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Richard Osman is an English television presenter, producer, comedian, director and novelist. The 48-year-old is best known for being the creator and co-presenter of the BBC One television quiz show Pointless. The successful programme has since expanded into Pointless Celebrities, also presented by Osman as well as Alexander Armstrong.  Series 11 of Pointless Celebrities is well underway and returns to TV screens tonight with the title “Doctors”.

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Richard Osman net worth: How much money does Pointless Celebrities presenter have?

So how much fortune has Osman’s career brought him? What is the presenter’s net worth?

Online estimates of Richard Osman’s net worth vary and the exact sum is in fact not known.

According to NetWorth Post, his wealth amounts to $1.7 Million whereas Information Cradle puts it at $1.4 million

However, he’s set to give much richer after Osman nabbed the biggest debut book deal in the UK for more than a decade.

The Briton bagged the £1.1million book deal for his debut novel The Thursday Murder Club after a bidding war between then publishers.

Osman revealed the exciting news that he was going to be a published fiction author on Twitter earlier this week.

is best known for being the creator and co-presenter of the BBC One television quiz show Pointless.Richard Osman is best known for being the creator and co-presenter of show Pointless (Image: Getty Images)

“I have news,” he told his 785,000 Twitter followers. “I’ve spent the last 18 months writing a novel, ‘The Thursday Murder Club’. A month ago I finally showed it to someone and then all this happened.” 

The novel is set in a fictional luxury retirement village and follows four

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