Draya Michele-Net Worth, TV series, Movies, Husband, Children, Boyfriend

Draya Michele

Draya Michele is an American television personality best known for appearing in the VH1 reality TV series, Basketball Wives LA. Similarly, she is also an actress who portrayed Holly in the romantic comedy movie, The Perfect Match. As of April 2020, the fashion designer Michele, the owner of the swimsuit line, Mint Swim has an estimated net worth of $600,000.

Pasquale Rotella-Business, Bio, Net Worth, Wife, Twitter, House, Life

Pasquale Rotella

Insomniac Events founder Pasquale Rotella is a popular concert promoter and organizer poplar in the Los Angeles area where he started out as an organizer. He is a well-known name among fans of music and party events. His more than 2 decades in the business has made him a multimillionaire. Similarly, he also became famous as the former husband of former playboy mansion resident, TV personality and author Holly Madison. Rotella is also popular for hosting the Electric Daisy Carnival.

Chad Kroeger-Life, Net Worth, Bio, Songs, Wife, Albums, House

Chad Kroeger

Chad Kroeger, the vocalist & co-founding member of the rock band Nickelback (founded in 1995), is a Canadian singer-songwriter, musician & entrepreneur. With the band, Chad records 9 studio albums including the RIAA Diamond album All the Right Reasons and totals 43 singles so far, that has over 50 million album sales worldwide. Kroeger has a net worth of $60 million as of April 2020. Formerly, he lived in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles house worth $5.4 million with now ex-wife Avril Lavigne.

Fred Savage-TV series, Bio, Net Worth, Wife, Movies, House, Life

Best known for portraying the role of Kevin Arnold on the TV series, The Wonder Years (1988-1993), Fred Savage is an American actor, director, and producer. Besides that, the multi-talented star is also famous as the director of several episodes of TV sitcoms such as Modern Family, 2 Broke Girls, Boys Meets World, and Drake & Josh. Fred Savage is worth $14 million as of April 2014.

Christopher McDonald-Charity, Bio, Net Worth, Wife, Movies, House, Life

Christopher McDonald

Christopher McDonald is one of the prominent faces in the entertainment industry. The actor rose to stardom with a role in a 1991 movie Thelma & Louise. He is also notable for his work in many other super-hit movies like Happy Gilmore (1996), The Iron Giant (1999, and Requiem for a Dream (2000). Similarly, McDonald also worked in a wide array of TV programs such as Walter & Emily, Good Advice, Family Law, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and The Good Wife. 

Will Arnett-Net Worth, Professional Life, Wife, Movies, Age, Children, Height

Will Arnett

Actor, comedian and producer Will Arnett is an Emmy nominated star best known as the lead voice actor of the acclaimed Netflix series BoJack Horseman. In fact, his unique voice has landed him various well-known voice-acting gigs. Similarly, he is also popular as George Oscar “Gob” Bluth II on Arrested Development and Devon Banks in 30 Rock. As for his career on the big-screen, Arnett’s credits include a plethora of comedy movies including Ice Age: The Meltdown, Hot Rod, etc.

Guy Pearce-Net Worth, Professional Life, Wife, Movies, Songs, Age

Guy Pearce

British-Australian actor Guy Pearce is popular for his breakthrough role as a drag queen in a film The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Similarly, he is also known for his portraying the villain character Aldrich Killian in MCU movie Iron Man 3. Guy has an estimated fortune of $14 million in 2020.

Carla Gugino-Net Worth, Professional Life, Wife, Movies, Age, Height

Carla Gugin

Actress Carla Gugino has enjoyed an acting career spanning over 30-year and has been a part of an array of iconic silver screen film and TV projects. She became the film festival sensation following her Ingrid Cortez portrayal in the hard-hitting Spy Kids trilogy (2011-2003). The actress also has deserved credit for her work in many other high-profile movies such as Night At The Museum (2006), American Gangster (2007), and Watchmen (2009).

Adam Neumann Is Reportedly Suing SoftBank Group For The Reported Loss Of $3 Billion

Adam Neumann

Various tabloids and news outlets are reporting that WeWork’s ex-CEO Adam Neumann plans to sue Softbank, an investor in his former company, who according to Neumann went back on a $3 billion share deal. Adam Neumann co-founded WeWork with Miguel McKelvey in 2010, the company was supposed to provide workspaces to companies. The model on which the business was based on was and its subsequent execution of said model was heavily criticized.