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Birth date: April 29, 1952
Birth place: Leicester, United Kingdom
Spouse:Pamela Icke (m. 2001–2008), Linda Atherton (m. 1971–2001)
Children:Gareth Icke, Jaymie Icke, Rebecca Icke, Kerry Icke
Parents:Barbara J. Icke, Beric Vaughan Icke


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David Vaughan Icke was born on 29 April 1952, in Leicester, England, UK, and is a public speaker and writer, best known to be a self-declared professional conspiracy theorist. He has written over 20 books and also made numerous DVDs. He’s also lectured all over the world, and all of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.

How rich is David Icke? As of early-2017, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $500,000, mostly earned through a successful career in writing, having written numerous books focusing on New Age conspiracies, most of which have been self-published. As he continues his endeavors, it is expected that his wealth will also increase.

David Icke Net Worth $500,000

David was born into a poor family and was very shy at a young age. He then started playing soccer, and was spotted by Coventry City, becoming the youth team’s goalkeeper, and would also play for the reserve team of Oxford United. However, he developed rheumatoid arthritis which would stop him from pursuing a career in the sport; he was forced to retire at 21 years old.

In 1973, David found work as a reporter for the Leicester Advertiser, and also worked at BBC Radio Leicester as a soccer reporter. Other companies he worked for include the Leicester Mercury and BRMB Radio. In 1976, he moved to Saudi Arabia and worked there for two months, helping the national football team. He returned because he missed his family, and would then become part of Midlands Today which earned him on-air appearances. In 1981, he became part of the program “Newsnight”, and after two years became the sports news presenter at “Breakfast Time”. He also co-hosted “Grandstand”, and published his first book about soccer entitled “It’s a Tough Game, Son!” He worked for the BBC until 1990, when the company terminated him for his refusal to pay the government’s Community Charge.

He released a second book called “It Doesn’t Have To Be Like This”, which is about the environment, and it earned him popularity as well as an increase in net worth. However, his arthritis was bothering him, and this led him to pursue unusual methods. He then tried to consult mediums which led him to write books about the theories that were revealed to him, and he started working on more New Age material, releasing the book “The Truth Vibrations” in 1991. During this period, he was only wearing turquoise and started referring to himself as a “son of the godhead”. Also in 1991, David resigned from the Green Party and would start to issue numerous extreme statements that were supposedly revealed to him by voices and automatic writing. These statements included many calamities, such as the world ending, which led to an interview by Terry Wogan for his “Wogan” radio show that essentially humiliated Icke. He would soon disappear from public life, focusing on writing more books.

In 1994, he wrote “The Robots’ Rebellion” which earned allegations that David’s work was anti-Semitic. Most of his books since then have taken some sort of anti-Semitic angle according to critics’ reviews. He was soon banned from The Green Party after it was noted that his book contained a lot of racist, prejudicial and sexist remarks. His next book “And the Truth Shall Set You Free” contained holocaust denial, but nonetheless gained some popularity, and would increase his net worth significantly.

Most conspiracy books he’s written has been translated into numerous languages in the 2000s. Since 2006, Icke has been reported to have lectured in various countries, and in 2012 he was reported to have given a 10-hour lecture to 6,000 people at the Wembley Arena.

For his personal life, it is known that David married Linda Atherton in 1971, just a few months after they met. They had two children and David also had a consented extra relationship during that time. They divorced in 2001. His second marriage was to Pamela Leigh Richards and they were married in 2001 but divorced in 2011.

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David Icke: Beyond the Cutting Edge 2010 Documentary
David Icke: Live at Oxford Union Debating Society 2008 Video documentary



David Icke: Beyond the Cutting Edge 2010 Documentary
David Icke: Live at Oxford Union Debating Society 2008 Video documentary



David Icke: Live at Oxford Union Debating Society 2008 Video documentary producer



UpsideDown Documentary post-production Himself
Ancient Aliens 2012-2014 TV Series documentary Himself
The Hidden Hand: Alien Contact and the Government Cover-Up 2013 Documentary Himself
Brand X with Russell Brand 2013 TV Series Himself
Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura 2009-2012 TV Series documentary Himself / Himself - International Conspiracy Researcher
Ulmefilm 2012 Documentary
The Ultimate 2012 Collection: Explore the Mystery of the Mayan Prophecy 2011 Documentary
Thrive 2011 Documentary Himself
David Icke in Uluru 2011 Documentary short
Radical Truth: Part One 2011 Himself
Radical Truth: Part Two 2011 Himself
David Icke: Beyond the Cutting Edge 2010 Documentary
Global Eugenics: Using Medicine to Kill 2009 Documentary Himself
The American Matrix: Age of Deception 2009 Documentary Himself
2012: An Awakening 2009 Video documentary Himself - Author / Journalist
The Fall of America and the Western World 2009 TV Series documentary Himself
David Icke: Live at Oxford Union Debating Society 2008 Video documentary Himself
Comedy Lab 2007 TV Series Himself
Wogan Now & Then 2006 TV Series Himself
Historyonics 2004 TV Series documentary Archery Pundit #2
Penn & Teller: Bullshit! 2003 TV Series documentary Himself - Author
Na rubu znanosti 2002 TV Series Himself (2002)
The Secret Rulers of the World 2001 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself
History's Mysteries 2001 TV Series Himself - Author, 'The Biggest Secret'
Have I Got News for You 1994 TV Series Himself
Wogan 1989 TV Series
Breakfast Time 1983-1985 TV Series Himself - Sports Presenter / Himself - Sports Correspondent
Saturday Superstore 1982-1985 TV Series documentary Himself - Presenter / Himself / Himself - Sports Presenter / ...
World Championship Snooker 1973 TV Series Presenter
Grandstand 1958 TV Series Presenter

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Dafabet Masters 2014 TV Series Himself
2012 Crossing Over: A New Beginning 2012 Documentary Himself
Age of Deceit: Fallen Angels and the New World Order 2012 Video documentary Himself (uncredited)
9/11 Truth: Hollywood Speaks Out 2011 Documentary Himself
Zeitgeist 2007 Video documentary Himself
The Very Best of 'Have I Got News for You' 2002 Video Himself
The Secret Rulers of the World 2001 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself

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