R. L. Stine Net Worth

How much is R. L. Stine Worth?

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R. L. Stine Net Worth:
$200 Million

R.L. Stine Net Worth: R.L. Stine is an American author and producer who has a net worth of $200 million. Born in 1943 in Columbus, Ohio, as Robert Lawrence Stine, R.L. Stine is best known for penning wildly popular children's books with horror themes. Stine started writing before his tenth birthday and earned his English degree from Ohio State University, where he worked on the school's humor magazine. After graduation, Stine moved to New York City and started writing comedy books for kids as Jovial Bob Stine. During the mid-'80s, he crafted his first horror novel, "Blind Date", and followed that up with many others. He started working for Nickelodeon's "Eureeka's Castle" as a writer before creating the "Fear Street" series. Stine wrote his first "Goosebumps" book in the early '90s. His books have sold more than 400 million copies around the world. He has won several writing awards, including the Thriller Writers of American Silver Bullet Award. He landed on a "People Weekly" list of the most intriguing people and even set the Guinness world record for becoming the best-selling children's book series author in history in 2003. Stine has been married to his wife, Jane Waldhorn, since 1969. She also works as a writer and editor, and is affiliated with Parachute Press. They have one child together.

R. L. Stine Net Worth

R. L. Stine

Net Worth:$200 Million
Date of Birth:Oct 8, 1943 (77 years old)
Profession:Writer, Novelist, Screenwriter, Television producer, Film Editor, Actor
Nationality:United States of America
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