Al Sharpton's
Al Sharpton’s
Celebrated Name: Al Sharpton
Real Name/Full Name: Alfred Charles Sharpton, Jr.
Gender: Male
Age: 69 years old
Birth Date: 3 October 1954
Birth Place: Brownsville, New York, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.78 m
Weight: 60 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Divorced
Wife/Spouse (Name): Kathy Jordan (m. 1980–2004)
Children: Yes (Dominique Sharpton, Ashley Sharpton)
Profession: American civil rights activist, Baptist minister, talk show host and politician
Net Worth in 2024: $1 Million
Last Updated: July 2024

Alfred Charles Sharpton Jr. is an American famous as a civil rights activist, Baptist minister, television/radio talk show host, and a former White House adviser. Alfred hosts his radio talk show, “Keepin’ It Real,” and his regular appearance as a guest on Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC.

Maybe you know about Al Sharpton very well But do you know how old and tall is he, and what is his net worth in 2024? If you do not know, We have prepared this article about details of Al Sharpton’s short biography-wiki, career, professional life, personal life, today’s net worth, age, height, weight, and more facts. Well, if you’re ready, let’s start.

Early Life

Al was born on October 3, 1954, in Brownsville, Brooklyn, New York City to Ada (née Richards) and Alfred Charles Sharpton Sr. When Al was 4-years old, he preached his first sermon on his tour with gospel singer, Mahalia Jackson.

In 1963, Al’s father left Ada to have a relationship with his half-sister. Ada worked as a maid but, had to depend on welfare and move from middle-class Hollis, Queens to public housing in Brownsville of Brooklyn. Al graduated from Samuel J. Tilden High School in Brooklyn and studied at Brooklyn College for two years until 1975. Al married Kathy Jordan, and they have two children named Dominique and Ashley.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 3 October 1954, Al Sharpton is 69 years old as of today’s date 18th July 2024. His height is 1.78 m tall, and his weight is 60 kg.


Jesse Jackson appointed Al to serve as a young director of Operation Breadbasket in New York City (1969). Al founded the National Youth Movement and raised resources for youth (1971). He was the youth director for the presidential campaign of African-American Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm (1972). Al served as James Brown’s tour manager (1973-1980).

Al protested against racial, religious discrimination and became known nationally. On December 20, 1986, in Howard Beach of Queens, some white men attacked three African-American men who were chased onto the Belt Parkway. There, Michael Griffith was killed by a passing motorist.

Later, on December 27, Al led 1,200 demonstrators on a march on the streets throughout Howard Beach. Al’s role made him famous. He led protests after the death of Amadou Diallo, an immigrant from Guinea, who was shot to death by NYPD officers (1999) but was acquitted. Al argued that Diallo’s death was due to police brutality and racial profiling. Amadou Diallo’s family was awarded $3 million.

In December 1998, police shot Tyisha Miller, a 19-year-old African-American woman, in central Riverside, California. Tyisha was found unconscious in a locked car with a flat tire and engine running. Her car was parked at a local gas station. Her relatives called 911 when the Riverside Police Department officers responded and discovered a gun on her lap.

Tyshia was shaking and foaming at the mouth. Officers broke into the car. One reached for the weapon, but she awoke and clutched the weapon leading the officers to shoot 23 times to kill her. The officers were all acquitted. Alled, a group to protest around the busy SR 91 and was arrested.

On November 25, 2006, Sean Bell was shot and killed by plainclothes detectives in the Jamaica neighborhood of Queens, New York. Three of five detectives faced manslaughter charges but, was found not guilty. Al and others protested peacefully on May 7, 2008, around significant river crossings in New York City at Brooklyn Bridge, Queens-borough Bridge, Tri-borough Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, Holland Tunnel, and Queens–Midtown Tunnel. Aland 200 protestors were arrested.

Al was jailed for 90 days after trespassing in the U.S. military in Puerto Rico (2001). He was held there for two days before he was moved to Metropolitan Detention Centre, Brooklyn (May 25, 2001). Eventually, Al was transferred to the Federal Bureau of Prisons until August 17, 2001.

On August 28, 2017, the 44thanniversary March on Washington, where Martin Luther King Jr. announced: “I Have a Dream.” Al organized the Ministers March for Justice, where he promised several clergy members in Washington, D.C. Thousands of religious leaders showed up, including Christians, Jews, Muslims, and Sikhs.

Net Worth & Salary of Al Sharpton in 2024

Al Sharpton Net Worth
Al Sharpton Net Worth

Al Sharpton has been estimated net worth of around $1 Million as of July 2024.

Alfred Charles Sharpton Jr., aged 63, is the famous American who has worked as a Baptist minister, civil rights, social justice activist, Radio, and television talk show host from 1969 to present.


    • Adjust your thinking I would say you you're either fiscally conservative to support trump or you are just plain racist. but trump burned through money like it was water for he and his cronies

      Al Sharpton was not president of the united states. Al sharpton did not lie time after time to the people of this country. Al Sharpton Speaks a higher truth. He talks about things that better sociiety and empower people to pull themselves up and make a difference in this world. The other empowers only those he likes. Lies to everyone probably even himself. Does a swell job of spending other people’s money. Evidenced by the multiple corporate bankruptcies and the companies he didn;t pay for their services that went out of business. Particularly those that went out of business building Trump’s taj in Atlantic city, his gaudy monument to several of the deadly sins.

      This reminds me of a proverb. Speak Only when needed. whe it is true, and it is accurate. Truth is like water one drop can put out a fire before it’s started.

  1. I like Al Sharpton. His eulogy for George Floyd was brilliant. I was touched emotionally by his eloquence. Reminded me of MLK.

  2. I used to think Al Sharpton HATED white people but I discovered that, like MLK, he judges folks by the content of their character, not the color of their skin. This makes him a great worker helping others to rise above racism to join in the American dream.


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