Amy Goodman Bio, Young, Married, Husband, Divorce, Salary and Net Worth

By Staff Writer | On: 12 Aug, 2016
Amy Goodman Bio, Young, Married, Husband, Divorce, Salary and Net Worth

Quick Information

Date of Birth April 13, 1957
Age 63 Years 2 Month(s)
Citizenship American
Profession Journalist
Marital Status Married
Husband/Spouse Denis Moynihan
Divorced Not Yet
Gay/Lesbian No
Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Ethnicity Mixed
Social Media Facebook
Children/Kids N/A
Height N/A
Education Radcliffe College
Parents George Goodman (Father), Dorothy Goodman (Mother)
Siblings David Goodman (Brother)

American broadcast journalist who is also known as syndicated columnist, investigative reporter and author as well, who is best known for her the political news-based show 'Democracy Now!', she is none other than Amy Goodman. Although the veteran journalist Goodman faced the arrest and detention while reporting on an anti-war protest outside the RNC, she never murdered her willingness to serve the country through her media skills. 

With her strong behold of serving the country, she carved herself as one of the best reporters/journalists and finally received the Sigma Delta Chi Award in 2016.

How Does Amy Accumulate Her Net Worth? 

Amy's career as a journalist is the primary source of her millions of net worth. The talented American journalist enjoys a considerable amount of fortune which is estimated to be $3 million. 

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Besides that, she is also an executive producer of an independent global news program which broadcast daily on radio, television and the Internet, Democracy Now. As per PayScale, the base salary of the executive producer is $91,959 per year. She has been serving as an executive producer since 1996, and during her long-term career as a producer, she has successfully smashed the colossal amount of fortunes.

She also garners a lot of income as a journalist. PayScale has fixed the average salary of the broadcast journalist which is $38,923 per year. Thus, she adds her residual wealth from her career as a broadcast journalist. 

The American veteran journalist Amy began a career as an investigative journalist, while the lady reported on East Timor independent movement of the early 1990s, but Indonesian soldiers badly beat them after witnessing a mass killing of Timorese demonstrators in Santa Cruz. As an author, the lady narrated a film called "Bright Shining Moment" in 2006 of George McGovern. The lady portions the 'Robert F. Kennedy' prize for international Reporting with fellow journalist Allan Nairn in 1993.

In 2016 Democracy Now! received the Sigma Delta Chi Award for their work “Standoff at Standing Rock: Epic Native resistance to Dakota Access Pipeline" as excellence in journalism from the Society of Professional Journalists.

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Low Key Married Life!

The speculations of Amy's love life flaunted all over the media back in a few years. She was rumored as a married woman who had her relationship with an American Author, Denis Moynihan along with the talks of their children and divroce as well. But as reported, the duo was in a friendly relationship and they did not relish the taste of married life together.

Amy Goodman with her friend, Denis Moynihan (Photo:

And yet, Amy Goodman is an unmarried woman, but she lives together with their family and friends. Besides that, she has not revealed any information about her personal life, but we can assume that she is devoted to her professional career from her young age rather than her love life. 

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Short Bio

Born in 1957, in Bay Shore, New York, the United States, Amy Goodman celebrates her birthday on 13th of April every year. The 61 years old American journalist stands the height of 1.87 meters (6 feet and 2 inches tall). Amy attended Harvard University and graduated with a degree in Anthropology in 1984. 

Here we present her best quotes "The media is absolutely essential to the operating of a democracy. It's not our duty or work to cozy up to power. We're assumed to be the check and balance on government".