Jeffrey Robinson Biography, Age, Net worth, Author, Non-fiction, Radio and television, Bibliography


Jeffrey Robinson Biography

Jeffrey Robinson is an American author of 29 books. He has been described by the British Bankers’ Association as “the world’s leading financial crime author”. He has written many books that explain more about his concerns and many other related activities.

Jeffrey Robinson Age

Jeffrey Robinson was born in 1945 in Long Beach, New York United States. He is 74 years old as of 2019.

Jeffrey Robinson Net worth

Jeffrey Robinson earns his income from his businesses and from other related organizations. He also earns his income from his work as an author. He has an estimated net worth of $ 8 million dollars as of 2019.

Jeffrey Robinson Education | Family

Jeffrey Robinson is a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia (1967). Jeffrey Robinson family is under review but we will get to update his family very soon.

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Jeffrey Robinson Author

Jeffrey Robinson While still at school, he wrote for television and radio, including a weekly children’s show, and was on the writing staff of The Mike Douglas Show, a nationally televised daily talk show.

He continued working in the media during his four-year stint as an officer in the United States Air Force.

He hosted a weekly talk show regarding the public relations five generals at the height of the Vietnam War.

He also hosted a scripted and directed several film projects and short stories for national magazines and moonlighted disc jockey on local radio.

His magazine credits include Playboy, McCalls, Barron’s, Gourmet, Ambassador, True, Mademoiselle, Reader’s Digest, and TV Guide; his newspaper credits include The New York Times; The Washington Post, The San Francisco Examiner, The Christian Science Monitor, and International Herald Tribune (for which he was a major contributor of features during the 1970s).

In Britain his feature journalism has appeared in The Times, The Sunday Times, The Sunday Telegraph, Independent on Sunday and The Mail on Sunday, among others.

He moved to the UK in 1982, with more than 600 published stories and articles to his credit, to concentrate on writing books. In 2007, he returned to New York and now divides his time between the US and the UK.

Jeffrey Robinson Non-fiction

Considered “one of world’s leading experts on international financial crime,” Robinson wrote his 1995 investigative tour de force, The Laundrymen, in which he uncovered the true extent of global money laundering.

The book reveals how hundreds of billions of dirty dollars are derived mainly from the drug trade, then reinvested throughout the world by otherwise legitimate businessmen, lawyers, accountants, and bankers. Business Week described it as “[a]n indictment of governments and banks”.

Robinson scripted and hosted several television documentaries, including one for the BBC, and another for Arte in France and Germany. Both have been shown in the United States. In 1998, he published a sequel to The Laundrymen, titled The Merger How Organized Crime is Taking Over The World.

Robinson described the disturbing lengths that transnational organized criminals go in order to build multi-national corporations; explained why organized crime is the major beneficiary of globalization; and claimed that transnational organized criminals have become the most powerful special interest group on the planet.

Five years later he published another book in this series: The Sink, about crime, terrorism, and dirty money. Between 1986–1994, he published three biographies: Yamani The Inside Story, about Saudi Arabia’s former Minister of Oil Ahmed Zaki Yamani;

Rainier & Grace, written about and with the cooperation of Monaco’s sovereign family and reissued in 2014 as Grace of Monaco after the fictionalized 2014 French biopic of Grace Kelly’s life; and Bardot – Two Lives, also written with the cooperation of Brigitte Bardot.

His other non-fiction titles include: The Risk Takers (his first UK best seller) which highlighted the high-fliers of City finance, recounting their tales of money, ego, and power; The Minus Millionaires, a sequel to The Risk Takers, in which he wrote about ‘risk-takers’ who had lost fortunes;

The End of the American Century, for which Robinson gained access to secret archives in the former Soviet Union to reveal hidden agendas of the Cold War; The Hotel, stories gathered over five months as a fly on the wall in what is, arguably, the best hotel in the world;

The Manipulators A Conspiracy to Make Us Buy, exposing the marketing world’s “hidden persuaders” 40 years after Vance Packard; and Prescription Games, an insider’s view of the global pharmaceutical industry, where science and marketing are deliberately kept apart and where, all too often, profit dictates who lives and who dies.

In 2005, he wrote his first “as told to” with an old college friend, Joseph Petro: Petro’s autobiography, Standing Next to History An Agent’s Life Inside the Secret Service. In 2007, Robinson co-authored Ronnie Wood’s autobiography, documenting Wood’s years as a rock star and member of the most famous band in the world, The Rolling Stones.

In 2009, he published his third “as told to”: Leading From The Front, co-written with British entrepreneur, Gerald Ronson. His treatise on fraud, There’s a Sucker Born Every Minute A Revelation Of Audacious Frauds, Scams, And Cons How To Spot Them, How To Stop Them was published in 2010. The Takedown, subtitled “A Suburban Mom, A Coal Miner’s Son and the Unlikely Demise of Colombia’s Brutal Norte Valle Cartel”, was released on August 2011.

Jeffrey Robinson’s Criminal Intent Following The Money, the first in a series of eBooks on dirty money, crime, fraud, and corruption were published in 2012. The second book in this series, “Jeffrey Robinson’s Criminal Intent – The Swiss Wash Whiter” was published in 2013.

Jeffrey Robinson Fiction

Jeffrey Robinson has written six novels: Petrov and Other Games; The Ginger Jar; The Margin of the Bulls; The Monk’s Disciples; A True and Perfect Knight (under film option); and Trump Tower.

Jeffrey Robinson Radio and television

Robinson has appeared on NBC News, ABC News, CNN, Fox News, BBC Breakfast, BBC Newsnight, ITN, Channel 4 News, CBC, CNBC, Sky News, BBC World, NBC’s The Today Show and Bloomberg Television. He has scripted and narrated various series for BBC Radio, including one on radio stars Amos and Andy, and one on American soap operas, “Tomorrow at the Same Time”.

He also wrote the BBC Scotland’s Radio Three Drama of the Week, “Rossum’s Cyber Cafe”, based on the Karel Čapek play “RUR”. He conceived and wrote the pilot for the British crime drama series, Tightrope, for Yorkshire Television.[citation needed] He also wrote the pilot episode for a new British series on financial crime called Follow The Money.

Other television scripts include Sister Banjo and Notice of Claim. He wrote and presented a training film for financial investigators for the Metropolitan Police in London England titled “The Common Factor”.

He has scripted a film version of his biography of Brigitte Bardot, called Bardot; and a made-for-television movie version of Standing Next to History, a dramatic re-telling of the special relationship between the president of the United States (Ronald Reagan) and his Secret Service agent (Joseph Petro), called Ronnie & Joe. Robinson won the 1990 Benedictine Award as “After-Dinner Speaker of the Year”.

Jeffrey Robinson Bibliography

Non-fiction

  • BitCon – The Naked Truth About Bitcoin” (Amazon original Kindle eBook) (2014)
  • Jeffrey Robinson’s Criminal Intent – The Swiss Wash Whiter (eBook original) (2013)
  • Jeffrey Robinson’s Criminal Intent – Following The Money (eBook original) (2012)
  • The Takedown – A Suburban Mom, A Coal Miner’s Son and the Unlikely Demise of Colombia’s Brutal Norte Valle Cartel (2011)
  • There’s a Sucker Born Every Minute (2010)
  • The Sink – Crime, Terror And Dirty Money in the Offshore World (2003)
  • Prescription Games – Money, Ego, and Power Inside the Global Pharmaceutical Industry (2001)
  • The Merger – The Conglomeration of International Organized Crime (1998)
  • The Manipulators – A Conspiracy to Make Us Buy (1997)
  • The Hotel – Upstairs, Downstairs in a Secret World (1996)
  • The Laundrymen (1995)
  • Bardot – Two Lives (1994)
  • The End of the American Century (1992)
  • The Risk Takers – Five Years On (1991)
  • Rainier & Grace (1988) Reissued in 2014 as Grace of Monaco
  • Yamani – The Inside Story (1987)
  • Minus Millionaires (1986)
  • The Risk Takers – Portraits of Money, Ego, and Power (1985)
  • Teamwork – Comedy Teams in the Movies (1983)
  • Bette Davis – A Filmography (1982)
  • With Gerald Ronson: Leading from the Front – My Story (2009)
  • With Ronnie Wood: Ronnie – The Autobiography” (Life as a Rolling Stone) (2007)
  • With Joseph Petro: Standing Next to History – An Agent’s Life Inside the Secret Service (2005)

Fiction

  • Trump Tower (2012)
  • A True and Perfect Knight (1999)
  • The Monk’s Disciples (1997)
  • The Margin of the Bulls (1995)
  • The Ginger Jar (1986)
  • Pietrov and Other Games (1985)

Screenplays, teleplays, and radio plays

  • I Je t’Aime You (2008)
  • The Wake (short film) (2008)
  • Other Arrangements (short film) (2007)
  • The Confession (2007)
  • Notice of Claim (2005)
  • Bardot (2005)
  • Sister Banjo (2002)
  • Tightrope (2002) Yorkshire Television
  • Rossum’s Cyber Café BBC Radio 3 (2000)
  • Amos and AndyBBC Radio 4 (1999)
  • Same Time TomrorrowBBC Radio 4 (1999)
  • Les Blanchisseurs (1998) Arte
  • The Common Factor (1997) Metropolitan Police
  • The Laundrymen (1997) BBC Television

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