Larry Page – MBTI Personality Profile with Bio, Career Stats ,News and Net worth

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Born Name

Lawrence Edward Page

Nick Name


Larry Page in the European Parliament on June 17, 2009

Concluded Personality is INTJ

Current net worth Forbes $50.8 M


<figcaption class="wp-caption-text">Larry Page as clicked in September 2003 (Ehud Kenan / Flickr / CC BY 2.0)</figcaption>


Larry Page is currently 45 according to his birthdate March 26, 1973

Sun Sign


Born Place

East Lansing, Michigan, United States


Palo Alto, California, United States





In 1975, Larry Page got enrolled at the Okemos Montessori School (later got renamed as Montessori Radmoor). He studied there till 1979. He later studied at the East Lansing High School and graduated in 1991.

After high school graduation, he got admission in the University of Michigan from where he graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Science in computer engineering. He then got enrolled at the Stanford University and graduated with a Master of Science in computer science.

Larry eventually got enrolled in a Ph.D. program in computer science department of Stanford.




Internet entrepreneur and computer scientist


  • Father – Carl Victor Page, Sr. (Professor in computer science department of Michigan State University)
  • Mother – Gloria Page (Taught computer programming at Michigan State University and at Lyman Briggs College)
  • Siblings – Carl Victor Page. Jr. (Older Brother) (Internet Entrepreneur), Beverly Page (Sister)


Larry Page can be reached through Google Inc.




5 ft 11¼ in or 181 cm


74 kg or 163 lbs

Girlfriend / Spouse

Larry Page has dated

  1. Lucinda Southworth (2007-Present) – Page got married to research scientist Lucinda Southworth in 2007 in a lavish wedding held on Necker Island, which is owned by British entrepreneur Richard Branson. Over the course of their marriage, Lucinda has given birth to two children in 2009 and 2011.

Larry Page <figcaption class="wp-caption-text">Larry Page sitting in the crowd during a seminar (Jakub Mosur (Bloom Energy) / Flickr / CC BY 2.0)</figcaption></figure>

Race / Ethnicity


On his mother’s side, he has Jewish ancestry.

Hair Color

Salt and pepper

Eye Color

Dark Brown

Sexual Orientation


Distinctive Features

  • Salt and pepper hair
  • Smile

Brand Endorsements

Larry Page hasn’t done endorsement work for any brand.

Larry Page in the European Parliament on June 17, 2009 <figcaption class="wp-caption-text">Larry Page in the European Parliament on June 17, 2009 (Marcin Mycielski, European Parliament / Wikimedia / CC BY-SA 4.0)</figcaption></figure>


His mother is Jewish but he has made it clear that he doesn’t follow any organized religion.

Best Known For

  • Being the co-founder of the iconic search engine, Google and having served as the chief executive officer (CEO) of Alphabet Inc. which is Google’s parent company.
  • Being one of the richest men in the world with a net worth of more than $50 billion as of March 2018.

First Film

Larry hasn’t been cast in any theatrical film till date.

First TV Show

In 2004, Larry Page made his first TV show appearance in The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2004 episode of the news talk show, The Barbara Walters Summer Special.

Personal Trainer

His workout routine and diet plan aren’t known.

Larry Page Favorite Things

His favorite things aren’t known.

Larry Page, Martin Rees, and Simon Quellen Field [From Left] at a conference in 2008 <figcaption class="wp-caption-text">Larry Page, Martin Rees, and Simon Quellen Field [From Left] at a conference in 2008 (Bob Lee / Flickr / CC BY 2.0)</figcaption></figure>

Larry Page Facts

  1. He got first interested in computers at the age of 6. He claims that he was the first kid in his elementary school to write an assignment in the word processor.
  2. At a very young age, he realized that he wanted to invent things and by the age of 12, he had realized that eventually, he was going to start a company.
  3. While he was studying at the University of Michigan, he managed to make an inkjet printer from Lego bricks. Also, to ensure that it printed large posters, he decided to reverse engineer the ink cartridge. Larry had also built the mechanics and electronics to drive it on his own.
  4. While at the University of Michigan, he was made the president of the Beta Epsilon chapter of the Eta Kappa Nu fraternity.
  5. Before he decided to study mathematical properties of the World Wide Web for his Ph.D. dissertation, he had considered selecting autonomous cars and telepresence for his dissertation research.
  6. The research project that eventually gave birth to Google was titled as BackRub. As part of the project, they created PageRank algorithm that went on to define Google’s working mechanism.
  7. Page and fellow Google co-founder Sergey Brin decided to convert Page’s dormitory room into machine laboratory. They used spare parts from inexpensive computers to build a machine that connected their rudimentary search engine with Stanford’s computer network.
  8. In 1998, he and Brin officially established Google, Inc. The name of their new search engine was inspired by Googol, which is essentially a number that comprises of one followed by hundred zeros.
  9. In 2005, he spearheaded Google’s acquisition of Android for $50 million. He wasn’t the CEO of the company, the position which was held by Eric Schmidt, and Schmidt didn’t have any knowledge of the acquisition.
  10. In August 2011, he led Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility. With his acquisition, he aimed to protect Android from lawsuits by companies such as Microsoft and Apple.
  11. In September 2013, he announced the launch of his independent initiative, Calico, which was an R&D project in the field of biotechnology.
  12. He has made an investment in Tesla Motors, which aims to manufacture electronic cars on large scale. He has used, Google’s philanthropic arm, to promote the use of electronic vehicles.
  13. He has made huge investments in renewable energy sources and was a key driving figure in the development and establishment of Google-owned wind farm power plants.
  14. In 2011, he bought the superyacht Senses as he paid $45 million to acquire it. The luxury yacht comes with 10 luxury suites, helipad, gym, and multi-level sun decks.
  15. In May 2013, he revealed that his right vocal cord was paralyzed from the cold that he caught previous summer. Also, his left vocal cord had been paralyzed since 1999.
  16. He is reported to have donated more than $20 million to a vocal-cord nerve-function research program pursued at the Voice Health Institute of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.