Dan O’Brien is a playwright and former Olympian and gold medalist of the decathlon. Dan O’Brien net worth, income profile, assets, and salary details are provided.
American athlete specializing in the discipline of the decathlon. Known by the names of Wesley and Dion in the shelters where he spent the first two years of his life, in 1968 he received his definitive name, Daniel Dion O’Brien, taking the surname of the marriage O’Brien, that year had him adopted.
During his childhood and youth, which took place on a farm near Klamath Falls, he ran cross-trials and played baseball, basketball and American football with some success, thanks to his prodigious physical conditions. But it would be in the sports specialty of the decathlon, perhaps the most demanding form of athletics, where he would stand out to become one of the most laureate athletes of the 1990s.
Net Worth of Dan O’Brien
The net worth of Dan O’Brien in 2017 reached $15 Million and has grown at the rate of $2 Million per year since 2013.
The history of Dan O’Brien is spectacular. Gold Medalist at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, he won three consecutive World Indoor Athletics Championships in Tokyo (1991), Stuttgart (1993) and Göteborg (1995). In addition, on September 5, 1992, in the French town of Talence, broke the world record for decathlon, achieving a score of 8,891 points.
Net Worth: $15 Million (approximately)