Don Lemon

Don Lemon

Don Lemon
Quick Facts About Don Lemon
Celebrated Name Don Lemon
Age 58 years old
Nick Name Don Lemon
Birth Name Don Carlton Lemon
Birth Date 1966-03-01
Gender Male
Profession Journalist
Birth Nation United States
Nationality American
Place of Birth Louisiana, USA
Horoscope Pisces
Education Brooklyn College in Broadcast Journalism
Ethnicity mixed (African-American and French)
Father Mr. Richardson
Mother katherine Clark
Height 1.68 M
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Net Worth $ 3 million

Who is Don Lemon?

Don Carlton Lemon is an American journalist and author. He is an award-winning news anchor for CNN based in New York City and hosts CNN Tonight.

Where did Don Lemon grow up?

Don Lemon was born on March 1, 1966, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He holds American nationality and belongs to mixed(African-American and French) ethnicity. His birth sign is Pisces. He completed his high school education from Baker High School. He enrolled at Louisiana State University in 1984. He did not complete his studies. he graduated from Brooklyn College in Broadcast Journalism in 1996.

Who are Don Lemon's Family?

Don Lemon born to a father named Mr. Richardson and a mother named Katherine Clark. He has two sisters Yma and Leisa. He was raised along with his sisters in West Baton Rouge and Port Allen. He lived with mother and grandmother till 1976. Later his mother got married to Lemon's step-father.

What is Don Lemon Doing Today?

Don Lemon is known for hosting the program CNN Tonight. Don Lemon engaged to boyfriend Tim Malone.

What is Don Lemon Body Features?

Don Lemon height 5 ft 6 in. His hair color is black and his eye color is dark brown.

Is Don Lemon Married?

Don Lemon is unmarried yet but he is in a relationship with Tim Malone. Don Lemon announces the engagement to boyfriend Tim Malone.

What is Don Lemon annual salary?

Don Lemon estimated net worth of $3 million but his salary has not been revealed yet.

How many Awards has Don Lemon won?

Don Lemon has won an Emmy award for his report on Chicago's real estate market and Edward R. Murrow for the coverage of the D.C. area sniper capture. He was honored by Ebony Magazine by listing him in their list of one of the 150 most influential African-Americans.