How much is Jean Paul Getty worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Jean Paul Getty? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Jean Paul Getty's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Jean Paul Getty (Minneapolis, Minnesota, December 15, 1892 - London, June 6, 1976) was an American businessman and founder of the Getty Oil company. \n \n\nJean_Paul_Getty's Biography \n Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, into an oil family, he was one of the first in the world with a fortune of more than 1,000 million dollars. An avid collector of art and antiques, his collection and his Malibu mansion were the basis of the J. Paul Getty Museum in California. \n He passed through the University of Southern California, and Berkeley before graduating in 1914 from Magdalen College, Oxford in Economics and Political Science. He worked during the summers in his father's oil fields in Oklahoma. He got his first million dollars in 1916 with his first oil company in Tulsa. The following year he announced his retirement to Los Angeles to become a playboy. Although he would return to business later, Getty had lost the respect of his father. Shortly before George Franklin Getty died in 1930, he thought Jean Paul would take the family business to ruin, and he told him so. \n He moved to England in the 1950s, where he lived and worked, until his death, at Sutton Place, a 17th-century mansion near Guildford. \n Marriages \n Getty married five times: with Jeanette Tremont (1923-25), Allene Ashby (1926-28), Adolphine Hemle (1928-32), Ann Rork (1932-35), and Theodora Lynch. He had five children: George Franklin Getty II (died in 1973) with his first wife, Jean Ronald Getty with the third, John Paul Getty and Gordon Getty with the fourth, and Timothy Getty (deceased with 12 years of age) with his last wife . \n Vision of his own success \n Getty wrote a very successful book titled How to be Rich. His oil business was inherited from his father, who started the business. \n Getty fully recognizes this in his autobiography: \n\n \u00abI enjoyed the advantage of being born into a rich family, and when I started my business career I was subsidized by my father. Although I made money - and enough - on my own, I doubt that the Getty Empire existed today if I had not inherited my father's business after his death. "\n\n\n \u00abMy secret to being rich? Get up early, work late and find oil \u00bb. \n\n\n "I prefer the 1 % of the effort of a hundred people than the 100% of my own effort." \n\n\n\n\nMore Facts about Jean Paul Getty\n\nThe Jean Paul Getty's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.