Have you ever wondered what the net worth of Cedric McMillan was? This late American IFBB professional bodybuilder with the “golden age” body.
Naturally, you’ll wonder what a bodybuilding career can do in terms of finances. Cedric McMillan’s net worth stops in April, the month during which he died.
As of May 2023, Cedric McMillan had a net worth of $6 million.
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Cedric McMillan was born in Maplewood, New Jersey on the 17th of August in 1977. Ever since he was a child, he’d been interested in muscular physiques and used to draw them.
Cedric had incredible admiration for Arnold Schwarzenegger, inspired by the 7x Mr. Olympia champion.
Bodybuilding Career Kickoff
McMillan started training when he was 13 years old. Then, he participated in his first bodybuilding competition.
This was after moving to South Carolina, where Cedric McMillan participated in plenty of bodybuilding competitions after his friend Mark Neil convinced him.
With only a month of training, McMillan showed huge development, which encouraged Neil to push him to participate in a bodybuilding competition that was only a month away.
During this month, Cedric McMillan managed to reach 225 pounds. This means he gained 30 pounds, as he started training to weigh 195 pounds.
Cedric participated in the 2007 NPC South Carolina—competing at 205 pounds—and became champion of the super heavyweight division.
Excelling at a Bodybuilding Career
Ever since his 2007 success, Cedric McMillan only made progress and advanced as a bodybuilder. Little by little, Cedric McMillan’s net worth increased to reach $5 to $7 million.
Cedric McMillan won first place in both NPC Championships; the Junior U.S.A. one in 2008 and the National one in 2009.
In 2010, he ranked 4th in the Europa Dallas Pro. Then, in 2011, he ranked 11th in the New York Pro.
After that, Cedric McMillan made a remarkable comeback by ranking 1st in the Europa Orlando Pro and also 1st in the New York Pro in 2012.
He participated in 13 competitions during this period, coming in 1st place in the FIBO Power Germany in 2013, the Golden State Pro in 2015, the Levrone Pro Classic in 2016, and the Arnold Classic in 2017.
This competition in Ohio was a very special one as he got to meet his childhood idol, Arnold Schwarzenegger. Not to mention, it added a good amount to Cedric McMillan’s net worth.
During these 4 years, Cedric McMillan participated in ten competitions, coming in 1st place in the Fitparade Hungry Pro – Grand Prix and the Romania Muscle Fest Pro in 2019. That was the last in building Cedric McMillan’s net worth.
Struggle and Tragedy
The bodybuilder contracted COVID-19 in 2020, which took a negative toll on his health.
Cedric McMillan’s death was heartbreaking. The 44-year-old had a heart attack while he was working out on the treadmill in April 2022.
Cedric McMillan Net Worth 2023
As of May 2023, Cedric McMillan had a net worth of $5 to $7 million. Cedric McMillan’s net worth stopped accumulating with his death in April.
The exact number of Cedric McMillan’s net worth is a little elusive, as there are no disclosed numbers of his salary in the army, where he worked as a United States army instructor.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Was Cedric McMillan Still A United States Army Instructor When He Died?
Yes. McMillan had been serving in the South Carolina National Guard until he died tragically.
How Many Children Did Cedric McMillan Have?
Cedric McMillan had four children: Lemae, Eli, Isaac, and Seven with his wife, Eva Matulessy McMillan.
Work Hard Until You Meet Your Heroes
Cedric’s passion for bodybuilding ever since he was a child paved the way to winning the 2017 Olympia championship. There, he met his idol, who praised him and recognized him as his favorite bodybuilder.
Be Down to Earth
McMillan’s humbleness made him very popular among his peers. He was also very open with his fans, sharing his troubles and successes alike.
McMillan even sent them a heartfelt message about success weeks before his death.
Despite his stellar success as an American IFBB professional bodybuilder, McMillan served in the army until his death, giving his country his time and dedication.