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R. L. Stine Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Robert Lawrence Stine was born on 8 October 1943, in Columbus, Ohio, USA. He is a popular writer and television producer, also known under the names Eric Affabee, Jovial Bob Stine and R. L. Stine, who rose to the prominence as a screenwriter for his work on the children’s television series “Eureeka’s Castle” (1989 – 1995).
R. L. Stine Net Worth $200 Million
This author has written a huge number of horror novels, humorous stories and other books.
So just how rich is RL Stine? Sources have estimated that the current net worth of Robert Lawrence Stine is as much as $200 million. In 1997, L. R. Stine was included in the list of 40 best-paid Entertainers by Forbes when he is reported to have earned $41 million that year. Further, from his book sales from 2000 to 2009, Stine earned $21,920,000, so he is clearly one of the best-selling author’s in the USA. It is expected that his net worth will be rising in the future as he creates more and more bestsellers.
His outstanding success story begins when Robert was nine years old, and he accidentally found a typewriter in the attic and began writing joke books and stories. In 1965 he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English from Ohio State University. Stine then moved to New York City, and under the name of Jovial Bob Stine, he wrote a number of humorous books which were intended for young readers. What is more, Stine launched the humorous magazine for teenagers entitled “Bananas” (1975 – 1984) in which he wrote stories as well as worked as the editor of the magazine. With the help of Howard Cruse, Bill Basso, Bryan Hendrix, Bob K. Taylor, Samuel B. Whitehead, Jane Samuels, Suzanne Lord and Robert Leighton, they made the magazine very popular among teenagers. Both his books and the magazine contributed significant amounts to R.L. Stines net worth.
From 1986, the author began publishing his horror novels, and the first one was entitled “Blind Date”. Due to the success of the book, he continued with horror stories such as “The Girlfriend”, “Hit and Run”, “Beach House”, “The Babysitter” and including the series of “The Nightmare Room”, “Mostly Ghostly”, “Rotten School”, “Goosebumps”, “Fear Street”, plus other horror books.
Although, he was a successful writer, R.L. Stine wanted more, wanted to try new spheres of work and became the head writer as well as one of the creator’s of the television program “Eureeka’s Castle” (1989 – 1995) which was broadcast on Nickelodeon Network children’s television. The program won an Ace Award as the best children’s program in 1990. In 1989, the famous author presented humorous science fiction books “Losers in Space”, “Bozos on Patrol” and “Jerks in Training” which belonged to the series of “Space Cadets”. Later, Stine targeted the adults with the novels like “Red Rain”, “Eye Candy”, “The Sitter” and others. Of course, all these projects added large amounts to R.L. Strine’s net worth.
In his personal life, in 1969 R.L. Stine married Jane Wadhorn, who was the co-founder, writer and editor of Parachute Press, the private publishing company. In 1980, she gave birth to their only child, a boy named Matthew.