A former prominent attorney and journalist, Vinnie Politan is best known to world as co-creator and host of the HLN’s show ‘After Dark’. He completed his high school graduation from the ‘West Orange High School’. Later he joined Stanford University from where he held his graduation degree majoring in communication. Politan started his career as a prosecutor in Bergen County. He was a son of well-known federal judge, Nicholas H. Politan. Before starting his journalism career, he served as prosecutor in private legal sector. He left to work as attorney after his final work in Grand Union. Politan decided to make his career journalism after he left his work as attorney. Initially, he co-anchored the show called ‘Bloom & Politan: Open Court’ where he coverd the major news like ‘the murder trial of Michael Skakel’, ‘the Zacarias Moussaoui trial’, ‘the Kobe Bryant rape case’ and ‘the Scott Peterson’. Then he joined the cable network ‘truTV’ where he served as co-anchor of the show calld ‘In Session’. His next working destination came at Sirius XM radios ‘Stars Too Station’.

Politan worked as reporter and anchor at Channel 10 News where he covered the news like ‘general news’, ‘moderating political debates’ and ‘legal stories’. In addition to this, he has also worked as producer and host of the weekly legal program ‘Bergen County Justice with Vinnie Politan’. In 2000, he became renowned face of television broadcasting world when he covered the news of ‘Democratic and Republican National Conventions’ as correspondent of the American multimedia corporation ‘Time Warner Inc.’. Currently, he is working as anchor of NBC”s show ’11 Alive’. Besides his journalism work, he is also known as a co-founder of ‘Metropolitan Recording Corporation’. He has not exposed his exact salary figure yet in the public. Likewise, his exact net worth figure has also not been exposed in the public but it is estimated he might have collected huge amount from his career.