Two Super Bowls & An Oscar Afford Steve Tisch A Massive Home (Photos)
New York Giants chairman and executive vice president Steve Tisch is the only man in the world to possess both a Super Bowl ring and an Academy Award. One week shy of turning 63-years-old, the son of late hotel proprietor and Loews Corporation owner Bob Tisch, has once again successfully climbed his way to the top of the NFL mountain, after the Giants' 21-17 victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI.
Steve Tisch's second NFL championship is the latest addition to a résumé that also includes an Oscar for serving as a producer on the 1994 megahit Forrest Gump.
The Tisch family purchased their stake in the Football Giants in 1991. Since the passing of Bob Tisch in 2005, Steve has worked at the top of the New York front office, while also continuing his high level involvement with Escape Artists, a production company based on the lot of Sony Pictures in Culver City, California.
In addition to the Tom Hanks classic, Tisch's list of production credits include Risky Business, American History X, Snatch, The Taking of Pelham 123, The Pursuit of Happiness and A Knight's Tale.
Escape Artists is a production company that came to be after the merging of the Steve Tisch Company and Black and Blu Entertainment in 2001. Escape Artists recently extended its relationship with Sony through 2015.
Generational wealth, a 50 percent share of an NFL franchise worth an estimated $1.2 billion and an incredibly successful run in Hollywood, has allowed Tisch to live a very extravagant life.
Tisch's main residence is a seven-acre property, located a few minutes north of Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills, California. The 10,000-square-foot home boasts of many features including five-bedrooms, a screening room and a pool house that also doubles as guest quarters.
This Architectural Digest pictorial from last year provides a detailed tour of the mansion's layout and interior design.
The house was constructed in 1932.
The centrally located home sits one mile north of Beverly Hills' central business district, one mile west of the Sunset Strip, eight miles east of downtown Santa Monica and the Pacific Ocean and six miles north of the Sony Pictures lot in Culver City.
Steve Tisch, the man who seemingly has everything, will now have to create some additional space to display a second Vince Lombardi Trophy, in a home that already showcases two other iconic symbols of achievement.
What an enviable chore Tisch has ahead of him. Somehow, we think he will be able to make do.