Chadwick Mcqueen Net Worth, Career and Biography

Chadwick Mcqueen Net Worth

Chadwick Steven McQueen is an American producer, entertainer,  martial artist, and racecar driver.

 He was born on December 28th, 1960. He is the only child of actor Steve McQueen. 

He was married in 1993 to Jeanie Galbraith and they have two kids together. He was once married to  Stacey Toten but the marriage didn’t last. In the 1980s, Chad McQueen was also romantically involved with Jill Henderson White Pasceri. 

Mcqueen gained fame as a producer and actor for his role as Dutch in The Karate Kid and The Karate Kid Part II.

Chad Mcqueen is a father of three children.

Early life

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Actors Steve McQueen and Neile Adams welcomed their only son Chadwick Steven McQueen into the world on December 28, 1960, in Los Angeles. 

At a very tender age, he developed a passionate interest in cars, motorcycles, and racing, which he inherited from his father. He started riding dirt bikes at the age of nine (9). When McQueen was 10 years old, the Mini Le Man’s race was held on a track built specifically for kids on the set of the 1971 movie Le Mans. This is where he won his first race. At 12, he won his class at the World Mini Grand Prix.

McQueen enjoyed racing at triple-digit speeds down the straights while seated in his father’s lap at the wheel of a Porsche 917.

Career of McQueen

McQueen started his driving career when he was still very young. He won his class in the World Mini Grand Prix when he was twelve years old. 

 Then he participated in a variety of races, including the Baja 1000 and Motocross. He won several competitions and qualified for the (Sports Car Club of America)SCCA  Runoffs in 2004. 

McQueen established McQueen Racing LLC and started making motorcycles and limited-edition, high-performance cars. 

  But his career doesn’t end with just races because the Karate Kid, The Karate Kid Part II, New York Cop, Red Line, and Death Ring are among the movies in which Chad McQueen has acted. He has additionally starred on the television programs “Hot Rod TV” and “Celebrity Rides.” 

He worked on the documentary “Filming at Speed” as a producer, for which he later received a Telly Award. although his acting career ended in 2001, he continued to race cars well during his 40s.

Chad McQueen’s net worth 

 According to a Wealthy Person from January 2021.

Mcqueen has a great career as an actor and professional racing car driver and both professions contribute to his astounding net worth of almost $50 million.

He currently “owns the McQueen Racing firm,” which adds to his great worth.

Private life

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You may love to know about Chad McQueen’s dating history and who he is dating now.

McQueen was married to Stacia Toten from 1987 to 1990, however, the union was short-lived and the reason for the divorce remains unknown to the world but before that, both had a child. 

McQueen later wed Jeanie Galbraith. As a result, the couple had two children: Chase McQueen, born in 1995, and Madison McQueen, born in 1996. In total, he has three children, one from his first wife and two from the second. 

Chad McQueen has also had encounters with Elaine Irwin in1991, Alison Eastwood in1991, Brooke Shields in1990, D’arcy Rice in1990 to1991, and that of  Mariel Hemingway in1979 was said to be a rumour.

The records indicate that McQueen might currently be single.

McQueen had a sister named Terry but she died in 1998 at the age of 38 from respiratory failure. He is also a step-brother to Josh Evans, a screenwriter, and producer.

Mcqueen’s toughest moment

Mcqueen is a popular American entertainer, so people may think that he can’t die or feel depressed due to his health insurance and money.

He suffered a shattered lower left leg, two vertebral fractures, and several rib fractures in an accident at the Daytona International Speedway in January 2006 while preparing for the 24 Hours of Daytona Sports Car race. McQueen now says that his driving days are over, he almost gave up on his dreams. He returned to Daytona for the 2007 Rolex to express his gratitude to the track personnel and medical staff, who, in his opinion, saved his life.

McQueen claimed in a 2017 interview with the Sunday Times that the accident was so horrific he couldn’t even remember it in full, leaving him with numerous shattered bones and putting him in a coma for about a month. He recalls:

“I think I sliced a tire. Driver error might have been to blame. I have no memory, buddy. I struck quite hard, but yes, I lost control of the vehicle, headed to smash the back wall, and everything collapsed on me. My neck left leg and tibia were all broken while I was in a coma for three and a half weeks. Yes, I had a collapsed lung, a fractured arm, and all my ribs on the right side.”

Apart from the disturbance from the injury and the metal implants in his neck and back, McQueen reveals he still has daily pain. To cover up the damage in his eye, he also frequently wears sunglasses.

He then said, “Would I make any changes?” Not at all, I say. The most powerful drug in existence is motorsport.

Some facts to know about McQueen

Age:  61-Year-Old Male (1960)

Spouse/Ex-:Jeanie Galbraith (M. 1993), Stacey Toten (M. 1987–1990)

Father: Steve McQueen

Mother: Neile Adams

Siblings: Terry McQueen (Late Sister) And Josh Evans

Height: 5’9″ (175 cm), 5’9″ 

Ancestry: Filipino American

City: Los Angeles 

Birthday: December 28, 1960 (Capricorn)

Place of birth: Los Angeles, California, United States of America 

Build: Athletic

Eye colour: Brown

Hair Color: Dark Brown

Sexuality: Straight

Religion: Christian

Ethnicity: White

Nationality: American

Occupation: Text Actor and Auto Racing

 Reported Fame: Dutch in The Karate Kid 

Year(s) Active:1984–present, 1984–2001 (acting).

Family Member: Steven R. McQueen (son)

Some movies that McQueen has been involved in 

Year: 1978          Title: Skateboarder     Role: competition skateboarder#21

Year: 1983         Title: Hadley’s Rebellion   Role: Rick Stanton

Year: 1984       Title: The Karate Kid      Role: Dutch   

Year: 1985         Title: Fever Pitch    Role: Prisoner

Year: 1985         Title: The Fascination

Year: 1986        Title: The Karate Kid Part II   Role: Dutch 

 Year: 1991       Title: Martial Law   Role: Sean Thompson

Year: 1992       Title: Death Ring    Role: ‘Skylord’ Harris   

Year: 1993       Title: New York Cop   Role: Hawk

Year: 1993       Title: Firepower    Role: Darren Braniff   

Year: 1994       Title: Sexual Malice   Role: David

Year: 1994    Title: Jimmy Hollywood    Role: Audition Partner   

Year: 1994    Title: Indecent Behavior II   Role: Darrell Martine

Year: 1994    Title: Bullet II    Role: Bullet   

Year: 1995    Title: Number One Fan     Role: Zane Barry

Year: 1996    Title: Red Line   Role: Jim   

Year: 1996    Title: Squanderers    Role: John

Year: 1998   Title: Papertrail   Role: William Frost     

Year: 1998    Title: Surface to Air    Role: Lt. Dylan ‘Raven’ Massin

Year: 2001   Title: The Fall    Role: Manny Carlotti


 McQueen rose to recognition as an actor and producer because of his portrayal of Dutch in The Karate Kid. On December 28, 1960, in Los Angeles, California, Chad McQueen was born. He has two brothers and a late sister but he is the only son of Steve McQueen and Neile Adams.

He started riding dirt bikes at the age of nine and won his first race aged 10. Steve McQueen was seriously injured in an accident at the Daytona International Speedway in 2006. The accident left him with shattered bones and put him in a coma for about a month. He says he still has daily pain from the injury and metal implants in his neck and back.


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