Dan Bilzerian Net Worth

Net Worth:$200 Million
Date of Birth: December 7, 1980 (43 years old)
Profession:Actor, Professional Poker Player
Nationality:United States of America

What is Dan Bilzerian net worth? How does Dan Bilzerian make his money? Below is the current net worth of Dan Bilzerian and how Dan Bilzerian makes his money.

What is Dan Bilzerian’s Net Worth?

Dan Bilzerian is an Armenian-American poker player, businessman, actor social media star, and gambler. Dan Bilzerian has a net worth of $200 million.

Early Life

On December 7, 1980, in Tampa, Florida, Daniel Bilzerian was born. He is the son of Terri Steffen and hostile takeover expert Paul Bilzerian. His brother and fellow poker player is Adam Bilzerian.

Even though it is unknown if Daniel Brandon Bilzerian received a degree, he professes to have spent four years studying business and criminology at the University of Florida. Through his father, he is half Armenian.


Daniel served in The navy in 1999. After completing two grueling weeks of SEAL training in 2002, Bilzerian withdrew from the camp a few weeks before he was set to graduate due to an argument with another of his superiors.

According to reports, there was a safety issue on the shooting range that led to the dispute. Daniel went to the University of Florida and majored in both business and criminology. Daniel Bilzerian participated in the 2008 World Series of Poker Main Event and placed 180th overall.

In 2010, Bluff magazine chose him as one of the funniest poker players on Twitter. Dan began playing poker officially when he was 29 years old. His wins totaled more than $36,000.

Dan openly supported Alex Rodriguez from claims that he had engaged in unlawful betting in 2011, asserting that he had been around when the alleged gambling incident had occurred and Rodriguez was not.

In November 2013, Bilzerian tweeted an unverified allegation that he had won $10.8 million from a single poker night.

Additionally, he stated that he had earned $50 million for the year and that he no longer played against experts. He also stated that the largest money he had ever lost in a single sitting was $3.6 million in 2014.

Dan filed a lawsuit against the Lone Survivor movie’s creators in 2014. For punching model Vanessa Castano in the face during a fight in August 2014, Bilzerian received a clubbing ban in Miami.

Additionally, it was claimed that Castano requested Bilzerian for US$1 million to resolve the matter since a jury could award him higher compensatory damages depending on his salary.

In a court case, Bilzerian and Janice Griffith, a sexually explicit actress, were parties. On December 9, 2014, Bilzerian was detained at the Los Angeles International Airport on unrelated allegations of building bombs.

In February 2015, Bilzerian was fined $17,231.50 after entering a no objection plea to a misdemeanor charge of “negligently neglecting to put out ablaze in the open.” In July 2020, Curtis Heffernan, the past president of Ignite, sued Bilzerian for unfair dismissal.

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