Lawrence O'Donnell Net Worth
Lawrence O'Donnell net worth and salary: Lawrence O'Donnell is an American news broadcaster and TV writer who has a net worth of $16 million dollars and an annual salary of $4 million. Lawrence O'Donnell began writing while in college at Harvard, and subsequently worked as a writer. He published a novel, "Deadly Force" in 1983, and the book was turned into a television movie, entitled "A Case of Deadly Force" three years later. He began to work in politics in the late 80s, serving as an aide and then senior advisor to Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan. He subsequently became staff director of the United States Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, and the United States Senate Committee on Finance. He is most widely recognized as one of the writers and producers of the hit series, "The West Wing". He wrote 16 episodes and served as the story editor for 12 others. He also produced multiple seasons of the series from 1999 to 2006. In addition to his producing work, he had a recurring role on the television series, "Big Love". Starting in 2009, Lawrence became a regular contributor to Morning Joe on MSNBC. In September 2010 he began hosting his own 10pm MSNBC show "The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell". In 2011, he took over the 8pm MSNBC slot that was made available after Keith Olberman was fired but the show eventually returned to 10pm. In 2010, Lawrence partnered with MSNBC and UNICEF to create the K.I.N.D. Fund "Kids in Need of Desks" which has the mission to provide desks to schools in Africa. Since the charity was launched, it has raised over $6.5 million and has paid for more than 100,000 desks. The charity also provides scholarships to young Malawi girls attend school.
|Net Worth:||$16 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Nov 7, 1951 (68 years old)|
|Profession:||Journalist, Commentator, Writer, Television producer, Actor, Screenwriter, Presenter|
|Nationality:||United States of America|