10 Things You Don't Know About Dan Bilzerian
If you aren't familiar with Dan Bilzerian, you should be. Dan is an American venture capitalist, professional poker player, actor, and thrill seeker who is most recognizied for his absolutely ridiculous instagram account where he posts photos from his daily encounters.
Below are ten things you may or may not know about Mr. Dan Bilzerian.
1.) Bilzerian was born in Tampa, Florida; however has homes in Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, and Montana that we are aware of.
2.) Bilzerian is a four year Navy veteran; however received an honorable discharge. Apparently, bilzerian mouthed off to an officer and was kicked out of SEAL training two days before graduation.
3.) Bilzerian is the son of Wall Street corporate take-over specialist Paul Bilzerian, who was convicted of securities and tax law violations and served a prison sentence leading him to bankruptcy.
4.) Bilzerian was kicked out of two different schools in seventh grade, spent eighth grade at a military boarding school, then went to Utah to live with mormons for a year.
5.) Senior year in high school, Bilzerian was kicked out and thrown in jail for having a machine gun in the trunk of his car.
6.) After Bilzerian’s military career, he enrolled at the University of Florida in Business and Criminology and became a brother of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity.
7.) Bilzerian suffered 2 heart attacks before he turned 30.
8.) Bilzerian is Co-Founder of Victory Poker, an online poker room.
9.) Bilzerian is an actor. In regards to Bilzerian’s film career, he first appeared as a stunt person in the 2013 film, Olympus Has Fallen. Bilzerian also invested 1 million dollars in the production of Lone Survivor, in which he had a role in.
10.) Bilzerian’s net worth is estimated around 100 million dollars; although this is probably a low estimate.
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