Look at this fools hairline at 24! Prince Albert von Thurn und Taxis, Germany
Net worth: $2.3 billion
Age 24. Single.
The world’s third-youngest billionaire, the prince lives in a family castle with his mother and older sister. A race car driver, he tours with a German auto-racing league.
Fahd Hariri, Lebanon Net worth: $2.3 billion
Age 27. Single.
Youngest son of slain Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Al-Hariri, Fahd runs a fledgling design business in Paris where he, his mother and sister Hind live. Older brother Saad is the Lebanese parliamentary majority leader.
Mark Zuckerberg, U.S. Net worth: $1.5 billion
Age 23. Single.
Tech’s newest golden boy is the youngest billionaire on the planet, as well as a bit of a philosopher. He founded social-networking site Facebook in February 2004 from his Harvard dorm room. Today Facebook boasts 66 million active users. According to his own Facebook profile, some of Zuckerberg’s interests include “breaking things, revolutions and eliminating desire for all that really doesn’t matter.” Favorite band: Green Day.
David Ross, U.K. Net worth: $1.4 billion
Age 42. Divorced. One child.
Ross co-founded Carphone Warehouse, the European mobile-phone retailer, with school friend Charles Dunstone in 1989. An arts lover, he stages operas at his weekend home in the country. In fact, he built a concert hall on his front lawn for these occasions. In his London home, he has studios for three portrait painters to use.
Peter Thiel, U.S. Net worth: $1.2 billion
Age 40. Single.
Thiel has been at the fore of some of Silicon Valley’s biggest phenomena. He co-founded PayPal, which he sold to eBay in 2002 for $1.5 billion. Two years later, he became Facebook’s first outside investor, putting in $500,000. He enjoys running, hiking and surfing. A chess prodigy, he was ranked seventh in the U.S. at age 12.