Marc Laidlaw Net Worth, Bio, Wiki


Marc Laidlaw Net Worth

How rich is Marc Laidlaw? For this question we spent 8 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 2024 year – is about $167,4 Million.



Marc Laidlaw information Birth date: 1960-01-01 Profession:Writer, Miscellaneous Crew

Height, Weight

:How tall is Marc Laidlaw – 1,87m.
How much weight is Marc Laidlaw – 53kg


Marc Laidlaw Net Worth
Marc Laidlaw Net Worth
Marc Laidlaw Net Worth
Marc Laidlaw Net Worth


Marc Laidlaw (born 1960) is an American writer of science fiction and horror and also a computer game designer with Valve Corporation. He is perhaps most famous for writing Dads Nuke and The 37th Mandala, and for working on the popular Half-Life series.
Biography,Laidlaw was born in 1960 and raised in Laguna Beach, California and attended the University of Oregon, where he tried, and was discouraged by, punched card computer programming. He wrote short stories and his first novel, Dads Nuke, was published in 1985. This was followed by several more novels over the next decade, but he worked as a legal secretary in San Francisco for a living.Laidlaw had played computer and arcade games, but was not intrigued. It was not until Myst that his perception of these games changed. He obsessed over Myst and bought a new computer so that he could play it at his San Francisco home. With his new-found interest, he wrote The Third Force (1996), a tie-in novel based on the world created by the Gadget computer game. His favorite PC game of all time is Thief: The Dark Project. (interview)Working with game designers led him to feel that he wanted to help design an actual game. He joined Valve Corporation while they were developing Half-Life (1998) and worked on the games story and level design. At Valve, he later worked on Half-Lifes expansions and Half-Life 2. He announced his departure from Valve in January 2016, stating the primary reason for his departure was his age, and planned to return to writing his own original stories.


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