|Popular Name:||Scooter Braun|
|Birth Name:||Scott Samuel Braun|
|Birth Date:||18 June 1981|
|Birth Place:||New York City, U.S.|
|Children:||3 — Jagger Joseph Braun, Levi Magnus Braun, and Hart Violet|
|Profession:||Record Executive, Entrepreneur|
|Years active:||2003 till date|
|Net Worth:||$450 Million|
|Last Updated:||April 2020|
Scooter Braun is an American entrepreneur, talent manager, entertainment executive, and philanthropist. He is the founder of the media company ‘SB Projects’ and co-founder of the comic-film studio ‘Mythos Studios.’ He is also the co-owner of the popular eSports team ‘100 Thieves.’ As a talent manager, Scooter represents artists like Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, Hilary Duff, and Justin Bieber among a number of other popular celebrities. He has won the ‘Best Talent Manager’ award and was included in ‘Time 100’ list of the most influential people in the world. In 2016, he got a nomination for the prestigious ‘Grammy Award.’ For his philanthropic contributions, Braun collected a ‘Harry Chapin Memorial Humanitarian Award.’ His contributions have been recognized at the “Jefferson Awards for Public Service” in New York. Scooter Braun net worth has been built up through his successful career as a talent manager and representative of many popular celebrities.
Scooter Braun’s Early Life
Scooter Braun was born in New York City, New York, USA on June 18, 1981. He was born to Susan Braun, an orthodontist, and Ervin Braun, a dentist. Braun has four other siblings, Adam, Sam, Cornelio, and Liza. His brother, Adam, founded the charity organization “Pencils of Promise.” Scooter Braun attended Greenwich High School before receiving his university education from Emory University, Atlanta. However, he never completed his studies.
Scooter Braun’s Career
Scooter Braun started off as a party organizer when he was still at Emory University. He was hired to coordinate and organize after-parties on a tour dubbed “Anger Management Tour” which featured Ludacris and Eminem.
Eventually, he met the director of So So Def, Jermaine Dupri, who gave him a marketing position in the company. The following year, he became the Executive director for marketing, and his salaries became the foundation of scooter Braun net worth. He soon started his own marketing company.
When Braun saw a video of Justin Bieber on YouTube singing a song by NeYo, he contacted Justin Bieber’s mom, who allowed Justin to move to Atlanta and work with Braun. They began by releasing videos online for which they recorded success. Afterwards, Scooter pitched Bieber with two artists, Usher Raymond and Justin Timberlake. Bieber was later signed on to Island Def Jam, L.A Reid’s’ label. Usher and Braun then teamed up to set up a company, Raymond – Braun Media Group. They worked out a deal where both the new company and label took cuts from all the revenues generated by Justin Bieber.
In 2013, Braun signed Ariana Grande to his management company. They parted ways in February 2016, but reunited in September same year. He also signed 15-year-old Taylor Swift during the 2010’s. Scooter Braun net worth has been built up through his successful career as a talent manager and representative of many popular celebrities. He also worked with several other artists including Todrick Hall, Asher Roth, Black Eyed Peas, Tori Kelly, PSY, CL, Dan + Shay, Kanye West, Steve Angello, EDEN, Carly Ray Jepsen, The Wanted, Martin Garrix, Karlie Kloss, Lil Dicky, The Knocks, Moxie Raia, Sheppard, Rixton, Hilary Duff, and several others.
Awards & Achievements
Scooter Braun is a serial achiever. He has made a name for himself in the industry, and has bagged several awards and honors for his efforts. On August 11, 2012, he appeared on the cover of ‘Billboard.’ On April 20, 2013, he appeared once more on the cover of ‘Billboard’. The following year, he was featured in the “Time 100″ list of the most influential people in the world. In 2016, he was presented with the Best Talent Manager” award at the “International Music Industry Awards”. In the same year, he collected the “Humanitarian Award” at the ‘Billboard Touring Awards.’ He was honored with this award for his efforts to support and assist non-profit organizations, such as “Pencils of Promise” and “Make-A-Wish Foundation”.
In 2017, the multi-award winning talent manager was featured on the cover of Success’ magazine’s “Gratitude” issue. In the same year, he appeared on the cover of Variety’ magazine’s “Hitmakers” issue. In 2018, he continued with his award-winning streak as he collected the ‘Harry Chapin Memorial Humanitarian Award.’ In 2019, his contributions and works were recognized at “Jefferson Awards for Public Service”.
Family & Personal Life
Scooter Braun’s grandparents survived the Holocaust before settling in Hungary until 1956. At the time when the Soviet Union tried to suppress the “Hungarian Revolution”, his grandparents relocated to the United States of America. His parents Susan and Ervin are Conservative Jews. While his father Ervin worked as a dentist, his mother Susan worked as an orthodontist.
In 2013,Scooter Braun started to date Yael Cohen, a Canadian philanthropist and health activist, and he got married to her in 2014. They have been blessed with three children, two sons – Jagger Joseph Braun and Levi Magnus Braun, and a daughter named Hart Violet.
Scooter Braun is 180cm tall, and his weight is about 80kg. His hair color is black, just the same as his eyes.
Scooter Braun Net Worth
As a manager of several top artists in the entertainment industry, Scooter Braun net worth has been estimated to run into several millions of dollars. He works with his own company through which he provides his celebrity management services.
As well as managing many artists, he also manages many assets. In November 2014 Scooter and his wife spent $13.1 million to purchase a mansion in Brentwood, California. In January 2020, the manager and wife bought another house in an off-market transaction for around $18 million, from John Travolta and his wife who paid $3.5 million for the home in 1993. Scooter Braun’s former Sunset Strip home was put on the market for $4.6 million in 2014, and in the same year, he listed another Los Angeles home for $11.6 million. He bought this property in 2011 for $5.7 million. He also own a house valued at $6 million in Montecito, California.
As of 2020, Scooter Braun net worth is approximately $450 million. He accumulated his enormous wealth from his lucrative career as a talent manager, and there are no records of other businesses associated with the 38-year-old.