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Jeff Benedict


Jeff Benedict

Jeff Benedict is a New York Times bestselling author, a special features writer for Sports Illustrated, and a television and film producer. He has also written for the New York Times and Los Angeles Times, and his stories have been the basis for segments on "60 Minutes," "20/20," "48 Hours," "Good Morning America," "CBS Sunday Morning," the NFL Network, HBO Real Sports, CNN and the Discovery Channel. He has written 15 books, including the New York Times bestselling autobiography of Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young. He lives with his wife and four children in Connecticut.

Jeff Benedict

Books by Jeff Benedict

by Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian - Biography, Nonfiction, Sports

In 2009, Tiger Woods was the most famous athlete on the planet. Married to a Swedish beauty and the father of two young children, he was the winner of 14 major golf championships and earning more than $100 million annually. But it was all a carefully crafted illusion. As it turned out, Woods had been living a double life for years --- one that unraveled in the aftermath of a Thanksgiving-night car crash that exposed his serial infidelity and sent his personal and professional lives over a cliff. Still, the world has always wondered: Who is Tiger Woods, really? In TIGER WOODS, Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian look deep behind the headlines to produce a richly reported answer to that question.

by Steve Young, with Jeff Benedict - Memoir, Nonfiction, Sports

Steve Young produced some of the most memorable moments in NFL history: his electrifying 49-yard game-winning touchdown against Minnesota, his last-second touchdown strike to Terrell Owens to beat Green Bay in the playoffs, and his record-setting six touchdown passes in Super Bowl XXIX. But his most impressive victories were personal ones that were won off the field when no one was watching. QB is a remarkably revealing memoir of an athletically gifted Mormon boy with a 4.0 GPA, a photographic memory, and a severe case of childhood separation anxiety. At the same time, Young was absolutely fearless --- and unstoppable --- whenever he had a ball in his hands.