Austin Hearst Net Worth

Austin Hearst was born in United States. Austin Hearst is a grandson of media baron William Randolph Hearst and younger brother of former venture capital investor William Randolph Hearst III/ Austin is a TV and film producer. His most recent project, "The Vow," a romance starring Rachel McAdams, was released in February 2012. Past work includes TV cartoon versions of popular comic strips Popeye and Son, and Beetle Bailey. Media giant Hearst Corp. includes newspapers, magazines, TV and radio stations, and stakes in cable networks ESPN, Lifetime, and A&E. The cable holdings are doing especially well: Hearst Corp.'s stake in ESPN is worth more than $11 billion. Hearst Corp. is owned by a trust whose beneficiaries are the heirs of William Randolph Hearst; the trust makes annual cash distributions. The family also owns the 90,000-square-foot Hearst Castle in San Simeon, Calif.; in 2005 the state paid the Hearsts $95 million to preserve the property.
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Birth Place United States

💰 Net worth: $1.9 Billion (2022)

2010 $1.8 Billion
2011 $1.9 Billion
2012 $1.9 Billion
2018 $1.9 Billion

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Hearst is the founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Chestnut Holdings LLC, a private equity and agricultural development company. He partnered with Architect Philippe Stark and hotelier Alan Faena to develop the Faena Hotel+Universe in Buenos Aires. The investment into the building, first built in 1902 as a grain storage facility, was in excess of $100 million. With Christopher Burch, he completed the development of a $19 million luxury home developments in Nantucket, Massachusetts.


Hearst is actively involved in a wide range of civic, philanthropic and global humanitarian causes, including early childhood development projects with Save the Children and the government of Bhutan, and community agricultural projects in South Sudan. He is on the board of Directors of Save the Children USA, an organization he has been closely involved with for more than 20 years. He was awarded The National Humanitarian 2014 Award. Hearst also serves on the board of advisors of the Blue School, and Karuna-Shechen, a non-profit humanitarian organization focused on providing education, Health care and social services in the greater Himalayan region.


In fashion, Hearst was one of the first Investors in Tory Burch. Other Investments in the sector included Candela, Fashion Tech Forum, Jack Rogers, Soludos, and Bikyni. In 2015, he launched with his wife designer Gabriela Perezutti Hearst, Gabriela Hearst. In consumer products, he has been an initial investor in Jawbone and Tipa Bags among others. As a principal and founder of Bridge Builders some of the Investments in the mind fitness sectors included Headspace, eMindful and Muse.