Warren Buffett Height, Weight, Age, Success, Family, Religion & Net Worth


Warren Buffett Height, Weight, Age, Bio, Family, Religion & More


Nickname Warren, Oracle of Omaha, Sage of Omaha.
Profession Businessman, Investor, Philanthropist
Full Name Warren Edward Buffett
Famous For As Oracle of Omaha

Physical States & More

Height in meters in meters- 1.78 m
Height in Feet in feet- inches- 5’8″.
Weight(approx.) in Pound- 182 Ibs
in Kilogramm- 83 kg
Eye color Black
Hair Color White
Body Measurement 34-27-35

Personal Life 

Date of birth 30 August 1930
Nationality American
Age 89 Years (As in 2020)
Years active 1951-present
Religion Christianity
Birthplace Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Gander male
Food Habits Non-vegetarian
Home town Omaha, Nebraska
School Rose Hill Elementary School & Columbia Business School
College New York Institue of Finance
University Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania & Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
Qualification Completed Bachelor of Science in business administration & Master of Science in economics
Family Members 7 members
Sister Doris Buffett, Roberta Buffett Elliott
Hobbies Playing bridge
Celebrated Name Warren Buffett
House price 23 million
Best friend Charles Thomas Munger
Children Son: Peter and Howard
Daughter: Susan
Zodiac sign Virgo

Relationship and Love Life

Marital Status Married
Affair /Girlfriend Astrid Menks (m 2006-present)
Wife/Spouse None


Wife/Spouse Astrid Menks (m 2006-present)
Parents Father: Howard Homan Buffett
Mother: Leila Stahi Buffett
Siblings Sister: Doris Buffett, Roberta Buffett Eliott
Children Son: Peter and Howard
Daughter: Susan
Mother Leila Stahi Buffett
Father Howard Homan Buffett
Grandchildren None


Favorite Politician Barack Hussein Obama

Warren Buffett Height, Weight, Age, Bio, Family, Religion & More

Favorite Actress None
Favorite Films NoneI
Favorite Country America
Hobbies Playing bridge
Favorite political party Democratic
Favorite Sports Football, basketball
Favorite Pets Dogs
Favorite Foods See’s peanut brittle, Veal parm, T-bone steak, Hash browns, Cheeseburgers, UTZ potato Stix, Dairy sundaes
Favorite Mobile phone Apple
Favorite Color White & Black
Sexual orientation Straight

Social media

Instagram Instagram
Twitter Twitter

Net worth

Net worth 120.8 billion
Salary $8 billion
Brand endorsement Fee Update Soon
Income Source Berkshire Hathaway
Monthly Income $1 billion

Fact about Warren Buffett

  • Edward Buffett, (born August 30, 1930, in Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.) American businessman and philanthropist, widely considered the most successful investor of the 20th and early 21st centuries, having defied prevailing investment trends to amass a personal fortune of more than $100 billion.
  • Buffett was the son of U.S. Rep Howard Homan Buffett.
  • Berkshire Hathaway’s business and investment model is focused on acquiring and managing businesses across multiple industries.
  • In 1951 he received his master’s degree in economics at Columbia University, where he studied under economist Benjamin Graham and furthered his education at the New York Institute of Finance.
  • Following Berkshire Hathaway’s significant investment in Coca-Cola, Buffett became director of the company from 1989 until 2006. He has also served as director of Citigroup Global Markets Holding, Graham Holdings Company.
  • In 2012 Buffett disclosed that he had been diagnosed with prostate cancer, He began undergoing radiation treatment in July and successfully completed his treatment in November.
  • In 2016 Buffett launched Drive2Vote, a website aimed at encouraging people in his Nebraska community to exercise their right to vote, as well as to assist in registering and driving voters to a polling location if they needed a ride.
  • Between 2006 and 2017, Buffett gave away close to $28 billion in charity according to a report by the USA.
  • Warren was not rich as a kid, but he was not poor either. His father was a stockholder and later elected as a congressman.
  • He spent much of his early childhood experimenting with new ventures, including selling chewing gum, stamps, golf balls, and bottle tops and delivering newspapers.
  • He drinks five cans of Coke every day,
  • It’s a lot easier to buy things sometimes than it is to sell them.
  • From everything I have learned about Warren, it seems as though he is an extremely generous man, pledging to donate almost all of his fortune to charities before he dies, which tells me that he has high morals and good values when it comes to his finances.
  • Warren Buffett got rich by making smart business moves and investing in stocks and companies. He was at one time the richest man in the world.
  • In June 2006 Buffett made an announcement that he would be giving his entire fortune away to charity, committing 85 percent of it to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This donation became the largest act of charitable giving in United States history. In 2010 Buffett and Gates announced they had formed The Giving Pledge campaign to recruit more wealthy individuals for philanthropic causes.
  • Hathaway has purchased a number of companies outright, giving it complete control over their business operations, management, and boards of directors (although it is not common practice for Berkshire to intervene in a company’s operation). Companies acquired fully by Berkshire Hathaway include GEICO, Dairy Queen, and BNSF Railway.
  • On January 30, 2018,¬† Berkshire Hathaway, JPMorgan Chase, and Amazon delivered a joint press release in which they announced plans to team up and form a new healthcare company for their U.S. employees.

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