Peter Churchill Net Worth 2021 Update: Bio, Age, Height, Weight

January 1, 2020

Peter Churchill Net Worth

Peter Churchill makes how much a year? For this question we spent 27 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Celebrities
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $230,3 Million.



Peter Churchill information Birth date: January 14, 1909, Amsterdam, Netherlands Death date: 1972, Le Rouret, France Profession:Miscellaneous CrewBooks:Duel of wits, Of Their Own Choice, The spirit in the cage

Height, Weight

:How tall is Peter Churchill – 1,70m.
How much weight is Peter Churchill – 55kg


Peter Churchill Net Worth
Peter Churchill Net Worth
Peter Churchill Net Worth
Peter Churchill Net Worth


Biography,Churchills father was William Algernon Churchill (1865–1947), a British Consul who served in Mozambique, Amsterdam, Para in Brazil, Stockholm, Milan, Palermo, and Algiers. His father was also an art connoisseur, and author of what is still the standard reference work on early European paper and papermaking, Watermarks in Paper, and his mother Violet (nee Myers). He was a brother of Walter Churchill, a Royal Air Force pilot during the war, and Oliver Churchill, who was also an SOE officer.Peter was born in Amsterdam on 14 January 1909. He was educated at Malvern School from 1923-27, then spent 18 months at Chillon Castle, then to Geneva University, and from 1929-32 read Modern Languages at Caius College, Cambridge. In addition to his native English, he was bilingual in French and fluent in Spanish, Italian and German. He also excelled in sports – he had the reputation of being one of the finest ice-hockey blues the university had produced and was Captain of the Cambridge University Ice Hockey Club in 1932 and won 15 international caps, was proficient at exhibition diving, was a first-class skier, and played golf off a six handicap.He moved into the British diplomatic service and served as British Vice-Consul in the Netherlands from 1934–5, and Pro-Consul in Oran, Algeria from 1935–6. From September 1939 to August 1940, he was Under Secretary to Sir Norman Birkett in the Home Office Advisory Committee, and later became President of the Committee.


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