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|Birth place:||New York, USA|
|Profession:||A graffiti artist, street artist|
|Movies:||“Justin Bieber’s Believe” (2013), “Lord of the Freaks” (2015 (2015), documentary)|
|TV shows:||Art Basel Miami Beach, “Million Dollar Listings: Los Angeles” (2006), "World Wide Kat" (1 episode (1 episode), 2014, tv series)|
Alec Monopoly Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016
Alec Monopoly is the alias of a street artist that was born on 1987, in New York, USA. He is best known for his depiction of the monopoly man from the Monopoly board game which helped him rise to fame. He also indulges in graffiti and various other types of art, referencing pop culture icons in cities like Los Angeles, New York, London, Miami, and many others. His skills and passion for art have put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Alec Monopoly? Sources estimate that his net worth is at $12 million, mostly earned through his success as an artist. A lot of his work can sell for $20,000 to $50,000 easily, and he has clientele that includes names like Robert de Niro, Benicio Del Toro, and Seth Rogen. He’s said to own real estate in Los Angeles, that’s part of his wealth.
Alec Monopoly Net Worth $12 Million
Alec Monopoly’s inspiration came from watching television and seeing Bernard Madoff get arrested for fraud. He then had the idea to create the monopoly man, contextualizing the situation to something that easily relates to a lot of people. The artwork became a great hit and soon gained Alec Monopoly both popularity and notoriety. Despite the illegal connotation typically associated with street art, Alec does his best to stay out of the way of government property and asks for approval before composing his art. Many times, he works on abandoned buildings so as to not cause anyone grief.
A lot of his works are portrayals of popular icons, like cartoon characters Uncle Scrooge and Richie Rich. He’s also created art on celebrity icons like Jack Nicholson, Goldie Hawn and Michael Jackson. Eventually his popularity gave him the chance to showcase his own artwork, a solo gallery in New York, which then led to many other exhibitions. He took part in the Art Basel Miami Beach and even hosted a yacht party as part of the celebrations. He does a lot of canvas work now, and according to him, work done on the canvas can be immortalized while works on walls have the potential to be brought down after some time. He still loves graffiti, but mainly does it when he is allowed. His net worth also continues to increase along with his popularity.
Monopoly’s work became viral, and around 2014 he was one of the most searched for street artists on the internet. He’s worked for documentaries, shows and films like “Justin Bieber’s Believe”. He was also part of the Bravo TV reality show “Million Dollar Listings: Los Angeles”, where he wore a bandana around his mouth while handling real estate discussions. His work has lead him to various parts of the US, Europe, Asia, and Latin America.
For his personal life, the man is a mystery as he keeps his public image identifiable only to his alias. Not much is known about him, and for a long time he wore a bandana to cover part of his face. He wants to keep his identity a secret, and according to him the cover was created to protect himself against the possibility of getting caught while doing street art.
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|Lord of the Freaks||2015||Documentary||Himself|
|World Wide Kat||2014||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
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