Jean Pritzker is an American movie producer and philanthropist with a net worth of 2.5 billion. Jean Pritzker was created in 1962. She's a member of the Pritzker family and is the daughter of The granddaughter and jay Pritzker of A.N. Pritzker. The family created the Hyatt Hotel chain and sold the Marmon Group to Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway in 2007 for 4.5 billion. The household has also offered a majority stake in Transunion. Pritzker and Deborah Del Prete founded the film production and financing business Odd Lot Entertainment. Pritzker has created the films The Phantom of the Opera, Simple Justice, Hostile Intent, The Wedding Planner, Ricochet River, Mean Creek, Green Street, Alive or undead: A Zombedy, Suburban Girl, Buried Alive, The Spirit, The Open Road, Rabbit Hole, Carbon Nation, From Prada to Nada, Drive, The Way Way Back, Ender's Game, Rosewater, Draft Day, and Mortdecai. A 2005 LA Femme Filmmaker Award for Hooligans was won by Pritzker.
Jean (Gigi) Pritzker Net Worth of 2.5 Billion Dollars