Brock Pierce Net Worth

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Brock Pierce net worth:
$20 Million

Brock Pierce Net Worth: Brock Pierce is an American entrepreneur and former child actor who has a net worth of $20 million. Brock Pierce was born in Minnesota in November 1980. He started appearing in commercials as a toddler. His first role came as Gordon in the 1992 Disney film The Mighty Ducks. Pierce also played young Gordon in the 1994 follow up D2: The Mighty Ducks. He starred as Sidney in Little Big League in 1994 and as Kevin in Ripper Man in 1995. In 1995 he appeared in the TV movie Problem Child 3: Junior in Love. Piece went on to star in 1995's Three Wishes as Scott and in 1996 he starred as Luke Davenport in First Kid and Joey Heller in Earth Minus Zero. He starred as Brad in the 1997 TV movie Two Voices and John Robie in the 1997 TV movie Legend of the Lost Tomb. He also starred as Danny O'Neil in the 1997 film The Ride. In 1999 he was executive vice-president of Digital Entertainment Network and made $250,000 a year. He founded IMI Exchange in 2001 which was originally known as Internet Gaming Entertainment. CNN Money reported that the company brought in over $1 million a month in 2004 and in 2005 they had about $500 million in annual volume. He has been involved with digital currencies and virtual goods and also founded Zam in 2003. Brock was elected Director of the Bitcoin Foundation in May 2014.

Brock Pierce Net Worth

Brock Pierce

Actor
Date of Birth
Nov 14, 1980 (35 years old)
Profession
Actor, Entrepreneur
Nationality
United States of America
Nicknames
Brock Jeffrey Pierce, Brock J. Pierce
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