Top 10 Side Business of Hollywood Celebrities

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10. Armie Hammer

 

Armie Hammer

 

Armie Hammer and his wife, TV journalist and model Elizabeth Chambers, opened BIRD Bakery in San Antonio, Texas. BIRD Bakery specializes in cupcakes, breads, sandwiches, coffee, and quiche. It also creates custom designs for weddings and other special occasions.

 

 

9. Steve Carell

 

Steve Carell

 

Steve Carell bought the Marshfield Hills General Store in Marshfield, Massachusetts in 2009. He bought the general store to preserve it as a local landmark.

 

 

8. Kate Hudson

 

Kate Hudson

 

Kate Hudson is a co-founded Fabletics, an online subscription retailer that specializes in women’s sportswear and accessories. The monthly service offers its members personalized sportswear based on their lifestyle and fashion preferences.

 

 

7. Mark Wahlberg

 

Mark Wahlberg

 

Mark Wahlberg is a co-owns the casual dining restaurant and bar Wahlburgers with his two brothers, actor Donnie and chef Paul Wahlberg. The first Wahlburgers location opened in Hingham, Massachusetts, just outside of Boston, in 2011. Additional locations opened in Toronto, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, and New York City. The restaurant is also the subject of the A&E reality show of the same name.

 

 

6. Raquel Welch

 

Raquel Welch

 

Raquel Welch is a successfully launched a signature line of designer wigs and hair extensions for women and men called HairUWear.

 

 

5. Justin Timberlake

 

Justin Timberlake

 

Justin Timberlake and Specific Media purchased MySpace.com for $35 million, which is a far cry from the $580 million News Corporation paid to acquire the social media site in 2005. Timberlake is now co-owner of MySpace and reinvented the site into a music discovery platform.

 

 

4. Sandra Bullock

 

Sandra Bullock

 

Sandra Bullock owns two very successful restaurants in Austin, Texas. In 2006, she opened the high-end eatery Bess Bistro. Later in the year, she opened Walton’s Fancy and Staple, a bakery, deli, flower shop, and catering service where her sister Gesine, a pastry chef, created some of its menu items. Sandra Bullock believes that the restaurants success comes from their family recipes.

 

 

3. Ashton Kutcher

 

Ashton Kutcher

 

Ashton Kutcher is co-founded A-Grade Investments, a venture capital firm that invests in technology start-up companies, including Spotify, Uber, Fab, and Airbnb. Before he co-founded the venture capital firm, Kutcher personally invested in Foursquare and Skype.

 

 

2. Paul Newman

 

Paul Newman

 

Paul Newman and author A.E. Hotchner founded Newman’s Own, an organic food company that produces a wide range of products, from pasta sauce to popcorn. The company is known for giving all of its after-tax profits to Newman’s Own Foundation, which donates money to various educational and charitable organizations. To date, Newman’s Own Foundation has donated more than $400 million to thousands of different charities.

 

 

1. Dan Aykroyd

 

Dan Aykroyd

 

Dan Aykroyd is a co-founded Crystal Head Vodka with artist John Alexander in 2007 with the goal of crafting “a vessel worthy of one of the world’s purest vodkas.” In their case, this means a top-shelf vodka that is triple Herkimer diamond filtered. A 750 milliliter skull-shaped bottle of Crystal Head Vodka retails for around $50.

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