Steve Humphrey: Life and Facts
Steve Humphrey is not only the ex husband of the late Sue Grafton; Humphrey is a well-known college professor and physicist. Steve Humphrey holds a Ph.D. in Physics. Steve Humphrey is an interim professor at the University of Louisville and the University of California, Santa Barbara. Steve Humphrey shared a marriage spanning four decades with wife Sue Grafton.
Fun Facts about Steve Humphrey
1. Steve Humphrey enjoys golfing. 2. Steve Humphrey enjoys cooking and weight lifting. 3. Steve Humphrey has a strong passion for quantum mechanics. 4. Sue Grafton and Steve Humphrey were married for 25 years. 5. Steve Humphrey and Sue Grafton have a pet cat named Emma.
Sue Grafton: Life and Facts
Sue Grafton began her writing career in 1964 and has since written over 25 books under her Kinsey Millhone Alphabet series, two novels published in the early 60s, and three essays published in various collections. Sue Grafton, whose father was also a detective fiction writer, took up the family's trade at the age of 27 and continued her career of writing until her last days. Sue Grafton had been married twice prior to meeting Steve Humphrey and had one child when she entered their marriage. Sue Grafton and Steve Humphrey made a life for themselves as newlyweds. As Sue Grafton and Steve Humphrey reached success in their lives, the pair decided to purchase their Lancliff estate and restored it to their satisfaction. This is where the couple resided until the end of Sue Grafton's life. Sue Grafton passed away after battling cancer for two years.
We're mourning the loss of local author Sue Grafton (left), with a fan at a book signing for V is for Vengeance at Chaucer’s Bookstore, November 2011, photographed by Lauren de Bell. Here's our 2011 look at some of the Santa Barbara sites memorialized in her alphabet series: http://sbseasons.com/2012/04/sue-grafton-on-writing/ #SueGrafton #SBBooks #SBWriters #sbseasons #sb #santabarbara #SBSeasonsMagazine #CentralCoast #CoastalSeasons To subscribe visit sbseasons.com/subscribe.html
Anteayer, en California, se apagó una dama. En 1982, sin ser ella nadie (ni escritora ni nada, apenas una mujer perjudicada que naufragaba en su propio divorcio), por hacer algo con las manos que no fuese presionar fuertemente la tráquea del que aún era su marido, escribió "A de adulterio". Desde entonces, hay días que yo de mayor quiero ser Kinsey Millhone y días que quiero ser Sue Grafton. Y sé que no puede leer estas palabras, pero la estoy llorando y despidiendo como se entierra a alguien fundamental. Qué putada, paya. #kinseymillhone #suegrafton @tusquetseditores
Books into Movies
Sue Grafton and husband Steven Humphrey later found success in screenplay. Sue Grafton and Steven Humphrey worked on Agatha Christie's "A Caribbean Mystery" and "Sparkling Cyanide" for a television show. Along with the "A Caribbean Mystery" project, Sue Grafton also turned her father's writing "Lolly-Madonna XXX" into a screenplay. Sue Grafton's screenplay and television projects allowed career opportunities for upcoming actors to display their talents. These actors received the chance to work on projects that would otherwise not be available to them. Sue Grafton found success in the screenplay and television world with the projects of "A Caribbean Mystery", "Sparkling Cyanide", and later the movie "Svengali".
Ex Husband Steve Humphrey: Life After Sue Grafton
Steve Humphrey lost his wife on December 28, 2017 when she lost her two-year battle with cancer. Sue Grafton lived a fulfilling life and ex husband Steve Humphrey continues living a quiet life supporting his wife's business and his own interests. Though there is no public information on the net worth of Steve Humphrey, Sue Grafton leaves behind a net worth of over $50M.
Only heard on Sunday that a favorite author of mine passed away. I have loved reading her #kinseymilhone alphabet series. She made it to "Y" which I coincidentally am reading right now... Met her here in Kansas City at Unity On the Plaza... Sponsored by #rainydaybooks ... RIP #suegrafton Thank you for hours and hours of wonderful reading... You will be missed....