Tom Brokaw Net Worth-know more about his work, Assets and Early life
Facts of Tom Brokaw Net Worth-know more about his work, Assets and Early life
|Net worth||$70 million|
|Date of Birth:||1940 February 6|
|Age:||80 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
Tom Brokaw Net Worth:$70 million
An American television journalist and author, Tom Brokaw has net worth which was estimated around $70 million. Tom Brokaw has accumulated his net worth by anchoring and being managing editor of NBC Nightly News from 1982 to 2004. He is the author of “The Greatest Generation” and other books and also was a recipient of numerous awards and honors. He was born on February 6, 1940, in Webster, South Dakota, United States.
Tom Brokaw Source of Income:
Talking about the source of income of Tom Brokaw, he works in NBC news as a lead anchor and managing editor. In 1966 he joined NBC News as managing editor and in 1982 he began co-anchoring in which his income from 1982 to 2004 was $7 million. After the college, he worked at a television station named KITV in Sioux City, Lowa and from there Tom worked at stations in Nebraska and Georgia before joining in NBC news. His annual income was estimated around $9 million.
Tom Brokaw Cars and Houses:
Let's get about Tom Brokaw assets. Since having a huge net worth he has the quite large collection of cars in which the brand he owned includes Range Rover, Audi, and Rolls Royce. Tom Brokaw total spending in buying a luxurious car was estimated around $2 million and in buying houses was estimated around $22 million. He has total 7 luxurious cars and 2 houses. Recently Tom Brokaw bought a brand new Porsche luxury car whose price was estimated around $350,000. Tom Brokaw has another house of 4,184 square foot built-in 56.74 acres at 43 S. Bedford Road in Pound Ridge, N.Y in 1999 whose price was estimated around $4.25 million.
Tom Brokaw Early Life:
Tom Brokaw was born on February 6, 1940, in Webster, South Dakota who is the son of Eugenia “Jean” who worked in sales and as a post office clerk and Anthony Orville Brokaw. He was the eldest son among their three sons and he was named after his maternal great-grandfather Thomas Conley. His mother was Irish American and his father was a descendant of Huguenot immigrants Bourgon and Catherine Broussard. The town of Bristol, South Dakota and the Brokaw House, a small hotel and the first structure of Bristol which was found by his paternal great-grandfather, Richard P. Brokaw. His father was a construction foreman for the Army Corps Engineer and worked at the Black Hills Ordnance Depot and helped to construct Fort Randall Dam. Tom Brokaw just stayed for a short period of time in Bristol, Igloo, and Pickstow before studying in the high school in Yankton.
Studying at Yankton Senior High School and also being a high school student, Tom Brokaw was governor of South Dakota American Legion Boys State. The South Dakota Governor Joe Foss of New York City and Tom Brokaw appeared together on a TV game show. Due to this, it was the beginning of a long relationship with Foss whom he would feature later in his book about World War 2 veterans. Tom Brokaw became an Advisory Board member of the Joe Foss Institute. He got drop out from the University of Lowa in Lowa City, Low due to failing to keep up with his studies. From the University of South Dakota, he received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in 1964. With the members of “Do Boys” Yvon Chouinard and Douglas Tompkins, he climbed a mountain for several years.
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