Larry Page


Larry Page was born in East Lansing, Michigan, United States on March 26th, 1973 and is the Entrepreneur. At the age of 50, Larry Page biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Lawrence Edward Page, Larry
Date of Birth
March 26, 1973
United States
Place of Birth
East Lansing, Michigan, United States
50 years old
Zodiac Sign
$82.1 Billion
Computer Scientist, Engineer, Entrepreneur
Social Media
Larry Page Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 50 years old, Larry Page has this physical status:

Hair Color
Salt and pepper
Eye Color
Dark Brown
Not Available
Larry Page Religion, Education, and Hobbies
His mother is Jewish but he has made it clear that he doesn’t follow any organized religion.
Not Available
Okemos Montessori School, East Lansing High School, University, of Michigan, Stanford University
Larry Page Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Lucinda Southworth
Dating / Affair
Lucinda Southworth (2007-Present)
Carl Victor Page, Sr., Gloria Page
Carl Victor Page. Jr. (Older Brother) (Internet Entrepreneur), Beverly Page (Sister)
Other Family
Carl Davis Page (Paternal Grandfather), Pauline Aquilla Chipman (Paternal Grandmother), Samuel Weinstein (Maternal Grandfather), Mollie Shrensel (Maternal Grandmother)

Mystery billionaire businessman offers lucky influencer couple £160,000 a year to live on his private Caribbean island and post about it online, November 3, 2023
The dreamy job advert calls for a pair to oversee and maintain one of the British Virgin Islands as well as promote its transformation from a building site to a luxury paradise. Its full-time influencers would jet off to the secret island in January and share their experience of living in a 'millionaire's playground' across social media. Both the island and the new owner's name is being kept under wraps until its sale is announced but Richard Branson and Google co-founder Larry Page's islands are nearby.

Google heads to court today to face Justice Department and group of states that accuse company of antitrust violations, September 12, 2023
Already underway, the proceedings began with both sides' opening statements at 9:30am - with the Justice Department being the other principle. A veteran DoJ lawyer who served on the legal team of the government's last big monopoly case began the arguments claiming the firm abused its dominance in search through deals with wireless carriers and smartphone makers. Claiming the dealings made it so their search engine was the first thing users see when they turn on their phones and browsers, lead litigator Kenneth Dintzer said he and his team have documents 'that capture exactly' what Google did. A 30-year veteran of the justice department, he showed the court a 2007 presentation where a Google engineer allegedly said obtaining default search positions on devices from firms like Apple, LG and Samsung could be a 'powerful strategic weapon' for the company's business - and an 'Achilles heel' for rivals. The Justice Department's case hinges on claims Google knowingly orchestrated those business dealings, with the end goal of rigging the market and stomping out its competitors in the process. The government claims Google knowingly participated in the practice with goal of stomping out competition, while Google counters it faces a wide range of competition despite commanding roughly 90 percent of the internet search market. The Justice Department's case hinges on claims Google illegally orchestrated those business dealings, rigging the market in the process. It's the government's first major monopoly case in a quarter century, and the first in the age of the modern internet.

I found tropical paradise and it only took me five short hours to get there: How to do a long weekend in the Mamanuca Islands, Fiji, on a budget, August 27, 2023
The last time I travelled to Fiji I was just a little girl. It was one of my first overseas holidays with my mum, dad and sister and it felt like the most faraway land in the world. So when I decided to return two decades later as an adult, I was stunned to realise it really is just a hop, skip and jump away. Door-to-door, I was transported to Fiji's magical Mamanuca Islands - a tropical paradise located in the Pacific Ocean - in just five hours for a long weekend.