Steve Wynn Net Worth

Steve Wynn Net Worth

Steve Wynn Net Worth:
$3.1 Billion

Steve Wynn Net Worth

Steve Wynn – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $3.1 Billion
Date of birth: January 27, 1942 (82 years old)
Gender: Male
Profession: Entrepreneur

CEO of Wynn Resorts. He built or refurbished the Golden Nugget, The Mirage, Treasure Island, and many other resorts.

He invested in the Frontier Hotel and Casino after he had success with bingo in the state of Maryland.

He contracted a rare condition that caused him to go legally blind in 2010, although he continued his business ventures in full-force.


Initially, Wynn worked at Yale Law School. He was left with no other choice but to abandon the position after the demise of his father. Consequently, he began to manage his family’s business. It was a line of bingo parlors. The company was in Waysons Corner, Maryland. His business skills are unquestionable, given the fact that within his first year, he had expanded the business.

How Rich is Steve Wynn
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Personal Life

He married Elaine Farrell Pascal two times. The couple, however, divorced twice as well. He has two daughters named Kevyn and Gillian.

He was considered to be the Donald Trump of the Las Vegas Strip, changing the culture and helping to turn the city into one of the most popular destinations in the world.


“This generation… they have a different attitude. Instead of sitting and watching something, they want to be a part of it – they’re very hedonistic and sensual.”

— Steve Wynn

“I am so focused on the fact that the conversation doesn’t address any of the things I think are important. I think our political dialogue in America is distorted and completely off track.”

— Steve Wynn

“I love being part of the Chinese scene as a businessman. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t short-term discomforts and adjustments.”

— Steve Wynn

“You need to build a place that is a touristic destination that brings in people from outside the region.”

— Steve Wynn

“Nobody likes being around poor people, especially poor people.”

— Steve Wynn