Trevor McDonald is undeniably a very famous face when it comes to the television screen. The British-Trinidadian journalist had a prolific career in the British media. Tonight he will appear on The Jonathan Ross Show on ITV.
He started as a general reporter before becoming a sports correspondent.
McDonald then turned his hand to international politics.
The journalist briefly worked for Channel 4 News in the 1980s, but returned to ITV in 1989 to present the early evening news.
He achieved fame after becoming the host of News at Ten until he was withdrawn.
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McDonald then introduced ITV Evening News before returning later to the relaunched News at Ten.
From 1999 to 2007, the network hosted ITV Tonight's premier current affairs program with Trevor McDonald.
The show was revived in 2010 with host Julie Etchingham.
Sir Trevor was knighted in 1999 for his services to journalism.
So how much money did Trevor McDonald's brilliant and successful media career bring you?
McDonald's net worth is, in fact, unknown and remains a secret to the public.
However, some indication of your wealth can be gained from ITV's £ 600,000 a year salary before your retirement.
Two weeks ago, Trevor McDonald mingled with the queen when Her Majesty organized an event for The Queen's Trust charity at Buckingham Palace.
The queen, who looked elegant in a light blue floral dress, looked delighted to shake hands with McDonald – who is the administrator of the charity.
Britain's oldest monarch appeared in a good mood and watched with great interest as The Queen's Trust president Sir Alan Reid spoke with McDonald.
The Queen's Trust is an organization created to support the work of young people in order to make a difference in the world.
The special event at the palace celebrated the excellent work of the charity's staff and administrators.