Published On: Sun, Oct 15th, 2017

Stephen King Net Worth; How Much Is Stephen King Net Worth?

Stephen King Net worth in 2018: $400 Million

Stephen King is an American writer, actor, producer, director, medial personality, Screenwriter and novelist; he is well known for his horror, supernatural fiction books and now according to different estimates his total net worth is $400 million.

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The American one of the best authors Stephen Edwin King was born on September 21, 1947 in Portland, Maine to Donald Edwin King and Nellie Ruth while his father a merchant seaman.

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he faced a lot of problems in childhood age as when he was only two years old, his father had left the home, with older brother he remained with his mother and the family was in a serious financial strain.

He has started his professional career from a very early ages, till now he has released several books which are the cause of his popularity all over the world.

There are one of his best books that later turned into movies or in short films like “Carrie”, “It”, “Stand by Me”, “The Shawshank Redemption”, “Misery” and “The Shining”.

According to reports, he was once mentally ill because he saw his best friend’s death, it is said by his family that when he came back after the accident he was completely silent.

Many of days he didn’t speak a single word even which was thought to be psychological disorder while now he is among the most popular authors list in world.

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In his whole career, he has written 59 novels while he has sold over 350 million copies of his novels, King has received several awards.

While some of the most important awards are; American Library Association, Balrog Awards, Nebula Awards, University of Maine, British Fantasy Awards, Hugo Award, New York Public Library, Colorado Blue Spruce Young Adult Book Award and many of others.

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