William A. Marovitz Net Worth

William A. Marovitz was born on September 29, 1944 in United States, is Lawyer & Politician. William A. Marovitz is an American lawyer and a Democratic statesman whose expansive career saw him playing different roles including that of a lawyer, a politician, a restaurateur and a real estate businessman. He served both as Member of the Illinois Senate and as Member of the Illinois House of Representatives. He earned much repute as one of the most remarkable legislators of Illinois, and honoured with several ‘Best Legislator’ awards from different organisations of Illinois. He held several imminent positions including being the Vice Chairman of the Senate Public Health Committee and Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. The latter capacity saw him playing an instrumental role in advocating for stricter gun control legislation in Illinois. He authored and passed several legislations including the first Safe School Zone law of the nation. He was instrumental in revoking the pre-marital aids test and remained a leading promoter of the Gay Rights bill. In the early 1990s, he took retirement from the Senate to focus on his business endeavours. Eventually, he became well-known in the world of real estate in Chicago. He is still active as a Democrat and presently serves as committeeman of Central Committee of the state Democratic Party.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Lawyer & Politician
Birth Day September 29, 1944
Birth Place United States
Age 76 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Libra
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) Christie Hefner (m. 1995; div. 2013)
Relations Abraham Lincoln Marovitz (paternal uncle)

💰 Net worth: $100,000

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Biography/Timeline

1995

In 1995, Marovitz married Christie Hefner, who was CEO of Playboy Enterprises until January 2009. They had no children and split up in 2012.

2011

Marovitz was sued by the Securities Exchange Commission for allegedly using inside information to trade illegally in shares of Playboy. In 2011, he settled out of court for $168,352.