Steve Bellamy Net Worth
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The main source of income: Producers
Total Net Worth at the moment 2023 year – is about $98,4 Million.
Steve Bellamy information Birth date: Indiana, United States Profession:Producer, Director, Writer Education:Indiana University Bloomington Spouse:Beth Herr
:How tall is Steve Bellamy – 1,89m.
How much weight is Steve Bellamy – 66kg
Steve Bellamy is an entrepreneur in sports and entertainment best known for the founding of niche cable television networks including The Tennis Channel and The Ski Channel and for having an extreme work ethic. He is also a writer/director/producer whose films “Winter” and “The Story” garnered dozens of film festival awards including numerous “Best Director” awards for him. Those films starred Bode Miller, Lindsey Vonn, Sarah Burke and Hilary Swank. The soundtrack to “Winter” performed by the band BUSH whose single and title track to the film Sound Of Winter hit number one on both the rock and alternative charts in the US.In sports, Bellamy’s holdings include the Palisades, Westwood and Cheviot Hills Tennis Centers.
Biography,Early careerBellamy played tennis at the junior level.A native of Indiana, Bellamy played guitar for Johnny Major and the Minors, while attending Indiana University, then moved to Los Angeles in 1986 to pursue a music career. After frequently selling his cars and guitars to pay rent in the early years, Bellamy became a large draw on the Los Angeles Club circuit playing venues like the House of Blues, Club Lingerie, The Roxy and the Whisky during the late 1980s and early 1990s. He recorded five albums, toured the country, had songs on commercial radio across the United States and shared the stage with Bruce Springsteen, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Brian Wilson and David Crosby. His video for “Time Takes Away” was seen on MTV and his songs can still be frequently heard in television and film.While working in the studio and playing concerts at night, he spent his days giving tennis lessons to Arnold Schwarzenegger, Goldie Hawn, Sally Field, Hilary Swank, Kate Hudson and other actors, politicians, media executives and their families including Mike Ovitz, Steven Spielberg and Leslie Moonves.Bellamy founded Atonal Tennis, Inc. in 1985 and managed the Palisades Tennis Center with an increase of revenue by a factor of 10 in a few years.Sports channels foundingAbout 1997, Bellamy had the idea of cable channel for skiing and started work on the concept. He switch to working on a tennis channel concept given the broader audience for tennis. In 2001, the Tennis Channel (TTC) was founded by Steve Bellamy. The channel was launched in the Spring of 2003 Bellamy had planned to use the Tennis Channel Open, a Tennis Channel acquisition, as the core event as a part of a larger “Tennispalooza”. In 2005, Bellamy and the rest of the channels management was swept out by the owners and brought in new management.In 2006, Bellamy became Chief Executive Officer of Action Sport Networks. In April 2007, Bellamy announced the formation of The Ski Channel television channel that would focus on mountain oriented sports, activity and lifestyle under the aegis of his Atonal Sports and Entertainment.During the 2012 US Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach, Steve Bellamy announced that hes launching a third outlet, the Surf Channel, that will devote itself to beach, water and board sports, lifestyle and travel, in mid-September.By 2015, he was made chairman of Action Sport Networks. Bellamy was named Kodak president of motion picture and entertainment in October 2015.FilmsIn August 2010, Bellamy wrote and directed a film featuring mountain sports athletes including Bode Miller, Lindsey Vonn, Chris Davenport, Mike Douglas, Lynsey Dyer, Bobby Brown, Reggie Crist and Stephani Victor. That film won many film festivals including the Las Vegas Film Festival where Bellamy also won the award for best director. It featured a team making the climb to the top of Mt. Everest and some of the most extremely human flying ever captured on film. The next year it was followed up by Winter which starred Sarah Burke. That film also won countless film festivals.
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