Award-winning American late-night talk-show personality and comedian, Conan O'Brien shot to fame and gained international popularity after landing a prime spot as a host of Late Night. He is credited with the enduring popularity of Tonight Show, and Conan, as a prominent on-air figure, has been the host of projects since 2010, flaunting his spontaneous hosting style and self-effacing comedy.
O'Brien also hosted several major events like Emmy Awards and Christmas in Washington. He also named the second longest-serving late-night talk show host in American television history after David Letterman.
Conan initially started his TV career as a writer, working for some notable shows slike Saturday Night Live and The Simpsons.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Conan O'Brien has an estimated net worth of around $95 million as of 2020. His annual salary is $12 million since 2013. He primarily makes money as a host of some known shows.
Here is the list of his salary,
|'The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien'||$8 million|
|'Late Night with Conan O'Brien'||$20 million|
|'The Tonight Show'||$14 million|
O'Brien also made $1 million from his sponsorship with American Express.
The veteran TV host, Conan O'Brien, slammed down $20 million on his sprawling Pacific Palisades property in early 2013. He bought the 11,600 square feet of space in Los Angeles just a few months later he sold his another duplex in LA for $9.25 million.
He lost a bundle on the mansion as he originally paid $10 million for the house back in Jan 2008. The house has six bedrooms and a total of 8.5 bathrooms. It also includes six fireplaces and 10-foot ceilings.
Conan sold his New York City apartment to CEO of Discovery Communications, David M. Zaslav, for $25 million. The property on the 17th and 18th floors of the Majestic features seven-bedroom, eight-and-a-half bathroom, and three terrace duplex.
O'Brien and his wife Elizabeth Ann Powel first purchased a single unit on the 17th floor and later spent $10 million on its 18th floor. He is also an owner of Bugatti Veyron ($1.5 million).
Conan O'Brien is an ardent supporter of many charitable organizations. In 2007, he hosted Bob Woodruff's first annual Stand Up for Heroes: A Benefit for the Bob Woodruff Foundation.
He is also engaged to many other foundations such as ALS Association, Autism Speaks, Bob Woodruff Foundation, Children's Defense Fund, Entertainment Industry Foundation, and St. Francis Food Pantries and Shelters.
Conan O'Brien was born on April 18, 1963, in Brookline, Massachusetts, to Dr. Thomas O'Brien, a noted epidemiologist and Ruth Reardon O'Brien, a partner at Ropes & Gray law firm outside Boston.
O'Brien has five siblings: three brothers Neal O'Brien, an antique car collector, Luke O'Brien, a lawyer, and Justin O'Brien, a business consultant, and two sisters: Kate O'Brien, and Jane O'Brien. He attended Brookline High School and became the managing editor of The Sagamore, the school newspaper.
Conan majored in American History from Harvard University.
Conan O'Brien has been sharing the blissful married life with his spouse Elizabeth Ann Powel since the two tied the knot on 12 January 2002. The couple dated for 18-month before they married in 2002.
They are also blessed with two kids, a daughter, Neve O'Brien, born in 2003 and a son, Beckett O'Brien, born in 2005.