Silvio Berlusconi Net Worth

Silvio Berlusconi Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Silvio Berlusconi net worth is
$8.5 Billion

Silvio Berlusconi Wiki Biography

Silvio Berlusconi is an Italian businessperson, media proprietor and politician. “Forbes” places Berlusconi at 118th place on the list of richest people of the world. He served about 19 years as a member of the Chamber of Deputies in Italy, and in 2013 he became a member of the Senate. Silvio Berlusconi is the third longest-serving Prime Minister of Italy after Giovanni Giolotti and Benito Mussolini. He is also known as the owner of the Italian football club A. C. Milan since 1986. The former Prime Minister of Italy, Berlusconi has an estimated net worth of $8.3 billion. With such a huge net worth Berlusconi is one of the richest persons in his home country.

Silvio Berlusconi Net Worth $8.3 Billion

Silvio Berlusconi was born on September 29, 1936, in Milan. He attended Salesian college and after graduation studied law at the University of Milan. Despite being born into a middle class family, Berlusconi was able to enter the political arena and form a political party, Forza Italy (Go Italy). Since then he has served as the Prime Minister of Italy several times (1994 to 1995, 2001 to 2006, 2008 to 2011).

Silvio Berlusconi is an owner of six estates and homes in Italy. Berlusconi’s net worth allowed him to purchase Villa San Martino – this is his prime residence near Milano. This amazing building has a massive 10,000 volume library. In 2008 Berlusconi also purchased the mansion Vila Correnti in Lesa. This mansion even has a special place for a helicopter. The former Italian Prime Minister also owns “Blue Horizon” house in Tuckers Town, Bermuda, which has an estimated value of $7 million. His Villa Certosa in Sardinia is well known as his private villa for entertaining prostitutes. In 1988 Villa Certosa was estimated to be worth of 450 million Euros. Berlusconi also owns a 19th century estate which is worth 86 million Euros.

During his amazing politician career, Berlusconi not only built his net worth, but was also labelled with a wide variety of nicknames – he has been called Berlusca, Papi, Psiconano, Unto dal Signore, Nano and even The Knight. Being popular as a politician, Silvio Berlusconi’s net worth was raised even more because of his criminal allegations and scandals including child sexual abuse, false accounting, defamation and even mafia collusion. In October 2013 Berlusconi was involved in four ongoing court trials. The best known of them was defamation against Antonio Di Pietro.

There have been many documentaries created about Berlusconi. For example, in 2005 the documentary film “When was Silvio – History of the period Berlusconi” directed by Beppe Cremagnani Enrico Deaglio was released.

Today Silvio Berlusconi’s net worth is well known to everyone thanks to Forbes magazine which reported him as sixth richest man in Italy, but he is still behind such people as Giorgio Armani and Michele Ferrero.
Nowadays Silvio Berlusconi lives in Milan with his wife. The famous politician has five children from two  marriages. Three of them nowadays occupy important posts in Fininvest.

Full NameSilvio Berlusconi
Net Worth$8.5 Billion
Date Of BirthSeptember 29, 1936
Place Of BirthMilan, Italy
Height5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
ProfessionPolitician, Businessperson, Entrepreneur, Media proprietor, Film Producer
EducationUniversity of Milan
SpouseVeronica Lario (m. 1990–2013), Carla Elvira Dall'Oglio (m. 1965–1985)
ChildrenBarbara Berlusconi, Pier Silvio Berlusconi, Marina Berlusconi, Eleonora Berlusconi, Luigi Berlusconi
ParentsLuigi Berlusconi, Rosa Bossi
SiblingsPaolo Berlusconi, Maria Francesca Antonietta Berlusconi
PartnerFrancesca Pascale (2012–)
NicknamesThe Knight , Berlusca , Unto dal Signore , Il Cavaliere , Sua Emittenza , Il Caimano , Papi
AwardsInternational Emmy Award for Directorate
MoviesTo Want to Fly, Mediterraneo
1I am the Jesus Christ of politics I sacrifice myself for everyone.
2[on appointing fifty deputies to government from his advertising company] I'm like Prince Charming. They were pumpkins and I turned them into parliamentarians.
3[on being asked if he would be attending Barack Obama's inauguration] No. I'm not an extra. I'm a lead.
4According to a survey, when Italian women were asked if they would like to have sex with me, 30 per-cent said yes, while the other 70 per-cent said, "What, again?"
5[Shortly before some TV programs were canceled from the public TV] The way Biagi, Santoro and Luttazzi used Italian Public Television was criminal. It's a specific duty for the new administration to prevent this thing from happening again.
1He is the firstborn of Rosa Bossi and Luigi Berlusconi (March 27th, 1908 - 1985). He had a sister, Maria Francesca Antonietta (June 9th, 1943 - February 25th, 2009) and has a brother, Paolo (born on December 6th, 1949).
2Berlusconi lost the political elections 2 times: on April 21th, 1996, and on April 9th and 10th, 2006, this time for just about 24,000 votes out of 38 million. On February 24th and 25th, 2013, for the first time in the history of Italy no coalition has obtained an absolute majority in the Senate of the Republic, causing 2 months of political stalemate.
3Is portrayed by Nanni Moretti, Elio De Capitani and Michele Placido on Il caimano (2006), a movie about his vicissitudes, which was released just days before the 2006 general elections and became a blockbuster in Italy.
4Prime Minister of Italy for 3 times: from May 10th, 1994, to January 17th, 1995, from June 11th, 2001, to May 17th, 2006, and from May 8th, 2008, to November 16th, 2011.
5Has his look-alike puppet in the French show Les guignols de l'info (1988).
6Quits A.C. Milan presidency to comply with the law that prohibits the country's premier from running private enterprises. (December 2004)
7Took charge of Milan in 1986, transforming the club into one of the best in Europe and cheering them to four European Cup titles and seven Italian titles.
8He met and fell in love with actress Veronica Lario in 1980 when he was still married to first wife, Carla. They married on December 15th, 1990, and had 3 children: Barbara Berlusconi, Eleonora (born on May 7th, 1986) and Luigi (born on September 27th, 1988).
9In 1994, when he entered politics, resigned all the offices he held in his companies, except the office of chairman of A.C. Milan S.p.A. (1st division soccer team). The 2 children he had with his first wife, Carla Elvira Lucia Dall'Oglio (born on September 12th, 1940), are now among with the top directors of his group: Marina Berlusconi is vice-chairman of Fininvest S.p.A. (general holding company of Berlusconi's group) and Pier Silvio Berlusconi is vice-chairman of the Mediaset Group and chairman and chief executive of R.T.I.
10He was nicknamed "Il Cavaliere" ("The Knight") because on June 2nd, 1977 he became the youngest member of the Ordine Cavalleresco al Merito del Lavoro, an Italian order of knighthood reserved to entrepreneurs. He has given up this honor in 2014.
11In June 2000 he was the richest man in Italy ($ 12.8 billion, according to "Forbes") and the leader of the biggest conservative political party in Italy, "Forza Italia", founded by him on January 18th, 1994. He is probably the most controversial political figure in Italy. His entry into politics was immediately the subject of a large national debate (which still goes on), which has divided the Italian people essentially in two parts. Italians moderates considered him the savior of his country from the danger of communist coalition (at that time led by Achille Occhetto), and because of that became the subject of a judicial persecution by the left politicized judiciary which is unprecedented in the history of Italy. The other part considered him the worst Italian criminal ever existed, accused in more than 20 court proceedings and who entered politics only to save himself from jail and expand his private business interests to the detriment of the rest of the nation. He has always fought with a particular force the left coalition in Parliament. It is also famous a hard verbal confrontation that took place in the European Parliament on July 2nd, 2003, with the German eurodeputy Martin Schulz: he heavily criticized Berlusconi and his government and so Berlusconi told him: "Signor Schulz, so che in Italia c'è un produttore che sta montando un film sui campi di concentramento nazisti: la suggerirò per il ruolo di Kapo. Lei è perfetto!".


Más allá del horizonte1994TV Series producer - 3 episodes
Due vite, un destino1992TV Movie producer
Man Trouble1992executive producer
Folks!1992executive producer
Micaela1992TV Series producer - 4 episodes
Volere volare1991producer
Preferisco Vivere1989TV Movie producer


My Way: Berlusconi in His Own WordsTV Movie documentary post-productionHimself
Oldnanna2015Documentary shortHimself (voice)
Le petit journal2014TV SeriesHimself
Girlfriend in a Coma2012DocumentaryHimself
Le monde en face2011TV Series documentaryHimself
Kreuz & Quer2011TV Series documentaryHimself
Sorelle d'Italia2010Documentary
Una giornata particolare2010Documentary shortHimself
Di me cosa ne sai2009DocumentaryHimself
Politica zero2006DocumentaryHimself
Dopo TG12006TV SeriesHimself (1 epidode, 2006)
Maurizio Costanzo Show2001TV SeriesHimself - Founder of the Fininvest Group
Quo Vadis Italy1994TV Movie documentaryHimself
7 sur 71994TV SeriesHimself
Telemike1990TV SeriesHimself - Founder of the Fininvest Group
Bitte umblättern1978TV Series documentaryHimself

Archive Footage

Belluscone. Una storia siciliana2014DocumentaryHimself (uncredited)
Spise med Price2014TV Series documentaryHimself
Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell2013TV SeriesHimself
Le sexe autour du monde2013TV Series documentaryHimself
S.B.: Io lo conoscevo bene2012DocumentaryHimself (uncredited)
Diaz - Don't Clean Up This Blood2012Himself (uncredited)
Sexocracy: The man of Bunga Bunga2011DocumentaryHimself
Looking for Milano2011TV Movie documentaryHimself
Silvio Forever2011DocumentaryHimself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2010-2011TV SeriesHimself
Des Wahnsinns fetteste Beute2011Documentary shortHimself
Draquila - L'Italia che trema2010DocumentaryHimself
Tengo 20 años2010TV SeriesHimself
50 años de2009TV SeriesHimself
RTL Boulevard2009TV SeriesHimself
Los nuevos y clásicos bloopers2009TV SeriesHimself
Insiders2009TV SeriesHimself
Quelli che... il calcio2007-2008TV SeriesHimself
Taking Liberties2007DocumentaryHimself - G8 Summit (uncredited)
Have I Got News for You2006TV SeriesHimself
Il caimano2006Himself (uncredited)
Dorfers Donnerstalk2005TV SeriesHimself
Romanzo criminale2005Himself (uncredited)
Viva Zapatero!2005DocumentaryHimself
Året der gik 20032003TV SpecialHimself - Minister President, Italy
Nyhetsåret 20032003TV Movie documentaryPrime Minister of Italy
The Prime Minister and the Press2003TV Movie documentaryHimself
Sendung ohne Namen2002-2003TV Series documentaryHimself
Aprile1998Himself (uncredited)

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