Jimmy Liao Net Worth 2020

January 1, 2020

Jimmy Liao Net Worth

Jimmy Liao makes how much a year? For this question we spent 13 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Authors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2020 year – is about $214,3 Million.



Jimmy Liao information Birth date: 1958-11-15 Profession:Writer, Actor Nationality:Taiwanese Spouse:Peng Chienwen

Height, Weight

:How tall is Jimmy Liao – 1,63m.
How much weight is Jimmy Liao – 53kg


Jimmy Liao Net Worth
Jimmy Liao Net Worth
Jimmy Liao Net Worth
Jimmy Liao Net Worth


Jimmy Liao is a writer and actor, known for Turn Left, Turn Right (2003), Starry Starry Night (2011) and Dei ha tit (2003).
Biography,After graduating from Chinese Culture University in which he majored in art, Jimmy worked in an advertising company for twelve years, and then he worked as an illustrator for newspapers and magazines. In 1998 his picture books Secrets In The Forest (??????) and A Fish With A Smile (????) were published in Taiwan. These two books earned him several book awards and were regarded as “The Best Children’s Books” in several Taiwanese newspapers, such as The China Times, Min Sheng Bao, and United Daily News. His picture book A Chance of Sunshine or Turn Left, Turn Right (???, ???), which was published in 1999, was voted “One of the Ten Most Influential Books” by the Taiwanese bookstore chain, Kingstones. Jimmy’s books have been translated into dozens of languages and sold around the world. His books have also been adapted for theater, movie, television, and animation. Many of his characters from his picture books have been applied to the making of dolls and pictures on other authorized products, notably leather purses. Jimmy was a middle-aged man who had survived a battle with leukemia in 1995 and was determined to devote himself heart and soul to his art. His pictures are characterized by their use of striking, bold colours and depict central figures that often appear small in the foreground, suggesting the viewpoint of a child in the wide, sometimes sinister, world, or to hint at loneliness.


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