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Gabriel Garcia Marquez had two sons and a daughter.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez initially started studying law. However, he developed an interest in Journalism later.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez was a journalist, screenwriter, short-story writer, and novelist from Aracataca, Colombia. He was also known as Gabito or Gabo across Latin America. He has received Nobel Prize in Literature for his work in journalism and his novels. He was a famous writer in the 20th century, especially in Spanish. He was famous for writing novels like 'Love In The Time Of Cholera,' 'The Autumn Of The Patriarch,' and 'One Hundred Years Of Solitude.' We will also discuss his writing, books, and interests.
The estimated net worth of Gabriel Garcia Marquez is $10 million as of 2022.
The exact amount of income earned by Gabriel Garcia Marquez is not known.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez was 5 ft 7 in (172 cm) in height.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez was 87 when he died in 2014 in Mexico City.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez was born to Luisa Santiaga Marquez Iguaran and Gabriel Eligio Garcia on March 6, 1927. Until he was eight, Marquez was brought up by his maternal grandparents. At 14, Marquez received a scholarship and attended Jesuit Liceo Nacional secondary school. He initially went to the National University and later moved to the University of Cartagena.
Garcia Marquez married Mercedes Barcha Pardo in 1958. The couple had two sons, Rodrigo and Gonzalo.
He became a journalist and started working for local newspapers El Heraldo and El Universal. In 1955, he published 'Leaf Storm' his first novella.
'No One Writes To The Colonel' and 'In Evil Hour' were released in 1961 and 1962. The 1967's novel 'One Hundred Years Of Solitude' is widely acclaimed. He worked on non-fiction titled 'The Story Of A Shipwrecked Sailor' in the '70s. Marquez published 'Love In The Time of Cholera' in 1985. This novel was adapted into a movie with the same name by Mike Newell, a British director who shot the movie in Colombia.
Marquez is best known as a Nobel Laureate from Colombia. He was the fourth person from Latin America and the first from Colombia to receive a Nobel Prize.
In 1972, Garcia Marquez received one of the most prestigious literary awards, the Neustadt International Prize for Literature. For his short stories and novels, Garcia Marquez received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982.
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