How rich is Terence Steven McQueen?
Terence Steven McQueen Net Worth:
|Birth date:||March 24, 1930, in Beech Grove, Indiana, USA|
|Death date:||November 7, 1980 in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico|
|Birth place:||Beech Grove|
|Height:||5 ft 9 in (1.77 m)|
|Education:||United States Marine Corps, Sanford Meiner`s Neighborhood Playhouse|
|Children:||Two, including Chad McQueen, Terry Leslie McQueen|
|Parents:||Julia Ann and William Terens McQueen|
|Siblings:||Steven R. McQueen, Steven R. McQueen|
|Awards:||Moscow International Film Festival (1963), Off-road Motorsports Hall of Fame (1978)|
|Nominations:||Oscar nomination (1968), Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role (1967), Golden Globe Awards (1964 (1964), 1967, 1970, 1974)|
|Movies:||“Never Love a Stranger” (1958), “Wanted: Dead Or Alive” (1958), “Bullitt” (1968), “Papillon” (1973), The Great Escape” (1963), “The Sand Pebbles” (1966), “Tom Horn” (1980)|
Terence Steven McQueen net worth, wiki & biography:
Steve McQueen Net Worth $30 Million
Steve McQueen was an American celebrity with an estimated net worth of $30 million. Steve was born Terrence Steven McQueen on March 24, 1930 in Beech Grove, Indiana. Steve served in the United States Marine Corps after moving away from unlawful action he engaged in as a adolescent.
After McQueen was honourably released from the marines in 1950, he started studying acting at the Sanford Meisner’s Neighborhood Playhouse with monetary assistance in the GI Bill in 1952. His acting debut was in 1956 in the feature film Somebody Up There Likes Me. It had been followed by a television appearance in the western show Wanted: Dead or Alive (1958-1961), in addition to with all the cult horror movie The Blob (1958).
In 1966, Steve received an Oscar nomination for The Sand Pebbles, but he is best known for the 1968 cops-and-car chases film Bullit. Among his other popular movies are The Thomas Crown Affair (1968), Papillion (1973), and the all-star ensemble flick The Towering Inferno (1974). Steve became the highest-paid performer on earth in 1974, despite not having any picture in the next four years. In November 7, 1980, he died due to malignant mesothelioma after undergoing surgery for cancer in a Clinic in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico.
Steve McQueen was best noted for his work in The Magnificent Seven (1960) with Charles Bronson, and the World War II epic The Great Escape (1963) with James Garner. His performances had created him as a lean, laconic action star. Steve was known as “The King of Cool” with his blue-eyed cool on the outside and rebellious turmoil on the inside with his “anti hero” persona.
Now, McQueen continues to increase his postmortem gains by around $7 million as fashionable brands like Dolce & Gabbana and Tommy Hilfiger also as UBS keep on using his image.