Joe Francis Net Worth

Joe Francis Net Worth : $50 Million (approx)

Profile

An American Businessman and Producer

Joe Francis Annual Income

$ 14 Million (approx)

Nationality

America

Source of Wealth

Producing, Various Businesses

Date of Birth

April 1, 1973

Education

Attended the Business Administration and Entrepreneurial Programs at University of Southern California

Marital Status

Married

Children

None

Joe Francis’s Income & Total Net Worth

Joe Francis, an American Businessman, who grew up in California, has an estimated net worth of $50 million. He is the founder of “Girls Gone Wild”, an adult entertainment franchise. He has made his wealth by producing and distributing videos of young women willingly exposing their bodies and behaving ‘wildly’ at the parties.

He is a successful businessman and entrepreneur. His worth also includes earnings from business ventures.

Business Investments

Francis started his business when he was a production assistant for “Real TV”, a television program.  He created a franchise in 1997, named “Girls Gone Wild”, to sell his videos that he had produced. These videos featured the women, who were willingly exposing their bodies wildly in front of the camera. In the beginning, it earned $20 million.
In 2005, the company donated a large amount to “Red Cross”, to help victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Properties: Private Fortune

Francis owns a luxurious Mexican Resort “Casa Armara”. It is one of the lavish private resort properties in the world. It is spread over 4,000 square-feet with ultimate features, like spa treatments, whale watching, 24-hours butler service and scuba diving. Apart from the luxurious resort, he owns “Black Bentley” supercar.

Joe Francis’s Career

Joe began his career as a production assistant for “Real TV”, a reality program. He came up with a program “Banned from Television”. He licensed the footages of attacks, car accidents and other graphics events. He then sold these footages through the Banned from Television videos, which he marketed on paid TV ads.  He came across footage of young female college students flashing their breasts. It sparked Joe’s new business idea of creating “Girls Gone Wild”.