Ian Halperin was born on 17 August 1964 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, to a Canadian family. As of 2020, Halperin is 55 years old.
Regarding his educational qualification, he is a graduate of Concordia University.
As of 2020, Ian Halperin is estimated to have a net worth of $2 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
He mainly made his fortune from his successful career as an investigative journalist, writer, producer, and documentary filmmaker.
Canadian investigative journalist has authored over 15 books. According to a source, Ian Halperin gets a reasonable sum of money as the royalties from the books sold.
Here is the list of the book and price of it in online e-commerce site, Amazon:
|Kardashian Dynasty: The Controversial Rise of America's Royal Family||$18.87||$11.99|
|Unmasked: The Final Years of Michael Jackson||$15.99||$25.00|
|Who Killed Kurt Cobain? The Mysterious Death of an Icon||$44.23||Paperback: $814.57|
|Hollywood Undercover||$17.01||Paperback: $814.57|
|Fire And Rain: The James Taylor Story||$29.99||Paperback: $3.59|
Moreover, his other creations include Brangelina: The Untold Story of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie ($8.00), Whitney and Bobbi Kristina ($26.00), The Best CEOs: How the Wild, Wild Web Was Won ($18.48), Celine Dion: Behind The Fairytale – A Very, Very, Unauthorized Biography ($34.50) and The Governator: From Muscle Beach to His Quest for the White House, the Improbable Rise of Arnold Schwarzenegger ($21.41) to name a few.
His books mostly talk about musicians, supermodels, and celebrities.
The New York Times best-selling author is also a director and producer.
He has around six producing and directing credits. So far, he has directed and produced documentaries like Wish You Weren't Here: The Dark Side of Roger Waters, Broken: The Incredible Story of Brangelina, Cashing Gaga, Gone Too Soon and His Highness Hollywood among others.
In addition, he also produced TV series, Charlie Sheen: Hollywood Balck Book, which shows the life of American actor Charlie Sheen.
Besides that, Ian appeared in the 2003 movie The Reagans and 2004 film The Aviator, however, both of his appearances are uncredited.