MICHAEL Lewis is a well-known author and financial journalist whose been a contributing editor at Vanity Fair since 2009.

Lewis is known for his nonfiction work, particularly his coverage of financial crises and behavioral finance.

Who is Michael Lewis' wife Tabitha Soren?

Lewis' wife, Tabitha Soren, is an American fine art photographer and former reporter for MTV News, ABC News and NBC News.

According to Soren's website, "her photographs visualize psychological states; the internal weather that storms through each of us."

Soren's website indicted the photographer's work has been featured in the Getty, the Harvard Art Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, Oakland Museum of Art and Berkley Art Museum among others.

Soren and Lewis tied the knot in 1997, and have three children together, Quinn, Dixie and Walker.

What is Michael Lewis' net worth?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Lewis has amassed a $25million net worth.

Lewis has written many books, including, The New New Thing, The Big Short, Flash Boys and Moneyball – which was adapted into a movie starring Brad Pitt.

What happened to Michael Lewis' daughter?

Lewis and Soren's 19-year-old daughter, Dixie, died in a car accident in California on May 25.

The crash occurred at 3:20pm on May 25 when a 2014 Ford Fusion hit a 2015 Freightliner on state Highway 89 just north of Cabin Creek Road.

Ross Schultz, 20, was driving north on Highway 89 with Dixie.

Schultz's Ford crossed into the southbound lanes, hitting the Freightliner head on. Schultz and Lewis were killed.

"We loved her so much and are in a kind of pain none of us has experienced," Lewis said in a statement.

"She loved Ross, with whom she died. She loved to live and our hearts are so broken they can't find the words to describe the feeling.

"Her mother, Tabitha, and I, and her brother Walker and sister Quinn are going to find ways for her memory to live in her absence."

Soren told the San Francisco Chronicle in a statement: “Dixie was a fighter-and not just for herself but for everyone.

"She had a fire in her that people could feel when she walked in the room. She used her intensity to bring up everyone around her and she tried so hard at everything she did.”

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