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Bill Watterson Net Worth, Bio & Body Measurements

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Bill Watterson Net Worth
Full Name Bill Watterson
Job(s) Cartoonist
Birthday Saturday, July 5, 1958
Place of Birth Washington DC
Zodiac Sign Cancer

Bill Watterson is a very famous Cartoonist and makes a pretty good living doing that. Bill Watterson was born on Saturday, July 5, 1958 in Washington DC under the lucky star sign of the Cancer.

Bill Watterson biodata & net worth

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William B. Watterson II, better known as Bill Watterson, (Washington, July 5, 1958) is the author of Calvin the newspaper strip and Hobbes .

Watterson was born in Washington DC but moved with his family to Changrin Falls, Ohio, at the age of six. He graduated from Kenyon College in political science in 1980 and began working in the Cincinnati Post as a cartoonist, but was fired in a few months. Calvin and Hobbes was only published on November 18, 1985. Watterson retired on November 9, 1995, devoting himself to painting.

Height 6' 2" (1.88 m)
Hair Black
Body Shape Slim
Whole Name William Boyd Watterson II
Place of Birth Washington, D.C.
Birthday July 5, 1958
Star Sign Cancer
Citizenship American
Is gay? No
Ocupation(s) Cartoonist

Bill Watterson Net Worth

$100 Million

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