Twelve years have passed, but Shark Tank grows out to be stronger in our hearts with each passing day. One thing that distinguishes this show is the presence of the Sharks themselves. The Shark Tank investors are commonly known as “Sharks.” Their conversations with the new and young entrepreneurs are what keep the show going. The show’s high ratings and popularity can also attribute to that.
Now, when we talk about Sharks, not all sharks stand on the same pedestal. Some are billionaires, some super millionaires, and some just millionaires.
Mark Cuban: Talking about the only billionaire in the show, he’s the tech billionaire and the owner of Dallas Mavericks. Mark Cuban has a net worth of $4.5 Billion. He rose to the pedestal of billionaire after selling his video portal company Broadcast.com to Yahoo. Not only does he stands out in wealth but insights too. His counterparts also look up to him for the best insights. He loves showing off his wealth in the show, and why shouldn’t he? Not only is he a pro in business, but he also expands himself into the TV and has done cameo roles in shows like Billions and Entourage.
Kevin Harrington: Talking about the multi-millionaires of the show, Kevin Harrington has definitely earned a rightful place. But, unfortunately, he appeared only in two seasons, after his place went away to Mark Cuban. He also registers himself as the hardest working of all as he is the only one to launch over 20 businesses and each reaching the $100 million mark. Not only this, he owns up to the title of “Inventor of The Infomercial” because of his brilliant idea of filling up TV networks.
Kevin O’Leary: Another millionaire in the house, we have Kevin O’Leary, with a net worth of $450 Million, popularly known as “Mr. Wonderful.” He is the liveliest among all the other Sharks. He rose to the pedestal of multi-millionaire after selling his software company. With humor and harshness, he distinguishes himself from his other counterparts.
Daymond John: Best known for serving the best clothing brand among all the Sharks. He is the founder and CEO of FUBU, which we all love as a clothing brand. Not only FUBU, but he is also the co-owner of Bombas. His net worth of $350 million, which comes mainly from these two ventures. Another thing that distinguishes him is refraining from investing rashly. He is rightly known as the most risk-averse shark.
Robert Herjavec: With a net worth of $200 Million, Robert Herjavec owns the Herjavec group. He is the real fun on the Shark Tank and is always ready to volunteer whenever he can.
Lori Greiner: Best known as the “Queen of QVC,” Lori Greiner, with a wealth of $150 million, is not only a millionaire but a motivational speaker too. Moreover, she is also the president of For Your Ease Only. She surely knows how businesses run, and she does it pretty well by introducing new products to the market timely.
Barbara Corcoran: Last but definitely not the least, with a wealth of $100 million, she is the founder of The Corcoran Group, a brokerage firm. Not only is she a shark but the host of The Millionaire Broker With Barbara Corcoran too.