Leo Laporte Net Worth

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Leo Laporte net worth:
$5 Million

Leo Laporte Net Worth and salary: Leo Laporte is an American broadcaster, businessman, and author who has a net worth of $5 million dollars. Born in New York City in 1956, Leo Laporte dropped out of Yale University in favor of a career in radio broadcasting. He began his work under the names Dan Hayes and Dave Allen; during the '80s, he became involved with computers. Soon, Laporte carved out a role for himself as a well-known and well-respected technology broadcaster. He appeared on "Dvorak on Computers", "Laporte on Computers", "Internet!", and "The Personal Computing Show" before winning his first Emmy for "The Site". In 1998, he developed "The Screen Savers", where he worked for the next six years. He hosted "The Lab with Leo Laporte" in Canada and a weekly tech talk show called "Leo Laporte: The Tech Guy" on radio waves. He has branched out into podcasts, owning and running network TWiT.tv, but refers to the radio and video programs as "netcasts". Laporte is the author of a handful of books, including "101 Computer Answers You Need to Know", "Leo Laporte's Guide to TiVo", and "Leo Laporte's PC Help Desk". He writes several annual technology almanacs such as "Leo Laporte's Technology Almanac' and "Poor Leo's Computer Almanac". He is divorced from ex-wife, Jennifer, and has two children.

Leo Laporte Net Worth

Leo Laporte

Author
Date of Birth
Nov 29, 1956 (60 years old)
Profession
Author, Entrepreneur, Broadcaster
Nationality
United States of America
Nicknames
Leo Gordon Laporte, Dave Allen, Dan Hayes
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