Jeffrey Archer Net Worth: $200 Million
Born in London, England in April 1940. English author and politician Jeffrey Archer has an estimated net worth of $200 million. From 1969 to 1974, he was made a Member of Parliament for Louth but left the job due to a financial scandal that nearly cost him most of his fortune. In 1985, he was appointed deputy chairman of the Conservative Party but retired from the post only a year later due to another scandal. From 2001 to 2003, he was jailed for perjury and perverting the court of justice. As an author, Archer has sold more than 250 million copies globally. His jail time left him many inspirations for creating his Prison diaries series including Hell – Belmarsh, Purgatory – Wayland, and Heaven – North Sea Camp. He was also an author to the Kane and Abel series which includes Shall We Tell the President?, Kane and Abel, and The Prodigal Daughter. He has also written the novels Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less, First Among Equals, A Matter of Honour, As the Crow Flies, Honour Among Thieves, The Fourth Estate, The Eleventh Commandment, Sons of Fortune, False Impression, The Gospel According to Judas, A Prisoner of Birth, and Paths of Glory. His other literary works include plays, children’s books, and short story collections. His latest work is the Clifton Chronicles which includes Only Time Will Tell, The Sins of the Father, Best Kept Secret, Be Careful What You Wish For, and Mightier Than the Sword.