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Soledad O’Brien Biography

Soledad O’Brien is an executive producer and television journalist in the United States. Since 2016, O’Brien has been the host of Hearst Television’s nationally syndicated weekly talk show, Matter of Fact with Soledad O’Brien. She is the head of the starfish media group, which she formed in 2013 as a multiplatform media production and distribution company. She is also a member of Georgia’s Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication’s Peabody Awards board. Maria de la Soledad Teresa o’ Brien is her official name.

How old is Soledad O’Brien? – Age

She was born on 19 September 1966 in St. James, New York, United States. She is 56 years as of 2022.

Where did Soledad O’Brien go to school? – Education

In 1984, O’Brien earned his high school diploma from Smithtown East. She studied pre-med and English and American literature at Radcliffe College from 1984 to 1988 but left to work for WBZ-TV. While pregnant with her first child, O’Brien went back to school and earned a bachelor’s degree in English and American Literature from Harvard University in 2000.

Soledad O’Brien – Family

Edward Ephrem O’Brien, a mechanical engineering professor at Stony Brook University, and his mother, Estela O’Brien, a French and English teacher at Smithtown High School West, were the parents of O’Brien. Her parents met as students at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, where they were both immigrants. O’Brien is the fifth of six children, all of whom attended Harvard College and graduated. Maria Hylton, a law professor who was born in 1960, and GE Cecilia Vega, a corporate lawyer who runs a document company, eye surgeon Estela Ogiste, who was born in 1964, and anesthesiologist Orestes O’Brien, who was born in 1967.

O’Brien’s Husband

O’Brien has a wife. She married Bradford “Brad” Raymond, Stifel’s co-head of investment banking, in 1995.

O’Brien’s Children

O’Brien has four children with her husband Bradford. Sofia, born in October 2000, and Cecilia, born in March 2002, are two daughters, while Charles and Jackson, twin sons, were born in August 2004.

 

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Soledad O’Brien’s Height

She stands at 5 ft 4 in (1.65 m) tall.

What is O’Brien’s Salary?

Her salary is estimated to be $3 million.

O’Brien Net Worth

Her net worth is predicted to be $10 million.

Soledad O’Brien Career

Soledad O’Brien Hobbies

Since she was 13 years old, O’Brien has enjoyed horseback riding, a pleasure she now shares with her family. She and her husband manage the PowHERful Foundation, which helps women go to college by mentoring them. It all started in 2011.

Soledad O’Brien in NBC and MSNBC

WBZ-TV, then the NBC affiliate in Boston, hired O’Brien as an assistant producer and news writer.

In 1991, she joined NBC News as a field producer for the Nightly News and Weekend Today and was stationed in New York. From the spring of 1996 to November 1997, O’Brien hosted MSNBC’s weekend morning show and the cable network’s technology program The site.

O’Brien co-anchored the NBC News program Weekend Today with David Bloom from July 1999 to July 2003.

CNN

From July 2003 through April 2007, O’Brien was the co-anchor of CNN’s American Morning. CNN’s morning show, broadcast live from New York City. O’Brien was the host of CNN’s starting point from January 2012 to March 2013. On January 2, 2012, O’Brien began anchoring starting point after CNN canceled American Morning and replaced it with two new shows, Early start and starting point.

O’Brien released a documentary named Latino in America in 2009, which chronicled the lives of Latinos in the United States. In July 2007, O’Brien hosted a CNN show titled Blank in America.

HBO

HBO has first-look rights for new shows developed by O’Brien starfish Media Group, according to a deal reached by the company. On 12 June 2013, it was announced that O’Brien would be joining HBO’s Real Sports as a correspondent for Bryant Gumbel’s sports news magazine.

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