Terry McMillan is a famous Writer. Born on unknown in Port Huron, Michigan this unknown author has created a lot of content for the masses. With thousands or even millions of followers and people across the globe who love what Terry McMillan represents and creates, the popularity of this celebrity does not seem to diminish over years. With the family of Madeline Washington, Edward McMillan, Madeline Washington, Edward McMillan unknown Hannah McMillan Sam McMillan 1987-present) Terry McMillan had an upbringing and the education which propelled them to stardom and greatness. Attending University of California, Berkeley, Columbia University Terry McMillan learned and worked on his passion projects which turned out to be massive successes amongst audiences worldwide. But what about money? If you are curious about the full estimated net worth of Terry McMillan, it is around $40 Million.
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Full Name: Terry McMillan
Net Worth: $40 Million
Date Of Birth: October 18, 1951
Died: February 2, 2007, February 2, 2007
Place Of Birth: Port Huron, Michigan
Education: University of California, Berkeley, Columbia University
Spouse: Jonathan Plummer (m. 1998-2005)
Children: Hannah McMillan Sam McMillan 1987-present)
Parents: Madeline Washington, Edward McMillan, Madeline Washington, Edward McMillan
Siblings: Crystal McMillan, Rosalynn A. McMillan, Crystal McMillan, Rosalynn A. McMillan
Awards: American Book Awards, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work, Fiction, Glamour Woman of the Year Award, American Book Award, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work, Fiction, Glamour Woman of the Year Award
Record Labels: Penguin Group- publisher
Movies: American Book Awards (1987), NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work, Fiction (2011, 2002),Glamour Woman of the Year Award (1996)
Suing her ex-husband, Jonathan Plummer, and his attorney, Dolores S. Sargent, for $40 million, alleging that he tried to smear her reputation during their divorce.
Biography and bibliography in “Contemporary Authors,” New Revision Series, Vol. 131, pp. 300-305. Farmington Hills, MI: Thomson Gale, 2005.