Guy Fisher Net Worth: $10 Thousand
Born in the Bronx, New York City in 1947. American convicted racketeer and businessman Guy Fisher, who was a member of the infamous African-American crime organization The Council, has an estimated net worth of $10 thousand. From 1972 to 1983, the organization took over the operation of the heroin trade in Harlem, New York. He was the first black man to own and ran the Apollo Theater in Harlem. In 1984, he was charged of multiple counts of RICO violations which included drug trafficking, murder, and ongoing criminal scheme. He was eventually found guilty and sentenced to life without parole. The prosecutor in charge of Fisher’s case was Rudolph Giuliani who became the mayor of New York City. Fisher is spending his life sentence at the United States Penitentiary in Tucson, Arizona. He earned a PhD in Sociology while in prison. He was the subject of the documentary The Guy Fisher Story as well as an episode of the BET television series American Gangster. His nephew Corey Fisher was the recipient of the 2009 “6th Man of the Year” award in the Big East.