Gillian Flynn is an American writer and former television viewing critic who has a net worth of twelve million. Gillian Flynn came into this world in Kansas City, Missouri in February 1971. The Faculty of Kansas was attended by her and earned a Master's degree from Northwestern Faculty. She worked as a police reporter and worked as a tv critic for Entertainment Weekly. Her first novel Sharp Objects was posted in 2006 and revolves around a serial killer and a reporter that returns to the hometown of her. Her next novel Dark Places was posted in 2009. The book has been taken into a feature film and will be introduced in the Country in November 2014. Gillian is slated to make a cameo appearance in the movie. The latest novel of her Gone Girl was posted in 2012. Flynn also had written the script for the movie adaptation which was purchased by twentieth Century Fox films for 1.5 million. The movie was launched in October 2014. Critics have accused Flynn of misogyny for the way the female characters of her are depicted. The CWA New Blood Award and Ian Fleming Steel Daggers Award was won by sharp objects. In 2014 alone, Gillian Flynn earned thirteen million, making her one of the highest paid writers on the planet.
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