Michael Bywater Net Worth
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Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $198,5 Million.
Michael Bywater information Birth date: May 11, 1953 Profession:Writer Education:Nottingham High School Spouse:Isabella StaceyBooks:Bargepole, Lost Worlds Signed Edition
:How tall is Michael Bywater – 1,81m.
How much weight is Michael Bywater – 61kg
Michael Bywater is a writer, known for Starship Titanic (1998), Only Connect (2008) and The South Bank Show (1978).
Biography,He was educated at Nottingham High School, an independent school and Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. He was a long-running columnist for The Independent on Sunday, an early futurist for The Observer, spent ten years on the staff of Punch, where he wrote a regular computer column and the anonymous Bargepole column, as well as having written regularly for The Times, and been a contributing editor to Cosmopolitan and Womans Journal. He also regularly writes about high-tech stuff for The Daily Telegraph and a wide variety of technology magazines. He is said to be cultural critic for New Statesman. In 1998 he was part of BBC Radio 4s 5-part political satire programme Cartoons, Lampoons, and Buffoons. He also supervises on the Tragedy paper for a number of Cambridge colleges and, in 2006, was Writer-in-Residence at Magdalene College, Cambridge. Bywater was the inspiration for his close friend Douglas Adamss Dirk Gently character.He previously has been identified as a young fogey. In The Young Fogey Handbook (Poole, Dorset: Javelin Books, 1985), author Suzanne Lowry writes: Michael Bywater, 30-year old Punch columnist and former trendy who once worked in films, made bold to criticise Burberrys for the inferior quality of their product – the trench coats are not what they were in the days of the trenches. Burberrys riposted that indeed they could live up to their past, and made Bywater a coat to the 1915 design devised by Kitchener and Burberry – complete with camel hair lining to protect a gentleman officers flesh on the field…During the mid-1980s he co-designed and copy-wrote several interactive fiction games. He collaborated with Douglas Adams on The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, Bureaucracy and the never-completed Milliways: The Restaurant At The End Of The Universe for Infocom, and with Anita Sinclair on Jinxter for Magnetic Scrolls. He revisited computer games in the late 1990s as a member of the writing team on another Douglas Adams project, Starship Titanic.His book, Lost Worlds, on the human tendency towards nostalgia, was published in 2004, and his book, Big Babies, on the infantilisation of Western culture, was published in November 2006. A book on his journeys around the Australian Outback in a Cessna 172 continues to be a work in progress, due out soon.He is a certified pilot and harpsichordist. He has one daughter, Benedicta.He played church organ with Gary Brooker for the Within Our House charity concert, which was also released on CD.
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