Eddie Nash Net Worth 2020, Early Life, Body, and Career Updates

Eddie Nash Net Worth 2020, Early Life, Body, and Career Updates.

Eddie Nash Net Worth 2020: Eddie Nash estimated Net Worth, Early Life, Body Measurement, Achievement, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been provided on this page. Take your time and discover everything about Eddie Nash.

Eddie Nash Net Worth

Eddie Nash was a Palestinian-born restaurateur, nightclubs owner, drug dealer, as well as a convicted gangster. He is widely popular as the alleged mastermind of the Wonderland Murders.

Early Life and Family

Nash was born Adel Gharib Nasrallah in British Palestine.[2] His family was Orthodox Christian Palestinians from the city of Ramallah, just outside Jerusalem. Before the creation of Israel in 1948, Nash’s family-owned 48 hotels. He later told a friend he spent time in a refugee camp and fled the country after Israel Defense Forces soldiers gunned down his brother-in-law. In the early 1950s, Nash emigrated to the United States with only $7.[3] He briefly found work as an actor and stuntman and was an expert horseman. In 1952, he appeared in a small role as a character named “Nash” in an episode of the Western series The Cisco Kid.

In the 1960s, Nash opened a hot dog stand called Beef’s Chuck on Hollywood Boulevard.[3] By the 1970s, Nash owned several nightclubs and restaurants in Los Angeles, such as the P.J.’s club (shortly afterward renamed Starwood) in West Hollywood, the Soul’d Out club in Hollywood, the Odyssey disco,[4] the Paradise Ballroom, the Seven Seas, Ali Baba’s, and The Kit Kat strip club. Nash’s clubs attracted diverse groups, as he operated clubs marketed towards gays, straights, teenagers, African Americans, and other target audiences.[5]

Biography

Born
Adel Gharib Nasrallah

April 3, 1929

Ramallah, British Palestine
DiedAugust 9, 2014 (aged 85)

Los Angeles, California, USA
Resting placeHoly Cross Cemetery
OccupationNightclub owner, restaurateur, drug dealer
Children2[1]

Career

He owned teen dance clubs, nightclubs, and strip clubs like Kit Kat club, The Odyssey, and The Starwood. During that decade, Los Angeles police averaged twenty-five drug busts a month at the Starwood.

One search of the club turned up a cardboard box with 4,000 counterfeit Quaaludes. A sign on the box, written in blue marker, said, For Distribution at Box Office.

Nash himself spent a reported $1 million per year on drugs for six years. That’s the equivalent of spending $4.5 million per year today, or $12.3K per day on drugs, for six years. Nash had millions, but that’s one very expensive habit.

Eddie Nash Net Worth

As per Celebrity Net Worth, Nash held an estimated worth over $30 million at the height of his career (which happens to be around $133 million after adjusted inflation as of 2020).

Nash held thirty-six liquor licenses and owned real estate and other assets worth over $30 million (roughly $133 million today).

He owned teen dance clubs, nightclubs, and strip clubs like Kit Kat club, The Odyssey, and The Starwood. During that decade, Los Angeles police averaged twenty-five drug busts a month at the Starwood.

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