Philip Jose Farmer Net Worth is
The writer of a large number of books and much more short stories, Philip Jose Farmer was created in Indiana in 1918 to George and Lucile Jackson Farmer, but has called Peoria, Illinois, house for some of his lifestyle. He revolutionized science-fiction along with his 1952 brief story (afterwards a book) entitled “The Fans”, the initial known science-fiction story to portray sex between a individual and a non-humanoid alien. The champion of three Hugo honours and called a Grand Professional of Science-Fiction in 2001, his most widely known series was converted to two made-for-TV films: Riverworld (2003) and Riverworld (2010), both for the SyFy Route. He’s also popular for writing books around established imaginary characters such as for example Tarzan and Doc Savage – heading as far as to publish an in depth biography of Tarzan – and his book “Venus over the Half Shell” was created beneath the alias of Kilgore Trout, a personality made by novelist Kurt Vonnegut Jr..
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|1||Living in semi-retirement in Peoria, Illinois. [June 2002]|
|2||Father of son, Philip Farmer, Jr., and daughter, Kristen.|
|Riverworld||2010||TV Movie Riverworld series of novels - as Philip José Farmer|
|Riverworld||2003||TV Movie novels|