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James Patterson Net Worth, Wiki & Biography in 2017
James Patterson is a popular writer, who is mostly known for such book series as “Alex Cross”, “Maximum Ride” and “Women’s Murder Club”. James’ books are popular worldwide and a lot of copies have been sold of them in many languages. During his career James has received many awards. Some of them are: Children’s Choice Book Award, Edgar Award, the International Thriller of the Year award and others. So how rich is James Patterson? It has been estimated that James’ net worth is about $350 million. This huge sum of money of course came from the popularity of his books. It is further estimated that James earns around $90 million per year and this number might grow in the future.
James Patterson Net Worth $350 Million
James Brendan Patterson, better known as James Petterson, was born in 1947 in New York. James studied at Manhattan College, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English, and later a master’s degree at Vanderbilt University. After finishing at Vanderbilt Univeristy Patterson started to work in the advertising business, but later left this job and focused on writing. In 1976 James published his first novel entitled “The Thomas Berryman Number”. Later he started publishing the books which are now known as the Alex Cross series. These books became very popular all around the world. What is more, they are considered to be among the most successful detective series in the US, and these of course had a huge effect on James Patterson’s net worth. Another fact that should be mentioned is that his books have sold more than the books of Dan Brown, Stephen King and John Grisham. During his career James has worked with Andrew Gross, Ashwin Sanghi, Maxine Paetro and others.
In addition to this, James was the founder of the “James Patterson Page Turner Awards”. He was also a part of “The Simpsons” episode, called “Yokel Chords”. There is also the James Patterson Teacher Education Scholarship set up by him. We can see that James’ net worth is not wasted, but instead used for good purposes. Another thing that makes James Patterson’s net worth grow are the film and TV adaptations of his novels, including movies and television shows: “Kiss the Girls”, “Child of Darkness, Child of Light”, “Alex Cross”, “Women’s Murder Club” and others.
James is married to Susan Patterson and they have a son, Jack Patterson.
All in all, it can be said that James Patterson is one of the most successful writers of this time. His books have affected many people and inspired different projects. There is no surprise that Patterson’s net worth is that high as almost every one of his books has become successful and gained praise from the critics. Undoubtedly, James will create more interesting stories in the future, which at first will become books and later movies or television shows. As said before, there is a high chance that James Patterson’s net worth will also grow. Let’s hope that this will happen soon and that we will be able to read more of James’ books.
James Patterson information
James Patterson information
|Birth date:||March 22, 1947|
|Birth place:||Newburgh, New York, United States|
|Profession:||Novelist, Author, Film Producer, Television producer|
|Education:||Manhattan College, Vanderbilt University|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Susan Patterson (m. 1997)|
|Awards:||Edgar Award for Best First Novel by an American Author, Edgar Award for Best First Mystery, Children’s Choice Book Award, International Thriller of the Year award, Guinness World Record (First person to sell 1 million e-books), Literarian Award from the National Book Foundation (2015)|
|Movies:||"Alex Cross", "Kiss the Girls", "Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life" (2016)|
|TV shows:||“Child of Darkness, Child of Light”, “Women’s Murder Club”, "Zoo" (2012), "James Patterson's Sundays at Tiffany's" (2010), "1st to Die" (2003)|
|Books:||“Alex Cross”, “Maximum Ride”, “Women’s Murder Club”, “The Thomas Berryman Number” (1976),|
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|Silent Night, Bloody Night||1972||Jeffrey Butler|
|A Fable||1971||The Husband|
|The Chicago Conspiracy Trial||1970||TV Movie||William Kunstler|
|Mission: Impossible||1969||TV Series||Victor Laszlo / Johnny Costa|
|Bonanza||1968||TV Series||Charles Ball|
|Hawaii Five-O||1968||TV Series||Dave Barca|
|The Winter's Tale||1967||TV Movie||Polixenes|
|In the Heat of the Night||1967||Mr. Purdy|
|Flipper||1967||TV Series||Scott Emson|
|The Felony Squad||1966||TV Series||Peter Holland|
|The Big Valley||1965||TV Series||Jamie Drumm|
|Slattery's People||1965||TV Series||Adam Marsten|
|The Defenders||1962-1964||TV Series||Minister / Don Franks / Barney LeMay|
|East Side/West Side||1964||TV Series||Fred Cameron|
|Naked City||1962-1963||TV Series||Phil North / Carver|
|Stoney Burke||1963||TV Series||Mark Wheeler|
|The DuPont Show of the Week||1963||TV Series||Bob Crane|
|Alcoa Premiere||1962||TV Series||Barnaby Evans|
|Route 66||1961||TV Series||Paul Guin|
|Look Up and Live||1961||TV Series||Oreste|
|'Way Out||1961||TV Series||Nightime Harry|
|Play of the Week||1960-1961||TV Series||Lexy / Ragnar Brovik|
|The DuPont Show of the Month||1959-1961||TV Series|
|The Witness||1960||TV Series|
|Buick-Electra Playhouse||1960||TV Series|
|The 22nd Annual Tony Awards||1968||TV Special||Himself|
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