Steve McQueen was an American actor that received a net worth of thirty million. Born Terence Steven McQueen (March twenty four, 1930 - November seven, 1980) in Beech Grove, US, Indiana, he was a shining Hollywood star all through the 1960s and 1970s. Being just 6 years of age when his the family was left by father, young McQueen spent the childhood of his going from his grandparents' house to his mother's home. Thus, he drifted into a lifetime of petty criminal and gang member, getting caught by police stealing hubcaps in the age of fourteen. It was in 1947, when he moved away from crime as he turned out to be a member of Marine Corps is Stated by the United. The marine tenure of his ended in 1950, being honorably discharged for saving the lives of 5 Marines during an Arctic exercise. McQueen started studying acting in the Sanford Meisner's Neighborhood Playhouse with financial guidance from the GI Bill in 1952. He made the debut of his with the 1956 feature film Somebody Up There Likes Me, which was followed by looks in TV western series Wanted: Alive or dead (1958 61) and the cult horror movie The Blob (1958). But, it was the job of his in The Magnificent 7 (1960, with Charles Bronson) and the World War II epic The Great Escape (1963, with James Garner) which established himself to be a lean, laconic action star. The blue eyed cool of his on rebellious turmoil and the outside on the interior, made him suitable for playing cool loners and anti hero characters. Even though he got an Oscar nomination of 1966 for The Sand Pebbles, he remained famous for the 1968 cops-and-car-chases film Bullitt. The additional popular films of his include the Thomas Crown Affair (1968), Papillon (1973), as well as the all star ensemble flick The Towering Inferno (1974). By 1974, he became the highest paid actor in the planet, nevertheless, he didn't appear in films again in the next 4 years. Steve McQueen died at a clinic in Mexico in 1980, after undergoing surgical procedure for cancer.
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