Michael Winner Net Worth Total Income/Salary Monthly Yearly & Earning Per Day Week

Robert Michael Winner (30 October 1935 – 21 January 2013) was an English film director and producer, and a restaurant critic for The Sunday Times.

Michael Winner Net Worth Total Income/Salary Monthly Yearly & Earning Per Day Week

Michael Winner Net Worth Total Income/Salary

  • Date of Birth: October 30, 1935
  • Died: January 21, 2013, Kensington, United Kingdom
  • Spouse: Geraldine Lynton (m. 2011–2013)
  • Parents: Helen Winner, George Joseph Winner
  • Books: Winner’s Dinners: The Restaurant and Hotel Guide – Over 600 Places to Visit, Not to Visit, to Love, to Hate!, more

Michael Winner Net Worth Total Income/Salary Monthly Yearly & Earning Per Day Week :-

  • Net Worth :- $45 Million
  • Source of Wealth: Film
  • Birth Place: Hampstead, London
  • Marital Status: Married to Geraldine Lynton (until his death)
  • Full Name: Michael Robert Winner
  • Nationality: United Kingdom
  • Ethnicity:  Polish and Russian
  • Occupation:  Film Producer and Director

British film producer and director Michael Winner had an estimated net worth of $45 million. He also serves as a restaurant critic for The Sunday Times.Winner was an only child, born in Hampstead,London, England, to Helen and George Joseph Winner (1910–1975), a company director.His family was Jewish; his mother was Polish and his father of Russian extraction.Following his father’s death, Winner’s mother gambled recklessly and sold art and furniture worth around £10m at the time, bequeathed to her not only for her life but to Michael thereafter. She died aged 78 in 1984.He was educated at St Christopher School, Letchworth, and Downing College, Cambridge, where he read law and economics. He also edited the university’s student newspaper, Varsity. Winner had earlier written a newspaper column, ‘Michael Winner’s Showbiz Gossip,’ in the Kensington Post from the age of 14. The first issue of Showgirl Glamour Revue in 1955 has him writing another film and showbusiness gossip column, “Winner’s World”.Such jobs allowed him to meet and interview several leading film personalities, including James Stewart and Marlene Dietrich. He also wrote for the New Musical Express.

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