CNN Anchor Don Lemon net worth is $31 Million dollars. As part of his contract with CNN, Don Lemon earns over $10 Million salary and an additional $2 Million bonus from CNN.

In a short span of time, Don Lemon has become one of the most recognizable faces on CNN, drawing a record number of audiences. Don Lemon’s net worth has grown at a rate of 45% over the past 2-years due to his overgrowing popularity among the Democrats.

Don Lemon net worth was only $1 Million in 2010. But now his net worth has grown to well over $30 Million, which is almost a 30 times hike. Don Lemon’s worth also comes from his high-paying salary in CNN. Must Check Tucker Carlson Net Worth.

Don Lemon Net Worth

Net Worth$31 Million
CNN Salary$10 Million
Liabilities & Loans$8 Million
Investments$11 Million

Don Lemon’s Cars

Don Lemon has recently bought a Rolls-Royce Dawn for $1 Million USD. Don Lemon also owns a Lamborghini Aventador that cost $1 Million USD. A Few other cars owned by Don Lemon are listed below. Checkout Anderson Cooper Net Worth.

  • Range Rover Autobiography
  • Alfa Romeo Giulia
  • McLaren GT

Don Lemon Assets & Investments

Don Lemon’s assets include 15 real estate properties, 7 Cars, 3 Luxury Yachts. Don Lemon’s Assets Portfolio also includes Cash Reserves of over $30 Million. Don Lemon also owns an investment portfolio of 15 stocks that are valued at $21 Million. A few of the stocks owned by Don Lemon are listed below. Also see Wolf Blitzer Net Worth.

  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Meta Platforms
  • Dell Technologies
  • Berkshire Hathaway
  • Alphabet Inc
  • PayPal

Don Lemon House

Don Lemon lives in his 13,300 square-foot luxury home located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Don Lemon has bought his property for an estimated price tag of $17 Million dollars. This property comes with 8 Bedrooms and 9 Bathrooms.


Don Lemon Salary (CNN)

Salary in 2023$10 Million
Salary in 2022$9 Million
Salary in 2021$6 Million
Salary in 2020$5 Million
Salary in 2019$3 Million

Don Lemon Wiki

Zodiac SignLeo
Favorite ActorRobert De Niro
Favorite ColourWhite
Favorite SportGolf
Favorite Music ArtistPhil Collins
Favorite Holiday DestinationAustralia

Frequently Asked Questions

What network is Don Lemon on?


Is Don Lemon on NBC?

Not anymore. Don Lemon worked as a news correspondent for NBC in early 2000s before joining CNN.

How old is Don Lemon CNN?

56 years, March 1, 1966.

Who is Don’s fiancee?

Tim Malone.

Where did Don Lemon on CNN go to college?

Brooklyn College.

How tall is Don Lemon?

6 feet 1 inches 1.82 meters).

What is Don Lemon’s salary on CNN?

$10 Million per annum.

How much is Don Lemon worth?

Don Lemon’s net worth is $31 Million dollars.

Don Lemon Bio

Don Lemon was born March 1, 1966, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the son of Katherine Marie (Bouligney) and Wilmon Lee Richardson. Don Lemon attended Louisiana State University and graduated from Brooklyn College in 1996, majoring in broadcast journalism. Don Lemon worked for Fox affiliates in St. Louis and Chicago for several years, and was a correspondent for NBC affiliates in Philadelphia and Chicago.

Don Lemon reported as a weekend news anchor for WBRC in Birmingham, Alabama and for WCAU in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 2003, Don Lemon began working at NBC owned-and-operated station WMAQ-TV (5 in Chicago) and was a reporter and local news co-anchor.

Don Lemon joined CNN in September 2006. Since 2015, Don Lemon has also co-hosted CNN’s New Year’s Eve special from New Orleans with Brooke Baldwin. In August 2018, during an on-air discussion about the migrant caravan, Don Lemon received criticism from conservatives for stating “we have to stop demonizing people and realize that the biggest terror threat in this country is white men, most of them radicalized to the right, and we have to start doing something about them.


In 2003, Don Lemon won an Edward R. Murrow Award for his coverage of the capture of the D.C. area sniper, and other awards for reports on Hurricane Katrina. Don Lemon was voted as one of the 150 most influential African Americans by Ebony magazine in 2010.

In 2015, David Uberti of the Columbia Journalism Review named him in a list of worst journalism of the year for several reporting gaffes throughout the year. In 2018, Out named him on its Power 50 list of “the most influential LGBTQ people in the USA.”


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