Valerie Plame Net Worth

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Net Worth:$5 Million
Date of Birth:August 13, 1963 (60 years old)
Height:1.6 m, 5 ft 2 in
Valerie Plame Net Worth:
$5 Million

Valeria Plame is a famous American spy novelist and writer who has also worked as an officer in the UNITED STATES CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY. In the 2003 Plame affair, her identity got leaked as CIA officer, but no one was charged to leak this information. She has also written a detailed memoir about her career after resignation from the CIA. She is also the writer of two crime novels.

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After college, she shifted to Washington, DC, where she got married to Sesler. She used to work at a clothing store while waiting for the results from the CIA. She got accepted in CIA officer training in the year 1985. She accurate dates of her employment in the CIA won’t be publicly released, but she might have worked there from the year 1985 to 2002. She used to serve the CIA under NOC and operated in Brussels and Athens. With her name, she used to work at several roles to gain intelligence.

Personal Life

She got married to Todd Sesler in the year 1985, but they took a divorce in the year 1989. In the year 1997, she met Joseph C. Wilson, and they got married on 3rd April in 1998. They had two kids named Trevor and Samantha together. Due to some personal indifferences, they took divorce in the year 2017. Her ex-husband, Joseph, died on 27th September in 2019 because of organ failure. Currently, she isn’t in any relationship and wants to keep her personal life away from media.

Inspirational Quotes by Valerie Plame

I think, honestly, my largest concern, there are a lot of unbalanced people out there, and all of a sudden, I'm the CIA poster girl, and our home in Washington, the front door was about 20 feet from the street. I went to the agency at a certain point and asked for security on a residence.

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I didn't appreciate how special and sometimes strange my CIA world was - until it suddenly and spectacularly ended in a newspaper column.

Valerie Plame

The Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, which in 1996 set out to ban nuclear tests, is an important step, but we need to do more - and we can.

Valerie Plame

I really believe the nexus of terrorism and nuclear weapons is the world's most ominous threat.

Valerie Plame

There is definitely a sense that when you, as a CIA ops officer... are handling assets, they are delivering to you their trust and their well-being. And you feel very protective of them, even if they're not very nice people.

Valerie Plame