Soledad O’Brien Biography and Wiki
Soledad O’Brien is a broadcast journalist and executive producer from the United States. O’Brien has hosted Matter of Fact with Soledad O’Brien, a nationally syndicated weekly talk show produced by Hearst Television, since 2016. She is the founder and chairwoman of starfish media group, a multiplatform media production and distribution company she founded in 2013.
Soledad O’Brien? – Age
How old is Brien? O’Brien is 56 years old as of 2022. She was born on September 19, in 1966 in St. James, New York, United States.
Soledad O’Brien Nationality
She is an American national and citizen by birth. She was born and raised in St. James, New York, United State of America. She is of mixed ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Soledad O’Brien Height and Weight
Soledad O’Brien Family | Parents and Siblings
O’Brien was born and raised in St. James, New York, the daughter of mechanical engineering professor Edward Ephrem O’Brien at Stony Brook University and Estela O’Brien, a French and English teacher at Smithtown High School West. Her siblings include law professor Maria Hylton, who was born in 1960, GE Corporate lawyer Cecilia Vega, who founded a document company in 1962, eye surgeon Estela Ogiste, who was born in 1964, and anesthesiologist Orestes O’Brien, who was born in 1967.
Soledad O’Brien Husband
O’Brien is a married man. She married Bradford “Brad” Raymond, co-head of investment banking at Stifel, in 1995.
Soledad O’Brien Children
O’Brien has four children with her husband Bradford. Two daughters, Sofia, born in October 2000, and Cecilia, born in March 2002, as well as two twin sons, Charles and Jackson, born in August 2004.
Soledad O’Brien’s Net worth
O’Brien has an estimated net worth of $10 million. She has amassed a modest wealth through the revenues of her job as an anchor/reporter.
Soledad O’Brien CNN NBC MSNBC Career
O’Brien began her career as an associate producer and news writer at WBZ-TV in Boston, which was then an NBC affiliate. She then joined NBC News in 1991 as a field producer for the Nightly News and Weekend Today, based in New York. O’Brien hosted MSNBC’s weekend morning show beginning in 1996 and the cable network’s technology program The site, which aired weeknights from the spring of 1996 to November 1997. O’Brien co-anchored the NBC News program Weekend Today with David Bloom from July 1999 to July 2003. O’Brien moved to CNN, where she was co-anchor of the CNN program, American Morning, which aired live from New York City from July 2003 to April 2007.
O’Brien hosted the CNN program, starting point, from January 2012 to March 2013. O’Brien began anchoring starting point on January 2, 2012, after CNN canceled American Morning and replaced it with two new programs, Early start and starting point. O’Brien finished a documentary titled Latino in America in 2009, which documented the lives of Latinos in America. In July 2007, O’Brien hosted a CNN special called Blank in America. O’Brien Starfish Media Group has agreed to give HBO first-look rights to new programs and concepts that it develops. On June 12, 2013, it was announced that O’Brien would be joining HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel sports news magazine as a correspondent.