|Full name||Terence Steven McQueen|
|Know as||Steve McQueen, McQueen, Steve|
|Birth place||Beech Grove, Indiana, U.S.|
|Lived||50 years, 7 month, 14 days|
|Height||5' 9½" (1.77 m)|
|Siblings||Steven R. McQueen, Steven R. McQueen( )|
|Children||Two, including Chad McQueen, Terry Leslie McQueen|
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Terence Steven McQueen Biography:
Produced in 1969, Steve McQueen is a British artist, director, and screenwriter that has garnered many awards for his art exhibitions and movie work. He broke through to the mainstream film industry with his 2008 movie, Hunger. His 2011 movie, Shame, earned many accolades. McQueen’s 2013 movie, 12 Years a Slave, won the People’s Choice Award in the Toronto International Film Festival in addition to the 2014 Academy Award for the best picture.
The son of Trinidad and Grenada working class immigrants, McQueen began in the artwork at age 4 or 5, when a drawing he made of his family was selected to get a banner outside London’s Shepherds Bush Library. McQueen afterwards registered at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, but stop after three months in the institution ‘s movie program because he considered his courses emphasized technique over material.
Through the 1990s and 2000s, Steve McQueen garnered many awards for his artwork and movie work. He loved artwork, but noticed in a 2009 interview with The Guardian, “I am fed up with all the art world, to tell the truth. It can not go much farther than its own tail, and it gets dull.” McQueen pursued his love for movie, breaking to the mainstream business with his 2008 movie, Hunger.
McQueen’s 2011 mental sex picture, Shame, features Michael Fassbender as a Nyc executive struggling with a debilitating sex add-on. The film earned McQueen the CinemAvvenire Award for appearing director along with a FIPRESCI Prize in the 2011 Venice Film Festival. The movie also garnered a Best Director Oscar nod for McQueen, using the award finally going to Gravity’s Alfonso Cuarn. In 1996, McQueen left London for Amsterdam, where he settled with longtime associate Bianca Stigter. Collectively they’re raising a daughter, Alex, and son, Dexter.
McQueen is not the typical artist who lives in a studio. The truth is, he does not even have one. In a interview with W Magazine, McQueen disclosed that he’s created his greatest thoughts when at home cooking or vacuuming. He does not hang out with other artists, saying, “That Is like if you are a butcher, hanging out with other butchers. You chop meat in this manner, and I chop meat like that. What is there to discuss?”