Oscar Bilzerian Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

As the patriarch of novice poker player and financial mogul Adam Bilzerian and Dan Bilzerian, Oscar Bilzerian became the center of attention. Oscar’s spouse, Joan Bilzerian, passed away on July 11th, 2010, at the age of 81.

Determining Oscar Bilzerian’s net worth proves challenging due to a lack of information. However, his son Paul, an accomplished takeover specialist and investor, has amassed a substantial fortune. As of 2022, Paul’s net worth is an impressive $100 million.

Full Name: Oscar A. Bilzerian
Date of Birth: May 26, 1960
Marital Status: Married
Birthplace: Worcester, USA
Ethnicity: Mixed (Armenian-American)
Religion: Christianity
Profession: American civil servant
Nationality: American
Eye Color: Black
Hair Color: White
Spouse: Joan I. Bilzerian
Education: Graduated from Commerce High School in 1938 and the University of Miami in 1950
Children: 4

Oscar’s elder son, Dan, boasts a net worth exceeding $200 million, while his younger son Adam’s wealth is estimated to be around $100 million.

Oscar A. Bilzerian was born on May 26, 1960, in Worcester, Massachusetts, to Alexander Bilzerian and Lucy (Danielian) Bilzerian. He held mixed heritage (Armenian-American) and held American citizenship. Further details about his siblings are currently under investigation.

Oscar received his degrees from Commerce High School in 1938 and the University of Miami in 1950. A dedicated public servant, he served in the United States military during WWII, earning the Bronze Star and Purple Heart for combat operations in Belgium, France, and Germany.

Before retiring in 1986, he received the Belgian Croix de Guerre and worked for the US government as a specialist for Foreign Science Technology, covering France, Germany, and Charlottesville. Oscar was an avid golfer, bowler, and outdoorsman who enjoyed frequent travel with his wife.

Oscar Bilzerian passed away on April 22, 2004, at his home after a prolonged illness. Survived by his daughter Lois G. Marinen and a sister, Margaret L. Abajian, he also had nine grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. His funeral took place at the American Church of Our Savior on April 26th, and he was laid to rest at Trust Cemetery.

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