Gabe Rotter Net Worth
Sometimes we have questions about: “How tall is Gabe Rotter?” At the moment, 17.04.2019, we have next information/answer:
How much money make Gabe Rotter? We spent 23 hours on research, and editing, to review the post. Source Income: Celebrities
At the moment we have a few values about net worth, income, the salary of Gabe Rotter. From our readers*.
*This information may be unreliable.
$84’000’000. *It was submitted by Yance Fouraker, 52 years old. Job: (Reporter). From Upham, North Dakota
$61’000’000. *It was submitted by Debora Mumford, 25 years old. Job: (Ammonium-Nitrate Crystallizer). From Magnetic Springs, Ohio
$71’000’000. *It was submitted by Rae, 44 years old. Job: (Assembler, Watch Train). From Paynesville, Minnesota
How tall is Gabe Rotter? We have some values from our visitors.**You Can send your information about net worth, height, weight, etc by our submission form below.
1,62m.**It was submitted by Bernelle Ferreira, 41 years old. From Coral, Pennsylvania.
1,83m.***It was submitted by Dilly Steen, 57 years old. Job: (Outboard-Motor Inspector). From Loyalton, California.
How big is Gabe Rotter weight?
69kg.**It was submitted by Read Kavalieris, 32 years old. Job: (Gas-Meter-Installer Helper). From Bismarck, Arkansas.
77kg.***It was submitted by Ophelia, 26 years old. Job: (Sales Representative, Fuels). From Spencer, North Carolina.
Gabe Rotter information
Birth date and age: 1978-04-16
Profession: Miscellaneous Crew, Producer, Actor
Education:University of Southern California
Gabe Rotter is an American novelist, author of Simon & Schusters Duck Duck Wally and The Human Bobby.Rotter grew up on Long Island, New York, attended Syosset High School, and earned a film degree from the University of Southern California. Rotter began his career as a production assistant and later the writersassistant on the popular paranormal television show The X-Files, working under series creator Chris Carter. When the television series ended, Rotter wrote his first novel, Duck Duck Wally, which was published in 2008 by Simon & Schuster. …pays entertaining dividends in this slapstick send-up of show business in general and hip-hop in particular,” commented a Kirkus Reviews critic. The novel’s protagonist is Wally Moscowitz, a self-described frumpy, chubby Jewish man in his thirties, whose day job is a big secret: he is ghostwriter for the worlds most infamous gangsta rapper, Oral B.A Publishers Weekly reviewer noted that “Rotter’s a talented writer,” while the Kirkus Reviews critic called the book a novel for readers who possess “no aversion to… satire or affinity for political correctness.” Booklist called the book Clever and funny. Rotter continued to work for Chris Carter as Director of Development for Carters Ten Thirteen Productions. In 2010, Rotter published his second novel from Simon & Schuster, titled The Human Bobby, the story of a doctor who, after a series of strange and tragic events, winds up homeless, and trying to puzzle together the events that lead to his downfall. About the book, Booklist said An oddly constructed novel, but an oddly endearing one, too, with a protagonist you can’t help rooting for.
If you don’t agree with the information, please, use the form to submit more true information or just comment the post.