Whether you are a pop star or a movie star, life can be very demanding of you. But celebrities seem to like even more adrenaline. They don’t stop by being in the public eye only, but they go on challenging themselves even more. Hardworking celebrities are also successful entrepreneurs. Were you surprised? Well, wait until you see the complete list of these hardworking celebrities.
1. Justin Timberlake
The NSYNC alum is a partial owner of the Memphis Grizzlies, jointly purchased MySpace for over $30 million dollars, and he has even bought and restored a golf course.
Is there anything that guy can’t do?
2. Jennifer Aniston
She was the co-owner of the popular company Living Proof. The line of hair-care products is designed by biotech scientists at MIT. They must be good!
Even though she sold her shares in the company, she plans on using her earnings to create something else. W can’t wait to see what it is!
3. Gwen Stefani
Her clothing line, L.A.M.B., was a global fashion phenomenon that was constantly flying off the shelves. She is certainly a boss.
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4. Ashton Kutcher
You may be surprised to learn that Ashton is very, very business-savvy. The Punk’d host is part of an investment company by the name of A-Grade Investments, which has backed such lucrative start-ups as Spotify and Uber. His future is so well-planned!
5. Jessica Simpson
Her fashion line, The Jessica Simpson Collection, brings in $1 billion dollars every year. However, she sold her portion of the company for an “undisclosed amount.” Let’s hope for the best.
6. Dr. Dre
You’ve probably see people with a pair of Beats by Dre headphones every day. The company actually started up as a response to the lack of quality in Apple’s earbuds. However, Beats by Dre was bought by Apple for over $3 billion dollars! We don’t think anyone will “Forget About Dre” after this huge payday!
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7. Jessica Alba
The actress started The Honest Company to help offer up genuinely non-toxic consumer products to the mainstream market. The health-centric company is now worth somewhere near the $1 billion dollar mark.
8. Steve Carell
Steve Carell is the actual owner of a general store in the tiny town of Marshfield, Massachusetts. Looks like he took being a boss to the most literal level!