown” special issue. Rinder said he was speaking out because “I don’t want people to continue to be hurt and tricked and lied to.”

In October 2009, Rinder and Marty Rathbun revealed to the St. Petersburg Times how Scientology silenced critics, such as Bob Minton, by digging into personal details and secretly recording conversations. Rinder told the Times: “There were things that, really, he was worried about and had caused problems for him in the investigation that we had done” and Minton and the Scientology organization reached a private settlement. Rinder considered Minton a friend at the time of Minton’s death in January 2010.

Rinder lived in Denver, Colorado, until 2009. According to his blog, he has since lived in Palm Harbor, Florida, with his wife and son.


Rinder left Scientology in 2007. From 2016 to 2019, he has co-hosted the A&E documentary series Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath.


In a 2006 interview with Rolling Stone, Rinder said he had experienced discrimination in Australia during the period when the Australian state of Victoria had banned Scientology: “You couldn’t own Scientology books … If you did, you had to hide them because if the police came and found them, they’d take them away.”


As executive director of the Office of Special Affairs, he served as the chief spokesperson and representative of Scientology to the media for 25 years until replaced by Tommy Davis in 2005 under orders from David Miscavige. This office is responsible for overseeing public relations and legal issues for the church, as well as handling “internal investigations into members’ behavior.”


Michael John Rinder (/ˈ r ɪ n d ər / ; born 10 April 1955) is an Australian-American former senior executive of the Church of Scientology International (CSI) and the Sea Organization based in the US. From 1982 to 2007 Rinder served on the board of directors of CSI and also held the post of executive director of its Office of Special Affairs, overseeing the corporate, legal and public relations matters of Scientology at the international level.