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Conrad Black Net Worth is
$16 Million

Mini Biography

Conrad Black was created on August 25, 1944 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He continues to be wedded to Barbara Amiel since 1987.

Known for movies



Quick Facts

Date Of BirthAugust 25, 1944
Place Of BirthMontreal, Canada
ProfessionLawyer, Author, Politician, Businessperson, Historian, Investor, Media proprietor, Publisher
EducationMcGill University, Université Laval, Carleton University, Trinity College School, Osgoode Hall Law School, Upper Canada College, York University, Thornton Hall
SpouseBarbara Amiel, Joanna Hishon
ChildrenAlana Black, James Black, Jonathan David Conrad Black
ParentsGeorge Montegu Black II, Jean Elizabeth Riley
SiblingsGeorge Montegu Black III
Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/ConradMBlack
Twitterhttp://www.twitter.com/conradmblack

Date Of BirthAugust 25, 1944
Place Of BirthMontreal, Canada
ProfessionLawyer, Author, Politician, Businessperson, Historian, Investor, Media proprietor, Publisher
EducationMcGill University, Université Laval, Carleton University, Trinity College School, Osgoode Hall Law School, Upper Canada College, York University, Thornton Hall
SpouseBarbara Amiel, Joanna Hishon
ChildrenAlana Black, James Black, Jonathan David Conrad Black
ParentsGeorge Montegu Black II, Jean Elizabeth Riley
SiblingsGeorge Montegu Black III
Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/ConradMBlack
Twitterhttp://www.twitter.com/conradmblack
#Quote
1For all the admirable qualities of the United States, it is at times an irritatingly brash country. The British can be condescending and hidebound and, of course, the French can be terribly obtuse. But these are the three countries that we've been closest to, so we should start by emulating the things we like in them, while trying to avoid their weaknesses. There's nothing wrong with Canadians being Canadian. We're not a bad people to be.
2[on Pierre Trudeau] He was a great prime minister, but those who would put him up as the greatest prime minister - or think that he was a great statesman in the time of Thatcher and Reagan and Helmut Kohl - are smoking something.
3To be completely truthful, I've never gone cock-a-hoop for this whole 'Zoomer' thing.
4Economics is half psychology and half grade three arithmetic, and the U.S. does not now have either half right.
5I always keep a firewall between my own travails and my perception of public-policy issues. Otherwise I would retain no credibility as a commentator.
6I may have made a mistake in renouncing my Canadian citizenship, which I have never ceased to promise to try to regain.
7Unionized teachers have destroyed much of the state school system.
8[on being incarcerated in the U.S. for fraud and the obstruction of justice] It's not the kind of experience that expands your affection for the jurisdiction responsible for you being in prison, and it didn't. What I hope is that I am a person with a greater sense of humility, a greater concern for disadvantaged people and stylistically more rigorous writing, and less self-indulgent, a little less bemused and more focused. That is not a massive condemnation of the former me. I wasn't a bad person, but I hope I have grown from this.
9[on the U.S. Constitution] I don't think it's working well now. To start with, they've got to restore individual liberties. Their whole claim to being the land of the free is the Bill of Rights, and it's been put to the shredder. For notorious reasons I could wax quite declarative on this subject and I won't inflict that on you, but the fifth, sixth, eighth amendments have all gone over the side. That's what American exceptionalism has come down to.
10[on the 'War on Drugs'] It's just a political gasconade, a shambles. There are over a million incarcerated people in the U.S., almost all of them for Mickey Mouse offences - you know, driving a truck with marijuana. There are 48 million Americans with criminal records. Now, about 20 million or more of them are driving under the influence 10 years ago, or being disorderly at a fraternity party 25 years ago - not the sort of thing that would influence anybody into wondering, 'Will I hire this man?'.. The ones who end up in prison sit there like zombies and then go back, not empowered to do anything to earn a livable amount of money than the sort of conduct that got them there in the first place.
#Fact
1He weighed in heavily with his controversial views that Britain should join NAFTA or that Canada should become part of the U.S.
2At one point he was the third largest newspaper publisher in the world.
3Renounced his Canadian citizenship in order to be eligible for British life peerage. He was indeed elevated to the peerage by Queen Elizabeth II on the advice of Tony Black and became Lord Black of Crossharbour, on Oct. 31, 2001.
4Owns houses in London, New York City, Toronto, and Palm Beach, Florida.
5His father, George Black, was a wealthy brewery executive.

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Hour2013TV SeriesHimself
The Agenda with Steve Paikin2013TV SeriesHimself
Have I Got News for You2012TV SeriesHimself
Payback2012/IDocumentaryHimself
An Unlikely Obsession2011DocumentaryHimself
Life and Times2005TV Series documentaryHimself
Citizen Black2004DocumentaryHimself
This Hour Has 22 Minutes2003TV SeriesHimself
The Frank Truth2001DocumentaryHimself - Chairman: Hollinger Inc.
Question Time2001TV SeriesHimself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Monday Report2004TV SeriesHimself

Source
IMDB Wikipedia

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