A Closer Look at 94 Year Old Sculptor Takis’s Net Worth

A 94 year old Greek sculptor, hectoring his adoring fans seven days a week to support his dogs may have a lot of fans, but Takis has not quite hit the jackpot when it comes to fortune teller status. Although, it is not surprising that he has a hefty net worth.

In the grand scheme of things, Takis’s most notable accomplishment is being a sculptor. His work can be found at public locations across Paris, France. Its ostensibly the reason why he was able to earn a hefty affluent salary while working a mere seven hours a day. This is one of the main reasons why he has a net worth in the neighborhood of five million dollars.

Aside from his work as a sculptor, he is also a professional golfer, and a qualified sommelier. He was also an executive at J.P. Morgan, where he first joined in 2007. The best part is that he was able to learn a thing or two about business along the way.

Takis is a big fan of the social media. Among other things, he has a YouTube account. As a matter of fact, he developed an ad campaign to raise awareness for the plight of homeless dogs. On the whole, he has done a good job of keeping his private life under wraps. Despite his obscurity, he has managed to rake in the cash via some of the most innovative social marketing techniques. Of course, this does not mean that he has been able to live an ostentatious lifestyle. Indeed, he has been known to spend a few hours each day putting his dogs to bed.

Not only is he the heir to the crown of the famous Sculptor, he is a philanthropist at heart. Among other things, he has been a long time supporter of the arts, and has donated over a hundred thousand dollars to various charities. He also holds an honorary doctorate of arts from Columbia University in the U.S. Moreover, he is on several of the school’s boards.

Takis has been a good steward of the public’s money. Among his contributions to the economy, he has helped to put Greece on the map with his shrewd leadership and strategic thinking. If only he could get his government to finance his worthy projects. At least in the short term, that is.

With the best of luck, he will probably come out on top in the upcoming elections.