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Lathan McKay (Erik McKay) was born on 10 January, 1978 in Austin, Texas, United States, is an American historian, producer, actor, and entrepreneur. At 42 years old, Lathan McKay height is 6 ft 3 in (190.5 cm).
Now We discover Lathan McKay's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of net worth at the age of 44 years old?
|Popular As||Erik McKay|
|Lathan McKay Age||44 years old|
|Born||10 January 1978|
|Birthplace||Austin, Texas, United States|
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Lathan McKay Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Lathan McKay worth at the age of 44 years old? Lathan McKay’s income source is mostly from being a successful Producer. He is from American. We have estimated Lathan McKay's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
|Salary in 2021||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Producer|
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In 2018 and 2019 editing began on Resurrecting Evel and Evelution. Both films documenting the undertaking that was the restoration of Evel Knievel’s Mack truck and the six-year journey that lead to the opening of the Museum. McKay co-produced and was featured in both the Austin, Texas-based film Off The Record and Reelz channel’s Collision Course. In April of 2019 production began on Evel Live 2 for A&E Networks and the Evel Knievel Museum received a THEA Award awarded by Themed Entertainment Association for being one of the best new attractions in the United States.. Production for NBCUniversal's limited series Evel began in early January, 2020.
McKay was also a co-producer and rare film & photo archivist for the Emmy nominated documentary Being Evel with producers Johnny Knoxville and George Hamilton. He appeared in Derik Murray's documentary I Am Evel Knievel, with Matthew McConaughey, for which he was also a co-producer/archivist, and executive produced the Leo Award-winning feature-length documentary Chasing Evel: The Life of Robbie Knievel, which premiered at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival and Nashville Film Festival in 2017. It was released worldwide in 2018.
With partnerships from the Knievel family, McKay, Robby Hull and Marilyn Stemp set out to resurrect Evel Knievel Enterprises. Thus began a worldwide hunt for Knievel memorabilia, which McKay termed "Evel Archaelogy." By 2015, he owned the largest Evel Knievel collection ever assembled. He has exhibited the collection throughout the United States consistently since it was first displayed in 2013. It includes six jump bikes; X-rays of Evel's broken bones Knievel's performance leathers; and most iconic helmets, wardrobe, and personal effects.
It was debuted and led the yearly parade at Evel Knievel Days in Butte in 2015. Driven by Mike Draper, who began driving for Knievel in the early 1970s, Big Red was displayed on tour at events throughout the United States with the support of Mack Trucks. The tour schedule included Evel Knievel days, Sturgis, Hollywood, Texas Motor Speedway and the Great American Trucking Show. It was the star attraction at the premiere of the documentary Being Evel. Big Red is to be permanently housed at the Evel Knievel Museum, which opened in Topeka, Kansas in July 2017. McKay refers to it as the "mothership" of his collection.
The years 2015 to 2017 were fortuitous as the inaugural tour of Big Red (partnering with Mack Trucks) went nationwide. It led the parade at Evel Knievel days in Butte, Montana. McKay and Doug Danger successfully completed their mutual dream of the world record 22-car jump on Evel's Harley Davidson XR750. During the 75th anniversary of the Sturgis motorcycle rally at the Legendary Buffalo Chip Campground. In 2015 he again partnered again with the Knievel family on Evel Ale, a custom beer made by South Austin Brewery.
Long enamored with his own fathers and Evel Knievel's “live your dreams“ philosophy, McKay began his collection of Evel Knievel memorabilia in early 2012. After months of research and lengthy negotiation, he acquired his first set of Knievel's 1974 jump leathers and a performance helmet. Soon after, he traveled to Knievel's hometown of Butte, Montana for the annual Evel Knievel Days celebration. Forming connections with Knievel family, crew and fans. During a 2014 interview, McKay noted that none of Knievel's memorabilia was at the celebrations and that Knievel's ramps were left to rot in fields. This helped motivate him and his team.
McKay continued to act, but became more interested in all aspects of filmmaking. In 2008 he joined Melissa and Monte Hellman’s newly formed production company, wearing many hats as mentor Hellman's assistant on the 2010 Golden Lion award-winning film Road to Nowhere. He also performed and produced alongside the Hellman family.
In 2004, McKay moved to Los Angeles to continue a career as an actor. As he was looking for a place to live, he was introduced to his favorite film director Monte Hellman by a friend, actor Nicky Katt. Hellman had a spare room in his Laurel Canyon home, and McKay moved in. He performed in several films, and in 2008, he was cast to portray Layne Staley of Alice In Chains in Layne Staley: Get Born Again. This biographical film went into production but was never completed due to estate and legal issues.
In 2003, McKay starred in Levelland, a film about coming of age in the flatlands of Texas. Several of its non-fictional characters were skateboarders, and director Clark Lee Walker, co-writer of The Newton Boys, cast avid skateboarders to act in the film. Levelland premiered at the 2003 Tribeca Film Festival.
Lathan McKay is the second of the two children of Karlan McKay and Karen Ann McKay. The surname McKay is of Scottish origin. Both his mother and father were of Scottish and English ancestry. His parents, Karlan and Karen, divorced in 1986. McKay and his older sister, Amy, were primarily raised in Missouri City, Sugar Land, and Austin, Texas.
Lathan McKay (born January 10, 1978) is an American historian, producer, entrepreneur, actor and co-founder of the Evel Knievel Museum. As a former professional skateboarder, he has amassed the largest collection of Evel Knievel memorabilia in the world. The collection now resides at the official Evel Knievel Museum alongside Historic Harley Davidson.
McKay was born on January 10, 1978, in Austin, Texas, where he grew up. He started skateboarding as a child, and became sponsored at 14. Inspired by Evel Knievel, he spent a decade on the road as a professional, breaking for a year to attend the University of Texas at Austin. McKay became a 70s-era cinephile and was inspired by existential films like Cisco Pike, Night Moves, Charley Varrick, Little Fauss and Big Halsy, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, films by Sam Peckinpah, and particularly Monte Hellman’s Two-Lane Blacktop.