Don Lemon Biography
Don Lemon is a TV journalist and a news anchor from the United States. He is famous for being the host of the CNN show "Tonight". Lemon is also well known for as the weekend anchor for WBRC and as an investigative reporter for KTVI St. Louis. 5.6 ft. of height, Don Lemon was born in the mid-1960s in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to Katherine Lemon Clark. He has two siblings, Yma Lemon and Leisa Lemon. He holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.
Don's sexuality and love life were a mystery until he was on his 20s. But while he turned 30 he revealed that he is a gay and outed that he suffered sexual abuse in his childhood. Lemon married to his long-term boyfriend, Stephanie Ortiz.
As a child, Don joined "Baker High School". Later on, he joined "Brooklyn College" with a major in broadcast journalism. He was also enrolled at "Louisiana State University" and after graduation Lemon started his career in journalism from WNYW in New York City as a news assistant.
Later on, he was hired by WBRC as its weekend anchor. He also worked at KTVI St. Louis as an anchor and investigative reporter and anchor at WBRC. At the end of 2006, he was hired by CNN.
He is earning a massive amount of salary as a journalist and his current net worth is estimated to be around $3 million. Must Read - Don Lemon opens up about his sexual orientationEdit
Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
5'.6" tall, Don Lemon was born in the mid 1960s in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the United States of America. He was born to Katherine Lemon Clark. He has two siblings Yma Lemon and Leisa Lemon.Edit
Joined NBC O&O station WMAQ-TV
He began his broadcasting career from WNYW in New York City. He joined the organization as a news assistant. Later he was hired by WBRC as its weekend anchor. In 2003, he joined NBC O&O station WMAQ-TV.Edit
Was honored by Ebony magazine
Don Lemon is a TV journalist and a news anchor from United States. In 2009, he was honored by Ebony magazine. They honored him by listing him in their list of one of the 150 most influential African-Americans.Edit