Craig Kilborn Net Worth, Career, Early And Personal Life
Craig Kilborn is a multitalented TV personality, political commentator, comedian, sports commentator, and actor. He gained limelight for being the host of “The Late Night Show” and “The Daily Morning Show”, including other projects he has been a part of since the early 80s. Comedy deadpan delivery seems to be his trademark.
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Where Is Craig Kilborn now?
We ought to say that he has been too early to take his pension; he has surprisingly taken retirement from his television life and said that he was tired of his monotonous life. After leaving the famous “The Late Night Show”, he has struggled to look through himself anymore in the TV industry, and as “The Kilborn File” became a fail, he decided to leave television completely. However, he has been seen as a guest for the “Eisen Rich Show”, and there he spoke on topics regarding his career and life on that show.
Family And Childhood
On August 24th, 1962, Craig Kilborn Lawrence took birth in the city of Kansas, in Missouri, USA. He was the son of an insurance executive named Hiram Kilborn, his father, and Shirley Kilborn, a teacher. He grew up in Kansas until four years of age, and then his family settled in Hastings, Minnesota.
He has completed matriculation from a hometown school named High School Of Hastings. While studying in that school, he has seriously played basketball, and he played that quite well because of possessing a tall height and was way taller than most of his school colleagues. Post matriculation, Craig enrolled himself, with the help of a scholarship, to the State University Of Montana. She has completed his graduation with a double bachelor’s in media and theatre arts in the year 1984.
Beginnings Of Career
Craig kick-started his career on the field of radio, finding himself a place there as a match-by-match commentator on the CBA for the Savannah Spirits. That job lasted for a couple of years, from 1986 to the end of 1987, and later, he joined the KCBA in Salinas again as a sports commentator and anchor. This was his first TV job, and there he covered the Garlic Gilroy Festival and covered bocce playing among the locals near Row Cannery.
The Daily Show In Comedy Central
At a particular point in time in his career, Craig moved to Comedy Central Channel to host the famous “The Daily Show”, starting from July 21st, 1996, and was there for a couple of years, counting up to 386 episodes in total. Jon Stewart was his successor, who carried on with the show until 2015.
Net Worth And Salary
His successful career in TV and radio has earned him a net worth of 7 million US dollars. During the peak years of his career, he used to earn over 90,000 dollars a year.