Béatrice Schönberg net worth: Béatrice Schönberg is a French television journalist who has a net worth of $15 million dollars. Béatrice Schönberg was born in Paris, France in 1953 as Béatrice Szabo. Béatrice formerly was married to Claude-Michel Schönberg, a musician and composer. In July of 2005 Béatrice remarried to Jean-Louis Borloo, a French politician. In a turning point in her career, her new husband Borloo on French television declared that "Beatrice Carlsberg is the love of my life". This led to SDJ, a journalists' union calling for Schönberg to resign. The next year TV station France 2 reached an agreement with Béatrice. She was replaced as a weekend anchor, but stayed on to host a science program in prime time. She did not return to the program after her husband received a cabinet position to President Nicholas Sarkozy. During her TV news anchor career she appeared on France 2 for the weekend news at 8 pm, as well as on TV5 in Canada on the weekends at 6:30 pm. Fellow French newscaster Christine Ockrent also quit her job when her husband was given a cabinet post due to the President's personal ties with the media. Béatrice Schönberg's husband became the economy, finance, and employment minister under Sarkozy.
Béatrice Schönberg Net Worth
Date of Birth
May 9, 1953 (63 years old)
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