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  • Tim Berners-Lee Biography, Age, Wife, Children, Family, Wiki & More

    Updated On : March 12, 2019

    Other Name: TBL, TimBL, Sir Timothy John Berners-Lee
    Other Professions: Engineer Professor Scientist Inventor Founder

    Tim Berners-Lee Age, Birthday Facts and Birthday Countdown

    64 years, 11 months, 20 days old age Tim Berners-Lee will turn 65 on 08 June, 2020. Only 10 days, 5 hours, 20 minutes has left for his next birthday.

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    Tim Berners-Lee has celebrated the total number of 64 birthdays till date. See the analysis by days count and bar graph.

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    Short Biography

    Tim Berners-Lee was born on 08-06-1955 in London, England, United Kingdom. He is an English/British Computer Scientist, Engineer, Professor, Scientist, Inventor & Founder of WWW (World Wide Web).

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    Tim Berners-Lee Complete Bio & Career

    Tim Berners-Lee is an extraordinary computer scientist. Also referred as TimBL, he belongs to England. He is the creator of the marvelous WWW (World Wide Web). Raised an Anglican, he turned away from religion in his youth. After having children, he became a Unitarian Universalist. Born in London, England, he attended Sheen Mount Primary School. He attended the Emanuel School in London from 1969 to 1973 before going to Queen’s College, Oxford to receive Bachelor of Arts degree in physics which he passed with first class.
    Bernes-Lee worked as an Engineer at Plessey in Poole, Dorset. Then he started as an independent contractor at CERN in June 1980 before he went to work at incumbent John Poole’s Image Computer Systems in Bournemouth. He gained experience in computer networking here before returning to CERN in 1984. Knighted by Queen Elizabeth II, he is the WWW (World Wide Web) Consortium director and the founder of the World Wide Web Consortium. He is a senior researcher and holder of the founder's Chair at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.
    Berners-Lee has bagged a number of honours and awards. Appointed as the Order of Merit by the Queen in 2007, he was the elected Fellow of the Royal Society in 2001. Manchester,  Yale and Harvard Universities have conferred honorary degrees on him. In 2017 he was bestowed with the Turing Award for inventing the WWW (World Wide Web).

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    Tim Berners-Lee Family, Relatives and Other Relations

    He was born to Conway Berners-Lee and Mary Lee Woods.He married Nancy Carlson in 1990. The couple though divorced in 2011 and together they had two children. In 2014, he went through a second marriage with Rosemary Leith who is the director of the WWW (World Wide Web) Foundation and a fellow at Harvard University’s Palace in London.

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    Skin Colour White
    Eye Colour Blue
    Hair Colour Salt & Pepper (Half Bald)

    Personal Info

    Home Town London
    Nationality British
    Religion Christian
    Address London, England
    School Emanuel School, London
    College The Queen's College, Oxford
    Qualification BA
    Hobbies Reading
    Marital Status Married
    Salary N/A
    Net Worth $60 Million
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    Car Collections Bentley and Rolls Royce


    Favorite Sport Football

    Shocking / Interesting Facts & Secrets About Tim Berners-Lee

    • He received a knighthood in 2004 from Queen Elizabeth II.
    • He was honored during the opening ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics which were held in London.
    • He in an interview admitted that the pair of slashes (//) that he designed in web addresses were actually unnecessary. He said he could have designed URLs without them, but at that point of time, he didn't realised that at that point of time.
    • He was one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Important People of the 20th Century.

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