Dan Marino Suddenly $14 Million Lighter in His Pocket

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Michael Garcia - September 13, 2012

I doubt Dan is smiling right now. It seems Marino was an investor in Digital Domain, the company that was behind effects in movies like Titanic and also created that Tupac hologram that performed at the Coachella Music Festival. Well, Digital Domain just went under, filing for bankruptcy protection.

Marino held a little more than 1.5 million shares before the company went public, and his shares were worth nearly $14 million before the bottom fell out. His shares are now worth about $850,000 but it's unlikely he'll ever see any of that money.

Hopefully he's still getting residuals from Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.

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