How much is Michael Moore worth? $50 million
How did Michael Moore earn his money and wealth?
Michael Moore was born in Flint, Michigan, U.S., on April 23, 1954. He is a filmmaker, activist, and author. He is also a writer and a documented filmmaker. His first documentary named “Roger & Me” won an Emmy Award in 1989, and faced the failure of some places such as Flint Michigan soon after General Motors began changing car industries in America with cheaper counterparts from Mexico. One of his movies, “Bowling for Columbine”, which investigates the causes of the “Columbine High School massacre” and overall “gun culture of the United States”, won the “Academy Award for Documentary Feature”. He also produced and directed “Fahrenheit 9/11”, an important look at the administration of George W. Bush and the War on Terror, which became the highest-grossing documentary at the United States box office of all the time and the champion of the “Palme d’Or”.
His next documentary, “Sicko”, which investigates medical care in the United States, also became one of the top ten highest-grossing documentaries. In September 2008, he launched his first 100 % free film online, Slacker Uprising, which documented his individual pursuit to inspire more people in America to elect in presidential elections. He is also known to have published and appeared in “TV Nation”, a satirical news magazine TV series and “The Awful Truth”, a satirical show on television.
In 2005, Time magazine stated Moore as one of the world’s 100 most significant people. Moore left the University of Michigan-Flint following his first year (where he had written for the university student paper The Michigan Times). He established The Flint Voice, at the age of 22 which soon modified its name to The Michigan Voice as it extended over the entire state.
In 1986, Moore was named editor of “Mother Jones”, a political journal following which The Michigan Voice was closed down by the investors and he was then transferred to Florida. After four months at Mother Jones, Moore was fired. Matt Labash of The Weekly Standard revealed this was for declining to print out an article by Paul Berman that was critical of the Sandinista human privileges record in Nicaragua.
Moore has published and co-written eight non-fiction guides, mostly on an identical topic to his documentaries. Stupid White Men (2001) is evidently a review of American household and international plan but, by Moore’s own entrance, is also “a book of political comedy.” Dude, Where’s My Country? (2003), is a test of the Bush family’s connections with Saudi royals, the Bin Laden family, and the energy market, and a call-to-action for liberals in the 2004 elections. Several of his works have made top seller list.
What are the highest selling books of Michael Moore?
- Downsize This! Random Threats from an Unarmed American (1996)
- Adventures in a TV Nation (1998)
- Dude, Where’s My Country? (2003)
- Will They Ever Trust Us Again? (2004)
- The Official Fahrenheit 9/11 Reader (2004)
- Here Comes Trouble: Stories from My Life (2011)
What are the most popular television series of Michael Moore?
- TV Nation (1994)
- The Awful Truth (1999)
- Michael Moore Live (1999)
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