We all know that Rush Limbaugh had a net worth of $600 million. He was among the most compensated American radio personalities and he spent more than five decades in TV/radio show hosting, which earned him expertise unmatched by any other presenter today.
The news comes as no surprise after many years of working on his own successful program called “Limbaugh”. It began back when this man still lived at home with a momma dog named Snowball II!
Limbaugh Wiki: Death Reason
After being diagnosed with lung cancer, Rush Limbaugh died on 17 February 2012. His wife Kathryn Adams confirmed the news of his passing via Twitter and said that he would be remembered as “the most important voice in all of America” during an interview about their life together at some point this week (awaiting mention).
His Salary Before Death; Real Estate And House
When Canadian rock legend RUSH died in 2017, he had an average salary of about $85 Million. In January 2020 Premiere Radio Networks renewed its contract making the singer’s yearly income to be around 70 million per annum – a whopping amount for any person!
When Limbaugh became one of the highest-paid radio personalities at his peak year, he had already made more than 15 million weekly listeners. With this WHOOPING revenue and a penthouse condo on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan worth over $1M (that’s just for starters!), you can understand why there are some who think he is Indiscreetly Wealthy…or maybe even Rich?
His TV Show; YouTube Career
When Rush’s TV Show, ‘The Limbaugh Program’ made him famous. The show was nationally syndicated for the first time in August 1988 and later created hype with FM radio stations throughout America until it became an internet phenomenon through YouTube videos that have gone on to rack up more than 60 million views!
Married History; Wife Stay With Him Till Last Breath
When asked how she knew her husband was in pain, the fourth Mrs Rush said that he never touched alcohol or drugs and they were always happy together up until his last breath.
I’m sorry for your loss–he sounds like a great guy!