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Peter Thiel
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Entrepreneur
    (October 11, 1967- )
    Born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany
    German-born American entrepreneur, hedge fund manager, libertarian and venture capitalist
    Co-founded PayPal with Elon Musk and Max Levchin
    President of Clarium Capital
    Managing partner for The Founders Fund
    Served on the Board of Governors for social networking website Facebook
    He turned down a deal to purchase Martha Stewart's duplex in Manhattan in 2004.
    He helped executive produce the 2006 film 'Thank You for Smoking.'
    He drew a sharp rebuttal from then-Stanford Provost Condoleezza Rice for his 1995 novel 'The Diversity Myth: 'Multiculturalism' and the Politics of Intolerance at Stanford.'
    He allegedly helped produce college studentJames O'Keefe's 'Taxpayers Clearing House' which was a documentary film about the Wall Street bailout from a satirical point of view.
    He endorsed former EBay chairman Meg Whitman during her run for governor of California in 2010.
    During an interview on news program 'Nightline,' he said he was paying college students to droput out of college because he believed that the state of the American economy made it unstable for one to attend school and that the future highly depends on 'entrepreneurship.'
    He was a US-rated Chess Master and one of the highest ranked under-21 players in the country.
    He clerked for Judge J.L. Edmondson of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
    He made a $500,000 angel investment in Facebook for 10.2% of the company.
    He helped numerous online startups such as Facebook and PayPal become profitable in the later years.
    He is an ardent supporter of gay rights and publicly opposed California's Proposition 8.
    He occasionally serves as a contributor and commentator for CNBC.
    He is a supporter of the Committee to Protect Journalists, which promotes the right of journalists to report the news freely without fear of reprisal.
    He was portrayed by Wallace Langham in the Oscar-winning film ''he Social Network (2010).'

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