Thomas Anderson is an American technology entrepreneur and co-founder of the social networking site Myspace, founded in 2003 with Chris DeWolfe. Later, he served as president of Myspace and a strategic advisor to the company. Anderson is commonly known as "Tom from Myspace" and "Myspace Tom" because he will automatically be considered the first "friend" of new Myspace users when creating their profile.
|Born||Thomas Anderson, November 08, 1970, San Diego, California, U.S.|
|Education||University of California, Berkeley, UCLA|
|Known for||Co-founder of Myspace|
|Net worth||US$ 100 million (April 2006)|
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Co-founder of MySpace who gave the world the first popular social network in 2003.
His hacking exploits prompted an FBI raid, but young Tom was spared because he was a minor.
He had approximately 100 million MySpace friends at the height of his popularity and sold his site to News Corporation for $580 million.
He was born in San Diego, California; he inherited his entrepreneurial spirit from his father.
His site was eventually eclipsed in popularity by Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook.
- My space
- Alumni of UCLA Film School
- The founders of an American technology company
- American Internet celebrities
- Los Angeles businessman
- American computer businessman
Latest information about Tom Anderson updated on June 19 2021.