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Full Name Daniel Snyder
Date of Birth November 23, 1964
Age 59 years, 3 months, 22 days
Birthplace Silver Spring
Birth City Maryland
Country United States
Horoscope Scorpio

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Daniel Snyder Biography

Daniel Snyder is one of the most popular and richest Real Estate Broker who was born on November 23, 1964 in Silver Spring, Maryland, United States. Snyder He was born 23 November 1964 in Maryland and is his parents being Arlette (nee Amsellem) and Gerald Seymour “Gerry” Snyder. He is a member of the family that’s Jewish. He was the son of a writer freelance that wrote articles in the magazines of United Press International and National Geographic. He was a student at Hillandale elementary school situated in Silver Spring, Maryland. When he was 12 he relocated to Henley-on-Thames the town of Henley-on-Thames, which is close to London and attended a an exclusive school. At the age of 14 he came back home to United States and lived with his grandmother in Queens, New York. The following year the family relocated to Maryland and the boy was able to graduate from Charles W. Woodward High School in Rockville, Maryland. The first position he held was with B. Dalton bookstore in the White Flint Mall.

In the initial public offering of SNC on September 26, 1996 Daniel Snyder became the youngest CEO of the New York Stock Exchange listed company at 32. The top shareholders of Snyder, which included media business mogul Barry Diller, New York investor Dan Lufkin, and Democratic Party legend Robert Strauss, earned significant gains on the initial investments. Mortimer Zuckerman and Fred Drasner who Snyder was due $3 million from the loss of his first business venture, were offered stock in the company, which was eventually worth more than $500 million. His parents sold their shares in the company at a price of $60 million.

Since Snyder became owner, the Redskins’ annual revenue increased from more than $100 million a year when Snyder took over the team in 1999 to around $245 million. As of 2014, the Redskins are the third highest grossing team in the National Football League behind the Dallas Cowboys, who are the team’s biggest on-field rivals, and the New England Patriots. This is in part due to sponsorship arrangements with Anheuser-Busch, Coca-Cola, and Sprint, but mainly due to a $207 million deal with FedEx to gain naming rights to the Redskins’ stadium, now named FedExField.

In May 1999, Snyder purchased the Redskins and Jack Kent Cooke Stadium (now FedExField) for $800 million following the death of previous owner Jack Kent Cooke. At the time, it was the most expensive transaction in sporting history. The deal was financed largely through borrowed money, including $340 million borrowed from Société Générale and $155 million debt assumed on the stadium. Annual loan servicing costs are an estimated $50 million. In order to pay down the team’s debt, in 2003 he sold 15% of the team to real estate developer Dwight Schar for $200 million, 15% to Florida financier Robert Rothman for a like amount; and 5% to Frederick W. Smith, the founder of Federal Express, leaving him with a 65% ownership interest.

The couple got married on the same day in 1994. was married Tanya Ivey, a former model hailing from Atlanta. Tanya Snyder is now a national advocate to raise awareness about breast cancer. They have three kids.

NameDaniel Snyder
First NameDaniel
Last NameSnyder
OccupationReal Estate Broker
BirthdayNovember 23
Birth Year1964
Place of BirthSilver Spring
Home TownMaryland
Birth CountryUnited States
Birth SignScorpio
Full/Birth Name
ParentsArlette Snyder, Gerry Snyder
SiblingsNot Available
SpouseTanya Snyder
Children(s)Not Available

Ethnicity, religion & political views

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He contributed $1 million to help the victims of the September 11 attacks; he donated $600,000 to help victims of Hurricane Katrina; and he paid the shipping costs for charitable food shipments to aid those affected by the 2004 tsunami in Indonesia and Thailand. His disaster relief efforts continued in 2016 following Hurricane Matthew, dispatching his private plane to provide emergency supplies in the Bahamas and medical supplies to Hospital Bernard Mevs in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Daniel Snyder Net Worth

Daniel Snyder is one of the richest Real Estate Broker from United States. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Daniel Snyder's net worth $3-5 Million.* (Last Update: February 3, 2024)

Daniel Marc Snyder (born November 23rd 1964) is an American businessman and major owner of Washington Redskins of the National Football League (NFL). Snyder purchased the Redskins from the Jack Kent Cooke estate in 1999. Snyder is also the founder Snyder Communications. Snyder Communications.

The year was 1989. Snyder along with his sibling Michele created a wallboard advertising (the selling of ads on walls inside buildings) business with the help of funds from their father who had taken another mortgage on his home in England and his sister who maxed out her credit cards with $35,000. They primarily targeted wallboards at doctor’s office (where they had a large public) as well as colleges. They paired the advertising along with distribution of sample products like soaps and medicine bottles to stand out from their rivals. The company was later renamed Snyder Communications LP. The company was a huge achievement and Snyder as well as his wife developed the business organically as well as through acquisitions, expanding its operations to encompass every aspect of outsourcing marketing, such as Direct Marketing, Database Marketing exclusive product sampling and sponsored information display in prime locations, phone centers, as well as field sales. The company expanded its geographical reach from schools and doctor’s offices to areas of maternity care in hospitals as well as private daycare facilities as well as fixed Based Operations (FBO), or private aircraft lounges at major airports across the United States. The company in 1992 branched out into telemarketing, with a particular focus on the untapped market of immigrants. Snyder Communications revenues rose from $2.7 million in 1991, to $4.1 million during 1992, and 9 million dollars in 1993. Proprietary product sampling was first introduced in 1992, through their childcare centers that are privately owned.

Net Worth (2024)$5 Million*
Net Worth in 2023$3 Million*
SalaryUnder Review
Source of IncomeReal Estate Broker
CarsNot Available
HouseLiving in own house.
N.B: * means unconfirmed

In 2004, Snyder brokered a deal with the National Park Service to remove old growth trees from the 200 feet (61 m) of national parkland behind his home to grant him a better view of the Potomac River, on the condition that Snyder would replace the trees with 600 native saplings. Lenn Harley, a real estate broker who was not involved in Snyder’s purchase of the estate but was familiar with the area, estimated that the relatively unobstructed view of the river and its surroundings that resulted from Snyder’s clearing could add $500,000 to $1 million to his $10 million home’s value. The clearcutting was started without approval from Montgomery County, Maryland, and without environmental assessments, as required by law. As a result, Snyder was fined $100 by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission in December 2004. Snyder’s neighbors also filed complaints regarding his clearcutting of scenic and historic easements behind his home.

In 2005, Snyder was inducted as a member of the Greater Washington Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. Snyder owns a corporate jet, a Bombardier BD-700 Global Express XRS.

Daniel Snyder's Height & Physical Stats

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In 2000, Snyder founded the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation, which is active in the Washington, D.C. area. Snyder has been a long-time supporter of Youth For Tomorrow, an organization founded by former Redskins head coach and Pro Football Hall of Famer Joe Gibbs. In April 2010, the organization presented Snyder with its Distinguished Leader Award.

In July 2006, Snyder’s was referred to as ‘Dan Jazeera’ after his Red Zebra Broadcasting company launched a trio of sports radio stations in Washington, D.C. He purchased other radio stations in the mid-Atlantic region, and intends to broadcast coverage of Washington Redskins games on all of his stations. The same month, Snyder and other investors signed a deal to provide financing to the production company run by Tom Cruise and his partner, Paula Wagner. This came one week after Paramount Pictures severed its ties with Cruise and Wagner. Snyder is credited as an executive producer for the 2008 movie Valkyrie, which stars Cruise.

Who is Daniel Snyder Dating?

According to our records, Daniel Snyder married to Tanya Snyder. As of February 1, 2024, Daniel Snyder’s is not dating anyone.

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In 2005, he bought 12% of the stock of amusement park operator Six Flags through his private equity company RedZone Capital. He later gained control of the board placing his friend and ESPN executive Mark Shapiro as CEO and himself as chairman. In April 2009, the New York Stock Exchange delisted Six Flags’ stock as it had fallen below the minimal required market capitalization. In June 2009, Six Flags announced that they were delaying a $15 million debt payment and two weeks later, Six Flags filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. As part of the reorganization, 92% of the company ended up in the hands of their lenders and Dan Snyder and Mark Shapiro were removed from their positions. Snyder lost his entire investment.

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Writing in Forbes magazine, Monte Burke states that distaste for Snyder has made the team name controversy worse than it needed to be, but there are others that also defend his position. Redskins fans have also expressed discontentment about rising ticket and parking prices, and Snyder’s policy of charging fans for tailgates in special areas of the stadium lot. The Redskins did not raise ticket prices from 2006 through 2012. Fans have also complained about the game-day experience. While problems such as traffic and parking were inherited when Snyder bought the team, and are outside of his control, fans have expressed displeasure with Snyder-led initiatives that they feel distract from the enjoyment of attendance. One fan explains:

Does Daniel Snyder own Six Flags?

In 2005, Daniel Snyder acquired a 12% stake in Six Flags, Inc. through his private equity company Red Zone Capital.

How is Dan Snyder rich?

Dan Snyder initially made his fortune with a marketing business, Snyder Communications, that he started as a college dropout. After taking the company public in 1996, Snyder sold it to French firm Havas for $2.1 billion in stock in 2000.

How old is Daniel Snyder?

57 years (November 23, 1964)

What does Dan Snyder do for a living?

Professions

Who is the CEO of Six Flags?

Selim A Bassoul (Nov 15, 2021–)

Key Events

  1. Daniel Marc Snyder (born November 23, 1964) is an American businessman who is the owner of the Washington Commanders, an American football franchise belonging to the National Football League (NFL)..

  2. Snyder was born on November 23, 1964, in Silver Spring, Maryland..

  3. In 1989, Snyder and his sister Michele founded Snyder Communications, an advertising company with seed money from their father..

  4. Revenues rose from $2.7 million in 1991 to $9 million in 1993..

  5. In 1992, the company expanded into telemarketing with a focus on the immigrant market..

  6. In 1994, Snyder married Tanya Ivey, a former fashion model from Atlanta..

  7. Snyder became the youngest-ever CEO of a New York Stock Exchange listed company at the age of 32 when it underwent an initial public offering in September 1996..

  8. He continued to expand the company aggressively through a string of acquisitions, such as Arnold Worldwide in 1997..

  9. By 1998, the company had over 12,000 employees and $1 billion in annual revenues..

  10. The team's annual revenue increased from more than $100 million a year in 1999 to around $245 million by 2005..

  11. He bought the team, then known as the Washington Redskins, from the estate of former owner Jack Kent Cooke in 1999..

  12. In May 1999, Snyder purchased the Washington Redskins, along with Jack Kent Cooke Stadium for $800 million following the death of previous owner Jack Kent Cooke..

  13. He purchased the rights to the team for $4 million in 1999..

  14. In 2000, Snyder founded the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation..

  15. Under Snyder, the team sued season ticket holders who were unable to pay during the Great Recession in the late 2000s, despite his claim that there were over 200,000 people on the season ticket waiting list..

  16. In April 2000, Snyder Communications was sold to the French advertising and marketing services group Havas in an all-stock transaction valued at in excess of US$2 billion..

  17. In 2001, Snyder had surgery to remove a cancerous thyroid gland..

  18. To pay down the team's debt, in 2003, he sold 15 percent of the team to real estate developer Dwight Schar for $200 million, 15 percent to Florida financier Robert Rothman for a like amount; and 5 percent to Frederick W..

  19. The team was going to be called the Washington Warriors and play their games at the Comcast Center in 2003 but the team never started..

  20. He paid shipping costs for charitable food shipments to aid those affected by the 2004 tsunami in Indonesia and Thailand..

  21. As a result, Snyder was fined $100 by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission in December 2004..

  22. In 2004, Snyder brokered a deal with the National Park Service to remove old growth trees from the 200 feet (61 m) of national parkland behind his home to grant him a better view of the Potomac River, on the condition that Snyder would replace the trees with 600 native saplings..

  23. In 2005, Snyder was inducted as a member of the Greater Washington Jewish Sports Hall of Fame..

  24. In 2005, he bought 12% of the stock of amusement park operator Six Flags through his private equity company RedZone Capital..

  25. Also in July 2006, Snyder and other investors signed a deal to provide financing to the production company run by Tom Cruise and his partner, Paula Wagner..

  26. In July 2006, Red Zebra Broadcasting launched a trio of sports radio stations in Washington, D..

  27. In February 2007, it was announced that Snyder's private equity firm Red Zone Capital Management would purchase Johnny Rockets, the 1950s-themed diner chain..

  28. From 2007 to 2012, Snyder also owned Dick Clark Productions..

  29. Snyder is credited as an executive producer for the 2008 movie Valkyrie, which starred Cruise..

  30. In April 2009, the New York Stock Exchange delisted Six Flags' stock as it had fallen below the minimal market capitalization..

  31. Partway through the 2009 season, Snyder temporarily banned all signs from FedExField, leading to further fan discontentment..

  32. In June 2009, Six Flags announced that the company was delaying a $15 million debt payment and two weeks later, Six Flags filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection..

  33. The alleged incident had occurred on his private plane while returning from the Academy of Country Music Awards in 2009..

  34. C., market before the 2009 demise of the original league..

  35. In April 2010, the organization presented Snyder with its Distinguished Leader Award..

  36. Threatening a lawsuit in January 2011, Snyder demanded the dismissal of sports writer Dave McKenna, who had written an article for the Washington City Paper titled "The Cranky Redskins Fan's Guide to Dan Snyder", creating a list of controversies involving Snyder..

  37. In May 2013, in response to a question regarding the teams' Federal Trademark, Snyder told the USA Today "We'll never change the name..

  38. A pitched public relations battle in 2013 and 2014 led Snyder to employ crisis management and PR firms in an effort to defend the name..

  39. RedZone Capital Management sold the company to Sun Capital Partners in 2013..

  40. Snyder's creation of the Washington Redskins Original Americans Foundation in 2014 was seen as a "cheap effort to buy favor from Indian communities" by activists..

  41. In 2014, Snyder formed the Washington Redskins Original Americans Foundation to provide opportunities and resources to aid Tribal communities..

  42. In May 2014, Snyder and Tanya received the Charles B..

  43. In 2016 following Hurricane Matthew, Snyder dispatched his private plane to provide emergency supplies in the Bahamas and medical supplies to Hospital Bernard Mevs in Port-au-Prince..

  44. In 2017 and 2018, Red Zebra sold off all of its radio stations and ceased doing business..

  45. A criminal inquiry by the Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Virginia alleged that Snyder possibly committed bank fraud after learning he was granted a $55 million line of credit in November 2018 without the knowledge and permission of the team's board of directors..

  46. A US$55 million loan became the primary focus of federal prosecutors, which initially was discovered as a footnote in an April 2020 financial report..

  47. Following renewed attention to questions of racial justice in wake of the George Floyd protests in 2020, a letter signed by 87 shareholders and investors was sent to team and league sponsors Nike, FedEx, and PepsiCo urging them to cut their ties unless the name was changed..

  48. In 2020, Snyder blocked the minority owners from selling their combined 35 percent ownership stake to an outside party by exercising his right of first refusal, only offering to buy back the 20 percent held by Rothman and Smith but not the 15 percent owned by Schar..

  49. In July 2020, The Washington Post published a series of articles alleging that over 40 women who were former employees of the organization, including office workers and cheerleaders, had been sexually harassed and discriminated against by Snyder and other male executives, colleagues, and players of the team since at least 2006..

  50. As a team rebranding process usually takes over a year, the team temporarily played as the Washington Football Team for the 2020 and 2021 seasons..

  51. In response, the team underwent a review in July 2020 and announced they would be retiring the name, with a new name and logo to be chosen at a later date..

  52. She is a national spokesperson for breast cancer awareness and was named co-CEO of the team in 2021..

  53. In April 2021, after a period of litigation, the league approved Snyder for a debt waiver of $400 million to acquire the remaining ownership stake held by the three in a deal worth over $800 million..

  54. In March 2021, reports surfaced that Snyder may have intentionally under reported ticket sales to the NFL and IRS in order to pay a smaller share into the NFL's Visiting Team Fund, allowing him to keep more of the ticket revenue than he otherwise would..

  55. A year-long independent investigation into the team's workplace culture, led by lawyer Beth Wilkinson, was concluded in July 2021..

  56. In November 2022, Snyder incorporated a private limited company in London that listed his residency in England..

  57. On July 28, 2022, Snyder voluntarily testified before the United States House Committee on Oversight and Reform regarding its own investigation on Washington's history of workplace misconduct..

  58. C., filed a consumer protection lawsuit against the NFL and Snyder in October 2022..

  59. On April 12, 2022, the House Oversight Committee sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission alleging Snyder had been keeping two separate financial ledgers since at least 2012: one that he would submit to the NFL and one that showed the actual numbers, which were much different..

  60. Following a 14 month probe, the House Committee on Oversight and Reform published a report in December 2022 which found that Snyder gave "misleading" answers when he testified about his team's workplace issues..

  61. The name was changed to the Commanders in 2022..

  62. Snyder donated $300,000 to several humanitarian aid organizations for people affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022..

  63. In February 2023, a federal grand jury issued subpoenas for a cache of documents related to the team's finances..

  64. A 2023 survey conducted by the NFL Players Association ranked Washington as the worst team to play for, with the lowest grades for their team facilities and lack of accommodations for the players and their families..

  65. In 2023, he reached an agreement with an investment group led by Josh Harris to sell the team for $6.05 billion, the largest sales transaction for a sports franchise in history..

  66. In 2023, he reached an agreement to sell the team to a group led by Josh Harris for $6.05 billion, the largest sales transaction for a sports franchise in history. .