Born as Scott Samuel Braun has an estimated net worth of $40 million. Growing up, Braun was a busy student at Greenwich High School and he busied himself creating a documentary film. He entered the video which had a ten-minute piece titled The Hungarian Conflict for the National History Day contest. The aforementioned video was based on the Holocaust. His documentary won in regional and also state competition and then ranked third place overall. One of his family members sent the same film to Steven Spielberg’s office, which, in turn, sent the film to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Upon receiving this news, Braun stated that Spielberg’s response was one of the most inspirational moments in his life. Braun’s career started through organizing parties as he studied in Atlanta. His parties caught the attention of celebrities such as Ludacris and even Britney Spears. Eventually, he was hired to plan after-parties on the Anger Management Tour which featured rappers Eminem and Ludacris. His big break came when Jermaine Dupri of So So Def took him and gave him a marketing position. As a sophomore, he was able to go for larger events such as 2003 NBA All-Star Game party and also the after-parties on Spears’ Onyx Hotel Tour. After a few years, Braun left So So Def and started doing his own private venture. Braun opened up two record labels: School Boy Records. and Raymond-Braun Media Group (RBMG), RBMG is co-owned with r&b singer Usher. In 2008 Braun discovered Justin Bieber, became his manager, and quickly helped the Canadian star explode into being arguably the most famous entertainer in the world. With the success of clients Justin Bieber and Asher Roth, Scooter Braun has earned his role as one of the music industry’s most promising young executives. He now works primarily as a talent manager and runs his own record label, Schoolboy Records. He is also the co-founder of Raymond-Braun Media Group with recording artist, Usher Raymond.