American TV personality Lawrence O'Donnell is famous for his TV show, The Last Show with Lawrence O'Donnell. He appears as the host of the very show. His show is telecasted in American news channel MSNBC at 10 pm throughout Monday to Friday.
Lawrence O'Donnell, who is an American news broadcaster and TV writer, has the net worth in the range of millions. Besides this, he also owns various properties. Want to know details on his net worth and properties? If yes, then you won't regret staying with us. Here, we have details about his net worth and properties. Scroll down to find out!!!
Talking about Lawrence's annual salary, he earns $4 million annually. According to the online sources, the host of MSNBC earns a wage of around $71k-$89k monthly.
It is assumed that Lawrence has made up a huge earning with MSNBC show, The Last Show with Lawrence O'Donnell. Lawrence role in TV series like Monk (2013), Big Love (2008), True Blood (2013) have also helped to make up his earning.
Apart from his earnings through his TV series, Lawrence has also earned from his appearances in television shows like The McLaughlin Group, The Al Franken Show, and The Countdown.
Besides, he also earns a major part through his TV writing and producing. Talking about his properties, he owns a luxurious home in Boston which he brought in the year 2002. The value of his home is around $1 million. He also owns luxurious cars like Range Rover and Mercedes Benz which is worth $5,10,000 each.
Lawrence O'Donnell's net worth has increased by 17% as compared to the previous years. As per the source, his net worth in 2018 is estimated to be $16 million. He has a personal investment of $7 million. Moreover, his net worth is likely to increase by 24% in coming years as well
Lawrence is also involved in charity work and provides charity to underprivileged children. In 2010, the actor collaborated with UNICEF and MSNBC to create a charity called K.I.N.D. Fund "Kids in Need of Desks".
The mission of the charity was to provide desks to the schools of Africa. It helped to raise $6.5 million which provided 100,000 desks to the schools of Africa. The charity also organizes scholarships to Malawi young school girls.