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SEE ALSO: The Playboy Mansion officially sold for 0M, half of what it was listed for But the dwindling sales and popularity of the magazine (which was making Hefner merely 0,000 a year) alongside the relatively small 35 percent of ownership he had over the Playboy brand begs one question — Just exactly how much was Hugh Hefner worth upon his passing?According to the most recent public data, Hefner was worth about million.AFP PHOTO / GABRIEL BOUYS (Photo credit should read GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP/Getty Images)HOLLYWOOD, CA - APRIL 28: Playboy founder Hugh Hefner (L) and his fiancee Crystal Harris attend the TCM Classic Film Festival Opening Night Gala and World Premiere of the film 'An American In Paris' at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on April 28, 2011 in Hollywood, California. Brown/Getty Images)BEVERLY HILLS, CA - APRIL 30: Hugh Hefner and Crystal Harris attend the 55th Anniversary Thalians Gala Honoring Hugh Hefner at The Playboy Mansion on April 30, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California.
(Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Playboy)LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 11: 2016 Playmate of the Year Eugena Washington poses for a portrait during Playboy's 2016 Playmate of the Year Announcement at the Playboy Mansion on May 11, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
Recent reports claim that his wife, Crystal Harris, signed an "iron-clad"prenup and was not added to his will.
Hefner is also survived by his four children -- Cooper, Marston, Christie and David.
“It is one that goes to the heart of democracy.”His own professional path began in Chicago with a job as a promotion copywriter for Esquire magazine.
When that publication decided to move to New York, Hefner asked for a raise to his -a-week salary.While at university, he edited the campus humor magazine, Shaft, introducing a feature he called “Coed of the Month.” He also drew cartoons for the campus newspaper, The Daily Illini.At the time, he began to develop a philosophy that linked freedom of speech and the press with individual rights and a rejection of what he called “our legacy of puritan repression.” “For me, journalism isn’t just one more profession,” Hefner said years later, when donating 0,000 to endow student fellowships in the university’s school of journalism.He also started a cartoon autobiography called “School Daze,” which he continued while serving two years in the U. “My dreams came alive at the Montclare Theatre on Grand Avenue.” He remembered, as a child of the Depression, watching cinematic depictions of the roaring ’20s, “all those images of the Jazz Age, the flappers ...