Annie Leibovitz Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Annie Leibovitz Net Worth $20 Million Dollars
Annie Leibovitz net worth: Annie Leibovitz is an American portrait photographer who has a net worth of $20 million dollars. Annie Leibovitz was born in Waterbury, Connecticut, and grew up all around the world, as her father was a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force. She became Leader Photographer in 1973 and held the occupation for the next ten years. She’s since gone on to become among the most recognized celebrity photographers ever.
Annie Leibovitz Fiscal Troubles That loan eventually ballooned to $24 million. In 2009, Artwork Capital Group sued Annie for failing to repay such loans. Liebovitz has since worked to restructure her debt and pay back the loan to avoid losing her life’s work which she was made to make use of as collateral. In 2012 she recorded her New York City Townhouse for $33 million. The house finally sold in 2012 for $28.5 million. In June 2014, Annie purchased an $11.25 million apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, indicating that her fiscal problems had finally been settled.
October 2, 1949
Waterbury, Connecticut, United States
San Francisco Art Institute
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Sam Leibovitz, Marilyn Leibovitz
Honorary Clio Award, Glamour Award for The Visionary
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She was the first female, chief photographer for Jann Wenner's "Rolling Stone Magazine," a post she held from 1973 to 1983. However, she was not first female to photograph a cover for the magazine. That distinction belongs to Linda McCartney with her blue solarized portrait of Eric Clapton captured for the cover of the May 11, 1968 issue.
She was the last person to professionally photograph John Lennon alive (early on the day he was assassinated). However, the very last person to photograph Lennon, shortly before he was fatally shot, was amateur photographer Paul Goresh.
Her most famous photos include those of a nude John Lennon, hugging a clothed Yoko Ono, taken in the morning before his death, Demi Moore with a suit painted on her body, Whoopi Goldberg lying in a bathtub full of milk, Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi with their faces painted blue and recently Queen Elizabeth II during her US visit in 2007.
After ten years as chief photographer of "Rolling Stone" magazine, she has been a featured portrait photographer for "Vanity Fair" since 1983.
Being one of the world's leading portrait photographers, her style is marked by a close collaboration between the photographer and the subject.
Her father was a United States Air Force lieutenant colonel, her mother worked as a modern dance instructor.
Has three children: daughter Sarah Cameron, born in October 2001, when Annie was 52 years old, and her twins Susan and Samuelle, born to a surrogate mother in May 2005.
Longtime companion of essayist Susan Sontag from the mid 1980s until Sontag's death.