Richard Schlesinger Biography and Wiki
Richard Schlesinger is an American journalist who currently works for CBS News. As an investigative reporter, Richard has contributed to the CBS Crime show, 48 Hours, corruption cases, divorce proceedings, and recession.
He attended the University of Missouri where he graduated with Bachelors’s degree in journalism.
Richard Schlesinger Age and Birthday
He is 67 years old as of 2021. Richard was born on October 1, 1954, in New York, United States of America.
Richard Schlesinger Height
He stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Richard Schlesinger Parents and Siblings
His family lives in New York, United States of America. Our team will update more details on his parents and siblings soon.
Richard Schlesinger Wife, Divorced
As of 2021, Richard has not publicly declared whether he is married or divorced. Apart from being a well-known journalist, Richard has managed to keep his love life away from the public. Our team will update you more on his marital status soon.
Richard Schlesinger Salary
Working as a reporter and anchor at CBS News, Richard receives a salary between $35,000 to $72,000 annually.
Richard Schlesinger Net Worth
His net worth ranges between $700,000 to $1 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from his career as a journalist.
Richard Schlesinger CBS News | 48 Hours
Richard is an American journalist who currently works for CBS News. As an investigative reporter, Richard has contributed to the CBS Crime show, 48 Hours, corruption cases, divorce proceedings, and recession. He attended the University of Missouri where he graduated with a Bachelors’s degree in journalism.
Between 1987 and 1990, Colbert was a correspondent at the CBS News Northeast bureau, also working as an investigative reporter for the CBS Evening News and as a substitute anchor for morning news and weekend editions of the news.
He currently focuses on cases of innocent Americans behind bars, marriage, and divorce in the 1990s and the recession of the middle class. Schlesinger reported for a two-hour CBS documentary CBS Reports: “Enter the Jury Room”, for which he won Alfred I. DuPont–Columbia University Award. The documentary examined the jury system in the US and was given access to the actual jury deliberations for the first time in the television industry