A Closer Look at Mr Biggs’ Net Worth
Mr Biggs was a swashbuckling British criminal, who lived the good life, albeit in exile, with his family in Paris. The Biggs aficionados may recall that he was the third of six Biggs brothers. Having spent time in the military, he was dishonorably discharged in 1949 and later went on to live on the run with his family in Australia. His most memorable heyday, however, was between the two wars, when he was involved in the Great Train Robbery of 1963, along with his pals the infamous gangsters of the period.
While he was in the good graces of the Queen and Prince, Mr Biggs was a bit too swashbuckling for his own good. He is said to have been involved in some high-profile bank heists, but was always the odd man out. As a result, he has not been seen for quite some time, though it is not known whether he is dead or alive. On the other hand, his family remains alive and well, and his legacy lives on.
Aside from his crimes against humanity, Mr Biggs is perhaps best known for his role in the iconic television show Mr. Big. Although he is no longer seen on screen, he has kept up his wits and feisty demeanor on the outside, and continues to network with the likes of Jay-Z and Aidan Shaw. Considering that he is the spitting image of his late uncle, it would seem that he has the right stuff to boot.
It is not clear how much he is worth. His net worth is rumored to be around $2 million, but he has no public records to go by. This is not to say that he is not rich, only that he has not been able to reap all of the benefits that his uncle enjoyed. Nonetheless, he is still making a decent living, and his newest gig, as Chief Financial Officer of Walmart Inc., is no exception.
In fact, he has been credited with being a major player in the history of the retail giant. Having worked in his uncle’s business for many years, he was able to learn a thing or two about what it takes to be successful in the business world. However, his luck ran out when his uncle passed away. Despite his best efforts, he is unlikely to ever get the opportunity to reclaim the family mantle. Fortunately, he has no regrets.