Lonnie Coleman Net Worth 2021 Update: Bio, Age, Height, Weight

January 1, 2020

Lonnie Coleman Net Worth

Lonnie Coleman makes how much a year? For this question we spent 14 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Authors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $74 Million.



Lonnie Coleman information Birth date: August 2, 1920, Bartow, Georgia, United States Death date: August 13, 1982, Savannah, Georgia, United States Birth place: Georgia, USA Profession:Writer Education:University of AlabamaBooks:Beulah Land, Look Away, Beulah Land, The legacy of Beulah Land, Orphan Jim, Sam, Mark

Height, Weight

:How tall is Lonnie Coleman – 1,88m.
How much weight is Lonnie Coleman – 86kg


Lonnie Coleman Net Worth
Lonnie Coleman Net Worth
Lonnie Coleman Net Worth
Lonnie Coleman Net Worth


Lonnie Coleman (1920–1982) was an American novelist and playwright best known for writing the Beulah Land trilogy. He was born William Laurence Lonnie Coleman August 2, 1920, in Bartow, Georgia. He attended grade and high schools in various cities in Georgia, Florida, and Alabama and graduated from the University of Alabama in 1942 with a B.A. degree. From 1942 to 1946 he was in the U.S. Navy, spending most of his time at sea as gunnery officer and then as first lieutenant on a troop transport which took part in the invasions of North Africa, Sicily, Italy, France, and Okinawa and landed the first occupation troops in Kyushu, Japan.He died from cancer in Candler General Hospital on August 13, 1982 in Savannah, Georgia at age 62. His first novel was published in 1944. Coleman was an associate editor at Ladies Home Journal 1947-1950 and Colliers, 1951-1955. Colemans 1959 novel Sam is considered a groundbreaking novel in American literature in its depiction of homosexuality and metropolitan gay life. Colemans book Beulah Land was a New York Times Best Seller in 1974 and earned a record-breaking $800,000 paperback rights contract. His novels Beulah Land and Look Away, Beulah Land were filmed in 1980 as the NBC miniseries Beulah Land starring Lesley Ann Warren, Michael Sarrazin. Meredith Baxter, and Don Johnson. Coleman had three plays produced on Broadway, but none were successful. Jollys Progress starred Eartha Kitt and Wendell Corey and ran for a week in December 1959. His other two plays closed after opening night. His lone screenplay was for the 1958 film Hot Spell (film) which starred Shirley Booth and Anthony Quinn.
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