Chris DeWolfe net worth: Chris DeWolfe is an entrepreneur and co-creator of MySpace who has a net worth of $50 million. Chris DeWolfe has earned his net worth through his position as CEO and co-creator of MySpace, as well as, a strategic advisor for MySpace and as a member of the board on MySpace China. As CEO of MySpace, he led the way to open up categories to website users, such as, news, music, film, MySpace TV, and MySpace Impact. More than 70 million users every month to enjoy entertainment, user forums, photo galleries, and more. The MySpace International network covers several countries around the world. After Chris de Wolfe stepped down as CEO of MySpace, he was replaced by former Facebook Executive, Owen Van Natta. Chris de Wolfe is also the CEO of MindJolt, a social gaming network.
Chris DeWolfe was born in Portland, Oregon in 1966. Both his mother and father were teachers. He went to Lincoln High School, and afterwards, attended the University of Washington where he earned a B.A. degree in Finance and he also attended the University of Southern California, where he focused on Marketing and Entrpreneurial studies. He also earned a M.B.A. at USC Marshall School of Business. He now lives in Los Angeles, California and is on the board of the L.A. County Museum of Art. You can read his profiles in many major media distributions, such as, Fortune and Businessweek. Chris de Wolfe met his wife Lorraine while they attended business school. They have been married for over 13 years and have a young daughter. They started divorce proceedings in 2007 and it has been a long and difficult divorce. Lorraine de Wolfe has a restraining order, which prohibits Chris from any contact with her or their child. She has also filed a complaint against him with the Department of Children and Family Services.