Joanne Rowling

Joanne Rowling Net Worth is $1 Billion



$1 billion



$1 billion


Joanne Rowling net worth

Nickname: Jo Rowling, Robert Galbraith, J. K. Rowling

Date of birth: the 31st of July, 1965

Profession: author

Nationality: England

Source of wealth: books

There are not so many self-made billionaires in the world. But there are even less billionaires with a female face.  Joanne Rowling, a woman with a net worth of $1 billion, is a unique personality, who managed to become rich and popular, having a baby girl on her hands. But let’s start from the very beginning.

Joanne was born in a family of an engineer and a science technician. The future star Joanne grew up together with a younger sister Diane. It was her sister, who listened to Joanne’s first fantastic stories.

Rowling used to tell that her early years were not happy because of her mother’s disease – multiple sclerosis. Joanne found inspiration in her studying (she was educated at Wyedean Comprehensive School) and in her writing. Her teachers remember her as a good pupil, but “not exceptional”.

Joanne Rowling was crazy from writing and released her two novels, still being Exeter University student. But her novels were not successful.

The legend says, that Joanne invented her famous hero, Harry Potter, when she was going by train with her small daughter and tried to entertain her.

Now Joanne Rowling is an author of super successful Harry Potter franchise. She managed to become one of the wealthiest people on the planet, being just an author and a single mother– it is an incredible thing in the modern world.

Joanne Rowling was in Forbes list of female billionaires, but she lost her position as she spent a solid amount for charity.

Her Harry Potter brand is estimated by the richest as $15 billion. The star author has released one more book, named the Casual Vacancy.

Now Joanne Rowling, a mother of three children, is a rich celebrity. She can serve as a role model to many other women in the world.

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