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Shark Tank Cast and Guest Sharks + Net Worths

Shark Tank’s cast of esteemed investors includes Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner, Barbara Corcoran, Daymond John, Robert Herjavec and Kevin O’Leary alongside a rotation of celebrity guest sharks. Each of the Shark Tank investors invest their own money, at their own discretion. To date, the Sharks have invested millions of dollars into dozens of entrepreneurs that have cumulatively gone on to generate over $1 billion in sales!

Main Sharks

Kevin O’Leary

Kevin O'Leary Shark Tank

Net Worth: $400 million
Seasons: 1 – 13

The self proclaimed ‘Mr.Wonderful’ made his millions through a series of key acquisitions including The Learning Company, an educational software company which was sold to Mattel – the makers of Barbie, in 1999 for over $3 billion.

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Barbara Corcoran

Barbara Corcoran Shark Tank

Net Worth: $100 million
Seasons: 1-13
After years of taking orders at her 20+ jobs, at the age of 23 she decided it was time to become her own boss. Barbara became founder of The Corcoran Group, a real estate company which she later sold for $70 million.

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Daymond John

Daymond John

Net Worth: $350 million
Seasons: 1-13
After developing his entrepreneurial talents as a student in high school, Daymond found fortune as the founder of FUBU urban fashion and sportswear, a brand now worth $6 billion.

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Robert Herjavec

Robert Herjavec Shark Tank

Net Worth: $200 million
Seasons: 1-13

With nothing to his name, Herjavec rose through the ranks of a software company before starting his first company in security. Years later, he’d sell and restart again with The Herjavec Group, a leading provider of IT security.

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Lori Greiner

Lori Greiner Shark Tank

Net Worth: $150 million
Seasons: 3-13

Known as the Queen of QVC, Lori Greiner is an accomplished saleswoman and inventor of over 800 retail products. To date, Lori’s Shark Tank investments have collectively earned over $1 billion in sales making her arguably the most successful shark tank investor.

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Mark Cuban

Mark Cuban Shark Tank

Net Worth: $4.5 billion
Seasons: 2-13

The Dallas Mavericks owner, is a self-made billionaire who earned his fortune after cofounding and selling the video portal to Yahoo in 1999.

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Past, Guest and Recurring Sharks

Kevin Harrington

Kevin Harrington Shark Tank

Net Worth: $450 million
Appeared in: Seasons 1-2

Known as the inventor of the infomercial, Kevin Harrington began his entrepreneurial journey at the age of nine selling newspapers on the street and built his first million-dollar enterprise while in college. With a $25,000 investment he launched Quantum International. The company grew into a $500 million/year business that he later sold before starting HSN Direct – a joint venture with the Home Shopping Network which grew to hundreds of millions in sales.

Jeff Foxworthy

Jeff Foxworthy Shark Tank

Net Worth: $100 million
Appeared in: Season 2 Episode 4, and 7

Jeff is a former IT technician who left his job working with computers to bring humor and laughter to the world as a comedian and actor. Famous for his “you might be a redneck” skits, Jeff has built a multi-million dollar franchise through various comedy and television shows, books and work as a radio host.

Steve Tisch

Steve Tisch Shark Tank

Net Worth: $1.2 billion
Appeared in: Season 5 Episode 16

The New York Giants co-owner and vice president made his fortune as an Academy award winning producer known for his work on movies that include Forrest Gump, American History X and Snatch.

John Paul Dejoria

John Paul Dejoria Shark Tank

Net Worth: $4 billion
Appeared in: Season 5 Episode 7

John Paul Dejoria was once a door to door shampoo salesman living out of his car before teaming up with Paul Mitchell to co-found The Patron Spirits Company and the John Paul Mitchell Systems hair care product line in 1980. In 2018, Patron was sold to Bacardi for $5.1 billion. Today, John Paul is a billionaire, environmentalist and philanthropist who has started several non-profit organizations, dedicated to helping others around the world.

Nick Woodman

Nick Woodman Shark Tank

Net Worth: $300 million
Appeared in: Season 6 Episode 10, and 29

Nick Woodman is the inventor and founder of GoPro, the wearable video camera company he started in 2002 that has since grown into a billion dollar company.

Troy Carter

Troy Carter Shark Tank

Net Worth: $60 million
Appeared in: Season 7 Episode 3

Troy Carter is a music manager and founder of the Atom Factory, a talent management company. With over 20 years in the music industry, Troy has worked as a manager for popular artists including Lady Gaga and John Legend. As an angel investor he has invested in major companies that include Scan and Waywire.

Ashton Kutcher

Ashton Kutcher Shark Tank

Net Worth: $200 million
Appeared in: Seasons 7 Episode 24

Mostly known for his career in acting, the former nerd turned model is a seasoned investor having invested in a number of major tech companies including Uber, AirBnB, Spotify and Pinterest.

Chris Sacca

Chris Sacca Shark Tank

Net Worth: $1 billion
Appeared in: Seasons 7, 8, 9

Chris Sacca is the Silicon Valley venture capitalist founder of Lowercase Capital – an investment firm known for its investments in early stage tech companies like Twitter, Uber, Instagram and Kickstarter.

Richard Branson

Richard Branson Shark Tank

Net Worth: $4.5 billion
Appeared in: Seasons 9 Episodes 1,10, 24

Richard Branson is the billionaire founder of the Virgin Group with over 400 companies under its umbrella in nearly every industry. Branson’s entrepreneurial talents began at an early age. As a 16 year old highschooler, he launched a magazine which evolved into a mail-order record company. The company continued its evolution into the record label that would become the foundation for the Virgin Brand empire. Along with his financial success, his philanthropy and humanitarian work has made him a prominent figure in British culture.

Rohan Oza

Rohan Oza Shark Tank

Net Worth: $200 million
Appeared in: Seasons 9,10,11

Rohan Oza is the marketing maverick behind the transformation of Vitaminwater, Smartwater and Bai into multi-billion dollar brands whose parent company Glaceau was sold to Coco-cola for 4.1 billion. He is now a co-founder of CAVU Ventures Partners, a venture capital firm that invests in packaged consumer goods and has since invested in a number of food and beverage companies including WTRMLN WTR and Vita Coco Nut Water backed by celebrity investors like Beyonce and Rihanna.

Alex Rodriguez

Alex Rodriguez Shark Tank

Net Worth: $250 million
Appeared in: Seasons 9, 10 and 12 ( episodes 5, 6, 10, 23 )

Alex Rodriguez is one of baseball’s most successful players. The 3-time MVP is CEO of AROD Corp – a business conglomerate which owns and invests in over a dozen other companies to date from real estate to fitness.

Sara Blakely

Sara Blakely Shark Tank

Net Worth: $1 billion
Appeared in: Seasons 9 and 10

Sara Blakely is the self made billionaire and founder of Spanx – shapewear and undergarments. According to Blakely, “it all started with a pair of pantyhose, some scissors and a bright idea.” Ever since Oprah discovered Spanx and placed them on her “Oprah’s Favorite Things”, Spanx has skyrocketed into a wildly successful billion dollar company.

Bethenny Frankel

Bethenny Frankel Shark Tank

Net Worth: $70 million
Appeared in: Seasons 9 and 10

Bethenny Frankel first entered the spotlight as a tv personality on the Real Housewives of New York. Since then she has transitioned into a TV producer, published several self-help books and started the Skinnygirl cocktail company which she later sold for $100 million.

Matt Higgins

Matt Higgins Shark Tank

Net Worth: $150 million
Appeared in: Seasons 10 and 11

At a young age, Matt made a name for himself as an investigative reporter before becoming the youngest press secretary in New York city history. He went on to co-found RSE Ventures, a private investment firm that focuses on companies in sports and entertainment, food and lifestyle, media and marketing, and technology.

Charles Barkley

Net Worth: $50 million
Appeared in: Season 10 Episodes 4,13

Basketball Hall of Famer, Charles Barkley, spent 16 years playing in the NBA before retiring in 2000. Since then, he’s had a successful career as an NBA analyst.

Alli Webb

Alli Webb Shark Tank

Net Worth: $100 million
Appeared in: Season 10 Episode 14

After deciding life as a stay at home mom was not for her, Alli cofounded the Drybar – premium blow out salon and blow dry bar – alongside her brother and husband. In just a few years, Drybar grew into a $100 million dollar company with over 100 locations throughout the United States and Canada.

Daniel Lubetzky

Daniel Lubetzky Shark Tank

Net Worth: $1.2 billion
Appeared in: Season 11 ( episodes 1,6,19,24 ) and Season 12 ( episodes 11, 17, 22, 24 )

Daniel began his entrepreneurial journey as a lawyer on a social mission with his company PeaceWorks. It was while traveling for PeaceWorks that he discovered the need for a healthy nutritious snack bar. In 2004 he founded the Kind Bar which has since grown into a $2.9 billion dollar company.

Katrina Lake

Katrina Lake Shark Tank

Net Worth: $380 million
Appeared in: Season 11 Episode 14

Katrina Lake founded the AI-based fashion subscription service, StitchFix, while working on her Harvard MBA in 2011. Today the company is worth close to $3 billion.

Anne Wojcicki

Anne Wojcicki Shark Tank

Net Worth: $690 million
Appeared in: 11 Episode 8, 21

Anne Wojcici, also known for once being married to Google co-founder Sergey Brin, is the co-founder and current CEO of 23andMe, the consumer genetics testing company on its way to a $4 billion dollar valuation.

Maria Sharapova

Maria Sharapova Shark Tank

Net Worth: $195 million
Appeared in: 11 Episode 13

For 11 consecutive years, Maria ranked as Forbes highest paid female athlete, earning over $325 million throughout her esteemed tennis career. Now retired, Maria has taken her competitive spirit to the business world with her own line of candy, Sugarpova, and has invested in a number of sports related ventures.

Jamie Siminoff

Jamie Siminoff Shark Tank

Net Worth: $300 million
Appeared in: Season 10 Episode 1,15

Jamie Siminoff first appeared on Shark Tank in Season 5 Episode 9, seeking an investment for his Wifi-enabled video doorbell technology. He left the Shark Tank empty that day but would return several years later, as a Shark in Season 10, after selling his smart home technology company Ring (formerly Doorbot) to Amazon for over $1 billion.

Blake Mycoskie

Blake Mycoskie Shark Tank

Net Worth: $300 million
Appeared in: Season 12 Episode 1

Blake Mycoskie is a philanthropist, author, and founder of Toms Shoes. Blake’s entrepreneurial journey began after college when he moved to Nashville, and founded Mycoskie Media, a billboard company that mainly focused on marketing country music. Fast forward to 2006, Mycoskie founded Shoes For A Better Tomorrow, which was later shortened to TOMS. In 2014, half of TOMS was sold to Bain capital for $313 million.

Kendra Scott

Kendra Scott Shark Tank

Net Worth: $500 million
Appeared in: Season 12 Episode 2, 14, 20

Kendra Scott is a renowned fashion designer in the US. She is also the CEO, chairman, and chief designer at the company. Scott founded the company in 2002, designing her first collection with $500 in her home a few months after she gave birth to her eldest son. Today, her company is valued at over $1 billion dollars, and encompasses home accessories, fine jewelry, fashion jewelry, and beauty products.

Kevin Hart

Kevin Hart Shark Tank

Net Worth: $250 million
Appeared in: Season 13

Kevin Hart is a renowned comedian, actor and producer whose been named the world’s highest paid comedian by Forbes magazine. In 2011, he made history as one of the first comedians to ever sell out Madison Square Garden two nights in a row. Kevin Hart has also extensively invested in underwear, men’s grooming items, sneakers, and other products.

Emma Grede

Emma Grede Shark Tank

Net Worth: $5 million
Appeared in: Season 13

Emma Grede is the London-born co-founder and CEO of Good American, a US-based apparel brand that promotes body inclusivity for women. In 2016, Good American made history as the biggest apparel launch after sales reached over $1,000,000 on its first day live. Prior to this, Emma grew up in London where she completed business studies at the London College of Fashion. She eventually went on to work for the ITB Group where she worked her way up to CEO and now remains a Chairman.

Nirav Tolia

Nirav Tolia Shark Tank

Net Worth: $50 million
Appeared in: Season 13

Nirav Toila is the CEO and Founder of Nextdoor, the app taking local neighbourhoods by storm. As a tech entrpreneur with over 19 years of experience, Nirav has grown numerous companies from early-stage startups to full-scale platforms including Epinions, the now defunct consumer reviews platform that was infamously sold to Dealtime which eventually became, then later acquired by Ebay for $634 million.

Peter Jones

Peter Jones Shark Tank

Net Worth: $400 million
Appeared in: Season 13

Some might describe Peter Jones as a born entrepreneur. An avid tennis player in his youth, Peter started his own tennis academy at the age of 16. In his 20’s the UK-based entrepreneur would go on to start his own computer business. Many mistakes along the way would cost him the business but he quickly learned from them and parlayed his experience into founding the Phones International Group. Today he is most notable for his role as a Dragon on the UK’s Dragon’s Den where he’s invested in numerous hopeful entrepreneurs and their businesses.