John Paul DeJoria net worth: John Paul DeJoria is an American billionaire businessman and philanthropist who has a net worth of $3.3 billion. John Paul DeJoria has earned his net worth as co-founder of the Paul Mitchell line of hair products and as the owner of Patron tequila. John Paul Mitchell Systems hair care products sales have climbed quickly and revenues are currently $900 million annually. John Paul DeJoria was born on April 13, 1944 in Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California to an Italian immigrant father and Greek immigrant mother. His parents divorced when John was two and he started his sales career at the young age of nine by helping his older brother support the family by selling Christmas cards and newspapers. His mother was not able to provide for two children so John and his brother were sent to an East Los Angeles foster home. He graduated from John Marshall High School in 1962 and was in the United States Navy for two years. Some of his earliest jobs include a janitor and an insurance salesman. He has been married to Eloise Broady an American actress and model since 1993. Broady was the April 1988 Playboy Playmate. They have six children. Some of his other business ventures include luxury brand tequila producers The Patron Spirits Company founding partner of the House of Blues nightclub chain as well as interests in Pyrat Rum, Ultimate Vodka, Solar Utility, Sun King solar, and Touchstone National Gas. He also owns a Harley Davidson dealership and the diamond company DeJoria. ROK AMERICAS a mobile technology developer and a company that provides hair and personal grooming services for animals simply called John Paul Pet.
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John Paul DeJoria
Date of Birth
Apr 13, 1944 (72 years old)
Film Producer, Actor, Businessperson
United States of America
John Paul Jones DeJoria, John Paul Dejoria
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