Famous talk show host Conan O’Brien comes with an estimated net worth of $75 million. He is now hosting his late night show called Conanwhich airs on TBS.
Conan O’Brien was born on April 18, 1963 in Brookline, Massachusetts and was raised in a Catholic environment by American-Irish parents. He constantly had a talent for comedy and humor, ever since he was at Harvard and became a writer for the Harvard Lampoon humor magazine. Catholic later had a major breakthrough in Hollywood, where he was writing for Saturday Night Live and The Simpsons, where he was producer and writer.
After The Simpsons, Conan O’Brien got employment as leading night talk show on NBC, and shortly he acquired notoriety and also a larger viewership, with having amusing sketches with his sidekick Andy Richter. In 2009, Conan eventually got his dream job as a host of The Tonight Show, after Leno chose to retire, but his occupation didn’t last for long because Leno broke his promise with his show attempting to move Conan’s show afterwards, which could have seriously damaged The Tonight Show, and he finally left the network. Currently, he is hosting a show called Conan on TBS.
Conan Christopher O’Brien (born April 18, 1963) is an American television host, comic, writer, producer, musician, and voice actor. O’Brien was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, and was raised in a Irish Catholic family. He served as president of the “Harvard Lampoon” while attending Harvard University, and was a writer for the sketch comedy show “Not Necessarily the News”.
After composing for several comedy shows in Los Angeles, he joined the writing staff of “Saturday Night Live”. O’Brien was a writer and producer for “The Simpsons” for two seasons until he was commissioned by NBC to take over David Letterman’s position as host of “Late Night” in 1993. A virtual unknown to the public, O’Brien’s first time on “Late Night” tenure received unfavorable reviews and remained on a multiweek renewal cycle during its early years. The show generally enhanced over time and was highly regarded by the time of his departure in 2009. Afterward, O’Brien relocated from New York to Los Angeles to host his own embodiment of “The Tonight Show” for seven months until network politics prompted a host change in 2010.
Known for his impulsive hosting style, which continues to be characterized as “difficult, self-deprecating comedy”, O’Brien’s late-night programs combine the “lewd and wacky with more elegant, narrative-powered short films (remotes)”. He has hosted “Conan” since 2010 and has also hosted such events as the Emmy Awards and “Christmas in Washington”. O’Brien has become the topic of a documentary, “Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop” (2011), and has also hosted a 32-city live comedy tour.