There are only a few people who can turn their passion into a career but when they do, they become a class act. Donald W. Osborne is a man who is a familiar face in the automobile sector and works as a Freelance writer at The New York Times. Donald specializes in classic ride and is an expert in the vehicle market.
As his wiki suggests, it’s been more than 12 years that Donald W. Osborne is working as a Freelance Writer at The New York Times joining the daily newspaper back in 2006. His articles contribute all the feature stories on classic automobile and vehicle market to the Automobile section to the NYT Wheel’s blog.
The African American has also been part of some television programs like Jay Leno’s Garage that aired on the CNBC Network in early 2018. Apart from that, Donald also loves sharing a couple of pictures of his classic wheel on his social media handles.
Donald and his classic ride on April 6, 2018 (Photo: Facebook)
How Much Is His Net Worth?
The heavyweight of car businesses, Donald has a different source of gaining income that adds an enormous amount of wealth. From appearing to various TV shows to writing blogs, the car lover annual revenue must also be mouthwatering. Nevertheless, Donald has never shared any sufficient facts about his earnings which disguise his expected net worth. But with multiple projects at his helm, he undoubtedly enjoys millions of dollar of net worth.
Personal Life Beyond The Public Eye!
The Editor has been living his life under such scrutiny that nobody has ever gone close to any information relating to his personal life. Further, he utilizes his time in social media updating his fans about the classic cars and doesn't give any entry to his private space.
The humble who does humanitarian work is possibly single in the public eye but with the amount of secrecy maintained, he might have a wife behind the closed doors. He might have kept his status as a married man or single man safe with him but one thing is for sure that the love of his life is classic cars and dwells on his career than to focus on personal affairs.
The Native American grew up in the city of Manhattan. With a sheer passion for wheels, Donald was just 13 years old when his father bought the first family car. But the family had to choose between two classic cars, 1996 Peugeot 404 and the 1968 Pontiac Bonneville.
However, Donald had to settle for the Pontiac despite his least interest in the V8 engine. He hasn't mentioned the name of his parents yet but revealed that he is childhood abuse survivor and wants to preserve and support the precious soul of children through the charity. He recently launched a charity event in March to raise fund the Barbara Sinatra Children's Center.
The Afro-American hasn't revealed information about his age, but celebrates his birthday on 27 March every year and prefers doing charity work than having a birthday party. He completed his degree of Bachelors of Arts in Opera from Hartt College of Music and graduated in the yeat 1977.