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Howard Hughes Biography

Dibya Raj Adhikari Sat Feb, 2016
Howard Hughes

Facts of Howard Hughes

Date of Birth: 1905 , December-24
Date of Death: 1976 , April-5
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet 4 Inch
Name Little Richard
Birth Name Little Richard
Nick Name Little
Father Nigel Allen
Mother Elaine Allen
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Macon, Georgia
Ethnicity Black
Profession Musician
Net Worth $40 million
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Brown
Body Measurements 34-23-33
Breast Size 34
Waist size 23
Hip Size 33
Shoe Size 10(US)
Weight in KG 50 kg
Famous for Musician, songwriter
Married N/A
Married to Joan Rich (m. 2008)
Children Danny Jones Penniman
Divorce N/A
Working For Television
Face Color White
Education McGill University
Online Presence Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
TV Show Goddess of Love
Siblings Amelia Allen, Dan Allen
Salary N/A
Awards N/A
Religion Christianity
Boyfriend Corey Sevier
Neck Size 9.1
Movies Purple People Eater
Special Title Travel writer
Affair with Audrey Robinson
Girlfriend Audrey Robinson
Music Group Big & Rich (Since 1998), Lonestar (1992 – 1998), MuzikMafia (Since 2001)
Sisters Amy
Chest Size 44 in
Books Curbing It
Tattoo(s) 117 pounds
Albums Son of a Preacher Man

Quick Timeline of Howard Hughes

1905 Born in Humble, Texas
1917 Build Houston's first "wireless" radio transmitter
1918 Build motorized bicycle
1920 Attended Caltech
1925 Married to Ella Rice
1929 Divorced with Ella Rice
1949 Began dating Terry Moore
1957 Married to Jean Peters
1971 Divorced with Jean Peters
1968 Purchased the North Las Vegas Air Terminal
1935 Set the landplane airspeed record
1939 Won Congressional Gold Medal
1976 Howard Hughes died

Detail Timeline of Howard Hughes

December 24 , 1905

Born in Humble, Texas

Howard, who was also known by his nickname The World's Greatest Womanizer, was born as Howard Robard Hughes Jr. in Humble, Texas, United States of America to Howard R. Hughes, Sr. and Allene Stone Gano. He is an American and is of English descent.

1917

Build Houston's first "wireless" radio transmitter

Howard's secret love Tierney once said that I don't think Howard could love anything that did not have a motor in it. He was interested in science and technology since he was a child. When he was just 11, he build Houston's first "wireless" radio transmitter.

1918

Build motorized bicycle

Howard's engineering talent was not only limited to radio transmitter, he was also the inventor of motorized bicycle. He invented this motorized bicycle using the parts from his father's steam engine. He also issued the license of ham radio operators.

1920

Attended Caltech

He was deeply interested in flying, mathematics and engineering. He later joined Caltech where he took aeronautical engineering courses. He was just 14 when he joined Caltech. Besides his deep interest in math and engineering, he was also an avid golfer. 

June 1 , 1925

Married to Ella Rice

On 1st of June 1925, Howard got married to Ella Rice. Ella was the daughter of David Rice and Martha Lawson Botts of Houston. He married her shortly after he dropped out from Rice University.

December 9 , 1929

Divorced with Ella Rice

He got married to Ella Rice in 1925. But when he was married to her, he had romantic relationship with several beautiful girls. Because of his extra affairs, this married life ended in a divorce on 9th of December 1929.

1949

Began dating Terry Moore

In 1949, Howard was seen having romantic love affairs with Terry Moore. Terry Moore is also an actress from United States. This secret and romantic love life lasted till 1976. He was also in love with   Billie Dove, Faith Domergue and so on. 

January 12 , 1957

Married to Jean Peters

On 12th of January 1957, Howard got married for the second time in his life. He got married to Jean Peters. Jean Peters was an actress from United States. She was popular for being a star of 20th Century Fox.

June 18 , 1971

Divorced with Jean Peters

It is said that he dated Jean Peters since 1940s. Their romantic love life was made public in 1947. Though he loved her so much in his life, this married life came to an end on 18th of June 1971. The actual reason why they got divorced is unknown. 

1968

Purchased the North Las Vegas Air Terminal

After gaining huge success in the entertainment industry, he desired to extend his business in aviation. He also began the manufacturing company. In 1968, he bought the the North Las Vegas Air Terminal. His company was initially known as Summa Corporation. 

September 13 , 1935

Set the landplane airspeed record

Business tycoon, entrepreneur and investor, Howard Hughes was also popular for being an aviator and aerospace engineer. At the end of 1935, he made the landplane airspeed record. He set the record of 352 mph.

August 7 , 1939

Won Congressional Gold Medal

Howard Hughes was one of the successful people in the world. He was not only a business tycoon, entrepreneur and investor but also an aviator, aerospace engineer, filmmaker and philanthropist. He was honored with the Congressional Gold Medal in 1939. 

April 5 , 1976

Howard Hughes died

Flying Magazine's 51 Heroes of Aviation died on 5th of April 1976. He died on board an aircraft while he was en route from his penthouse in Mexico. Later it was claimed that he died of kidney failure. 

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On 1st of June 1925, Howard got married to Ella Rice. But when he was married to her, he had romantic relationship with several beautiful girls. Because of his extra affairs, this married life ended in a divorce on 9th of December 1929.

In 1949, Howard was seen having romantic love affairs with Terry Moore. Terry Moore is also an actress from United States. This secret and romantic love life lasted till 1976.

On 12th of January 1957, Howard got married for the second time in his life. He got married to Jean Peters. Jean Peters was an actress from United States. She was popular for being a star of 20th Century Fox. It is also said that they dated each other since 1940s. Though he loved her so much in his life, this married life came to an end on 18th of June 1971.

Howard's secret love Tierney once said that I don't think Howard could love anything that did not have a motor in it. He was interested in science and technology since he was a child. When he was just 11, he build Houston's first "wireless" radio transmitter. The following year, he also invented motorized bicycle using the parts from his father's steam engine. He was deeply interested in flying and engineering. He later joined Caltech where he took aeronautical engineering courses. Besides his deep interest in math and engineering, he was also an avid golfer. He entered into the film industry in 1927. His debut movie, Everybody’s Acting was one of the successful movies of that time. During his death, his net worth was said to be around $546 million.