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Dan Bilzerian Net Worth 2022: Early Life, Poker Career, & More Details!

He is an American entrepreneur, actor, social media sensation, and gambler known as Dan Bilzerian. The net worth of Dan Bilzerian is $200 million. Social media helped make Dan Bilzerian renowned around the world. On Instagram alone, he has more than 30 million followers. Dan posts pictures and videos of his extravagant lifestyle on social media.

Dan Bilzerian

Net Worth: $200 Million
Gender: Male
Profession: Actor, Professional Poker Player
Nationality: United States of America

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Early Life

Dan Bilzerian was born in Tampa Bay, Florida on December 7, 1980. Dan’s father, Paul Bilzerian, was a notable private equity/corporate takeover specialist in the 1980s. Dan is of Armenian descent through his father. By the time Paul Bilzerian was 36 years old, he had already amassed a self-made $40 million fortune. Unfortunately, in 1988 Paul was indicted for tax and security fraud.

Dan was eight years old at the time. The older Bilzerian declared bankruptcy in 2001 citing just $15,000 in assets and more than $140 million worth of debt. Dan’s mother is named Terri Steffen. Dan has a brother named Adam who is a fellow poker player. In its heyday, the family resided in the largest home in Tampa, a 28,000-square-foot mansion with 10 bedrooms.

This residence was foreclosed on in 2016 when Paul went to the Caribbean to evade arrest. Before their father was charged, he reportedly set up trust funds for both Dan and Adam. It’s unclear how much of these assets have contributed to Dan’s present-day affluent lifestyle or whether any of those funds were potentially ill-gotten in Paul’s suspected tax and security scams.

Dan Bilzerian’s Early Career

In 1999, Dan enlisted in the Navy and has served ever since. Following his SEAL training in 2000, Bilzerian was expelled from the program just weeks before graduation due to an argument with one of his administrators. The dispute stemmed from a safety violation at the shooting range. Dan enrolled in the University of Florida after his discharge from the Navy and studied Criminology and Business.

Poker Career

Dan began playing poker professionally in 2009 when he was 29 years old. At the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event, he finished in 180th position. In the end, this was his most successful official poker tournament. He walked away with $36,000 in winnings. Currently, Dan is well-known for his skill as a poker player. Even though his official career victories at sanctioned events are modest, he claims to have won millions, if not tens of millions, of dollars in private tournaments and other unofficial settings.

After Bradley Ruderman was sentenced to prison in 2011, Dan and eleven other celebrities were requested to pay back their earnings from Ruderman’s Ponzi scam. To help Ruderman’s victims who had been victimized by his criminal career, they were asked to return the money they had stolen. That same year, Dan spoke out in support of Alex Rodriguez, who had been accused of engaging in unethical gambling practices.

Dan is said to have walked away with $12.8 million in one of the most storied sporting events of all time. Only $5,000 to $10,000 was staked in a single heads-up no-limit hold ’em game. After he won, he promptly flew to Mexico in a private plane to enjoy himself. It’s claimed that he won $50 million in poker that year alone. At least three times, he has lost more than $3 million. Bliss Magazine dubbed him “The Funniest Poker Player on Twitter” and co-founded Victory Poker with him.

Acting Career

Additionally, he is known for his work in the movies “Olympus Has Fallen,” “Lone Survivor,” “The Other Woman,” and “Extraction,” as well as television shows such as the sequel to The Equalizer, “Cat Run 2,” and most recently, “War Dogs.”

Litigation ensued, with Bilzerian alleging that his $1 million loans to the production business were in exchange for only 8 minutes of screen time and 80 words of conversation. In the end, his screen time was reduced to about a minute, with only a single line of conversation. In his case, he demanded $1.2 million, which was the sum of the loan amount plus 20%. However, due to the film’s success and Dan’s media attention, it was eventually dropped and Dan ended up making $1.5 million on his investment.

Vanessa Castano was kicked in the face by Dan during an altercation at a Miami nightclub in August 2014. Dan said that Vanessa and another woman had beaten up his girlfriend. Dan was sued by Castano for 1 million dollars in damages for her injuries.

At some point after that year, Dan became embroiled with pornographic actress Janice Griffith in a legal battle. As part of a photo shoot for Hustler, he allegedly hurled her off a roof and into a swimming pool. However, she suffered a broken foot as a result of her miscalculation and subsequent collision with the pool’s edge. She requested $85,000 from Bilzerian, but he turned her down. Griffith then sued both Hustler and Bilzerian for damages.

Bilzerian was arrested at LAX Airport in December on suspicion of bomb-making. The allegations against him were withdrawn, and he was freed the very next morning. “Negligently failing to extinguish a fire in the open” was the charge against Dan in February 2015. He was sentenced to pay $17, 231.

Dan Bilzerian Net Worth
Dan Bilzerian Net Worth

Social Media

Dan Bilzerian’s Instagram uploads (he has over 26 million followers) chronicling a fantastic playboy lifestyle that would make Hugh Hefner himself envious have recently gained him a level of popularity. The Playboy King of Instagram is what he’s calling himself these days. Dan suffered three heart attacks before the age of 32 as a result of his crazy way of living. Dan spoke on Joe Rogan’s YouTube program to talk about how he got into poker and where he is now.

Dan Bilzerian Net Worth Milestones

In 2013, we first became aware of Dan’s existence. He was thought to be worth $50 million at the time. Today, he has a fortune of $200 million.

2013 – $50 million
2014 – $100 million
2015 – $120 million
2016 – $150 million
2017 – $170 million
2018 – $180 million
Dan Bilzerian net worth 2020 – $200 million

Personal Life

When he declared his presidential candidacy in June of last year, Bilzerian shocked the political world. In 2016, he endorsed Donald Trump.

Dan, his brother Adam, and his father Paul traveled to Armenia in August 2018 to take their vows to become Armenian citizens. He went to a shooting range while he was there and fired firearms. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry received a letter of protest from Azerbaijan’s administration. Bilzerian was placed on the international wanted list after a Baku court issued an arrest warrant for him.

On the morning of October 1, 2017, Dan was in the vicinity of the Las Vegas shooting spree. He had shot and shared footage of himself on Instagram many times that night. He was seen running for his life in the first video. He claimed this in the second video he posted “Got a gun to protect me. “I don’t think there’s much I can do,” he said in his farewell video, “but I’m f—king headed back.” His actions that night sparked a lot of discussion in the media.

 Real Estate

A decade of Dan’s life has been spent mostly in and around the Los Angeles area. Dan’s primary residence is in Las Vegas, Nevada, for tax purposes. He paid $4.1 million for a five-bedroom Summerlin South property in 2014. His previous home was worth $5 million when he sold it in 2017, so he bought a new one nearby for $10 million. In 2018, Dan reportedly paid $50,000 a month to live in a massive four-story Bel Air estate with 12 bedrooms. Renting a Hollywood Hills property previously cost him $39,000 per month. Five bars and a two-lane bowling rink are among the amenities in his new estate that he hopes will make it feel like a nightclub.

The Tampa mansion where Dan grew up is featured in the film below.

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