Terri Steffen Wiki
Terri Steffen is married to Paul Bilzerian, the expert in business takeovers and a convicted felon. She is also the mother of poker players Dan and Adam Bilzerian.
|Date of Birth||Unknown|
|Place of Birth||Minneapolis city of Minnesota, US|
|Height||5 feet 8.5 inches (1.74 metres)|
Terri Steffen Background
Terri Steffen is the daughter of Lois Steffen and Harry A. Steffen, a businessman who passed away in 2006.
Tim Steffen, Dan Steffen (who passed away in 2012), and Greg Steffen are three of her brothers. Leslie Steffen, Sheri Steffen, and Cynthia Haakana are her other three sisters.
Terri Steffen Education
Terri L. Steffen attended high school in California. She attended Stanford University in the past.
She frequently spent her childhood summers in Minnesota’s Crosslake city with her family.
Terri Steffen Husband
Paul Alec Bilzerian, an American entrepreneur with expertise in company takeovers, was born in 1950.
Bilzerian served a 13-month prison sentence and was also ordered to disgorge his profits after being found guilty of failing to make full and timely disclosures on Schedule 13(d) filings related to unsuccessful takeover attempts of Cluett, Peabody and Company, and Hammermill Paper Company in the 1980s.
This resulted in bankruptcy and a 32-year legal battle with the Securities and Exchange Commission. For the past 33 years, Bilzerian has insisted he is both legally and factually innocent.
Paul Bilzerian, a Stanford alumnus who she married in 1978, is a Stanford graduate. Following their nuptials, they relocated to St. Petersburg. In 1984, she and Paul moved to Sacramento so that she could be nearer to her father.
They relocated to Tampa in 1986, where they constructed the now-sold Avila home.
Terri Steffen Sons
Adam and Dan Bilzerian are sons of Terri and Paul. Everett Bilzerian and Ares Bilzerian, two boys, are her grandchildren (sons of Adam).
Terri Steffen Net worth
Terri Steffen estimated net worth is unknown. She was formerly wed to well-known businessman Paul Bilzerian is of Armenian descent.