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Steven Pressfield

Steven Pressfield was born in September 1943 in Port of Spain, Trinidad, West Indies. He is a writer, known for Freejack (1992), The Legend of Bagger Vance (2000) and King Kong Lives (1986). See full bio »
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 1995 Separate Lives (written by)
 1993 Army of One (written by)
 1992 Freejack (screen story) / (screenplay)
 1988 Above the Law (screenplay)
 1986 King Kong Lives (screenplay) / (story)
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 2013 Super Soul Sunday (TV Series)
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 2004 Decisive Battles (TV Series documentary)
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- Thermopylae (2004) ... Himself
- Marathon (2004) ... Himself
- Gaugamela (2004) ... Himself

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On giving advice to young writers: "Three steps. First, take Robert McKee's three-day course: Story. He gives it in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Dallas, London, everywhere... Second, read my book, 'The War of Art.' Third, sit down and do it and don't quit no matter what. P.S. If you do Step Three, you can skip One and Two." See more »

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His first job when he moved to New York City was as a $150-a-week copy writer for Benton & Bowles. One day while rewriting the just-add-water text for the back label of Gravy Train dog food he asked himself, 'Shouldn't I be doing something a little more worthwhile?' He decided to quit and write a novel. See more »

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