You may know Charles Bronson from film classics like The Magnificent Seven
and the Death Wish
series, but he too spent time behind the wheel. Drafted into the Army in 1943, Bronson drove trucks for the Air Corps before becoming a tail gunner on a B-29 bomber.
Hasta La Vista, Baby
While on the road, one trucker found his true calling after watching Star Wars. Director James Cameron quit the trucking business and went on to become one of the biggest filmmakers in history — whose film Avatar was only recently de-throned as highest grossing domestic release by the latest Star Wars picture. Do you think his fascination with blowing up trucks in his movies is some kind of therapy?
Trucked by an Angel
After driving a cab, future gospel singer and Touched by an Angel actress Della Reese sought more money as a truck driver. Reese’s route had her hauling produce from Toledo to Detroit a few times a week. While she went on to become a household name, Reese enjoyed trucking, and especially liked that she never had to load or unload her truck!
From Stardom to Trucking
On the other hand, how many celebs decided the trucking life is for them? Once a wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys, retired player Roy Williams now runs his own fleet, RDUB Trucking out of Odessa, TX. While it’s not the retirement he envisioned — his company now operates with 14 vehicles. Not a bad retirement plan if you ask me!
But whether you’re going to be the next Elvis, writing the next summer blockbuster, or starting your own fleet — you have to keep up with your 2290’s. So you’re not as famous as Liam Neeson, but we’ll still help you file your 2290 at ExpressTruckTax. And if you’re a fleet owner like Roy Williams, check out ExpressIRSForms for W-2s and Obamacare Forms 1094 & 1095.
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