How Much Is Norman Giller Worth?

January 1, 2020

Norman Giller Net Worth

How much is Norman Giller worth? For this question we spent 18 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 2022 year – is about $84,4 Million.



Norman Giller information Birth date: 1940-04-18 Birth place: Stepney, London, England Profession:Writer, Producer Spouse:Eileen Giller Children:Lisa and Michael

Height, Weight

:How tall is Norman Giller – 1,86m.
How much weight is Norman Giller – 64kg


Norman Giller Net Worth
Norman Giller Net Worth
Norman Giller Net Worth
Norman Giller Net Worth


Norman Giller (born 18 April 1940, Stepney, East End, London) is a prolific English author, a sports historian and television scriptwriter.With 97 books to his name, Norman Giller is a prolific author who served his writing apprenticeship as a notable Fleet Street journalist. He was chief football reporter with the Daily Express in London (1964–74), and has been a freelance writer since leaving Fleet Street in 1974. He was 14 years a member of the This Is Your Life scriptwriting team, and has devised several television series including Whos the Greatest? (ITV, 1980s), The Games of 48 and Over the Moon, Brian (ITV 1990s), Petrolheads (BBC2 2006), he co-produced 63 editions of Stand and Deliver (Sky TV, 1990s), and has been scriptwriter and co-producer with Top Gear director Brian Klein of more than 50 sports-based videos/DVDs, featuring celebrities such as Gordon Ramsay, Ray Winstone, Alan Hansen, John Motson, Dickie Bird, Frank Bruno, Frankie Dettori, Lawrence Dallaglio, Harry Carpenter, and Jimmy Greaves. His output has also included crosswords and puzzle games with The Times, Daily and Sunday Express, The Sun, Sunday Telegraph and London Evening News. He has compiled the annual Times Sports Jumbo Crossword for 29 consecutive years, his 2011 100-clue challenge being Olympic themed.The 96th book from the Giller pen is Bill Nicholson Revisited, based on conversations over a span of more than 40 years with former Spurs manager Nicholson. It was published in the autumn of 2013. Book No 97, published in June 2014 is a biography of former Northern Ireland skipper and, later, distinguished journalist Danny Blanchflower, who famously turned down the This Is Your Life book. Called Danny Blanchflower, This WAS His Life, profits from the book will go to the Tottenham Tribute Trust, to help old players suffering from the sort of dementia that clouded Dannys final years.His 93rd book – Sir Henry Cooper A Hero for All Time was published in June 2012, and before that he self-published Tottenham, The Glory-Glory Game, which he has written with members of the Spurs Writers Club, which he formed in 2011.Book No 94 followed in December 2012. It is called Bobby Moore The Master, and tells the story of the former England football captains life on and off the pitch. All profits for the book are going to the Bobby Moore Cancer Fund and has been published to coincide with the 20th anniversary of Moores death from bowel cancer in February 2013. No 95 was Keys to Paradise, an adult novel in harness with first-time American novelist, Jeni Robbins.Giller was the argument-settling Judge of The Sun for ten years, and he and his sports statistician son Michael set the 2,000 questions for the DVD version of Football Trivial Pursuit. With his then partner Peter Lorenzo and associate Malcolm Rowley, Giller created one of the first major pub quiz competitions in 1974. It was called Whats Yours? and had 64 competing pubs in a series sponsored
Biography,Giller was born in Londons East End in the first year of the Second World War, and was evacuated with his mother and three brothers to a Devonshire farm. Educated at Raines Foundation Grammar School in Stepney, he left at 15 to become a copyboy with the London Evening News. He started his reporting career with the Stratford Express in West Ham (1957), and arrived at the Daily Express after employment as a sports sub-editor with Boxing News, the London Evening Standard and the Daily Herald.Giller has worked extensively in PR and for ten years represented former boxing world champions Frank Bruno, John H Stracey, Jim Watt, Maurice Hope (all managed by his best friend Terry Lawless), and (for his European fights) Muhammad Ali (He needed a PR like Einstein needed a calculator, says Giller). He wrote regular newspaper and magazine columns in harness with Eric Morecambe for nine years, and also had collaborations with comedians Benny Hill and Tommy Cooper. Giller was commissioned to write six Carry On novels, sequels to the popular films. He also scripted an adult pantomime for EastEnders co-stars Mike Reid and Barbara Windsor, and was chief scriptwriter for the Laureus World Sports Awards when they were staged in Monte Carlo.He was married for 45 years to Eileen, who passed on in 2006. Giller has two grown children, Lisa and Michael, and four grandchildren (his favourite being Kate). When Eileen died following renal failure, Giller raised more than ?15,000 for the Dorset Kidney Fund by building a Wall of Love on the internet. On what would have been their 54th wedding anniversary, Giller posted a song in memory of his wife here: It is called Thank You for the Best Years of My Life, and has been taken up by many people to say thank you to a loved one.Giller is currently based in Hampshire in the Test Valley where he runs a sports facts, figures and research service with his son, Michael. They organize themed quiz nights. Giller and his partner, Jackie Wright, specialise in Powerpoint-supported presentations on such themes as the life and music of Rodgers and Hart, the Gershwin brothers and Frank Sinatra, also the Footballing Fifties and Sixties, and the life and times of Billy Wright and Denis Compton, plus an illustrated lecture for literary associations and clubs entitled If You Can Write A Postcard, You Can Write A Book. Giller was webmaster for the recently disbanded Wessex branch of the Frank Sinatra Music Society. He writes regular blogs for the and websites, and is a contributor to the sports retro magazines BackPass (football) and BackSpin (cricket).


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