How rich is Neil Gaiman?


How rich is Neil R. Gaiman?

Neil R. Gaiman Net Worth:
$18 Million

Neil R. Gaiman Net Worth:

Neil Gaiman Net Worth $18 Million

Produced in Hampshire, UK, writer Neil Gaiman now proudly lives near Minneapolis. His family moved around several times, finally ending up in West Sussex, where his parents studied in a neighborhood Scientology center. His Jewish tradition and his family’s interest in Scientology caused a little confusion when it comes to his religion growing up, though he’s said openly that he’s not a Scientologist. Neil spent the bulk of his time growing up in libraries. He’d convince his parents to drop him off in the library while they worked. He did especially well in school — something he credits to the pleasure he got from reading the textbooks.

His most famous works range from the graphic novel series The Sandman as well as a mini series called The Books of Magic. He is written a collection of stories for kids and adolescents along with many novels for adults. American Gods (printed in 2001) and The Graveyard Book (printed in 2008) are both being contemplated for movie and television versions. The very first novel he composed was a biography of Duran Duran. He coauthored several others, a few of which weren’t well written in any way.

Neil Gaiman has three kids with his first wife, Mary McGrath. He’s now married to Amanda Palmer. Neil won his court fight — something that probably led to his estimated $18 million net worth. For a person who loves novels and was affected so much by reading in his youth, $18 million could go an awful long way in constructing an amazing library. While a Facebook-image-worthy library in the house will be beautiful, Neil could also give back to the city by giving into a beautiful public library or two — particularly by appealing to the current youth with the amazing assortment of comic books and graphic novels!

Birth date: November 10, 1960
Birth place: Portchester, Hampshire, England
Height:5' 10" (1.78 m)
Profession: Writer, Producer, Actor
Education: Whitgift School, Ardingly College
Nationality: British
Spouse: Mary McGrath, Amanda Palmer
Children: Holly Gaiman, Maddy Gaiman, Michael Gaiman
Parents: Sheila Gaiman, David Gaiman
Siblings: Lizzy Calcioli, Claire Edwards
Awards: John Newbery Medal, Hugo Award for Best Novel, Carnegie Medal, Hugo Award for Best Short Story, Hugo Award for Best Novella, Hugo Award for Best Graphic Story, Nebula Award for Best Novel, Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form, Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form, Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel, Nebula Award for Best Novella, Goodreads Choice Awards Best Fantasy, August Derleth Award, World Fantasy Award—Short Fiction, Locus Award for Best Short Story, Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Adult Literature, Shorty Award for Best Author, Bram Stoker Award for Novel, Quill Award for Graphic novel, Eisner Award for Best Writer, Locus Award for Best Collection, Goodreads Choice Awards Best Picture Books, Cybils Awards for Fantasy & Science Fiction -- Middle Grade, Locus Award for Best Young-Adult Book, SFX Award for Best Novel, Audie Audiobook of the Year, Goodreads Choice Awards Best Graphic Novels & Comics, Audie Award for Children's Titles Ages 8-12, SFX Award for Best Graphic Novel, Gran Guinigi for Best Writer, Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire for foreign short fiction
Nominations: Hugo Award for Best Related Work, Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, World Fantasy Award—Novel, Nebula Award for Best Script, Edgar Award for Best Short Story, Dorothy Canfield Fisher Children's Book Award, Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Children's Literature, World Fantasy Award—Long Fiction, Locus Award for Best Art Book, Locus Award for Best Non-Fiction, Goodreads Choice Awards Best Middle Grade & Children's, Goodreads Choice Awards Best Nonfiction, Shorty Award for Literature
Movies: A Short Film About John Bolton, MirrorMask, Stardust, Beowulf, Dreams with Sharp Teeth, Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown, Coraline, Jay & Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie, How to Talk to Girls at Parties, Will Eisner: Portrait of a Sequential Artist, Statuesque, Nicholas Was, Death and Me
TV shows: American Gods, Neverwhere, HypaSpace

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