Steve Tyree Net Worth
Steve Tyree began sculpting animals as a teenager. Since then, his sculptures have been shown at numerous art shows across the United States.
He speaks regularly in the captive reef industry at 4 Macnas, 2 WMCs, England and various Clubs; writing 5 books and numerous articles along the way.
Early Life and Education
Steve Tyrree excelled as both an honor roll student and football and baseball team member at high school, serving as captain on both squads as well as leading Future Farmers of America, Math Club and Upward Bound. Additionally, he spent considerable time volunteering his services at local cemeteries, cutting grass and cleaning up.
Tyree wrote several books and articles. One was published by the Washington Post and led to him being interviewed on England’s BBC television program about young African American male concerns.
His latest novel, All Access, was released on October 6th and follows an experienced journalist as she conducts an interview with an unpredictable entertainer and faces social media attacks and threats to her job security and family life as she pursues the story with determination.
Tyree serves as Encompass Health’s regional director of pharmacy in its west region, leading a team of pharmacists, physicians and hospital leaders in optimizing clinical and operational performance. She holds an award from the University of Arizona in both pharmacy practice and leadership.
She previously held the position of Director of Institutional Research at Randolph College, overseeing data tracking operations for internal and external state, federal, and other agencies as well as managing all goal setting and compliance activities.
Henry is most widely acclaimed for his four seasons as Alfred Miles in FX’s Atlanta series which was nominated for Emmys, Golden Globes, Peabody awards and Critics Choice nominations. Henry played this character to critical acclaim across four seasons of performance and garnered multiple Emmy, Golden Globe, Peabody nominations as an actor playing him as well as SAG and Critics’ Choice awards nominations for his performance on Atlanta.
Achievement and Honors
Steve Tyree is an author of several books, such as Testimony: Young African Americans on Self Discovery and Black Identity. This work seeks to educate readers about the plight of young African American males; its popularity among critics was demonstrated through issues such as single parenting, accepting personal responsibility for one’s mistakes and learning from past errors.
Tyree is also an accomplished artist who specializes in sculpture created from various materials. His pieces have been displayed at galleries and fine art shows around the country; and have earned several awards and recognition such as being recognized by the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Strake Jesuit Athletics Hall of Honor recognizes and preserves the history and traditions of their athletic program. This year’s inductees include Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young from Ohio State; Paris Johnson Jr. and Davius Richard from Ohio State; Tyree Wilson from Texas Tech; Jack Campbell from Iowa.
Tyree’s growing prominence as an expert on black identity issues led him to publish Testimony: Young African-Americans Explore Self Discovery and Black Identities in 1998, the sales from which helped finance MARS Productions as well as Flyy Girl publication.
He creates steel sculptures of wildlife and people using welding techniques he has refined over time. Each sculpture begins as a model made of clay, wire or Styrofoam before paper patterns are traced onto bronze sheets for use as reference and bent, hammered and welded over special anvils.
Tyree has had numerous film and television roles. For his performance as Alfred “Paper Boi” Miles in FX’s Atlanta, he earned Academy, Screen Actors Guild and Critics’ Choice nominations; on Broadway, his performances earned Tony, Drama Desk and Drama League nominations in Lobby Hero and Talk About Race respectively.
With hard work and commitment to his profession, he has amassed an impressive net worth. Currently working on multiple projects and set to join the 2022 season of Marvel’s The Eternals as an actor/actress.
He will play Bernie Hayes alongside Millie Bobby Brown and Julian Dennison in 2021’s Godzilla vs. Kong film as well as Phastos in Marvel’s The Eternals film. Additionally, he’s known for his roles on BoJack Horseman, Room 104 and Drunk History TV shows.
Wilson is considered one of the top linebackers in this year’s draft and has received high marks from experts. Hailing from Texas Tech, Wilson is renowned for being an aggressive player that can cover ground easily while simultaneously tackling multiple players at once and being an effective pass rusher.