Tarik Freitekh Net Worth

Tarik Freitekh Net Worth:
$300 Million

Tarik Freitekh Net Worth: Tarik Freitekh is a businessman, director, and producer who has a net worth of $300 million. Born in 1987 in Jerusalem, Tarik Freitekh earned his architecture degree from the University of Technology, Sydney, and his digital filmmaking degree from the Art Institute. Freitekh is the founder and owner of several companies, including a distribution company based in Dubai, and a handful of recording studios in the Los Angeles area.

Freitekh also has a few video studies in Miami, Florida. He owns a variety of restaurants across the United States. Freitekh has worked with Haifa Wehbe, Nayer, Snoop Dogg, Shaggy, R. Kelly, Tamer Hosney, Jennifer Lopez, and Shakira. Freitekh earned best director for 2012's "Cherokee" at the 2012 Los Angeles Festival of the Music Awards. He is a co-founder of the group Starbuzz Entertainment and World Music. Freitekh lives in Hollywood Hills, California, Miami, Florida, Jordan, and Dubai. Several of his homes are worth multi-millions, including his seven-million-dollar home in the Hollywood Hills. Freitekh is known for his impressive and extensive exotic cars that he keeps at his Hollywood Hills home. Among his cars are a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder, a C63 Black Series, a Ferrari Italia, and a Black Bentley, all of which are 2012 models or newer.

Tarik Freitekh Net Worth

Tarik Freitekh

Net Worth:$300 Million
Date of Birth:Oct 5, 1987 (34 years old)
Profession:Businessperson, Record producer, Music Video Director
Nationality:United States of America
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