Steve McQueen: Portrait of an American Rebel

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Primus/D.I. Fine, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 463 pages
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Steve McQueen has been ranked among the best actors in film history. Biographer Marshall Terrill chronicles the life and times of a man whose power both on- and off-camera has been legendary. This first-hand account of McQueen's life leaves readers with the impression of a deep understanding of the small-town rebel who kept so many millions spellbound. Photographs.

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Steve McQueen: Portrait of an American Rebel

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Terrill reveals rebel McQueen's terribly chaotic early years, replete with neglect and dyslexia. Acting out in frustration and rage characterized McQueen's youth (including two years in a reform ... Read full review

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Great book about an interesting character in American film history. I really enjoyed this. But I’m also biased. I like Steve McQueen. This book was very engaging and smooth and involved the reader emotionally. Really liked it. Read full review


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About the author (1994)

MARSHALL TERRILL is a veteran film, sports, and music writer and the author of nearly twenty books, including best-selling biographies of Steve McQueen, Elvis Presley, and Pete Maravich. Three of his books are in development to be made into movies. Terrill resides in Tempe, Arizona, with his wife, Zoe.

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