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Marshall Terrill was born on 17 December, 1963 in Texarkana, Texas, United States, is a Journalist, biographer. Discover Marshall Terrill’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?
|Age||57 years old|
|Born||17 December 1963|
|Birthplace||Texarkana, Texas, United States|
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Marshall Terrill Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Marshall Terrill worth at the age of 57 years old? Marshall Terrill’s income source is mostly from being a successful Journalist. He is from United States. We have estimated Marshall Terrill’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Journalist|
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Timeline of Marshall Terrill
Terrill’s 19th book “Rock and a Heart Place” with Ken Mansfield, is an anthology chronicling the spiritual lives of more than a dozen musicians from the rock era.
Terrill and Laurie partnered again in 2019 for “Johnny Cash: The Redemption of an American Icon,” continuing on with the series of examinations of pop culture artists who have become born again Christians. A feature documentary is also in the works for 2020.
In 2017, Terrill published two more books on “The King of Cool” – “Steve McQueen: Le Mans in the Rearview Mirror,” a coffee-table book with property master Don Nunley on the 1971 racing picture and “Steve McQueen: The Salvation of an American Icon” with Pastor Greg Laurie, which examines McQueen’s decision to become a born again Christian near the end of his life. The book also spawned a feature documentary called “Steve McQueen: American Icon” in which Terrill served as an executive producer. It was released nationwide on September 28, 2017.
Continuing the rock and roll circuit, Terrill’s 20th book was published by Triumph in 2016 as the co-author of “Still So Excited: My Life as a Pointer Sister” with Ruth Pointer.
2014 saw the publication of two books: “Guitar With Wings” (Dalton Watson Fine Books), a photo memoir with Grammy Artist Laurence Juber, former guitarist for Paul McCartney’s Wings (1978-1981) and “Zora Folley: The Distinguished Life and Mysterious Death of a Gentleman Boxer,” a 93-page ebook.
The Arizona Republic named Terrill ‘Biographer of the Year’ in its annual best of issue in March 2012.
In April 2011, the Hollywood Reporter announced that two-time Oscar nominee Jeremy Renner will produce and star in an upcoming McQueen biopic based on Steve McQueen: The Life and Legacy of a Hollywood Icon.
In 2011 Terrill wrote Downtown Phoenix Campus Arizona State University: The First 5 Years. It tells the story of how ASU President Michael Crow and former City of Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon joined forces to create the Downtown Phoenix campus in less than three years time. The book is available as a free download by visiting http://www.asu.edu/firstfive/ebook.pdf
Terrill will oversee the release of two Steve McQueen books in 2010: “Steve McQueen: A Tribute to the King of Cool,” (Dalton Watson Fine Books) is a 384-page photo/passage book that was published on March 24, 2010, what would have been McQueen’s 80th birthday. “Steve McQueen: The Life and Legacy of a Hollywood Icon,” (Triumph Books) is a brand new 600-page plus bio on the actor. It was released in November 2010 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of McQueen’s death.
In 2009 Terrill co-wrote Palm Springs á la Carte: The Colorful World of the Caviar Crowd at Their Favorite Desert Hideaway with businessman Mel Haber, who is the longtime owner of the Ingleside Inn and Melvyn’s restaurant in Palm Springs, California.
Terrill was hired in 2008 by Arizona State University’s Public Affairs Division promoting the university’s campus in downtown Phoenix.
That same year he took a job with the Chandler Connection, a weekly publication in Chandler, Arizona, which morphed into the Ocotillo Tribune in August 2007.
Elvis: Still Taking Care of Business was released in May 2007. Terrill co-authored with Sonny West, who was Presley’s friend and bodyguard for 16 years. West and Terrill spent four years on the manuscript. The book was released in tradeback in August 2008.
2005 saw the 25th anniversary of Steve McQueen’s death and with it came another re-examination of his life and work. London-based Plexus publishing updated Steve McQueen: Portrait of an American Rebel, with a new beginning and end chapter. That same year, Terrill met McQueen’s last wife and widow, Barbara, and the two began working on a photo book.
He and his wife Zoe also co-authored Sergeant Presley in 2002 with Rex and Elisabeth Mansfield.
In 1999, Terrill was hired by the East Valley Tribune as a daily reporter.
Terrill moved back to Phoenix in 1994 and followed his biography on McQueen with collaborations on actor Edd “Kookie” Byrnes and Barbara Leigh, boxers Aaron Pryor, Ken Norton, and Earnie Shavers (co-authored with Mike Fitzgerald), and basketball legend David Thompson (co-authored by Sean Stormes).
With the Library of Congress at his disposal, Terrill spent the next three-and-a-half years researching the life of McQueen. In December 1993, the 564-page Steve McQueen: Portrait of an American Rebel, was released. The book, noted for its exhaustive research, was featured in numerous publications including USA Today, New York Post, Playboy, Entertainment Weekly, The Washington Post, Variety, Cosmopolitan, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, and the Arizona Republic. Portrait of an American Rebel became a best-seller and has gone into four printings.
In October 2006, Terrill released Maravich, co-authored by Wayne Federman, an exhaustively researched biography on the basketball great, who died on January 5, 1988 from a heart defect. The book took seven years to research and write and was done with the cooperation of Jackie Maravich, the athlete’s widow. Focus on the Family/Tyndale Publishing released the paperback version of the book in September 2008 called Pete Maravich: The Authorized Biography of Pistol Pete Maravich.
After high school Terrill moved to Phoenix, Arizona. While studying business he worked for financier Charles Keating beginning in 1984. Five years later Keating’s company, Lincoln Savings & Loan, was the target of a federal investigation. Keating was sent sentenced to jail and Terrill was suddenly unemployed. At age 26, he moved back into his parents’ home in Northern Virginia and began his second career, as a biographer. His first subject: actor Steve McQueen.
Marshall Terrill (born December 17, 1963 in Texarkana, Texas) is an American author and journalist. He is noted for biographies on Steve McQueen, Elvis Presley, and Pete Maravich.