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|Birth date:||February 12, 1975|
|Birth place:||North Andover, Massachusetts, United States|
|Profession:||Video Game Producer, Video Game Designer|
|Spouse:||Lauren Berggren (m. 2012)|
|Awards:||BAFTA games awards,|
|Record labels:||Blue Brick label, Boss Key Productions|
|Nominations:||BAFTA Games Award for Best Game (2007)|
|TV shows:||‘The Palace of Deceit: Dragon's Plight’ (1991), ‘Tyrian’ (1995), ‘Unreal’ franchise games (1998-2002), ‘Devastation’ (2003), ‘Gears of War 3’ (2011)|
Cliff Bleszinski Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016
Clifford Michael Bleszinski, better known under the name of Cliff B is one of the richest businessmen in the industry of computer games. Currently, it has been estimated that the total amount of Cliff Bleszinski net worth is as high as 15 million dollars. Cliff has earned most of his net worth as a designer of video games. He had been working for ‘Epic Games’ company as a design director for a number of years which has also been a significant source of Bleszinski’s net worth. He has been a nominee for BAFTA games awards three times. Cliff has been active in the industry for more than twenty years.
Cliff Bleszinski Net Worth $15 Million
Clifford Michael Bleszinski was born on February 12, 1975 in North Andover, Massachusetts, United States. Since his early childhood he has been a passionate player of video games. When he was 13 years old, he was recognised as one of the best players in ‘Nintendo Power’ magazine after he accumulated 9,999,950 points, the highest possible score, on the ‘Super Mario Bros’ game. His only brother, Tyler Bleszinski, is also associated with the computer industry, as he became a popular blogger.
Cliff Bleszinski has been accumulating his net worth since he was 17 years old, after he designed his first video game entitled ‘The Palace of Deceit: Dragon’s Plight’ (1991). After the founder of Epic Games, Tim Sweeney, saw the game Cliff received an invitation to work for the company. Bleszinski worked for Epic Games ‘til 2012, and during that time he released many video games including ‘Dare to Dream Volume One: In a Darkened Room’ (1993), ‘Jazz Jackrabbit’ franchise games (1994 – 1995), ‘Tyrian’ (1995), ‘Unreal’ franchise games (1998-2002), ‘Devastation’ (2003), ‘Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30’ (2005), ‘Gears of War’ (2006), ‘Gears of War 2’ (2008), ‘Shadow Complex’ (2009), ‘Fat Princess’ (2009), ‘Lost Planet 2’ (2010), ‘Bulletstorm’ (2011) and ‘Gears of War 3’ (2011). He worked as a producer of games, design director, working on the art and graphics of the games.
Currently, Cliff is working on the following video games: ‘Superhot’ (2015) which is going to be released under the Blue Brick label, and ‘BlueStreak’ (working title) (2015) which is going to be released under the label Boss Key Productions. It is expected that the games will increase Cliff’s net worth, too.
Bleszinski also added to his net worth while working on films. He worked as a consultant on the film ‘Stay Alive’ (2006) directed by William Brent Bell, and in the comedy skits ‘Mega64’ created by Rocco Botte, Derrick Acosta and Shawn Chatfield. Moreover, Cliff Bleszinski has appeared as an actor in the web series ‘Jake and Amir’ (2011) produced by Ed Helms, Amir Blumenfeld and Jake Hurwitz, and ‘Sonic for Hire’ (2013). Acting has also increased Cliff Bleszinski’s net worth. He has been working on the studio album of ‘Starbomb’, ‘I Choose You TO DIE!!’ (2014).
Since 2014, Cliff has been the owner of a bar in Raleigh, North California. In 2012, Cliff Bleszinski has married his wife Lauren Berggren.
More about Cliff Bleszinski:
|Gears of War||executive producer announced|
|The No Hand King||2016||Documentary short producer|
|Video Games: The Movie||2014||Documentary executive producer|
|Unreal II: The Awakening||2003||Video Game executive producer|
|Unreal Tournament 2003||2002||Video Game producer|
|Unreal Championship||2002||Video Game producer|
|Jazz Jackrabbit 2||1999||Video Game co-producer|
|Jazz Jackrabbit||1994||Video Game executive producer: graphics|
|Shadow Complex||2009||Video Game design consultant: design: Epic Games|
|Unreal Tournament||1999||Video Game level designer|
|Unreal||1998||Video Game game designer / level designer|
|Video Game High School||2013||TV Series||TheJackrabbit|
|Gears of War: Ultimate Edition||2015||Video Game lead designer|
|Gears of War||2006||Video Game lead designer|
|Lost Planet²||2010||Video Game design director: Epic Games Inc. - Xbox 360 version only|
|The No Hand King||2016||Documentary short special thanks|
|Spike TV VGA Video Game Awards||2011||TV Special||Himself (as Cliffy B)|
|NerdHQ||2011||TV Series||Himself - Panelist|
|Late Night with Jimmy Fallon||2010-2011||TV Series||Himself - Design Director: Epic Games / Himself|
|The Jace Hall Show||2008-2011||TV Series||Himself|
|X-Play||2010-2011||TV Series||Himself - Design Director, Epic Games / Himself - Designing Director, Gears of War 3 / Himself / ...|
|Gamers Heart Japan||2011||Video documentary||Himself - Design Director, Epic Games|
|Coin-Op TV||2007||Video documentary||Himself|
|Gears of War: The Race to Launch||2006||TV Movie||Himself|
|Gears of War: The Race to E3||2006||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Pre-Phoria||2003||TV Movie documentary||Panelist (Game & level developer, Epic Games)|
|G-Phoria||2003||TV Movie documentary||Himself (as Cliffy B.)|
|6th Annual Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences Awards||2003||TV Special documentary||Himself|
|Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed||2016||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Metal Gear Solid: Legacy||2015||Documentary short||Himself|
|Video Games: The Movie||2014||Documentary||Himself|
|Game Talk Live||2014||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|2007||BAFTA Games Award||BAFTA Awards||Best Action and Adventure Game||Gears of War (2006)||· Rod Fergusson
· Mike Capps
|2007||BAFTA Games Award||BAFTA Awards||Best Gameplay||Gears of War (2006)|
|2007||BAFTA Games Award||BAFTA Awards||Best Game||Gears of War (2006)||· Rod Fergusson
· Mike Capps
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|1||At age 13, Cliff Bleszinski (of North Andover, Massachusetts, USA) was featured in the first issue of video game magazine, Nintendo Power (July/August 1988) as one of a handful of players who earned the highest possible score on the Nintendo Entertainment System's (NES) Super Mario Bros. (1985) (9,999,950 points).|
|2||Announced his departure from Epic Games, an American video game development company on October 3, 2012 where he had worked for 20 years.|
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