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Graham McNeill

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Date of Birth August 15, 1971
Age 51 years, 1 months, 29 days
Place of Birth Glasgow
Country Scotland
Profession Novelist
Horoscope Leo

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Graham McNeill Biography

Graham McNeill is a famous Novelist, who was born on August 15, 1971 in Scotland. According to Astrologers, Graham McNeill's zodiac sign is Leo.

McNeill was born in Glasgow, Scotland and studied architecture and building surveying at Glasgow Caledonian University from 1989–1996. In 1996 he started work in an architects’ office designing new flats and commercial properties, until he saw an advertisement for a writer in the December 1999 copy of White Dwarf.

In February 2000, Graham started work for Games Workshop as a staff writer for games development, writing articles for White Dwarf and army-specific books. In May 2000 he started writing for the Warhammer 40,000 team, but has also kept up writing articles for White Dwarf. Graham has been heavily involved working on codexes, especially Warhammer 40,000 Codex: Tau (Chambers et al., 2001) between late 2000 and June 2001. Other codexes he has been involved with are Warhammer 40,000 Codex: Necrons (Chambers et al., 2002), Warhammer 40,000 Codex: Chaos Space Marines (Games Workshop Design Staff, 2002), Warhammer 40,000 Codex: Imperial Guard (Chambers et al., 2003) and Warhammer 40,000 Codex: Daemonhunters (McNeill and Haines, 2003). Since a promotion from staff writer to games developer, he has written Warhammer 40,000 Codex: Witch Hunters (McNeill et al., 2003) and Warhammer 40,000 Codex: Space Marines (Chambers, 2004).

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Graham is an avid writer and has had several novels published by The Black Library. They are Nightbringer (McNeill, 2005) published in January 2002, Storm of Iron (McNeill, 2003) in July 2002, Warriors of Ultramar (McNeill, 2004a) in February 2003 and Dead Sky Black Sun (McNeill, 2004). In addition McNeill has written The Ambassador, a Warhammer novel, in November 2003, “The Ambassador Chronicles” in July 2005, “Guardians of the Forest” in September 2005. His most recent works have been False Gods (McNeill, 2006), published in June 2006, Fulgrim (McNeill, 2007), published in July 2007,and Mechanicum (McNeill, 2008), the three of which are part of the Black Library’s Horus Heresy novel series. Another part to McNeill’s story about the Ultramarines, The Killing Ground, was released in May 2008. Early 2009 saw the release of his first novel outside of the Black Library, I, Mengsk (McNeill, 2009), set in Blizzard Entertainment’s StarCraft universe. The novel tells the tale of three generations of the Mengsk family – Angus and his revolutionary activities, his son Arcturus and his rise to power (leading up to the events of the first game), and Arcturus’ son Valerian as he struggles to embrace his family’s legacy (leading up to the events of the second game).

Graham McNeill Net Worth

Graham McNeill is one of the richest Novelist & listed on most popular Novelist. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Graham McNeill net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Graham McNeill Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth $1.5 Million
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Source of Income Novelist
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Graham is an avid writer and has had several novels published by The Black Library. They are Nightbringer (McNeill, 2005) published in January 2002, Storm of Iron (McNeill, 2003) in July 2002, Warriors of Ultramar (McNeill, 2004a) in February 2003 and Dead Sky Black Sun (McNeill, 2004). In addition McNeill has written The Ambassador, a Warhammer novel, in November 2003, “The Ambassador Chronicles” in July 2005, “Guardians of the Forest” in September 2005. His most recent works have been False Gods (McNeill, 2006), published in June 2006, Fulgrim (McNeill, 2007), published in July 2007,and Mechanicum (McNeill, 2008), the three of which are part of the Black Library’s Horus Heresy novel series. Another part to McNeill’s story about the Ultramarines, The Killing Ground, was released in May 2008. Early 2009 saw the release of his first novel outside of the Black Library, I, Mengsk (McNeill, 2009), set in Blizzard Entertainment’s StarCraft universe. The novel tells the tale of three generations of the Mengsk family – Angus and his revolutionary activities, his son Arcturus and his rise to power (leading up to the events of the first game), and Arcturus’ son Valerian as he struggles to embrace his family’s legacy (leading up to the events of the second game).

In April 2009, Graham also contributed to the anthology book Tales of Heresy with a story entitled The Last Church, one of the first stories in the Black Library imprint in which the Emperor spoke directly and at length, rather than described from afar as had so far been the case in the Horus Heresy series. Early in 2010, Graham then released A Thousand Sons, a Horus Heresy novel focusing on the Thousand Sons legion and their fall from the graces of the Emperor by the hand of the Space Wolves. This novel was written in sync with a novel due to be released in early 2011 by Dan Abnett, titled Prospero Burns, which tells the same narrative from the opposite perspective.

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In 2011, Graham wrote his first novel for Fantasy Flight Games (known for a wide range of roleplaying games, card games, and board games), Ghouls of the Miskatonic, the first story of the Dark Waters Trilogy, based on FFG’s Arkham Horror board game and thus closely linked to H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos.

Who is Graham McNeill dating?

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Facts & Trivia

Ranked on the list of most popular Novelist. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Scotland. Graham McNeill celebrates birthday on August 15 of every year.

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