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Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 10 April 1976
Born day 10 April
Birthplace Butte, Montana, US
Nationality US

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In 2017, O’Neill published The Operator, in which he describes his deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan, life as a Navy SEAL, and the death of Osama bin Laden.

In August 2017, O’Neill, then 41, married Jessica Halpin in a Catholic ceremony held on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.


In April 2016, O’Neill was charged with DUI after police found him unconscious behind the wheel of a car at a gas station in Butte, Montana. He failed a field sobriety test and refused to undergo a breathalyzer test; he denied being intoxicated, saying that his falling asleep was the result of his taking a prescription sleep aid. The Butte-Silver Bow County Attorney’s office opted to downgrade charges from driving under the influence to endangerment and defer prosecution for 12 months, agreeing to drop the charges completely so long as O’Neill sought treatment for unspecified medical reasons.


He was honorably discharged, but his early departure cost him a government pension and he had some tough financial times while transitioning into civilian life. He is now a public speaker employed by Leading Authorities, a speakers bureau, and has been criticized for trying to cash in. O’Neill was hired as a contributor for Fox News Channel in 2015 to lend “his military expertise across the cable channel’s daytime and primetime programs.”


O’Neill had been identified as the man who killed bin Laden in anticipation of a Fox News special called The Man Who Killed Osama bin Laden, which was expected to reveal his identity and details of the mission Operation Neptune Spear. He had previously been interviewed anonymously in an Esquire magazine article in February 2013.


As a member of the U.S. Navy SEALs, O’Neill was reportedly involved in more than 400 missions, including the mission to save Captain Richard Phillips during the Maersk Alabama hijacking, and Operation Red Wings in which O’Neill helped save Marcus Luttrell. In 2012, having served 16 years, O’Neill left the U.S. Navy, feeling that the choice was best for his family.

In 2012, Matt Bissonnette, using the pseudonym “Mark Owen”, wrote a book called No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission that Killed Osama bin Laden documenting his participation in the raid. In his book, he does not identify the man who fired the fatal shots at Bin Laden, referring to him as simply the “Point Man”. Bissonnette himself admits to firing his weapon at bin Laden after the fatal shots were fired by the “Point Man” when bin Laden was already “in his death throes.” He has, however, refused to respond directly to O’Neill’s claims, adding that he believed the team effort was more important than one person pulling the trigger. The US Department of Justice launched a criminal investigation into whether Bissonnette leaked classified material.


O’Neill graduated from Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) Training class 208. O’Neill served with SEAL Team Two from 1997 to 2001 and SEAL Team Four from 2001 to 2004. In March 2004, O’Neill joined the elite Naval Special Warfare Development Group and completed numerous deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq over the next eight years.


Robert James O’Neill (born April 10, 1976) is a former US Navy sailor. A former U.S. Navy SEAL and special warfare operator, O’Neill fired the shot(s) that killed Osama bin Laden during the raid on his Abbottabad compound on May 1, 2011.

O’Neill grew up April 10, 1976 in Butte, Montana, where he was raised. In his youth, his father, Tom, took him hunting and taught him sharpshooting. In 1995, at age 19, a year after graduating from Butte Central High School, O’Neill enlisted in the Navy.