Morry Schwartz Net Worth 2023, Wife, Children, Salary, Age

Morry Schwartz net worth

Born on March 11, 1948, Morry Schwartz is an Australian publisher. He was formerly a property developer. He is also known as the owner of Schwartz Publishing, the publisher of the influential Quarterly Essay, The Monthly, and The Saturday Paper.

Morry Schwartz net worth

Morry Schwartz was born around 1948 in Vámospércs, Hungary. His parents, Andor and Margaret (Baba) Schwartz, were both Holocaust survivors. Andor’s parents, brother and sister, and extended family were murdered during the Holocaust. Baba herself was a survivor of Auschwitz.

He and his parents were smuggled across the border to Germany in 1949 when he was one year old, in order to migrate to the newly established state of Israel, where he spent most of the next nine years. A visit from Baba’s sister, who had also survived the Holocaust and had made her home in Australia, convinced Andor that there were new opportunities on the other side of the world.

Morry and his family arrived in Melbourne in 1958, the day before Rosh Hashanah. After finishing school at the selective Melbourne High, he studied architecture briefly before deciding he didn’t have the patience for six years of theory. He dropped out to travel, spending time in Indonesia and Cambodia, before returning to get into the film business.

In 1973, with three friends, Schwartz began a company, Outback Press, the start of his publishing empire. But he also launched a concrete pouring company, Aardvark, which evolved into a property development group, called Pan Urban.

Morry Schwartz spouse

Morry Schwartz is married to Anna Schwartz.

Morry Schwartz Age

Morry Schwartz was born in Vámospércs, Hungary, and is age 75.

Morry Schwartz height: How tall is Morry Schwartz?

According to Wiki, Morry Schwartz has a height of 1.75m.

Morry Schwartz net worth

Morry Schwartznet worth net worth is estimated at around $5 million. His salary per month and other career earnings are over $312,000 annually.

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