How rich is Maria de la Soledad Teresa O'Brien?
Maria de la Soledad Teresa O'Brien Net Worth:
|Birth date:||September 19, 1966|
|Birth place:||Saint James, New York, USA|
|Height:||5' 5" (1.65 m)|
|Profession:||Actress, Producer, Director|
Maria de la Soledad Teresa O'Brien net worth, wiki & biography:
Soledad O Briens complete name is Maria De La Soledad Teresa OBrien and was born in 1966. She’s a philanthropist, executive producer and a broadcast journalist of American nationality. She’s chairman for Starfish Media Group. OBrien is a television anchorman an additionally a correspondent of HBO and CNN and for the Real Sports program. She’s also a correspondent for America Tonight for Al Jazeera America. She’s a lot of the lists of the individuals who are working with her for her Starfish Media Group. Soledad O Brien can also be executive producer as well as a moderator of National Geographic Bee and he replaced Alex Trebek who’d moderated it for over 25 years. His dad was an Australian and her mom was a Cuban. The two constantly went to day-to-day mass in a church that has been found near the campus. The dad would give the ride to his mom but she consistently refused until she said yes one day and in a year they were already married. Her mom is of Afro Cuban ethnicity. A lot of people suppose that she speaks Spanish but it isn’t true. She’s married to Bradley Raymond and her husband is co-head for investment banking Stifel. They will have two daughters collectively with double sons. Soledad O Brien is a gifted man and she’s had the opportunity to interview many styles. She started her career at WBZ TV and later moved to NBC. She got success and compliments in whatever she was doing. Her typical salary is around 20,000 every month and her net worth is over 3 million dollars. Soledad O Brien is a victor for Peabody Awards about how she covered Hurricane Katrina jointly with BP oil spill. She was granted Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award for coverage of South Asian Tsunami. She also got distinct Emmys with her coverage about Haiti Quake and the Children On Race. She was granted award of NAACP President. She’s the member of National Association of Black Journalists.