Steve Parrott

Steve Parrott

Steve Parrott is an esteemed photographer whose photographs have appeared in various trade and design journals. Additionally, he holds his real estate license and invests in real estate investments.

He holds degrees from Towson State University and the University of Baltimore School of Law.

He joined the firm in 1975, taking responsibility for clients based in London of the partnership.

Early Life and Education

Steven Parrott was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. In 1977 he received his B.S. from Towson University before graduating with honors and distinction from the University of Baltimore School of Law four years later in 1981. Admitted to practice both state and federal courts he has extensive trial and appellate litigation experience as an advocate specializing in complex defense litigation matters at both trial and appellate levels; joining DeCaro Doran In 2019 as Of Counsel, where his primary areas of concentration include Appellate Practice Commercial Litigation Civil Litigation Banking Law Business Law Products Liability Tort Defense; He also belongs to American Bar Association membership

Professional Career

Steve Parrott served his country honorably before transitioning into professional sports after leaving military service. An accomplished snooker player, Steve has taken part in numerous tournaments worldwide. Additionally he has provided studio expert analysis on BBC Sport as well as tutorials.

He reached the final of the 1989 World Championship but lost to Steve Davis 3-18 – his most severe loss ever in any world championship final. Nonetheless, he did win the 1991 UK Championship title.

He co-founded Alternative Events, an online platform and media brand focusing on the UK’s dynamic professional services technology market, such as law firms, property advisory, accountancy practices, and management consultancies. As strategic advisor for Alternative Events he acts as an advisor on its board while also serving on Praesto Consulting’s board of Directors.

Achievement and Honors

He is a member of Mississippi State University Honor Society and received the Bearss Fellowship award, in addition to receiving a National Park Service Scholarship.

Parrott has also served as a pitching coach in the minor leagues, including Rockford Expos, West Palm Beach Expos, Harrisburg Senators, Ottawa Lynx, Charlotte Knights, Lethbridge Black Diamonds and Tucson Sidewinders. Furthermore, he served as an assistant coach with Arizona Diamondbacks organization.

In 1991 he won both the World and UK Championship, becoming one of only six players ever to accomplish such an achievement in one year. Additionally he held an impressive record with seven world championship matches reaching final-frame deciders; seven wins came his way! Additionally he regularly appeared as an expert studio analyst alongside Steve Davis on BBC Sport coverage of snooker events.

Personal Life

Parrott’s groundbreaking first novel, Ex-Wife, marked an important breakthrough in women’s fiction. Exploring issues surrounding divorced women and their role within modern society, Ex-Wife was a popular bestseller that helped define modern womanhood.

Parrot wrote her books with an honesty characteristic of New York School writers during her time. Her works drew on personal experience as well as observations about contemporary life.

Parrott leaves behind her loving 61-year-old wife Carol; sons Terry and Stephen Tyre, daughter Lisa Morgan and brother Drayton Parrott as well as 15 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren; also many friends and acquaintances from Largo and Clearwater Florida where she resided – she will be dearly missed by many.

Net Worth

Parrott was a familiar face on the snooker circuit during the late ’80s and 90s, winning 28 ranking titles and remaining within the top 16 of world rankings for fourteen seasons in a row. Today he boasts an estimated net worth of $11.6 million thanks to endorsements and commentary work.

Parrott is happily married to Karen, and the couple share two children: Ellie (daughter) and Josh (son). Together, they enjoy an idyllic family life.

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