Cash Peters Net Worth


Cash Peters’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Cash Peters was born on 6 June, 1956 in Stockport, United Kingdom, is a British author and broadcaster. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Cash Peters’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Age 65 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 6 June 1956
Birthday 6 June
Birthplace Stockport, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

What is Cash Peters’s net worth?

Cash Peters’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Cash Peters is 65 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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His next book, Why Your Life Matters (2014 Penner) is a spiritual work, which is written in the form of a novel. A fourth travel book, The Best Vacation Ever! The Highs And Woes Of River Cruising In Provence (2014 Penner) followed. This is an account of the author’s trip down the river Rhône with a group of friends, taking in the tours along the way. Cash Peters is a regular contributor to Spirituality and Health magazine.


In 2011 a third travel book, A Little Book About Believing, The Transformative Healing Power of Faith, Love And Surrender (Penner) was published. This details Peters’ experiences at The House of John of God in Brazil. In 2012 he wrote his first mystery novels, Force of Habit: Sister Madeleine Investigates ( Penner) and Horror At Horsfield Lodge: A Chillingley Village Mystery (Penner).


Peters appeared for two seasons in the Travel Channel TV show Stranded with Cash Peters, and wrote the book Naked in Dangerous Places about his experiences. In 2003 he wrote Gullible’s Travels: The Adventures of a Bad Taste Tourist. following his radio series The Bad Taste Tours, which won the Benjamin Franklin Literary Award for Humor. Until January 2012 he contributed a short show business segment on BBC Radio Five Live’s Up All Night with Rhod Sharp, and appeared as a commentator on American Public Media’s Marketplace.


1990 saw the publication of his first book, The World Domination Handbook (New English Library), a light hearted parody. He also writes on handwriting analysis, including three books: The Telltale Alphabet, with Loveday Miller (Corgi 1995), Instant Insight (Grand Central Publishing 1998), and Love Letters: Let His Handwriting Be Your Guide (Citadel 2003). In 1997 he moved to Los Angeles, California, where he lives with his partner.


Peters was born in Stockport, England. By 15, he had written material for radio and TV shows including The Two Ronnies and The News Huddlines. After graduating from the University of Hull with a law degree he was employed at the High Court of Justice in London, and in his spare time worked as a reporter on Capital Radio’s The Way It Is news magazine. He turned to full-time journalism, winning several awards for travel reporting and presented Wildfire, a series of travel specials on BBC Radio. In 1987 his series Around the World in Ninety Seconds won the Best Light Entertainment Writer Award at the New York Radio Festival. In 1994 he co-presented the ITV game show, Talking Telephone Numbers.


In 1979, Peters staged an elaborate April Fool’s joke on Capital Radio’s Sunday Soapbox, posing as a concerned listener who claimed the government planned to cancel the following two Thursdays to correct errors that had occurred due to switching the clocks back and forth every year to account for British Summer Time. Forty-eight hours had accumulated altogether, and under “Operation Parallax” the following two Thursdays would be cancelled and the calendar would jump from Wednesday to Friday.


Cashman “Cash” Peters (born 6 June 1956) is a British author and broadcaster who writes on travel and spiritual matters, and has published two mystery novels. He is also a handwriting analyst.

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