Clive Eric Cussler is an Underwater Adventurer and Novelist from the United States. More than 20 of his works, many of which feature the character Dirk Pitt, have entered the New York Times fiction best-seller list.

Clive Cussler’s net worth, age, height, weight, wiki, and facts. We’ll find out how old Clive Cussler is in this piece.

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Bio/Wiki
Full NameClive Cussler
NicknameClive
ProfessionNovelist & Oceanographer
Personal Life
Date of Birth15 July, 1931
Age [When Died]88 years
Death Date24 February, 2020, at the age of 88 years old
BirthplaceAurora, Illinois, United States
SexMale
Sexual OrientationStraight
HometownAurora, Illinois, United States
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite
ReligionChristianity
Zodiac SignPisces
High SchoolAlhambra High School
CollegePasadena City College
Highest QualificationGraduated
Other WorksHe listed himself on USA Air Force during Korean War
Physical Stats
Heightin centimeters- 191 cm
in meters- 1.91 m
in feet inches- 6'3"
Weightin kilograms- N/A
in pounds- N/A
Eye ColorBlue
Hair ColorWhite
Body MeasurementN/A
Relationships & Affairs
Marital StatusMarried
EX WifeBarbara Knight (m. 1955–2003)
Present WifeJanet Horvath
Family
ParentsFather- Eric Cussler
Mother- Amy (nee Hunnecutt)
ChildrenSon- Dirk Cussler
Daughters- Dayna Cussler & Teri Cussler
Income
Net Worth (approx.)$120 million
Social Media
InstagramN/A
TwitterN/A

Early Life/Biography

Clive Cussler is a well-known oceanographer born in the United States on July 15, 1931. He is a best-selling novelist and oceanographer best known for his Dirk Pitt adventure thrillers.

The Oregon Files and the Isaac Bell Adventures are two of his other serial works. Clive Cussler’s zodiac sign is Cancer, according to astrologers.

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Cussler is the Chairman and Founder of the National Underwater and Marine Agency. His books are on the New York Times best-seller list, and the Sea Hunters were his first nonfiction book, which was published in 1996. Cussler has around 60 books to his credit.

Clive Cussler is a well-known author. On July 15, 1931, Cussler was born in Aurora, Illinois, and died on February 24, 2020.

Education

He spent two years at Pasadena City College before joining the United States Air Forces throughout the Korean War.

He was upgraded to sergeant in the Air Force and served for the Military Air Transport Service as an aircraft mechanic and flight engineer (MATS).

Clive Cussler education

Clive Cussler was born in the town of Aurora in the state of Illinois. He was born and raised in the California town of Alhambra. He received the rank of Eagle Scout when he was 14 years old.

After two years of college, he enlisted in the United States Air Force during the Korean War. He attended Pasadena City College for his education.

Career

Cussler began his writing career working for advertising agencies as a copywriter and creative director. He collaborated on several ads for television, quite a few of that received international attention.

With his debut book, The Sea Hunters, Cussler received a Doctor of Letters degree from the State University of New York Maritime College in 1996.

Clive Cussler biography

The US Navy Memorial Foundation gave him the Naval Heritage Award for his remarkable efforts in marine exploration. The books by Cussler were techno-thrillers.

The first two books in the Pitt series, Iceberg, and The Mediterranean Caper, were pretty predictable nautical thrillers. Still, the third volume, Raise the Titanic, elevated him to a new level and set the tone for the rest of the series.

And over seventeen of Cussler’s books have appeared on The New York Times fiction best-seller list in a row.

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Sahara (1992), Raise the Titanic! (1976), The Mediterranean Caper (1973), Iceberg (1975), Pacific Vortex (1983), White Death (2003), Atlantis Found (1999), and The Chase are among Cussler’s best-known works (2007).

His nonfiction works are the Sea Hunters I & II, Clive Cussler and Dirk Pitt Revealed, and Built for Adventure. The Adventures of Vin Fiz and The Adventures of Hotsy Totsy are two children’s books published by Cussler.

Relationship, Wife, Married, Affairs

Barbara is Clive’s wife. Barbara Knight and Clive married in 1955 for nearly fifty years until Barbara’s death in 2003.

His wife began working for the local police department in California in 1965, and she was only available at night. Cluster watched after his children.

Clive Cussler Wife Janet Horvath
Clive Cussler Wife Janet Horvath

There was no one to communicate with while they slept, so he began writing because he had nothing more to do. Dirk Pitt was a prominent marine engineer, government agent, and adventurer.

After that, he married Janet Horvath. There is also news about divorce from his second wife later.

Childrens, Son & Daughters

He has a son named, Dirk Cussler, who is also an American Author. He also has two daughters, Teri Cussler and Dayna Cussler, who have given him four grandchildren.

Teri Cussler’s daughter is the founder and director of the Cussler Museum in Arvada, Colorado, which houses Cussler’s classic car collection.

Net Worth

Clive is one of the wealthiest oceanographers and one of the most well-known. Clive’s net worth, according to our calculations, will be around $120 million.

Trivia

Raise the Titanic! is a movie inspired by one of his novels. He formed the National Underwater and Marine Agency (NUMA), a devoted oceanographer who discovered numerous shipwreck locations.


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