Tull tracks his fortune primarily to the $3.5 billion sale of his Legendary Entertainment to Dalian Wanda Group in 2016, among the biggest China-Hollywood deals to date. Tull stepped down as Legendary chief executive to concentrate on Tull Investment Group, a venture capital firm focused on technology and life sciences. The VC platform was an early investor in Oculus VR, which sold to Facebook for $2 billion, and Pinterest, among others. Tull has a minority stake in the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Tull has announced plans to move his family and business to Pennsylvania, where he owns a home, a farm and has started making venture investments. His 33-acre compound in Thousand Oaks is listed at $85 million. The New York native started Legendary in 2005 with about $600 million raised and became the majority owner in 2009 when he bought out the other investors. Legendary’s hits include “The Dark Knight,” “Jurassic World” and the “Hangover” series.
Last year: $1.5 billion
RESIDENCE: Westlake Village
SOURCE OF WEALTH: Entertainment
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