How much is Steve Alten worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Steve Alten? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Steve Alten's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Steven Robert "Steve" Alten (born August 21, 1959 in Philadelphia) is a fictional thriller author of the NY Times who has written novels with the best-seller award. It is best known in the US for his series Meg, a set of novels around a fictional survivor of the Megalodon, a giant prehistoric shark. Internationally, his series on the Mayan apocalypse, The Mayan Testament (Domain) was a best-seller in Spain, Mexico, Argentina, Italy, Germany and recently in the United Kingdom. Alten holds a bachelor's degree from Pennsylvania State University, a master's degree in sports medicine from the University of Delaware and a doctorate in sports administration from Temple University. \n \n\nSteve_Alten's Biography \n Struggling to support her family of five, she decided to write a novel she had been thinking about for years called Meg. \n Meg was to become the book of the Frankfurt Book Fair 1996, where it was sold to more than twenty countries. MEG hit all the best bestsellers, including 19 on the New York Times list, and became a popular radio series in Japan. \n Steve's second novel, The Trench (sequel to Meg) was published by Kensington \/ Pinnacle in 1999 in which it also affected the best selling condition. His next novel, The Mayan Testament (Domain, 2001) and its sequel, Resurrection (Resurrection, 2004) were published by St. Martin's Press \/ Tor Books. \n Steve's fourth novel, Goliath (2002), received rave reviews and was a great success in Germany. It was considered to make a television series. Meg: Primal Waters was published in the summer of 2004. A year later, his seventh novel, The Lake, the successful tents - a modern day thriller about the Loch Ness monster. Eighth novel by Steve, the game SHELL, a thriller about the end of oil and the next 9 of events. The stress of confinement this real story has affected Steve's health, and three months after he finished the manuscript, he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. The hardcover was published on January 22, 2008. Steve's ninth novel, Meg: Aquarius of Hell, debuted in May 2009 and is considered to be the best of the best-selling Meg series. \n Steve has written 6 original screenplays, including three comedies and a psychological thriller, Stranglehold, which was selected as a finalist in the Philadelphia Film Festival competition in 2008. He has also created a TV drama, Papa John, based on his years of basketball coach with the Hall of Fame coach John Chaney, and a reality series called Casa de Babel. \n Over the years, Steve has been inundated with e-mail from teenagers who hated reading ... until they read his novels. When he heard of high school teachers he was using his books in the classroom (Meg had been ranked No. 1 book for reluctant readers) Steve launched Adopte-An Author, a national nonprofit organization program designed to encourage students to read. Teachers who sign up for the program (it's free) receive giant shark posters, free study materials, author correspondence student, an interactive website, and class conference calls and visits with the author. To date, more than 9,700 teachers have registered, and the success rate in teens to that reading is unprecedented. Steve now spends half of his week working with high schools. \n As an author, Steve has two goals. First of all, keep working hard to be the best storyteller and create the exciting page of turning thrillers. Second, remain accessible to your readers. Steve reads and answers all e-mails, uses the names and descriptions of his loyal followers as characters from all his novels, and even hires readers as editors, based on his particular experience. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Steve Alten\n\nThe Steve Alten's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.