American golf ball player most widely known as the 1st celebrity to endorse a type of sneakers. Chuck Taylor All-Stars, made by Converse, became among the top-selling golf ball shoes ever sold. He was a standout golf ball player in university. He played expertly using the Ft. Wayne and later on Detroit Pistons in the commercial little league. He teamed with Converse to make a new footwear that he advertised around the united states. He wedded Lucy Kimbrell in 1962. His tennis shoes had been eclipsed in name acknowledgement by Michael Jordan’s eponymous type of Air flow Jordan sneakers, however, not in sales.
|1||Chuck Taylor appeared on ABC News' "20/20" on June 13, 2014, discussing lip-syncing.|
|2||Writer and senior editor at Billboard magazine since 1995.|
|Biography||2008||TV Series documentary||Himself|
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