Soledad O’Brien Age
Soledad was born in St. James, New York, in the United States was born on September 19, 1966. As of 2021, he is 55 years old.
Soledad O’Brien Height
Soledad is 5 ft 5 in /1.65 m tall.
Soledad O’Brien Family
Soledad’s parents are Edward Ephrem O’Brien and Estela O’Brien (née Marquetti y Mendieta) , her dad worked at Stony Brook Campus as a mechanical engineering professor, and her mother worked at Smithtown High School West as a French and English teacher. She has six siblings; anesthesiologist Orestes O’Brien who was born in 1967, heads a documents company, eye surgeon Estela Ogiste who was born in 1964, businessman Tony O’Brien who was born in 1962, GE corporate lawyer Cecilia Vega who was born in 1961, law professor Maria Hylton who was born in 1960.
Soledad O’Brien Husband
Soledad is a married woman to Bradley Raymond a co-head of investment banking at Stifel, they tied the knot in 1995. They have four kids. More information on this will be updated soon.
Soledad O’Brien Children
Soledad and Bradley Raymond have four kids; twin sons Jackson and Charles who were born in August 2004 and two daughters, namely Sofia who was born in October 2000, and Cecilia who was born in March 2002. More details on the kids will be updated.
Soledad O’Brien Education
Soledad completed his high school course from Smithtown High School East in 1984. Then he joined Radcliffe College starting off with pre-med, English, and American literature, from 1984 to 1988, she then left taking up a job at WBZ-TV. Afterward, she came back to school pregnant with her first child and she got a degree in both English and American Literature in 2000 from Harvard.
Soledad O’Brien Salary
Soledad receives an annual salary of $76,661. This is according to CNN anchors/reporters salaries.
Soledad O’Brien Net Worth
Soledad has an estimated net worth of $817,071.
Soledad O’Brien Career
Soledad worked from January 2012 to March 2013 as an anchor of the CNN program, Starting Point. In 2011, the American Morning show got canceled by CNN and replaced with two new programs, Early Start and Starting Point, on January 2, 2012, she began anchoring Starting Point. Soledad’s agreement with CNN to leave Starting Point for the new Starfish Media Group production company was announced on February 21, 2013. She did her last show, as an anchor at CNN on March 29, 2013.
In June 2013, She launched the production and distribution company Starfish Media Group, the Company had signed a deal to produce a series of hour-long documentary specials for Al Jazeera America. Additionally, in September 2016 she became a host of the Hearst Television show, Matter of Fact with Soledad O’Brien; it became carried by FYI (American TV channel) on Sunday mornings (a network Hearst partly owns) adding up to its broadcast availability.