Steve Bing

Businessman and Filmmaker
Born Mar 31, 1965

Stephen Leo "Steve" Bing is an American heir, businessman, film producer, and donor to progressive causes. He is the founder of the Shangri-La business group, an organization with interests in property, construction, entertainment, and music.

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1965 Birth Born on March 31, 1965.


Around 2001, he was involved in two separate paternity cases involving actress Elizabeth Hurley and former tennis player Lisa Bonder and their babies.
2002 37 Years Old According to excerpts of recorded calls, Pellicano bragged to Kerkorian's lawyer in April and May 2002 that he was "working for" and "consulting for" Bing in matters related to Elizabeth Hurley and her son's disputed paternity, which was then in the news.
2004 39 Years Old …  Other beneficiaries include the California Democratic Party ($640,172); Gov. Gray Davis ($675,000); and San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, whose campaign received $750 in 2004. … Read More


2008 43 Years Old A lawyer for Bing, Martin Singer, called Pellicano's statement regarding Hurley "an absolute lie." (The Daily Mail reportedly paid a "substantial" settlement to Bing in 2003 after Pellicano's sworn statement that he had "never been engaged by Mr. Bing nor his attorney Mr. Martin Singer to investigate anyone on Mr. Bing's behalf, including Ms. Hurley.") Following two trials in 2008 in which Bing did not testify, Pellicano was convicted of 78 counts of wiretapping, racketeering, wire fraud, and conspiracy. … Read More
2012 47 Years Old In April 2012, Bing committed to join the Giving Pledge, set up by Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, to donate the majority of his wealth to charity over the course of his life time.
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