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Wayne Walter Dyer Wiki/Biography
Wayne Walter Dyer was born on 10 May 1940, in Detroit, Michigan USA, and was an author, motivational speaker, and philosopher, probably best known for writing the book “Your Erroneous Zones” which sold 35 million copies worldwide. Aside from his books, he also did shows, programs, speeches, audiotapes and all of these have helped in putting his net worth to where it was prior to his passing in 2015.
How rich was Wayne Dyer? As of mid-2016, sources inform us of a net worth that was at $20 million, mostly earned through the success of various books he released. Aside from his books and appearances, he was often seen on television and even participated in films as well. Despite criticisms on his work, all of his endeavors raised his wealth to a high point.
Wayne Dyer Net Worth $20 Million
Wayne spent a lot of his childhood in an orphanage, due to his father leaving the family to his mother to raise three children. He attended and matriculated from Denby High School and then went to serve in the United States Navy. After his service, he returned to study counselling at Wayne State University.
Dyer started to work as a high school guidance counsellor before becoming a professor in St. John’s University. He focused on academics and later established private therapy and published works for his field. He would gain a lot of popularity in his classes due to his approach on motivational speaking and optimism. After the success of his first book “Your Erroneous Zones”, Wayne quit teaching to tour and made appearances all over the country. He also continued his work as a writer, continuously releasing best-selling books which included “The Sky’s the Limit”, ‘Excuses Begone” and “Wishes Fulfilled”. According to him, his influences in his teachings included Abraham Maslow, Saint Francis of Assisi and Lao Tzu.
With his continued success in the literary world, he began getting invites to appear on numerous talk shows such as “The Phil Donahue Show”, “The Tonight Show” and “The Merv Griffin Show”. After a few years, Wayne continued to expand his reach with regular shows on television, and invites for various events.
With his popularity also came criticisms, especially for PBS which was broadcasting his speeches and events. A lot of viewers believed that PBS was aligning their beliefs to Dyer’s instead of their usual programming. Wayne was also accused of plagiarism, taking lines from Chinese texts and other authors who are said to have worked on the ideas and books before the publishing of “Your Erroneous Zones”.
For his personal life, Dyer was married three times firstly to Judy and they had a daughter. He then married Susan Casselman and after that married Marcelene. He and Marcelene had five children, and two stepchildren from her previous marriage. Their marriage lasted 20 years until their separation in 2001. In 2015, at the age of 75, Wayne passed away after a heart attack. He had already been suffering from leukemia which was diagnosed in 2009.
|Net Worth||$20 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 10, 1940 in Detroit, Michigan, USA|
|Died||August 29, 2015, Maui County, Hawaii, United States|
|Profession||Philosopher, self-help author, motivational speaker|
|Education||Wayne State University, United States Navy (1958-1962), Denby High School|
|Spouse||Susan Casselman, Judy Dyer, Marcelene Dyer|
|Awards||Annie Award (2010)|
|Nominations||Academy Awards for Best Animated Short Film|
|Movies||"Day & Night" (2010)|
|TV Shows||The Merv Griffin Show, The Tonight Show, The Phil Donahue Show|