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First name : Tite

🔯 Sun sign: Cancer

🌍 Born in: Fuchu, Japan

Famous As: artist - illustrator

🎂 Birthday: June 26, 1977

Age: 42 years , 42 year Old Male

Net Worth: $50 Million

Profession: Mangaka, Writer

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About

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Tite Kubo was born on 26, 1977 (age 43 years) in Japan. He is one of the successful Mangaka, Writers. He joined movies and tvshows named Bleach, Bleach - Memories of Nobody, Bleach - Fade to Black, Bleach - Hell Verse. His popular books are Zombie Powder (2000), Masked: Official character (2011), Bleach 3 (2002), Bleach, Vol. 1 (Library E... (2001) and Bleach, Vol. 3: Memories... (2011).
Manga artist whose popular series Bleach sold upwards of 78 million copies by 2012 and spanned more than 556 chapters by the end of 2013.

Net Worth

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Tite Kubo's estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been updated below. Let's check, How Rich is Tite Kubo in 2019-2020?
According to Forbes, Wikipedia, IMDB, and other reputable online sources, Tite Kubo has an estimated net worth of $50 Million at the age of 43 years old in year 2020. He has earned most of his wealth from his thriving career as a Mangaka, Writer from Japan. It is possible that He makes money from other undiscovered sources

Before Fame

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His decision to pursue manga art came after reading Saint Seiya when he was 17; he broke through with "Ultra Unholy Hearted Machine" for Weekly Shonen Jump in 1996.

Trivia

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His "Bleach" series was translated into a film franchise and "Bleach B-Station," a radio program, on which he made an appearance in the 112th episode.

Family life

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His family was residing in Hiroshima Prefecture when he was born. He got married in December 2012.

Associated with

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He was heavily influenced by Gegege no Kitaro, which was the work of Shigeru Mizuki.

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