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|Birth date:||July 3, 1971|
|Birth place:||Townsville, Australia|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Profession:||Journalist, Spokesperson, Programmer, Editor, Hacker, Film Producer, Television producer, Television Director, Screenwriter|
|Education:||Goolmangar Primary and Townsville State High School, Central Queensland University, University of Melbourne|
|Parents:||Christine Ann Hawkins, Richard Assange, John Shipton|
|Awards:||Sydney Peace Foundation Gold Medal for Peace with Justice, Sam Adams Award, Amnesty International UK Media Award (New Media), Le Monde readers' choice award, Time readers' choice award, Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism, Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism, Walkley Award for Most Outstanding Contribution to Journalism|
|Nominations:||NME Award for Hero of the Year|
|Movies:||World Tomorrow (2012), Mediastan (2013), Collateral Murder (2010), The Engineer (2013)|
|TV shows:||World Tomorrow|
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Julian Assange Net Worth $1.3 Million
The co-founder and director of WikiLeaks, Julian Paul Assange comes with an estimated net worth of $1.3 million. Julian Assange reportedly made $1.3 million from composing an autobiography, according to Sunday Times.He additionally has a contract worth $800,000with Alfred A. Knopf, his American publisher, and received $522,000, from a British deal with Canongate. Julian Assange is the controversial public face of WikiLeaks, an international web site that provides whistleblowers an anonymous method to print sensitive documents. Assange was married at 18 and had a son before his own marriage broke up.
In 1991 he was arrested for computer hacking in Australia, finally pleading guilty to 25 counts, and getting off with a fine. Late in 2006, he helped found WikiLeaks.org, a web site which describes itself as a “an anonymous international path for disseminating files the public should see. White haired, close and nomadic, Julian Assange has dwelt long periods in Australia, Kenya, Sweden, as well as other nations.