Leslie Marshall is recognized as a liberal radio talk host and a commentator on national television. Leslie is also known as the youngest person ever to be nationally syndicated on the radio when she replaced Tom Snyder on the ABC Satellite Radio Network in 1992.
It has been 28 years since Leslie has been a radio talk hostess. Throughout her career, she has worked very hard to earn a name for herself and she has been very successful as well, and this credit goes to Leslie’s dedication towards her work. Let’s check out this beautiful lady’s net worth and salary.
Leslie Marshall is a journalist by profession, but she is also a radio show host and television reporter. The interesting fact about her is she was the first woman ever to host a nation-wide program that focused on various issues nationwide. Well, it must be one of the proudest moments of her life. Since then, she has progressed a lot in her career.
As of now, Marshall has her own show called The Leslie Marshall Show, which is a great success. Apart from this, Marshall has also contributed as a political pundit on the Fox News Channel and CNBC’s Kudlow & Company. Further, she is also a regular contributor on CNN’s Showbiz Tonight.
Did you know she even works for US News & World Report and Politico? Marshall writes blogs for these firms. By now, you guys must have a rough idea of how much she is worth.
But, wait we have more to share about her earnings. Besides journalism, Leslie Marshall also has a brief career in the acting field. Marshall has appeared in a number of Television shows and series like Desperate Housewives, NYPD Blue, 7th Heaven, Passions, General Hospital and Port Charles.
Now let's take a guess at her net worth. If you guys assumed it to be around 7 figure, then your guess is as good as ours. However, the actual figure isn’t available yet.
Marshall started her broadcasting career as a radio news reporter in Boston and later worked in radio and television in Miami, Florida. She worked for years as an anchor and as a host for music programs. Marshall then began her radio career at WNWS in Miami where she worked for three years.
She also worked mid-days at WGR in Buffalo and also worked mid-days at KPRC in Houston. Marshall was also a host of a television show called Bay Talk on KRON T.V. Further, she co-hosted Beyond the Beltway on WGR-TV in Chicago.
After she got married, she moved to Los Angeles where her husband worked. She was hosting early evening weeknights for KLAC until it flipped formats. Marshall then went on to host her own show on radio station WWKB for a year and was nationally syndicated. Now the show airs every weeknight on WWKB.
We wish this dedicated lady all the luck for her future and hope she reaches higher heights in her career.