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|Birth date:||March 16, 1961|
|Birth place:||Calgary, Alberta, Canada|
|Profession:||Artist, cartoonist, writer, entrepreneur, toy designer|
|Education:||Churchill High School, Eastern Washington University|
|Spouse:||Wanda McFarlane (m.1985-)|
|Children:||Jake McFarlane, Kate McFarlane, Cyan McFarlane|
|Awards:||Inkpot Award (1992), National Cartoonists Society Award for Best Comic Book (1992), National Cartoonists Society Award (1992), National Football League Award as the Artist of the Year (2005), Grammy Award for the Best Short Form Music Video (2000)|
|Movies:||“Spider Man 3”, “Spawn”, “Lost Heaven” (2002), “Freak on a Leash” by Korn", “Land Of Confusion”, “Do The Evolution”|
|TV shows:||"Spawn" (1997), “The Incredible Hulk”, “Daredevil”, “Batman”, “Wolverine”|
|Books:||Outlaw Animation, Resurrection|
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Todd McFarlane produced in the year 1961 is a Canadian artist, cartoonist, writer, entrepreneur and toy designer with a net worth of $300 Million.
Todd McFarlane Net Worth $300 Million
He was born in Calgary and his picked up drawing as his hobby. He was a great lover of comic book creators like Frank Miller, Jack Kirby, John Byrne and George Perez. Alan Moore’s writing also greatly fascinated him. When Alan was as young as 16, he created the character of Spawn and spent hours to perfect each part of the character. On a baseball scholarship, Alan attended graphical art courses in the University of Eastern Washington. Todd always desired to make his career in baseball, but one critical ankle injury brought a full stop to his wishes. It was then that he concentrated on drawing. Todd also worked in a comic book novel shop to finance the remainder of his instruction.
McFarlane has brought in his wealth from his numerous works in comic strip novels and for his fantasy show Spawn. In his early days, he had to fight. McFarlane used to send numerous works to tons of editors, who mainly rejected his work. His first work was the backup story in Coyote. Todd soon started drawing for both Marvel and DC Comics. Todd also did the cover for DC’s Batman show and the cover for the Spider Man show. After he left Marvel, along with six artists, he formed the umbrella business named “Image Comics”. He began his own business in the name of Todd McFarlane Productions and released Spawn. Todd was the artist, writer for the very first seven issues of Spawn.