Peter Palandjian is an American businessman. He is the CEO of Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation. Prior to that, he was a professional tennis player. Peter Palandjian net worth is under review but what we know is that he is worth in millions.
Peter was born on February 12, 1964 in Boston, Massachusetts. He attended Phillips Academy Andover and then graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Harvard Business School. As an amateur tennis player, he played in NCAA championships both in singles and doubles.
After leaving college, he started his professional tennis career and won six ATP tour titles, all in doubles. Some of the famous players he defeated during that time are Jay Lapidus, Ricardo Acuna, Mark Dickson, Tony Mmoh, Martin Laurendeau, and Andrew Sznajder. Peter also competed in three Grand Slam events including French Open, Wimbledon and US Open.
Peter’s brother Paul was also a tennis player and the pair played a Grand Prix tournament together in 1989. However, he retired from his tennis career to start a new chapter as a businessman.
As a businessman, Peter first worked with Bain & Company as an Associate for two years. He was then an Assistant to the CRO of Staples. Since 1993, he has been the CEO of Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation, a company founded by his father Petros Palandjian.
Regarding his personal life, he is married to actress Eliza Dushku. Eliza is best known for her role in television series and movies like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Bring It On, Wrong Turn, True Lies and many more. Palandjian proposed to Eliza in mid 2017. She shared a photo of her happiness on Instagram. Peter currently lives in Massachusetts with his four children, Manon Palandjian, Petros Palandjian, Margot Palandjian and Madelon Palandjian.
Peter Palandjian Net Worth:
Although his exact net worth is unavailable at the moment, he is worth in millions. He earned career earnings of $30,728 during his time as tennis player but it is nothing compared to his business earnings. His real estate corporation is valued at more than $6 billion and in 2016, Boston Magazine named the Palandjians one of the most powerful Boston families.