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Net Worth:
$300 Thousand
Date of Birth:
1946 (77 years old)
Place of Birth:
United States of America
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Andrew Probert Net Worth: Andrew Probert is an American artist who has a net worth of $300 thousand. Andrew Probert was born in 1946 in a small place called Independence in the state of Missouri. For many, he is known as the artist who designed Star Trek's USS Enterprise as well as Enterprise-D. Andrew Probert received his formal higher education in Pasadena, California at the Art Center College. Thanks to a recommendation by Ralph McQuarrie, Probert landed his first job on the TV miniseries "Battle star Galactica". There he significantly contributed to the design of the Cyclon Centurions as well as on the building on some of the space ship models. A year later, in 1978, he was hired to work as an illustrator/designer on the Star Trek, the motion picture. He was responsible for the concept creation and design of both human and Vulcan space technology. In 1983 he made a comeback on TV, working on a pilot episode of new series called "Airwolf". The following year he went on to work on Spielberg's classic movie "Back to the Future", for which he drew only storyboards in the beginning. Eventually, he was asked to design the cult time machine. Next, he was invited to join the staff of the new Star Trek series. There he was first working on the bridge of the new space ship. It was upon its completion that he was asked to design the entire interior of the starship. In addition to the above, he worked on "Tron", "Space Camp", "Batteries not included", "Philadelphia Experiment" and "Mask". Aside from his work on movies and TV, he had been also hired to work as a design consultant for a Star trek multiplayer online game.

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