What is Tosca Musk’s net worth? Elon Musk’s sister has an impressive net worth from her profession as a filmmaker.
Tosca Musk is a South African Canadian-American filmmaker. She is an executive producer and director of feature films, television programs, and web content. Her work includes K. Bromberg’s Driven, Rachel van Dyken’s Matchmaker’s Playbook, and her web series, Tiki Bar TV.
Elon Musk is the second richest person on the planet thanks to the success of his car company Tesla, among many other businesses.
But what about his sister Tosca? Here’s everything we know about her.
Who is Elon Musk’s sister Tosca?
Tosca Musk, the sister of Elon, is a producer and director.
The 47-year-old produced the web series Tiki Bar TV between 2005 and 2009, a pioneering video podcast that helped launch the genre.
When promoting the iPod in 2005, late Apple chief Steve Jobs showcased the show to an audience as an example of a video podcast.
She co-founded Passionflix in 2017, an online streaming service that focuses on releasing film adaptations of best-selling romantic novels.
Her other brother Kimbal has invested in the service.
Speaking to the Times about Passionflix in 2019, she said: “I’ve always been a big fan of romance novels.
“I want to make films from a female perspective, with happy or hopeful endings. Many stories these days are so negative; the situations are so dark.
“Women want to see something that makes them feel good.”
What is Tosca Musk’s net worth?
Tosca has a net worth of $170 million (£154 million) according to The Sun UK. Idol Net Worth also pegs Tosca’s fortune at over $20 billion. According to Saving Advice, Tosca’s net worth in 2018 was $169.4 million – around £121m.
Remarkably, this is just a fraction of Elon’s net worth – believed to be $146 BILLION (£143bn).
And Passionflix investor Kimbal is believed to be worth $500m (£358m).
Is Tosca Musk married?
Tosca Musk isn’t married but does have two children.
Twins Grayson and Isabeau, 8, were born after she enlisted the help of a sperm donor.
Speaking to the Times about her decision in 2019, she said: “I didn’t want to compromise by settling down with a man that I wasn’t entirely comfortable with.
“So I decided to have children on my own. I’m a strong advocate of women having what they want. I guess that’s being a feminist, a modern woman.”