Le Batard, the American newspaper sportswriter, radio host and television reporter is worth $1 million. He has been working with Miami Heral for three decades and also hosts shows in ESPN radio and television.

Early Life

Dan Le Batard was born in Jersey City, New Jersey and raised in Central Islip, New York and now settled in Florida. Le Batard is of Cuban descent and also born into a radio family.  His father Gonzalo is also a renowned radio host, and his brother is a Miami based celebrity LEBO. He went to Chaminade Madonna School Preparatory.

Le Batard later attended the University of Miami and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Politics. Le Batard is also fluent in Spanish.

Le Batard is very private about his personal life, and there are no reports about his relationship status.

Career

Columnist

Le Batard began his career as a columnist at Miami Herald in 1990 for its sports section. One of the most recognised works of Le Batard as a columnist is his investigation of his former college’s football team to break the Miami Hurricanes Football Team Pell Grant scandal.

Radio Host

Apart from being a columnist, Le Batard also hosts a morning radio show on ESPN radio. In one of his shows, he explained how he was influenced by Tony Kornheiser who encouraged him to take up a career in Radio, as it would link him to his community in many ways.

Television

Le Batard has also contributed many programs to ESPN television network. He regularly appears on shows like Outside the Lines, The Sports Reporters, College GameDay and Pardon the Interruption. He has also guest appeared on the TV series Ballers for one episode.  He hosts TV series like Highly Questionable and The Dan Le Batard Show.

Le Batard has also appeared on other TV shows including Gallic and Wingo, Mike & Mike, SportsCenter, A Football Life (Documentary), 30 for 30, The top 5 reasons you can’t Blame, Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith, Rome is Burning and ESPN SportsCentury(Documentary).

Controversies

Le Batard has also involved in few controversies. In 2014, Le Batard, who was the member of the BBWAA, gave his baseball Hall of Fame vote away to sports news site Deadspin to allow it to use it as a public opinion poll, following which the BBWAA imposed a year’s ban on him.

He was even suspended from his duties for two days by ESPN for taking out the billboard in Akron, Ohio which read “You’re welcome, Lebron. Love, Miami” and pictured two NBA championship rings.

Dan Le Batard Net Worth

Le Batard’s net worth estimates at $1 million. With just journalism as a career, it can be safe to say his net worth is pretty impressive. Le Batard has been a columnist for about three decades now and continued to write for the Miami Herald.

His work as a radio host for ESPN radio show and also as a host for ESPN TV series adds to his net worth. Le Batard receives an annual salary of $300,000.

He currently resides in Florida in his mansion. Le Batard had posted a picture of him with his matt black car on the social media, although the model of the car is not known.

Philanthropy

Le Batard has involved in numerous philanthropic activities. He has hosted several charity events during the sports team parties.

Conclusion

Though Le Batard is private about his personal life, in one of the radio shows, he explained the difficulties that his family had to go through to come to the U.S. He stated that the family had to give up almost everything. With a background like this, Le Batard has proved to be successful in his career and is considered one of the well-established radio hosts. The 49-year-old host still has various opportunities that he can grab onto and grow further in his career.