Steve MacFarland

Steve MacFarland

Steve MacFarland wrote, animated and produced the hit television series Family Guy featuring Peter Griffin’s high-class family as they stumble through life together. Additionally, he co-wrote and directed Ted, an animated feature film about an animated teddy bear brought back to life by childhood wishes.

MacFarland faces off against Dolores Lucero and political newcomer Authur Gorman – two opponents who have all publicly criticized county decisions during the pandemic.

Early Life and Education

Steve Macfarland was an esteemed Saddlebred horse trainer, winning numerous titles such as Five-Gaited Amateur World’s Champion in 1982. Additionally, he owned Peppermint Desire and three-gaited Manhattan Airs as well as roadster mare Shining Brightly which were gaited mares owned by him and were owned as roadster mares by him.

He has over two decades of experience working in nonprofit and higher education communications, leading fundraising communications at Harvard Divinity School while overseeing communications at Aurora University in Chicago, Illinois. Additionally, he holds undergraduate degrees in mass communication and comparative religion.

McFarland opened his first School of Rock location in Carmel, Indiana ten years ago, then opened another Fishers location this year. Both locations continued offering in-person instruction that fostered accountability, responsibility and listening skills in children.

Professional Career

MacFarland has spent his professional life working in adult education and career development, creating and teaching college preparatory and entry-level college coursework. He champions higher education as an opportunity for economic advancement and personal fulfillment for all.

McFarland also served as coach of diving for Santa Maria Indians (1978-83) and Anchorage Glacier Pilots (1984-94), amassing an impressive 56-22 record over 17 years. In 1984, when taking over a team led by first ballot Hall-of-Famer Randy Johnson, who pestered McFarland to allow him bat and eventually had a four-pitch walk from him, Johnson pestered McFarland until finally having one himself!

MacFarland will pitch for the Williamsport Crosscutters of Pittsburgh’s Class A affiliate in the New York-Penn League this season. He possesses a fastball that can reach 95 mph. Furthermore, he has appeared in various television programs and written and directed Ted, starring Mark Wahlberg with his teddy bear as the main characters.

Achievement and Honors

Steve Macfarland is an esteemed leader in nonprofit and higher education communications. He holds undergraduate degrees in mass communication and comparative religion from Miami University and an MA degree in sociology of religion from the University of Chicago; additionally he currently holds the position of Chief Communications Officer at Chicago Theological Seminary.

He led Santa Maria Indians and Anchorage Glacier Pilots to an overall 56-22 record over 17 NBC World Series appearances, and won one championship for Anchorage Glacier Pilots in 1984.

His film work includes writing, directing and voice acting for the animated Family Guy show featuring Peter Griffin as its main protagonist, his upper-class wife Lois as his partner, their dimwitted sons Chris and Stewie as supporting characters, with gross sales exceeding $500 Million worldwide.

Personal Life

Steve Macfarland possesses an in-depth knowledge of law and negotiation. Additionally, as an entrepreneur and manager of two School of Rock locations in Carmel and Fishers Indiana – where students learn music in real venues through weekly rehearsals – Steve provides them with both motivation and confidence for performing in public settings.

He created Family Guy, an animated sitcom about a family of ultrapatriotic CIA agents. Furthermore, he cocreated and wrote American Dad! and The Cleveland Show.

He pitched for two seasons in the minor leagues and is currently pitching for Williamsport Crosscutters of Pittsburgh’s shortseason Class A affiliate in the New York-Penn League, reaching up to 95 mph with his fastball. A terrific teammate, his smile, wit and laughter lit up any room!

Net Worth

MacFarlane has made millions from writing, directing and producing animated shows as well as merchandise associated with his series. Furthermore, his singing has seen his net worth soar thanks to several albums released under his name which have helped increase it exponentially.

After graduating college, he joined Hanna-Barbera where he worked on projects such as Johnny Bravo and Dexter’s Laboratory. Later, his short sequel to The Life of Larry called Larry and Steve led to negotiations for him to create Family Guy; it quickly became his breakthrough show on prime-time TV.

He went on to produce numerous successful animated television shows such as American Dad and The Cleveland Show. Additionally, he wrote and directed some movies including 2012 science fiction comedy Ted that grossed over $500 million worldwide.

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