Secrets of 43 years long married life of TV writer Charles Osgood explained here

News by Clarence Published on 06 Nov,2016 Updated on 06 Nov,2016

Charles Osgood, an American Radio and Television's anchor, commentator, and writer. He is former news presenter of CBS News Sunday Morning. He is well famous for providing the voice for an animated movie 'Horton Hears a Who!', released on 2008. He is one of the greatest journalists of CBS. Being a CBS's star performer, he is always been a hot topic for media because of his net worth, career, and much more. Let's find more about his personal and professional life .

Charles Osgood's Married Life

Charles is a married man, he is married to Jean Crafton. Charles and Crafton are sharing their happiest journey since 43 years. He does not have a long dating history, always focussed on his work. Charles and his wife have 5 children, all of their children are working well in their respective fields.

Charles with his wife Jane and son Winston

 Charles and her wife are very happy being the spouse of each other. He never confessed his complication with a wife. There is no chance of divorce, he manages his personal and professional life smoothly. Last month he decided to retire from professional life, currently, he is enjoying with his family. His house is located in New York City, New York U.S., where he lives with his wife and children.

Charles Osgood's Net worth

As told earlier, Charles is one of the best employees of CBS Network. He used to receive a high amount of salary from CBS during his tenure. From the source very close to him, his estimated net worth is more than $5 million. He able to earn this amount of money from his exceptional career and royalties of his books. In young age he was a luxurious person, spend a lot of money for buying expensive clothes and accessories. His net worth is more than this if he did not spend a lot of money at a young age. 

Charles Osgood's Professional Career

Charles has contributed almost six decades in the media field. He began his career working at School's radio station in 1954.  In 1955, he became the announcer for the tour of US Army Band and spent three years. Then after, he joined ABC news, he served as a reporter for ABC Radio and TV for four years. 

Charles Osgood in a happy mood in one event

In 1967, CBS hired him as a news reporter for Radio 880. In 1971 he moved to the CBS TV and served as a co-host for CBS morning news and reported as CBS Evening news with Dan Rather. He got the opportunity to  host the Sunday Morning show in 1994, from this show he earned three Emmy and one Peabody Award. CBS praised him for his work, he has played the vital role in growing CBS network.

On August 28, 2016, he resigned from the Sunday Morning show and ended his Television life. Currently, he hosts 'The Osgood File', it's a three-minute show which airs every weekday morning on over 400 radio channel nationwide, which covers the breaking news and human interest since 1971. 

Charles is not only a media personnel but also an author. He has released seven books till now, including 'The Osgood File' (1991), 'See You On The Radio and, Defending Baltimore Against Enemy Attack (2004). His books mainly cover the history of World War II, American Politics and his experiences in the media industry. On 2008, he voiced the animated movie  'Horton Hears a Who!'.

Charles is near to the mid-eighties still looks fit and healthy. He has a sweet voice and good speaking skills which turned him to be a star of CBS Radio. This journalist is not active in the social media, such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. I am pretty much sure, his net worth will rise soon.