Lee Hoffman Net Worth

Lee Hoffman Net Worth is
$3 Million

Lee Hoffman Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Lee Hoffman, born Shirley Bell Hoffman, (August 14, 1932, Chicago, Illinois - February 6, 2007, Port Charlotte, Florida) was an American science fiction fan, an editor of early folk music fanzines, and an author of science fiction, Western and romance novels.In 1950-53, she edited and published the highly regarded science fiction fanzine, Quandry. In November 1951, she began publication of Science-Fiction Five-Yearly, which has appeared regularly since then (the 2006 issue ran 58 pages). Briefly married to editor Larry Shaw from 1956 to 1958, she was the assistant editor on the science fiction magazines he edited, Infinity Science Fiction and Science Fiction Adventures. During that same time, she began editing and publishing her folk music publications, Caravan and Gardyloo, which found a readership through Izzy Young's Folklore Center as the folk music scene expanded during the late 1950s.Hoffman won the Western Writers of America Spur Award for her novel The Valdez Horses (Doubleday, 1967). In Spain, John Sturges directed the 1973 film adaptation, The Valdez Horses/Valdez, il Mezzosangue (aka Chino), starring Charles Bronson and Jill Ireland. Under the pseudonym Georgia York, she wrote historical romances for Fawcett Books during the years 1979 to 1983.In her autobiographical writings, she described the mid-1960s events that led to her Western novels:Ted White became a very good friend. He was great company, interested in just about everything. He was an excellent artist and an expert in jazz and comic books as well as any number of other subjects. He'd started writing science-fiction professionally, and shared his enthusiasm, inspiring me to try writing a book myself. A Western came most naturally to me. It was a typical horse opera very much in the tradition of the Western paperbacks I'd enjoyed for so long. Don and Jo Meisner critiqued the manuscript for me. Ted read it and encouraged me to submit it.Another friend, Terry Carr, was assistant to the editor, Don Wollheim, at Ace Books. Ace had a reputation for giving new writers a break. I submitted my manuscript to Terry. I hadn't yet gotten a response on it, when Terry phoned and asked me if I "had time" to write a comic Western. I had plenty of time, but wasn't sure I had the ability. Terry had faith that I did. I wrote some chapters and an outline. Ace bought it, and published it ahead of the action Western I'd done first. I couldn't think of titles, so Terry provided names for both of them, The Legend of Blackjack Sam for the comic one, and Gunfight at Laramie for the horse opera.The literary agent, Henry Morrison, was a longtime fan. He handled Ted White and some other friends who had become professional writers. He accepted me as a client. With two sales, and another book in the works I quit working regular hours for other people.She went on to write seventeen Western novels between the years 1966 and 1977 for several publishers—Ace, Avon, Ballantine, Dell, Doubleday, Dell, NAL

Date Of Birth1932-08-14
Weightabout 155 pounds
ProfessionAnimation Department

Animation Department

Tiny Toon Adventures1990TV Series assistant animator - 1 episode
Happy New Year, Charlie Brown1986TV Movie ink and paint artist
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown1985TV Movie ink and paint artist
The Romance of Betty Boop1985TV Short ink and paint artist
It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown1984TV Movie ink and paint artist
The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show1983TV Series ink and paint artist - 4 episodes
Garfield on the Town1983TV Short ink and paint artist
What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown?1983TV Movie ink and paint artist
Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown?1983TV Movie ink and paint artist
No Man's Valley1981TV Short ink and paint artist
Someday You'll Find Her, Charlie Brown1981TV Movie ink and paint artist
It's Magic, Charlie Brown1981TV Movie ink and paint artist
Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!)1980ink and paint artist
You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown1979TV Movie ink and paint artist
What a Nightmare, Charlie Brown!1978TV Movie ink and paint artist
It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown1977TV Movie ink and paint artist
Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown1977ink and paint artist

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