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What is Gary Gilbert's net worth?

Gary Gilbert is an American film producer and business executive who has a net worth of $400 million. He is the president and founder of the motion picture production and financing company Gilbert Films out of Los Angeles, California. He is also the co-owner of the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers with his brother Dan Gilbert.

Gary Gilbert was born in 1965. Gary Gilbert graduated from the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business.

He has produced or executive produced the movies "Garden State" in 2004, "Henry Poole Is Here" in 2008, "Pathology" in 2008, "The Kids Are All Right" in 2010, "Meet Monica Velour" in 2010, "From Prada to Nada" in 2011, "Margaret" in 2011, "Save the Date" in 2011, "Are You Here" in 2013, "Grounded" in 2013, "The Keeping Room" in 2014, "Miss Stevens" in 2016, "The Cleanse" in 2016, "Little Boxes" in 2016, and "La La Land" in 2016. In 2011 he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Motion Picture of the Year for "The Kids Are All Right."

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Gary Gilbert Real Estate

In October 2018, Gary spent $26.5 million to buy an 8-bedroom home in Beverly Hills, California. Gary bought the house from internet technology entrepreneur Jared Pobre who is perhaps most famous for being married to WWE star Stacy Keibler.

He owns a second Beverly Hills mansion which he acquired in the early 2000s. Today this home is worth at least $10 million.

In October 2021 Gary paid $17.5 million for an ocean-front mansion in Malibu.

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