Flemish novelist, playwright, poet, and columnist Herman Brusselmans has an estimated net worth of $5 million. Born in Hamme, East-Flanders, Belgium in October 1957. He attended and earned his degree from the University of Ghent and is now one of the best-selling authors in Flanders. Brusselmans’s writing works include Senseless Sailing, The Man Who Found a Job, In Trouble, Today I Am Sober, The History of Flemish Literature, Passing Away Every Sunday and Dying in the Week, Diary of a Jaded Egoist, The Canadian Wall, The End of People in 1967, History of World Literature, Ex-Writer, Ex-Lover, Ex-Drummer, The Return of Bonanza, Autobiography of Someone Else, Flowers on My Grave, The Suitcase, Pitface, Are There Canals in Aalst?, The Kiss in the Night, The Drought, Holy Fear, Beautiful Eyes, Possible Memoirs, and Run From Me. Besides, the author has his own television show and is frequently featured on talk shows. Because of his bold and straightforward statements and comments, Brusselmans has been sued numerous times to date.