Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts
University of Seville, Seville, Spain
Graduate in Art History Course
Film- The Da Vinci Code Books- Angels & Demons (2000)
Father- Richard G. Brown (American mathematician) Mother- Connie Brown Brother- Gregory Brown Sister- Valerie Brown
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New York, NY 10022
The main cardinal called for lawful action against the film "The Da Vinci Code" and the book, saying that they were antagonistic to Jesus Christ and the Catholic church.
Of Mice and Men (John Steinbeck), Gödel, Escher, Bach (Douglas Hofstadter), Kane and Abel (Jeffrey Archer)
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Son- David Chinchilla
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Some Lesser Known Facts About Dan Brown
Does Dan Brown smoke?: No.
Does Dan Brown drinks alcohol?: Not Known
Dan Brown was driven to compose a book in the wake of reading The Doomsday Conspiracy by Sydney Sheldon. Brown wrote the book while he was on a getaway in Tahiti.
Before turning into an essayist, Dan Brown had attempted his luck at music and discharged a few collections. Strangely, one of his collections got titled Angels and Demons, a title he used later for one of his books.
Dan Brown gains millions through his books, yet he never takes a day away from work. Dan Brown gets up each morning at 4 A.M and composes seven days.
Dan Brown’s best book, The DaVinci Code has sold more than 81 million copies around the world.
In 2005, Dan Brown was accounted for to have earned $76.5 million from his composition alone. That year he was recorded in Time magazine’s 100 most compelling individuals list. His total assets are accounted for to be over $120 million USD.
Regardless of being a writer, Dan Brown dislikes reading fiction and thinks that it’s hard to overcome in the reading of a novel.
Dan Brown enjoys an each hour from writing to do push ups! He keeps an antique hourglass around his work area with the goal that he can enjoy a brief reprieve each hour to do push-ups, sit-ups and extending works out.
Dan and his wife both showed up in the film arrangement of The Da Vinci Code. In the scene where Langdon is marking book bargains, they are out of sight.