American journalist Charlie Gasparino has accumulated a massive net worth from his long stint in his career which has helped him to be on the richest journalist list.

The native of Bronx, New York is known for his appearance as a guest panelist on FOX Business Network program segment The Cost Of Freedom and business analysis program, Cashin' In. He is the author of a best-selling book, Blood on the Street: The Sensational Inside Story of How Wall Street Analysts Duped a Generation of Investors, released in 2005.

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In 2010, Marketwatch website named Charlie as one of "12 Broadcasters Who Are Making a Difference", and The Daily Beast regarded him as one of the "Top 15 Economic and Business Commentators."

Charlie Gasparino's Bio (Age); Education, Height

The veteran journalist was born on 28 January 1962 to an Italian-American family. His father was a construction worker and a bartender at the Silver Moon restaurant in Yorktown Heights, New York.

He grew up in Westchester County, New York along with a brother, who is an emergency room doctor.

Charlie, who stands at the height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.72 meters) graduated with a bachelor's degree from the Pace University at the age of 17 in 1985. He was an amateur boxer at the University of Missouri, from where he earned a Master's degree in Journalism.

Charlie Is Married To Virginia Juliano; Wife Talks On Twitter

Charlie currently shares the marital relationship with wife, Virginia Juliano. The details of their marriage and his wife are still inside the dark, but it is known that his wife was raised in New York City.

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He timely mentions about his wife on his Twitter but hasn't revealed the identity of his wife. 

For instance, Charlie tweeted back in October 2016 that his wife called him at 11 pm while in bed and thought he was a "wimp."

Besides this, there are other tweets as well where he has mentioned about his wife but has not forgotten to conceal his wife's identity.

His Multiple Professional Ventures; Reporter, Anchor, Author

In the early phase of his career, Charlie was a reporter for The Wall Street Journal. He then joined Newsweek as a writer, where he covered politics, Wall Street, and corporate America for the weekly magazine.

Later, he moved to CNBC to report extensively on Wall Street. He played a major role in CNBC's coverage during the financial crisis of 2008-2009, breaking a number of stories on the network.

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Charlie joined Fox Business Network in 2010, taking major roles in anchoring the news reports and commentary. He is also a regular contributor to The New York Post and Forbes, The Daily Beast,, and the Huffington Post.

It was the same year, Gasparino was named as one of the "12 Broadcasters Who Are Making a Difference". Adding more to his accolade was his addition to "Top 15 "Economic and Business Commentators" as told by Daily Beast.

Apart from journalism, Charlie is also a well-known author, who penned various books such as Blood on the Street: The Sensational Inside Story of How Wall Street Analysts Duped a Generation of Investors, King of the Club: Richard Grasso and the Survival of the New York Stock Exchange, and The Sellout: How Wall Street Greed and Government Mismanagement Destroyed America's Global Financial System.

His book, The Sellout became The New York Times bestseller and was named as one of the best business books of 2009, receiving the Investigative Reporters and Editors Award for Books in 2009.

After Leaving CNBC, Charlie Gasparino Took Dig At Them

Charlie Gasparino has always managed to stay in people's hearts because of his entertaining reporting style. He not only does it in an entertaining style but also uses it to aim at something he's obsessed with.

And while CNBC was interviewing the chairman of Morgan Stanley, John Mack who declared on air that he had been through a lot of crisis back in 2008.

Gasparino then made the most of it taking a dig at his former channel timing his report of Morgan Stanley's laying off 1,200 workers and closing up to 300 branches which were opposite to the interview that broadcasted on the CNBC. 

Notably being more combative towards his former network, he added,

"Just jam it down CNBC's throat every single day."

Gasparino, however, has always spoken highly of his former colleagues, Maria Bartiromo calling her "a good reporter, Erin Burnett calling him a class act and of Jim Cramer he just liked everything about him.

Charlie's Net Worth & Salary Adds On Richest Journalist List

When it comes to earning, Charlie has made big money for his long sting to the media. He bags an impressive salary from the Fox Business Network, which supplements his net worth.

As an average salary of Fox Network employee reaches $65K, he is likely to earn above the average salary considering his experience for nearly a decade.  Moreover, he has earned the remarkable revenue from his books, which has occupied the significant place in the market. 

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With that, Charlie is one of the few media personalities, who has yielded a massive net worth from the professional journey.

The 56 years old currently enjoys a lavish lifestyle along with the net worth of $5 million, which adds him on the richest journalist list so far.