Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss Net Worth

How much is Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss Worth?

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Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss net worth:
$200 Million

Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss net worth: Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss are American twins, Olympic rowers, entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists who have an estimated net worth of $200 million. Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss were born on August 21, 1981 in Southampton, New York, and raised in Greenwich, Connecticut. They are best known for their legal battle with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. The twins sued Facebook claiming that Zuckerberg stole their idea and source code after being contracted to help develop their site ConnectU while all three were undergraduate students at Harvard. In 2008 Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss reached a settlement with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg which at the time was valued at $65 million. By 2010 their Facebook stock was worth an estimated $120 million. The Winklevoss twins founded their high school rowing club, rowed at Harvard, and competed in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. The brothers rowed in the men's coxless pair event and placed sixth out of the fourteen teams that had qualified for the finals in the event. Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss hold B.A. degrees in Economics from Harvard University and MBAs from Oxford University. The twins were both played by actor Armie Hammer in the film "The Social Network".

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Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss Net Worth

Tyler Winklevoss

Date of Birth
Aug 21, 1981 (35 years old)
United States of America
6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
220 lbs (100 kg)
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