The Estimated Net Worth of Diane Sawyer is $68.5 Million. The Net Worth of Diane Sawyer has seen a hike of 37% over the past few years. Diane Sawyer is an American television journalist. While calculating the Net Worth of Diane Sawyer we have included the data updated as of this Quarter. Check out the Exclusive information on Diane Sawyer Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Car Collection, Investments etc. Also read Net Worth details of Meryl Streep, Salma Hayek and Melissa McCarthy.
Diane Sawyer Net Worth
|Estimated Net Worth||$68.5 Million|
|Average Annual Income||$22 Million|
|Personal Investments||$49.6 Million|
|Luxury Cars – 3||$1.1 Million|
Diane Sawyer Cars included in her Net Worth
The Car collection of Diane Sawyer is quite Average. She owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Diane Sawyer include Mercedes Benz, Jaguar and Rolls Royce.
Diane Sawyer House included in her Net Worth
Diane Sawyer Resides in Tisbury. Tisbury is a large village in the English county of Wiltshire. She bought this Luxury Home in 2016. She owns Multiple Properties. Estimated Value of this Real Estate property around $4.6 Million.
Diane Sawyer Biography
Diane Sawyer was born in Glasgow, Kentucky, to Jean W. (née Dunagan), an elementary school teacher, and Erbon Powers “Tom” Sawyer, a judge. Her ancestry includes English, Irish, Scots-Irish, and German.
Soon after Diane Sawyer birth, her family moved to Louisville, where her father rose to local prominence as a Republican politician and community leader.
He was Kentucky’s Jefferson County Judge/Executive when he was killed in a car accident on Louisville’s Interstate 64 in 1969. E. P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park, in the Frey’s Hill area of Louisville, is named in his honor.
Diane Sawyer attended Seneca High School in the Buechel area of Louisville. Diane Sawyer served as an editor-in-chief for her school newspaper, The Arrow, and participated in many artistic activities.
Diane Sawyer always felt, however, that she was in the shadow of her older sister, Linda. Insecure and something of a loner as a teen, Diane found happiness, she later said, going off by herself or with a group of friends that called themselves “reincarnated transcendentalist” and read Emerson and Thoreau down by a creek.
In Diane Sawyer senior year of high school, in 1963, she won first place in the annual national America’s Junior Missscholarship pageant as a representative from the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Diane Sawyer won by her strength of poise in the final interview and her essay comparing the music of the North and the South during the Civil War. From 1962 to 1965, Diane Sawyer was America’s Junior Miss, touring the country to promote the Coca-Cola Pavilion at the 1964–1965 New York World’s Fair.
At first, Diane Sawyer thought that travelling around the country as America’s Junior Miss would be a terrifying experience, but it taught her to think on her feet and do so with poise and grace.
In 1967, Diane Sawyer received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in English from Wellesley College in Wellesley, Massachusetts.
Diane Sawyer was a member of the Wellesley College Blue Notes, an a cappella-singing group, and Phi Sigma Lecture Society. Diane Sawyer attended one semester of law school at the University of Louisville before turning to journalism.
Immediately after Diane Sawyer graduation, Sawyer returned to Kentucky and was employed as weather forecaster for WLKY-TV in Louisville. In Diane Sawyer’s opinion, the weather was boring, so she would occasionally add quotes to keep it interesting.
Finally, Diane Sawyer was promoted to a general-assignment post, but this did not sustain her interest for long. In 1970, Sawyer moved to Washington, D.C., and, unable to find work as a broadcast journalist, she interviewed for positions in government offices.
Diane Sawyer eventually became an assistant to Jerry Warren, the White House deputy press secretary. Initially, Diane Sawyer wrote press releases and quickly graduated to other tasks like drafting some of President Richard Nixon’s public statements.
Within a few months, Diane Sawyer became an administrative assistant to White House Press Secretary Ron Ziegler and eventually rose to become a staff assistant for U.S. President Richard Nixon.
In 1973 when John Dean testified to the Senate Watergate Committee concerning Nixon’s involvement in the Watergate coverup, Diane Sawyer and Larry Speakes were assigned to the staff of Nixon’s lawyer J. Fred Buzhardt in an effort to “prove” that Dean was lying.
Speakes later claimed that he had come to the conclusion that Dean had not lied, and that he informed Sawyer, but they continued their efforts.
Diane Sawyer was in relationships with Frank Gannon, aide to President Richard Nixon, as well as American diplomat Richard Holbrooke.
On April 29, 1988, Diane Sawyer married film and theatre director, producer, and actor Mike Nichols. They had no children. Nichols had two daughters and a son from previous marriages. He died on November 19, 2014, at the age of 83.
The “List of The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women” in Forbes magazine reported that, between June 2005 and June 2008, Diane Sawyer made approximately $12 million, solely from entertainment income.
Diane Sawyer Net Worth Growth Estimate
The Net Worth and Income of Diane Sawyer is expected to continue to grow at a Strong pace. Over the next few years, Diane Sawyer’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 45%.