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Steve Tisch is one of the investors featured in ABC's reality series "Shark Tank."

Steve Tisch is Chairman and Executive Vice President of the New York Giants and partner at Escape Artists Productions, an independent film production company. He is the only person with both an Academy Award and a Super Bowl ring. He won an Academy Award as a producer of "Forrest Gump," which won the Oscar for Best Picture in 1994. He has received two Super Bowl rings as Chairman of the Giants, who defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowls XLII and XLVI.

His television and feature film projects have consistently focused on the lives of everyday people and the vital impact they have on society. Tisch, who has generously contributed his time and resources to a variety of organizations, has long been a leader in the philanthropic sector.

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How old is Steve Tisch? Find out here.

Age: 67 years old
Birthday: February 14, 1949
Full Name / Real Name: Steven Elliot Tisch
Birthplace: Lakewood, NJ
Wife: Jamie Alexander Tisch

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