Concluded Myers Briggs Personality Type – ISTJ
Net Worth: $520 million – 2018
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Bio & Career stats:Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain is the longest-reigning monarch in British history. She celebrated 65 years on the throne in February 2017 with her Sapphire Jubilee.
Who Is Queen Elizabeth II?
Queen Elizabeth II was born Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary on April 21, 1926, in London, to Prince Albert, Duke of York (later known as King George VI), and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon. She married Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh, in 1947, became queen on February 6, 1952, and was crowned on June 2, 1953. She is the mother of Prince Charles, heir to the throne, as well as the grandmother of princes William and Harry. As the longest-serving monarch in British history, she has tried to make her reign more modern and sensitive to a changing public while maintaining traditions associated with the crown.
Queen Elizabeth II’s Health
At the end of 2016, concerns about the Queen’s health grew. The Queen was reported to have a “heavy cold” and missed several traditional holiday events, including Christmas and New Year’s services. “The Queen does not yet feel ready to attend church as she is still recuperating from a heavy cold,” the palace said in a statement. She made her first public appearance in January 2017 since taking ill. At that time it was also announced that she would be cutting the number of charities of which she is a patron in an effort to reduce her work obligations.
Queen Elizabeth II’s Husband
Queen Elizabeth married Philip Mountbatten (a surname adopted from his mother’s side) in the autumn of 1947. Elizabeth first met Philip, son of Prince Andrew of Greece, when she was only 13. She was smitten with him from the start. Distant cousins, the two kept in touch over the years and eventually fell in love. They made an unusual pair. Elizabeth was quiet and reserved while Philip was boisterous and outspoken. Her father, King George VI, was hesitant about the match because, while Mountbatten had ties to both the Danish and Greek royal families, he didn’t possess great wealth and was considered by some a bit rough in his personality.
At the time of their wedding, Great Britain was still recovering from the ravages of WWII, and Elizabeth collected clothing coupons to get fabric for her gown. The ceremony was held at London’s Westminster Abbey on November 20th. The family took on the name Windsor, a move pushed by her mother and Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and which caused tension with her husband. Over the years, Philip has inspired numerous public relations headaches with his off-the-cuff, edgy comments and rumors of possible infidelities.
Children and Grandchildren
Elizabeth and Philip wasted no time in producing an heir: Son Charles was born in 1948, the year after their wedding, and daughter Anne arrived in 1950. Elizabeth had two more children — sons Andrew and Edward — in 1960 and 1964 respectively. In 1969, she officially made Prince Charles her successor by granting him the title of Prince of Wales. Hundreds of millions of people tuned in to see the ceremony on television.
In 1981 Prince Charles wed 19-year-old Diana Spencer (best known as Princess Diana), with later rumors surfacing that he was pressured into the marriage from his family. The wedding drew enormous crowds in the streets of London and millions watched the proceedings on television. Public opinion of the monarchy was especially strong at that time. The couple gave birth to Queen Elizabeth’s grandsons Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and successor to the throne, in 1982, and Prince Harry in 1984. Elizabeth has emerged as a devoted grandmother to William and Harry. Prince William has said that she offered invaluable support and guidance as he and Kate Middleton planned their 2011 wedding.
On July 22, 2013, Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson William and his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, welcomed their first child, George Alexander Louis — a successor to the throne known officially as “His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge.” Elizabeth visited her new great-grandson after William and Kate returned home to Kensington Palace from the hospital. Two years later, on May 2, 2015, William and Kate welcomed their second child, Princess Charlotte, the Queen’s fifth great-grandchild. On April 23, 2018, the couple welcomed their third child, a son.
In addition to Prince William and Prince Harry, the Queen’s other grandchildren are Peter Phillips, Princess Beatrice of York, Princess Eugenie of York, Zara Tindall, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn.
Queen Elizabeth II’s Coronation
On February 6, 1952, Elizabeth’s father, King George VI, died, and she assumed the responsibilities of the ruling monarch. (She and Prince Philip had been in Kenya at the time of her father’s death.) Queen Elizabeth’s official coronation took place on June 2, 1953, in Westminster Abbey. For the first time ever, the ceremony was broadcast on television, allowing people from across the globe to witness the pomp and spectacle of the event.
Queen Elizabeth II’s father, Prince Albert, was the second son of King George V and Queen Mary. She has ties with most of the monarchs in Europe. Her ancestors include Queen Victoria (ruled 1837 to 1901) and King George III (ruled 1760 to 1820).
In 1936, the course of Elizabeth’s life changed with the death of her grandfather, George V, with whom she was said to be close. Her uncle became King Edward VIII, but he was in love with American divorcée Wallis Simpson and had to choose between the crown and his heart. In the end, Edward chose Simpson and abdicated the crown. Elizabeth’s father became King George VI in 1937.
Queen Elizabeth As a Child
Queen Elizabeth II was born Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary on April 21, 1926, in London, England. At the time of her birth, most did not realize Elizabeth would someday become queen of Great Britain. Elizabeth got to enjoy the first decade of her life with all the privileges of being a royal without the pressures of being the heir apparent.
Elizabeth’s father and mother, also known as the Duke and Duchess of York, divided their time between a home in London and Royal Lodge, the family’s home on the grounds of Windsor Great Park. Elizabeth, nicknamed Lilibet, and her younger sister Margaret were educated at home by tutors. Academic courses included French, mathematics and history, with dancing, singing and art lessons undertaken as well.
With the outbreak of World War II in 1939, Elizabeth and her sister Princess Margaret largely stayed out of London, having been relocated to Windsor Castle. From there she made the first of her famous radio broadcasts, with this particular speech reassuring the children of Britain who had been evacuated from their homes and families. The 14-year-old princess, showing her calm and firm personality, told them “that in the end, all will be well; for God will care for us and give us victory and peace.”
Elizabeth soon started taking on other public duties. Appointed colonel-in-chief of the Grenadier Guards by her father, Elizabeth made her first public appearance inspecting the troops in 1942. She also began to accompany her parents on official visits within Britain.
In 1945, Elizabeth joined the Auxiliary Territorial Service to help in the war effort. She trained side-by-side with other British women to be an expert driver and mechanic. While her volunteer work only lasted a few months, it offered Elizabeth a glimpse into a different, non-royal world. She had another vivid experience outside of the monarchy when she and Margaret were allowed to mingle anonymously among the citizenry on Victory in Europe Day.
Queen Elizabeth II’s Job
Queen Elizabeth’s long and mainly peaceful reign has been marked by vast changes in her people’s lives, in her country’s power, how Britain is viewed abroad and how the monarchy is regarded and portrayed. As a constitutional monarch, Elizabeth does not weigh in on political matters, nor does she reveal her political views. However, she confers regularly with her prime ministers.
When Elizabeth became queen, post-war Britain still had a substantial empire, dominions and dependencies. However, during the 1950s and 1960s, many of these possessions achieved independence and the British Empire evolved into the Commonwealth of Nations. Elizabeth II has thus made visits to other countries as head of the Commonwealth and a representative of Britain, including a groundbreaking trip to Germany in 1965. She became the first British monarch to tour there in more than five decades.
During the 1970s and 1980s, Queen Elizabeth continued to travel extensively. In 1973 she attended the Commonwealth Conference in Ottawa, Canada, and in 1976 traveled to the United States for the 200th anniversary celebration of America’s independence from Britain. More than a week later she was in Montreal, Canada, to open the Summer Olympics. In 1979, she traveled to Kuwait, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Oman, which garnered international attention and widespread respect.
In 1982, Elizabeth worried about her second son Prince Andrew, who served as a helicopter pilot in the British Royal Navy during the Falklands War. Britain went to war with Argentina over the Falklands Islands, a clash that lasted for several weeks. While more than 250 British soldiers died in the conflict, Prince Andrew returned home safe and well, much to his mother’s relief.
In 2011, Elizabeth showed that the crown still had symbolic and diplomatic power when she became the first British monarch to visit the Republic of Ireland since 1911.
As queen, Elizabeth has modernized the monarchy, dropping some of its formalities and making certain sites and treasures more accessible to the public. As Britain and other nations struggled financially, she welcomed the elimination of the Civil List, which was a public funding system of the monarchy dating back roughly 250 years. The royal family continues to receive some government support, but the Queen has had to cut back on spending.
Despite the occasional call to step aside for Prince Charles, Elizabeth remained steadfast in her royal obligations as she passed her 90th birthday. She continued making more than 400 engagements per year, maintaining her support of hundreds of charitable organizations and programs.
However, in late 2017 the monarchy took what was considered a major step toward transitioning to the next generation: On November 12, Prince Charles handled the traditional Remembrance Sunday duty of placing a wreath at the Cenotaph war memorial, as the Queen watched from a nearby balcony.
Relationship With Prime Ministers
As of 2017, Elizabeth has had 13 prime ministers placed into power during her reign, with Queen and PM having a weekly, confidential meeting. (Elizabeth has also met about a quarter of all the U.S. presidents in history.) She enjoyed a father figure relationship with the iconic Winston Churchill, and was later able to loosen up a bit and be somewhat informal with Labour leaders Harold Wilson and James Callaghan. In contrast, she and Margaret Thatcher had a very formal, distant relationship, with the PM tending to be a grating lecturer to the Queen on a variety of issues.
Tony Blair saw certain concepts around the monarchy as somewhat outdated, though he did appreciate Elizabeth making a public statement after the death of Princess Diana. Later, Conservative leader David Cameron, who is Elizabeth’s fifth cousin removed, enjoyed a warm rapport with the Queen. He apologized in 2014 for revealing in a conversation that she was against the Scottish referendum to seek independence from Great Britain. The most recent PM, Theresa May, has been described as being tight-lipped about Brexit plans to leave the European Union, with a rumor circulating that Elizabeth was perturbed over not being informed about future exit strategies.
Elizabeth, as queen, worked tirelessly to protect the image of the monarchy and to prepare for its future. But she has seen the monarchy come under attack during her lifetime. The once-revered institution has weathered a number of storms, including death threats against the royal family. In 1979, Elizabeth suffered a great personal loss when Lord Mountbatten, her husband’s uncle, died in a terrorist bombing. Mountbatten and several members of his family were aboard his boat on August 29th, off the west coast of Ireland, when the vessel exploded. He and three others, including one of his grandsons, were killed. The IRA (Irish Republican Army), which opposed British rule in Northern Ireland, took responsibility for the attack.
In June 1981, Elizabeth herself had a dangerous encounter. She was riding in the Trooping the Colour, a special military parade to celebrate her official birthday, when a man in the crowd pointed a gun at her. He fired, but, fortunately, the gun was loaded with blanks. Other than receiving a good scare, the Queen was not hurt. She had an even closer call the following year when an intruder broke into Buckingham Palace and confronted Elizabeth in her bedroom. When the press got wind of the fact that Prince Philip was nowhere to be seen during this incident, they speculated about the state of the royal marriage.
The marriage of Queen Elizabeth’s son, Prince Charles, to Princess Diana made headlines for years before the couple announced plans to divorce in 1992. In the wake of Princess Diana’s death in 1997, Elizabeth went under intense media scrutiny. Her incredibly popular ex-daughter-in-law, sometimes nicknamed the People’s Princess, died from injuries in a Paris car crash on August 31st. The Queen was at her Balmoral estate in Scotland with Prince Charles and his and Diana’s two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, at the time. For days, Elizabeth remained silent while the country mourned Diana’s passing, and she was sharply criticized for her lack of response. Stories circulated that the Queen did not want to give Diana a royal funeral, which only fueled public sentiment against the monarch. Nearly a week after Diana’s death, Elizabeth returned to London and issued a statement on the late princess.
Another of Queen Elizabeth’s children, Prince Andrew, ended up in the tabloids, after photos emerged of his wife Sarah Ferguson and another man engaged in romantic activity.
In November 2017, the media turned its attention back to the Queen, this time over reports of some $13 million invested in offshore accounts. The news came following the leak of the so-called “Paradise Papers” to a German newspaper, which shared the documents with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. The Duchy of Lancaster, which holds assets for the Queen, confirmed that some of its investments were overseas accounts, but insisted they were all legitimate.
Also in 2017, the former owner of the lingerie company Rigby & Peller, which had serviced Queen Elizabeth for more than 50 years, wrote a tell-all autobiography that included some of her experiences with the royal family. Although the author insisted that “the book doesn’t contain anything naughty,” the Queen responded in early 2018 by revoking Rigby & Peller’s royal warrant.
Loss and Change
After the start of the 21st century, Elizabeth experienced two great losses. She said goodbye to both her sister Margaret and her mother in 2002, the same year she celebrated her Golden Jubilee, or 50th year on the throne. Margaret, known for being more of an adventurous soul than other royals and who was barred from marrying an early love, died that February after suffering a stroke. Only a few weeks later, Elizabeth’s mother, known as the Queen Mother, died at Royal Lodge on March 30th at the age of 101.
Known to be a stickler for ceremony and tradition, Elizabeth eventually started to show signs of softening her stance. She had objected to the relationship between Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles, with the pair having been involved while the prince was married. When the two wed in 2005, Elizabeth and Prince Philip had a reception in their honor at Windsor Castle.
Elizabeth celebrated her Diamond Jubilee in 2012, marking 60 years as queen. As part of the jubilee festivities, a special BBC concert was held on June 4th featuring the likes of Shirley Bassey, Paul McCartney, Tom Jones, Stevie Wonder and Kylie Minogue. Elizabeth was surrounded by family at this historic event, including her husband Philip, son Charles and grandsons Harry and William. On September 9, 2015, she surpassed her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria as Britain’s longest ruling monarch, who reigned for 63 years.
On February 6, 2017, the Queen celebrated 65 years on the throne, the only British monarch to ever celebrate her Sapphire Jubilee. The date also marks the anniversary of the death of her father. The Queen chose to spend the day quietly at Sandringham, her country estate north of London, where she attended a church service.
In London, there were royal gun salutes at Green Park and at the Tower of London to mark the occasion. The Royal Mint also issued eight new commemorative coins in honor of the Queen’s Sapphire Jubilee.
Movies and Plays on Queen Elizabeth II
Keeping in mind the duration of her reign, Elizabeth has been played by a number of well-known actresses on both stage and screen. She has perhaps most famously been portrayed by Helen Mirren, who received an Oscar and Golden Globe, among other accolades, for her starring role in 2006’s The Queen, directed by Stephen Frears. Mirren later played Elizabeth in The Audience, a West End and Broadway play which chronicled the Queen’s aforementioned meetings with various prime ministers and for which the actress earned a 2015 Tony Award. Elizabeth later received a dramatic stage treatment from the formidable Kristin Scott Thomas, who starred in The Audience in 2015.
The Queen has also been played in various films over the decades by lookalike Jeannette Charles and was portrayed by Emma Thompson in the Playhouse Presents TV episode Walking the Dogs (2012). Elizabeth has been more recently portrayed on television screens by Claire Foy; the actress depicts the future monarch at the time of her marriage and political relationship with Churchill (John Lithgow) in Netflix’s The Crown, which debuted in autumn 2016. Foy received a Best Actress Golden Globe for the role.
For much of her life, the Queen has surrounded herself with dogs. She is especially known for her love of corgis, owning more than 30 descendants of the first corgi she received as a teenager, until the death of the final one, Willow, in 2018. Elizabeth is also a horse enthusiast who bred thoroughbreds and attended racing events for many years.
Not one for the spotlight, Elizabeth likes quiet pastimes. She enjoys reading mysteries, working on crossword puzzles and even watching wrestling on television.
Warren Edward Buffett
The Oracle of Omaha, Wizard of Omaha, The Oracle of Everything
Warren Buffett is currently 88 according to his birthdate August 30, 1930
Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Buffett lives in a five-bedroom stucco house in Omaha that he bought in the late fifties for $31,500.
Warren Buffett started his education at the Rose Hill Elementary School.
He then got admission in Alice Deal Junior High School. He later got in Woodrow Wilson High School and graduated in 1947.
He then got enrolled in the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1947. After studying at the university for 2 years, he shifted to the University of Nebraska. He graduated from the University at the age of 19 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
Warren had then applied for an admission to Harvard Business School but his application was rejected. He eventually got enrolled at Columbia University’s Columbia Business School. At the Columbia Business School, he got to study under Benjamin Graham, who would have a major influence on Warren’s investment policy.
He graduated from Columbia with a Master of Science in Economics. He then studied at the New York Institute of Finance.
Investor, business magnate, and philanthropist
- Father – Howard Buffett (Businessman, investor, and politician)
- Mother – Leila Buffett
- Siblings – Doris Buffett (Sister) (Founder of The Sunshine Lady Foundation), Roberta Buffett Elliott (Sister)
- Others – Ernest P. Buffett (Paternal Grandfather) (Grocery Business Owner), Henrietta Duvall Buffett (Paternal Grandmother)
Warren Buffett’s personal management team handles his representation work.
5 ft 10 in or 178 cm
83 kg or 183 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Warren Buffett has dated
- Susan Thompson (1952-1977) – Warren Buffet got married to Susan Thompson in 1952. It has been reported that their shared interest in music had brought them together. In July 1953, she gave birth to their daughter, Susan Alice Buffett. In 1954, she gave birth to their first son, Howard Graham Buffett, who is a businessman and conservationist. They welcomed their second son, Peter Buffett into their family in May 1958. Susan and Warren decided to separate in 1977 as she wanted to pursue a career in the music industry. She moved to the San Francisco. However, they didn’t get divorced and were legally married until her death in 2004.
- Astrid Menks (1977-Present) – Warren has been in a relationship with Astrid Menks since 1977. His wife Susan had arranged for them to meet before she left for San Francisco. The three of them had a very unusual equation as they were very close to each other and the Christmas cards were sent together from them. On his 76thbirthday eve, Buffett got married to Astrid in a private ceremony.
Race / Ethnicity
On his father’s side, he has Scandinavian ancestry. He also has Huguenot ancestry on his paternal grandmother’s side.
- Prominent nose
- Often wears rimmed glass spectacles
Warren Buffett has appeared in a TV commercial for Geico.
He has also lent his voice to the TV commercial for 23andMe Inc. which is a California based DNA testing company.
He was raised in a Presbyterian household. However, as an adult, he identifies himself as an agnostic.
Best Known For
- Being one of the most popular and successful stock investors. He is considered as the leading proponent of the value investing.
- Being one of the richest men in the world. His net worth, as of March 2018, is more than $91 billion.
- Being the co-owner of the multinational conglomerate holding company, Berkshire Hathaway. It is considered as the third largest public company in the world. As of figures released at the end of 2017, the company owned assets worth more than $700 billion and had revenue upwards of $242 billion.
In 2015, Warren made his theatrical film debut in a guest appearance in the comedy movie, Entourage.
First TV Show
In 2003, Warren Buffett made his TV show debut by lending his voice to the character of James Madison in The Man Who Wouldn’t Be King episode of the adventure drama TV series, Liberty’s Kids: Est. 1776.
He made his first physical TV show appearance on the news talk show, Charlie Rose, in June 2006.
Warren Buffett tries to find time in his packed schedule for some exercise on a regular basis. However, he is not a fan of eating a healthy diet. He tries to keep his vegetable consumption to the bare minimum. He loves to eat fast food and sometimes takes his guests and colleagues out to eat at the McDonald’s. In fact, he once took Bill Gates along for a meal at the popular fast food chain.
He also guzzles a lot of sugary and carbonated drinks and as per some sources, he drinks five cans of Coca-Cola throughout the day. Buffett also loves milkshakes with strawberry milkshake being his favorite.
Warren Buffett Favorite Things
- Food – See’s peanut brittle, Veal parm, T-bone steak, Hash browns, Cheeseburgers, UTZ Potato Stix, Dairy Queen sundaes, and McDonald’s bacon, egg, and cheese biscuit
- Drinks – Root Beer Floats and Coca-Cola
- Books – The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham, Security Analysis by Benjamin Graham and David L. Dodd, Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits by Philip Fisher, Stress Test: Reflections on Financial Crises by Tim Geithner, Jack: Straight from the Gut by Jack Welch, The Clash of the Cultures by John Bogle, and some others
- Football Team – Nebraska Cornhuskers football
Source – Cheat Sheet, Business Insider, Wikipedia
Warren Buffett Facts
- After graduating from high school, he wanted to start his investment and entrepreneurial career. But his father overruled him and asked him to complete college education first.
- He had a keen interest in business and investment at a very young age and it was further fanned when at the age of 7, he read One Thousand Ways to Make $1000, which he had taken from the Omaha public library.
- While in high school, he was earning money from doing various jobs including delivering newspapers, selling weekly magazines, selling stamps and golf balls, and detailing cars.
- In his sophomore year in high school, he and his friend bought a second-hand pinball machine and placed it in a local barbershop. Within a couple of months, they had placed several such machines in three local barber shops. The business was eventually sold for $1,200 to a war veteran.
- He filed his first income tax return in 1944. In the tax return, he wrote $35 deduction for the use of watch and bicycle that he used for delivering papers.
- At the age of 14, he bought a 40 acres farm that was worked by tenant farmer with $1,200 from his savings.
- In 1951, he started working as an investment salesman with Buffett-Falk & Co. He worked with them till 1954. After he learned in April 1952 that his idol Benjamin Graham was a member of the board of GEICO insurance, he decided to travel to Washington, D.C.
- Buffett wanted Graham’s advice about his desire to work with him on Wall Street. Graham like Buffett’s father urged him not to. Buffett offered to work for him for free but Graham turned down his proposal.
- In 1954, he got an opportunity to join Benjamin Graham’s partnership, Graham-Newman Corp. as a securities analyst. He worked with Graham-Newman for two years as in 1956 Graham retired and closed his firm.
- In 1956, he had savings of over $174,000 and he used it to establish Buffett Partnership Ltd. He worked with the firm as general partner till 1969.
- When he started acquiring stakes in Berkshire Hathaway in the early sixties, it was a textile manufacturing firm. After becoming the majority stakeholder, he started moving the firm into insurance sector and in 1985, the last of the mills owned by the company was sold.
- In 1979, the price of Berkshire shares was $775 per share. However, by the end of the year, it had increased to $1,310 and his individual net worth had become $620 million.
- In 1988, Buffett started making one of the most iconic investments as he started acquiring The Coca-Cola Company stock. He spent $1.2 billion to acquire 7% stake in the company.
- In May 1990, he officially became a billionaire after Berkshire Hathaway began selling class A shares. The market closing price was US$7,175 per share.
- In 2008, he was declared as the richest man in the world by the Forbes magazine. His net worth was estimated at $62 billion.
- In his free time, he likes to relax with a game of Bridge. He reportedly spends 12 hours a week playing the game. He even sponsored a bridge match for the Buffett Cup in 2006.
- In April 2012, he was diagnosed with prostate cancer while undergoing a routine test. He had to undergo 44-day radiation treatment cycle to take care of his condition.
- Although he has been a well-known supporter of the Democratic Party, he served as the financial advisor to Republican, Arnold Schwarzenegger during his campaign for the position of California’s Governor.
- As a philanthropist, he has pledged to give away about 99% of his wealth to various charitable causes and foundations. Most of his donations until now have gone through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
- In 2009, he collaborated with Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg to establish The Giving Pledge as part of which they pledged to donate at least half of their fortunes to charitable causes.
- In the run-up to the 2016 US Presidential elections, he was a very vocal supporter of the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. He also had a public feud with the Republican candidate Donald Trump, over the filing of tax returns.
- He has interest in alternative energy sources as he owns wind farms and his company has invested billions in energy projects in California and Arizona.
- In 2012, he revealed that he had avoided making investments in the social media companies as he found it hard to estimate their future value. He is also skeptical of the future of the various cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.
- In 2017, he increased his stake in Apple to 3%. He also became the largest shareholder of Bank of America after exercising warrants for 700 million shares.
- In 2002, he was appointed as an advisor to the Nuclear Threat Initiative. He has also donated to pledge more than $50 million to the foundation.
- In 2006, he auctioned off his 2001 Lincoln Town Car on e-commerce platform eBay to raise funds for the non-profit organization, Girls Inc. which works on the development and growth of girls.
- In 1999, he was declared as top money manager of the Twentieth Century by Carson Group after conducting a survey. He was ranked ahead of legendary investors such as Peter Lynch.
- Warren has been included in the iconic Time’s 100 Most Influential People in the World list on multiple occasions.
- While studying at the Wharton School, he was a member of the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity.
- In the fifties, he used to serve as a teacher for Investment Principles night class at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Most of his students in the class were at least twice as old as he was.
- In his free time, he loves to play ukulele which he had learned in the late forties to impress a girl he had a crush on. His romantic endeavor failed but his love for ukulele has endured since then.
- In 1989, he used $6.7 million from Berkshire’s funds to buy a private plane. He decided to name it The Indefensible.
Kimberly Noel Kardashian
Kimmie, Kim K, Kim Kardashian West
Concluded Personality is ISTJ
Current net worth Forbes $350 Million
Kim Kardashian is currently 37 according to her birthdate October 21, 1980
Los Angeles, California, USA
Hidden Hills, California, U.S.
Kim Kardashian graduated from Marymount High School, Los Angeles in 1998.
Model, actress, businesswoman, TV personality, socialite
- Father – Robert George Kardashian (Lawyer)
- Mother – Kristen “Kris” Mary Jenner (Firstly homemaker, then, she turned to start managing her children’s careers)
- Siblings – Kourtney Kardashian (Older Sister), Khloe Kardashian (Younger Sister), Rob Kardashian (Younger Brother), Kylie Jenner (Younger Half-Sister), Kendall Jenner (Younger Half-Sister)
- Others – Bruce Jenner (Stepfather), Brody Jenner (Step-Brother), Brandon Jenner (Stepbrother), Burt Jenner (Step-Brother), Casey Jenner (Step-Sister)
William Morris Endeavor Entertainment
5 ft 2½ in or 159 cm
56 kg or 123.5 pounds
She lost 70 pounds of body weight in July 2016 and achieved a weight of 120 pounds at that time.
Boyfriend / Spouse
- Calum Best – As per Sun, Kim and British-American TV personality Calum Best had dated each other in the past. Kim and Calum were introduced to each other by Brody Jenner, Kim’s brother.
- Damon Thomas (2000-2004) – Kim Kardashian married Damon Thomas, a record producer. She was just 20 years old when they got married in 2000. However, in 2004, she divorced from Damon reasoning that she was emotionally and physically abused by him.
- Ray J (2004-2007) – Kim dated Ray J, the American singer-songwriter and record producer. Their relation went for nearly 3 years, which was OFF again and ON again relationship. Kardashian met Ray J when she was working as a stylist for Ray J’s sister, Brandy. The couple finally separated in 2007 when their sex tape was released by Vivid Entertainment.
- Game (2006) – Rapper and actor Game dated Kardashian from August 23, 2006, to August 30, 2006. During this one week, they went on a number of dates, but nothing came out of this relationship.
- Nick Lachey (2006) – Nick Lachey, an American singer-songwriter dated Kardashian after his divorce with Jessica Simpson in 2006. Kim and Nick had a fling in 2006.
- Nick Cannon (September 2006 – January 2007) – American actor, comedian, and rapper, Nick Cannon dated briefly with Kim Kardashian in late 2006.
- Marques Houston (2007) – In March 2007, she had a fling with R&B singer-songwriter and actor Marques Houston.
- Evan Ross (2007) – In May 2007, actor Evan Ross had an encounter with Kim Kardashian West.
- Reggie Bush (2007-2010) – Reggie Bush, an American football player started dating TV personality Kim Kardashian in 2007. He and Kardashian became a power couple and filled the pages of gossip magazines. During October 2009 the couple reconciled but couldn’t make it to the last due to Bush’s family.
- Cristiano Ronaldo (April 2010) – Kim Kardashian visited Spain in April 2010. She was seen kissing the star footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo outside a restaurant in Madrid.
- Miles Austin (June 2010 – September 2010) – Kim Kardashian dated Miles Austin from June to September 2010. Miles Austin is an American football player for Dallas Cowboys. They separated because they were not able to give time to each other due to their busy schedules.
- Kris Humphries (December 2010-May 2011) – Kris Humphries is an American professional basketball player, who dated Kim Kardashian in early 2011.
- Kris Humphries (May 2011-October 2011) – After dating for about 6 months, Kris proposed Kim with Rose petals and presented a 20.5 carat $2 million Lorraine Schwartz ring. They engaged in May 2011. They finally married in August 2011. People magazine paid $1.5 million for the exclusive rights to wedding photos. But, their married life didn’t go far. They separated on October 31, 2011. But, officially they are not divorced and has applied for the same. It was also weird to have mom and husband of the same name.
- Kanye West (April 2012-Present) – Kanye West started dating Kim Kardashian, in April 2012. Kanye is an American musician, film director, and music director. During May 2012, they spent a week together in Cannes for the city’s annual film festival. The couple shares two daughters, North West (b. June 15, 2013) and Chicago West (b. January 15, 2018), and one son Saint West (b. December 5, 2015). On Kim’s 33rd birthday (that is on October 21, 2013), the couple got engaged. He proposed to her at AT&T Park in San Francisco (which he rented) by flashing a message on the stadium’s screen. On May 24, 2014, Kim and West married at Fort di Belvedere in Florence, Italy. She legally changed her name to “West”, which she announced on August 5, 2014, as reported by Hollywood Life.
Race / Ethnicity
Kim is of Armenian descent on her father’s side and has English, Dutch, French, German, and Scottish ancestry on her mother’s side.
Dark Brown (Natural)
She dyed her hair after giving birth to her daughter North West in June 2013.
On February 2, 2014, she returned back to her darker shades with light streaks. Kim first posted her pic on Instagram with the caption “I’m back”.
- Curvaceous figure
- Large Buttocks
38-26.5-41 in or 96.5-67-104 cm
12 (US) or 44 (EU)
7 (US) or 37.5 (EU)
Clothing line for Sears called Kardashian Kollection, nail polish line called OPI, owns 4 DASH boutiques, QuickTrim (Weight loss supplement), Virgins (Jewelry Line), shoedazzle, her own signature perfume, The Sugar Factory Candy Store (Signature Series Couture Lollipops), Midori Liqueur, Muscle Flex VATA athletic wear, Carls Jr. (fast food), Kardashian Glamour Tan, Divinity Collection for Beach Bunny Swimwear, Perfect Skin, Skechers, own line of signature watches, “For Every Body” candles, Tria Beauty
Best Known For
Her large butt, sexy figure, frequent TV appearances
2007 adult film Kim Kardashian: Superstar
In 2008, she appeared in a parody film called Disaster movie for her role as Lisa Taylor.
First TV Show
2007 TV Series Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which premiered on E! on October 14, 2007. It follows the life of the Kardashian family.
Gunnar Peterson is the one from whom Kim Kardashian is taking all the help to stay in shape. See Kim Kardashian’s workout routine and diet plan.
Kim Kardashian Favorite Things
- Favorite Food – Salads
- Favorite TV Program – Forensic Files (2000)
- Favorite Restaurants – Chipotle, California Pizza Kitchen, La Scala (Italian Restaurant)
- Favorite Makeup Products – Glam Balm by Rodial, CVS Q-tips, M.A.C. Blot film
- Favorite Bronzer – Smashbox’s Bronze Lights in Suntan Matte
- Favorite Lip Balm – Softlips PURE 100% Natural Tinted Lip Balm in Shell Pink
- Favorite Eyeliner – Stila Kajal eyeliner
- Favorite Mascara – Anastasia’s Lash Lifting Mascara
- Favorite Lipstick – NARS Belle De Jour
- Favorite Actress – Elizabeth Taylor
- Favorite Accessory – Christian Louboutin heels
- Favorite Candy – Tamarindo Candy
- Favorite Chocolate – Hershey’s Kisses
Kim Kardashian Facts
- Kim Kardashian was named as the worst dressed person in 2010 by PETA for wearing fur.
- Kim is the aunt of Mason Dash Disick and Penelope Scotland Disick.
- She does not like to take alcoholic drinks.
- She owns an online shoe company named shoedazzle.com.
- She was nominated for Razzie Awards in 2009 for Worst Supporting Actress in Disaster Movie (2008).
- She is expected to be a part of Indian Reality TV show Bigg Boss Season 6.
- Her marriage with Kris Humphries was considered to be a publicity stunt to make people more aware of the Kardashian brands and promote TV ventures.
- Kim Kardashian’s 2010 earnings were the highest among the Hollywood based reality stars, estimated at around $6 million.
- She sleeps with her eyes slightly open.
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Net Worth: $525 million – 2018
- “It is better to offer no excuse than a bad one.” …
- “It is better to be alone than in bad company.” …
- “If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.” …
- “My mother was the most beautiful woman I ever saw.
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