Travis Lucas Net Worth
Travis is an enthusiastic firefighter at Station 19 of the Seattle Fire Department. He enjoys working closely with his fellow firefighters and collaborates well with all.
He was placed under investigation after altering a police report’s time stamp and saving it to a thumb drive, before later lying about this when being interviewed for internal affairs purposes.
Early Life and Education
Travis has represented clients in federal trial and appellate courts without ever losing a jury trial. He has served as a presiding judge or magistrate and resolved hundreds of contested cases; additionally he served as legislative liaison and chief of staff to one of the highest-ranking federal agency officials.
American Graffiti (1973), his semiautobiographical film that became an instantaneous box office success, gave him the confidence to produce more films. From here he founded Industrial Light and Magic (ILM) to handle special effects for future films while revolutionizing movie theaters through their groundbreaking THX system.
His private law practice can be found in Virginia, but he also holds licenses in D.C. and Texas. Furthermore, he founded a multi-professional consulting firm which specializes in public policy analysis and advice, with a separate service line dedicated to strategic communications services.
Lucas was known for his incredible mnemonic skills and love of numbers, captivating audiences with his ability to remember word games and number puzzles as well as performing magic tricks. He even briefly appeared as an entertainer on television!
He starred as Bob Zellner, grandson of a Klansman who joins the civil rights movement in Mississippi. This film earned critical acclaim.
Lucas graduated with honors from Western Kentucky University with a distinguished volleyball career that included four-time All-America honors from AVCA, helping lead her Lady Toppers team to conference championships all four years of her time on The Hill. Now working as the setter coach of WKU volleyball team as well as state reporting and student advising duties.
Achievement and Honors
Travis, as a former trial court judge who handled more than 50,000 civil and criminal cases, has built a national practice to assist clients with complex business transaction, estate planning and government affairs issues. He frequently speaks at industry conferences as well as appearing on national media outlets to address legal matters.
Lucas earned C-USA Coach of the Year honors while leading her Lady Toppers to success both on the field and academically; her players achieved multiple national recognitions for both academics and community service initiatives thanks to her guidance.
Lucas has performed the roles of Don Alfonso in Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte and John Proctor in Robert Ward’s The Crucible with Utah Vocal Arts Academy. Additionally, he participated as a chorus member with Wilmington Concert Opera’s production of Le nozze di Figaro.
Travis Lucas is a family man who remains true to his roots and values, prioritizing the wellbeing of his loved ones above all else. Additionally, Travis is active within his community; supporting local charities and businesses while taking part in sporting events to raise money for research services and support services.
He has extensive experience as a trial attorney, business transactional lawyer and criminal prosecutor; has served on federal court benches; served as legislative counsel to a member of Congress; legislative director; agency director for an agency of Congress; legislative counsel/agency director to another member of Congress and agency director to yet another. Furthermore, he maintains a flourishing public policy practice as well as offering strategic communications service lines.
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Travis Lucas does not reveal his exact net worth; however, he has amassed significant earnings through his career in action sports as an athlete and business ventures and endorsement deals. Furthermore, he founded Nitro Circus Entertainment Company which produces live events featuring extreme stunts and motorsports.
He has directed episodes for popular TV series such as Chicago Hope and The Practice, as well as notable films including Any Day Now (2016) and “The Space Between” (2017).
He has served as both a federal trial court judge and magistrate, handling complex cases in that capacity. A frequent speaker at national and international conferences, Lucas is also widely published in legal and regulatory topics. As head of Lucas | Compton Attorneys & Counselors at Law, PLLC; which offers broad corporate, wealth planning, public policy analysis advising services with its own service line for strategic communications.