Morley Safer Net Worth

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Morley Safer net worth:
$20 Million

Morley Safer net worth: Morley Safer was a Canadian-born American news reporter and television correspondent who had a net worth of $20 million. Morley Safer was probably most famous for his work on the CBS evening news magazine program 60 Minutes. Morley Safer accumulated this net worth through many years in both print journalism and on TV. Safer's career began in his native Canada, where he reported for various newspapers including the Woodstock Sentinel Review, the London Free Press and the Toronto Telegram. He also got jobs writing for English news service Reuters during this early phase of his career. Soon, Safer found his calling in television, getting a job as a correspondent and producer on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. From there, he quickly moved on to CBS, first as a London correspondent and then as the network's first correspondent in Saigon. It was during his time in the Saigon bureau that he filed a controversial TV report that depicted US troops in Vietnam torching a village that was ostensibly full of innocent civilians. It was one of the first TV reports that showed the bleak and untenable situation in Vietnam, and some credit it for stoking antiwar feeling in the United States (although it would still be several years before US withdrawal from Vietnam). Morley Safer died on May 19, 2016 at the age of 84.

Morley Safer Net Worth

Morley Safer

Writer
Date of Birth
Nov 8, 1931 (85 years old)
Profession
Writer, TV Journalist, Journalist, Actor
Nationality
Canada
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