Christopher Sacca is a 45-year-old American Entrepreneur, venture investor, company advisor, and a former lawyer.
He is the proprietor of a venture capital fund called ‘Lowercase Capital,’ which has invested in companies like Instagram, Kickstarter, Uber, and Twitter. Moreover, Chris also held several positions at Google Inc. during its early development.
Sacca’s company was listed to be one of the most successful venture capital funds of all time. He has also appeared as a guest on the TV series Shark Tank. How did Chris Sacca acquire his net worth? Find out more about his career and income sources.
Net Worth and Income Sources.
Christopher succeeded in becoming rich and famous through his investments over the years. Today, Chris Sacca’s net worth stands at a whopping $1.1 Billion.
His main source of income has been from his company, Lowercase Capital, which has brought in billions of dollars over the years.
Chris Sacca also collects his paychecks through appearances he made in Shark Tank (2015), Hickey (2016), and Alex Inc. (2018). Sacca was also able to save money when working at Google.
House, Car, Property, Lifestyle.
Being a billionaire, Chris Sacca owns various properties in the US. He currently owns a home in Manhattan Beach. Chris purchased his 4402 square foot townhouse at $9.3 million.
He is also rumored to have splashed $6.4 Million for his mansion in Mediterranean Villa in South Bay, Los Angeles.
In addition to the list of properties Chris Sacca owns, it’s with no doubt that he also owns several luxurious cars, including a private jet.
Chris Sacca began his professional career at Fenwick&West as an associate in 2000. His work as an associate enabled him to handle mergers, Licensing transactions, and venture capitals. Two years later, he landed a job at Speedera Networks as a general counsel and head of corporate development.
In 2003, Sacca was hired at Google, where he reported to General Counsel, David Drummond. After working for a while, he was finally able to pay his $4 Million debt. While working in Google, Chris made his first investment at a company called angel investor. Seeing that things were going well for him, Sacca invested at Twitter and other companies.
In 2011, Sacca was listed as Number three on Forbes’ Midas List- Top Tech Investors. He has also been featured on Forbes Magazine cover. In 2017, Sacca announced that he would be retiring from venue investing.