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|Birth date:||November 17, 1983|
|Birth place:||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Education:||American School of Correspondence in Lansing, Illinois|
|Parents:||Talita Hodgkinson, Kenneth Paolini|
|Awards:||Quill Award for Young adult/teen, Book Sense Book of the Year Award for Children's Literature|
|Nominations:||"Youngest author of a bestselling book series" (2011 (2011), The Guinness World Records)|
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Christopher Paolini net worth & biography:
It’s been estimated the present sum of Cristopher Paolini net worth is 5 million dollars, which he’s collected through his profession as a writer. As a writer, he’s generally understood from a book series he has composed, called “Inheritance Cycle”. These series consist of publications Inheritance, Eldest, Brisingr and Eragon. The sales of these publications have added up lots of earnings to Christopher Paolini net worth. The writer was created in 1983 in La, California, but now he’s residing in Paradise Valley, Montana.
Christopher Paolini Net Worth $5 Million Dollars
In this place, Christopher Paolini also composed his first successful novel. When the writer was growing up, Christopher Paolini failed to attend any school as he was homeschooled. This made the writer to be graduated when he was just 15 years old. When the author graduated, Christopher Paolini focused on his vocation as a writer and composed the first part of the before mentioned book series, Eragon.
Afterwards, the novel captured the attention of Alfred A. Knopf. Alfred made a deal with Christopher Paolini he will release all the collection of the publication. So, the second edition of the mentioned publication was printed in 2003 by Alfred A. Knopf.
In 2006, a film was made based on Eragon, that was titled the same as the novel. The film premiered by Fox 2000. The second part of book series, Eldest, was printed in 2005. Initially, the book series were assumed to consist of three novels. Yet, Christopher Paolini determined to compose the fourth part, also, that was called Bequest.
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|Eragon||2006||Video Game novel|
|Página 2||2012||TV Series||Himself|
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|The 2nd Annual Quill Awards||2006||TV Special||Himself|
|Late Show with David Letterman||2004||TV Series||Himself|
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|1||Began writing Eragon when he was only 15 years old.|
|2||Novel: "Eldest", 2005.|
|3||Novel: "Eragon", 2003.|
|4||Was home schooled for most of his life. He took high school courses by correspondence, and finished his requirements so early that he graduated at age 15. He and his parents agreed that he was too young for college, so he passed the time by writing his now best-selling novels, Eragon and Eldest. Eragon was self-published by his parents, but author Carl Hiassen's stepson read it and brought it to the attention of a major publisher.|
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