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Anne Sinclair Wiki/Biography
Born Anne-Élise Schwartz on the 15th July 1948 in New York City, USA, Anne Sinclair is a French-American journalist, probably best known to the world as the host of the political show “ 7/7” from 1984 until 1997, aired on TF1. Her career started in the early ‘80s.
Have you ever wondered how rich Anne Sinclair is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Sinclair’s net worth is as high as $200 million, an amount earned through her successful career in journalism including broadcasting.
Anne Sinclair Net Worth $200 Million
Anne was born in New York to Jewish parents, Joseph-Robert Schwartz, who changed his last name in 1949 to Sinclair, and Micheline Nanette Rosenberg, daughter of Paul Rosenberg, a famous art dealer. However, a few years after her birth, the whole family returned to France, and young Anne went to Cours Hattemer, which is a private school. After high school, she enrolled at the Paris Institute of Political studies, from which she obtained a degree in politics, and then studied law at the University of Paris.
Anne’s career began at Europe 1 radio, but she then joined TF1 and from 1984 to 1997 hosted “7/7”; the show would become one of the most popular political shows in the country, which certainly increased Anne’s net worth and popularity as well. During her stint on the show, Anne interviewed numerous notable political figures, including French presidents Nicolas Sarkozy and François Mitterrand, then USA president Bill Clinton, German politicians Helmut Kohl and Gerhard Schröder, and the UK’s Prince Charles as well, among many others. However, she wasn’t just centered on politics, as her guests included several celebrities, such as Madonna, Paul McCartney, Alain Delon, Simone Signoret and others. Thanks to the success of the show, Anne received three Sept d’Or, which is the French award similar to the Emmy Awards.
In 1997 she left 7/7 and TF1, as her then husband Dominique Strauss-Kahn assumed the French minister of finance position, and Anne wanted to avoid a conflict of interest. Instead, she started an internet subsidiary company of TF1, which operated for the next four years. She then returned to journalism, and in 2003 created a cultural radio program entitled “Libre Cours”, which translates to Free Rein, aired through France Inter. Five years later, Anne took a step further in her career, launching the blog “Two or Three Things from America”, commenting on political news from around the globe.
Anne is also a respected author, having released several books, including one about her grandfather, entitled “21 Rue La Boétie” in 2012. Having been the only heir to her grandfather’s art collection, much of which was lost in the ‘40s and because of their migration from France to USA, she fought in every way she could to recover all the lost paintings, and other arts, which included suing the US Court for the Western District of Washington, and ev eventually managed to recover most of the paintings.
Regarding her personal life, Anne has two children with her ex-husband Ivan Levai. She was also married to French politician Dominique Strauss-Kahn from 1991 until 2013.
Since the divorce from her second husband, Anne has been in a relationship with the French historian Pierre Nora.
|Full Name||Anne Sinclair|
|Net Worth||$200 Million|
|Date Of Birth||July 15, 1948|
|Place Of Birth||New York City, New York, United States|
|Profession||Dominique Strauss-Kahn's ex-wife|
|Spouse||Ex-spouses: Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Ivan Levaï|
|Parents||Joseph-Robert Schwartz, Micheline Nanette Rosenberg|
|Partner||Pierre Nora (2012–)|
|TV Shows||Vivement dimanche, Vivement dimanche prochain, Avant-premières|
|1||As the ex-wife of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, she is ostensibly the prototype for the character Simone in Welcome to New York (2014). On 18 May 2014 she published an editorial in the French edition of The Huffington Post denouncing the film and claiming that the references to her father and grandfather were defamatory and anti-Semitic.|
|2||Has her look-alike puppet in the French show Les guignols de l'info (1988).|
|3||Famous French journalist.|
|7 sur 7||1981||TV Series producer|
|L'homme en question||1976||TV Series producer|
|Lignes de mire||1998||TV Series||Herself|
|7 sur 7||1984-1997||TV Series||Herself - Host|
|Le divan||1987||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|L'homme en question||1976||TV Series||Herself / Présentatrice|
|C à vous||2014-2016||TV Series||Herself|
|CBS News Sunday Morning||2015||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Signé Mireille Dumas||2014||TV Series||Herself|
|Le grand journal de Canal+||2004-2013||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Le petit journal||2012||TV Series||Herself|
|Vivement dimanche prochain||2007-2012||TV Series||Herself - Main guest / Herself|
|La grande librairie||2012||TV Series||Herself|
|Vivement dimanche||2003-2007||TV Series||Herself - Main Guest / Herself|
|Graffiti 60||2006||TV Mini-Series documentary||Herself|
|On ne peut pas plaire à tout le monde||2002-2006||TV Series||Herself|
|+ Clair||2004||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|En aparté||2001-2003||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Ombre et lumière||2002||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Y a un début à tout||2002||TV Series||Herself|
|Le vrai journal||2002||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Comme un coup de tonnerre||2002||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|La nuit des 7 d'or||1999||TV Mini-Series||Herself|
|Pas vu, pas pris||1998||Documentary||Herself|
|Mes Chers Contemporain||2016||TV Series||Herself|
|Dans la peau de Jacques Chirac||2006||Documentary||Herself|
|Les 40 ans de la 2||2004||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|1990||7 d'Or||7 d'Or Night||Best Host (Meilleur animateur)||For her debates. Tied with Patrick Sébastien|
|1988||7 d'Or||7 d'Or Night||Best Host (Meilleur animateur)||For her debates. Tied with Antoine de Caunes|
|1986||7 d'Or||7 d'Or Night||Best Journalist or Reporter (Meilleur journaliste ou reporter)|