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Alan Smolinisky was born on 28 November, 1979 in Los Angeles, California, United States, is an Entrepreneur/Investor. At 41 years old, Alan Smolinisky height not available right now. We will update Alan Smolinisky's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Entrepreneur/Investor
Alan Smolinisky Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 28 November 1979
Birthday 28 November
Birthplace Los Angeles, California, United States
Nationality American

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His wife is Caroline Smolinisky (m. 2010)

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Alan Smolinisky Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Alan Smolinisky worth at the age of 43 years old? Alan Smolinisky’s income source is mostly from being a successful Entrepreneur. He is from American. We have estimated Alan Smolinisky's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Entrepreneur

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In April 2020, Forbes Magazine estimated the value of the Dodgers at $3.4 billion, excluding Dodger Stadium and its surrounding land.


Smolinisky became an owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers and the team’s home, Dodger Stadium, in 2019, joining existing partners Mark Walter, Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Peter Guber, Stan Kasten, Bobby Patton, Todd Boehly, Billie Jean King, Ilana Kloss and Robert L. Plummer. In the team’s press release announcing his purchase, Smolinisky said “I’m a lifelong Dodger fan and to now be a part of their ownership group is an exciting opportunity and time for me and my family.”


In 2012, Smolinisky purchased the Palisadian-Post, a weekly subscription based newspaper that serves Pacific Palisades, California. The Palisadian-Post was founded in 1928 and has been published every Thursday since its founding. A 2013 front-page Los Angeles Times profile of Smolinisky quoted him as saying "Pacific Palisades is my favorite place on Earth, and the Palisadian-Post is my favorite newspaper. I have a moral obligation to make sure this newspaper is published every Thursday for as long as I live." Shortly after his purchase, Smolinisky shut down the money losing printing business, replaced most of the staff, and sold the paper's longtime building due to the printing operation being outsourced. Some community members were upset with the abrupt changes. The paper currently has 17 staff members at headquarters in the Palisadian-Post building in the Palisades Village and 5,000 paid subscribers. A one-year subscription costs $79.


In 2010, Smolinisky married Caroline Sukits from Indiana. They have three children. Their son Charlie was named after Charlie Munger. According to public records, Smolinisky bought two adjacent parcels of land in Pacific Palisades totaling 2.15 acres for $10.8 million in September 2010 from professional baseball player Jason Kendall, and built a new 18,000 square foot estate that includes a car gallery. Federal Aviation Administration records show Smolinisky as the registered owner of a 13-passenger Gulfstream GIV-SP aircraft. In August 2015 at Monterey Car Week, an electric GEM car outfitted as a 1970s Land Rover Defender designed by Smolinisky and neighbor Sir Lucian Grainge won the award for Rueful Brittania (Best British Car) at the annual Concours d'LeMons.


The company was sold to a private equity firm and publicly traded REIT in summer 2008 for $205 million. After the sale, Smolinisky and Chen focused on public securities investments.


Smolinisky often speaks of his dislike of dynastic wealth. Inspired by Warren Buffett and Bill Gates' Giving Pledge, he and his wife created a trust that provides for 90% of their estate to go to charity upon their death. Smolinisky serves on the board of directors of Homeboy Industries, a gang intervention organization founded by Jesuit priest Fr. Gregory Boyle and serves on the board of directors for the LA Dodgers Foundation, the official team charity of the LA Dodgers. Smolinisky served on the board of the ACLU of Southern California from 2004-2016.


Smolinisky was raised in Pacific Palisades by immigrant parents from Argentina. From an early age, Smolinisky was a voracious reader of newspapers, financial reports and books about business, and reportedly spends five hours per day reading. He graduated in three years from the University of Southern California's Thornton School of Music in 2001.


Alan Smolinisky is an American entrepreneur/investor and an owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers Major League Baseball franchise. Smolinisky began his career in commercial real estate in the late 1990s while attending the University of Southern California. Smolinisky partnered with his then landlord Brian Chen after observing a large shortage of student housing around USC. Together, through their company Conquest Student Housing, they built and renovated many properties around Campus, eventually becoming the largest provider of private student housing at USC, and later at the University of California at Santa Barbara. Conquest became so dominant at USC that the University sued the company under the Sherman Antitrust Act for "monopolizing the student housing market around USC’s University Park Campus".


Smolinisky and Chen are value investors, an investment paradigm that derives from the ideas on investment that Benjamin Graham and David Dodd began teaching at Columbia Business School in 1928, focusing on acquiring assets at less than their intrinsic value. Today, that movement is most closely associated with Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren E. Buffett and Vice Chairman Charlie T. Munger.