Rick Salomon Net Worth

Rick Salomon is an American poker player and independent film producer who rose to fame for his high profile romantic link ups. He has a deep passion for poker and is known as a big home game player in the Los Angeles area. He also started an online gambling site and won a 2.8 million cash prize in the World Series of Poker Big One for One Drop. His fame has been further increased by his alleged relationships with high profile actresses and socialites, including Paris Hilton. Salomon has been married and divorced three times.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Poker Player
Birth Day January 24, 1969
Birth Place Neptune Township, New Jersey, United States
Birth Sign Aquarius
Occupation Former producer, poker player
Years active 2003–present
Spouse(s) Elizabeth Daily (m. 1995; div. 2000) Shannen Doherty (m. 2002; annulled 2003) Pamela Anderson (m. 2007; annulled 2008) (m. 2014; div. 2015)
Children 2

💰 Net worth: $700,000 (2024)

Rick Salomon, a well-known poker player in the United States, is reported to have an estimated net worth of $700,000 in 2024. Salomon has gained recognition in the poker community for his skills and success in high-stakes games, earning him a reputation as a formidable player. While his net worth may not be as high as some of the industry's biggest names, Salomon's considerable wealth indicates a successful career in professional poker and highlights his aptitude for the game.

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In 1995, Salomon married voice Actress Elizabeth Daily. The couple had two daughters, Hunter and Tyson, before divorcing in 2000.


In 2002, Salomon married Actress Shannen Doherty. The marriage was annulled after nine months.


In 2003, a sex tape featuring Salomon and then-girlfriend Paris Hilton was leaked onto the Internet. Shortly afterward, Salomon filed a lawsuit against the company that distributed the tape, and against the Hilton family, whom he accused of tarnishing his reputation by suggesting that he had exploited Hilton. Salomon further claimed in his $10 million suit that representatives of the Hiltons tried to discourage media outlets from playing excerpts of the tape by saying that Hilton was underage when the tape was made (which would have made showing the tape illegal), and were attempting to crush him to preserve the image they had created for her. Hilton later sued the company that released the tape, Kahatani Ltd., for $30 million for violation of privacy and emotional distress.


In April 2004, Salomon began distributing the tape himself through adult-film company Red Light District Video under the title 1 Night in Paris. In July 2004, Salomon dropped his lawsuit against the Hilton family after Paris Hilton's privacy lawsuit was thrown out of court. Salomon and Red Light District Video agreed to pay Hilton $400,000 plus a percentage of the tape's sale profit.


On September 29, 2007, Salomon and Actress Pamela Anderson applied for a marriage license in Las Vegas. Anderson had told talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres in September that she was engaged; she referred to her fiancé only as a poker player. The couple were married on October 6, 2007 during a break between the 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. shows of "Hans Klok's The Beauty of Magic" at Planet Hollywood resort, where Anderson was starring as a magician's assistant. Salomon and Anderson separated less than ten weeks later and, on December 14, Anderson filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences. Two days later, Anderson and Salomon were seen shopping together. Anderson later posted a message on her website indicating that they were reconciling. On December 28, 2007, Anderson's attorney filed a proof of Service of summons in Los Angeles Superior Court regarding the divorce claim. In February 2008, Anderson filed to have the marriage annulled citing fraud as the reasoning. The following month, Salomon also filed for an annulment citing fraud. The marriage was annulled on March 24, 2008.


Anderson again filed for divorce from Salomon on July 3, 2014,, while Salomon filed for an annulment in Nevada on the grounds of fraud. On April 29, 2015, her divorce was granted with a $1 million settlement.