Fictional Billionaires

These fictional characters have been named among the wealthiest by Forbes magazine. Based on the clues, guess who they are.
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Last updated: September 6, 2018
First submittedSeptember 23, 2013
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Clue
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The richest duck in Duckburg
Scrooge McDuck
Gotham City's richest resident
Bruce Wayne
Billionaire playboy who designed a weaponized body suit
Tony Stark
She redeems children's teeth for cash
The Tooth Fairy
Dragon of the Lonely Mountain
Smaug
Lived at Xanadu but longed for his childhood sled
Charles Foster Kane
Wealthy cartoon child with a robot maid
Richie Rich
"50 Shades" billionaire
Christian Grey
Has all the gold in Casterly Rock
Tywin Lannister
Owner of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant
C. Montgomery Burns
Fat gangster slug who controls the Kessel Spice Trade in the Outer Rim
Jabba the Hutt
Wall Street tycoon who thinks "greed is good"
Gordon Gekko
Bond villain who, already the richest man in Britain, wants to rob Fort Knox
Auric Goldfinger
Parlayed his shrimp money into Apple stock
Forrest Gump
Sexy video game archaeologist
Lara Croft
1920s bootlegger of West Egg, New York
Jay Gatsby
Oddball chocolate company owner
Willy Wonka
This pure-blood wizard has a son named Draco who is spoiled rotten
Lucius Malfoy
The richest and most evil man in Metropolis
Lex Luthor
This jolly old elf has the logistics capacity to deliver over a billion
packages in a single night
Santa Claus
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Level 77
Nov 20, 2013
How sad is it that more people know the guy from 50 shades than Jay Gatsby...
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Level 52
Nov 20, 2013
I'm really ashamed about knowing Christian Grey. (Although, if it helps, I knew Gatsby too.)
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Level 78
Sep 6, 2018
To be fair, when the clue contains "50 shades" and accepts "Grey", you merely have to have heard of the title to get it. Recognising Gatsby from his clue requires a bit more knowledge.
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Level 81
Sep 15, 2018
^^ That
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Level 56
Nov 19, 2018
And many people might forget that he was from West Egg.
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Level 82
Nov 19, 2018
I've heard of it but had no idea that Grey was the character's last name
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Level 67
Nov 19, 2018
I wish I didn't know the Gatsby clue. That would mean I had never been forced to read the book.
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Level 67
Feb 19, 2016
Do we actually know that the tooth fairy is a billionaire? I suppose you would have to be to pay for all those teeth, but I somehow assumed it was like magic or something, rather than her having a really big bank account.
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Level 63
Mar 28, 2017
I giggled at that one. What's her income? Are teeth worth more than she gives and does she resell them? Lol.
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Level 72
Sep 6, 2018
Teeth are the primary construction material in fairyland. They are ground up and reformed into walls and roofs for the fairies to live and work in. The material is strong and people get rid of them for cheap. Tooth fairies are nothing more than glorified junkers. I thought this was all common knowledge.
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Level 79
Nov 19, 2018
No, no, no, the tooth fairy didn't have a feather to fly with until a leprechaun saw her across a sun dappled, rippling brook and fell head over heels in love with her. He was so smitten that he indulges her whim by financially backing her nightly forays into children's bedrooms. His pot of gold from the end of the rainbow never runs out, but he is getting grumpy about inflation. A tooth used to be worth a quarter, now some kids are expecting five or ten dollars. Who can say how much longer his largesse will last?
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Level 71
Sep 6, 2018
Santa is an elf...?
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Level 81
Sep 6, 2018
Clement Moore said so:

"He was chubby and plump, a right jolly old elf,

And I laughed when I saw him, in spite of myself."

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Level 69
Sep 8, 2018
Yeah, that was news to me too.
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Level 83
Sep 6, 2018
hehe, had never considered the wealth of the tooth fairy but it makes sense :)
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Level 82
Sep 10, 2018
rosebud...
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Level 81
Sep 15, 2018
....was actually the pet name for Hearst's girlfriend's....
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Level 73
Sep 14, 2018
It's been a long time for me, but I remember the bootlegger background being more of a suggestion/accusation than anything concrete in the novel. Is my memory clouded?
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Level 80
Nov 19, 2018
Got everything except the Game of Thrones character
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Level 56
Nov 19, 2018
I also missed Richie Rich, I'm too young I guess.
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Level 66
Mar 29, 2020
Not really. Netflix produced a show on him a couple of years back.
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Level 56
Nov 19, 2018
Goldfinger did not want to rob Fort Knox he wanted to fill it with nuclear radiation so that there would be a smaller supply of gold so that his gold would be worth more.
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Level 73
Nov 19, 2018
That's the movie. In the book it was an elaborate heist, including using trains to carry the gold out of town. But his wealth came from smuggling gold.
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Level 53
Nov 19, 2018
In my opinion Santa Claus or the Fairy Teeth are not rich.

They only deal with magic. Santa Claus has no money for his présents...

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Level 79
Nov 19, 2018
I heard a conspiracy theory that he actually gets a kickback from Walmart and Amazon. Makes sense to me.
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Level 67
Nov 19, 2018
I guess Elroy Jetson must not be a billionaire. He was the only cartoon boy with a robot maid I could think of.
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Level 68
Nov 19, 2018
I bet Mordeth has more money in Shadar Logoth than most people in this quiz
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Level 58
Nov 19, 2018
Quite difficult for a non native English speaker to guess the Tooth Fairy answer. In France we call it "la petite souris", so it's not a fairy but a "little mouse"... tried all sorts of things about mice until I figured it should be something other in English...
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Level 78
Nov 20, 2018
Tywin Lannister borrowed all his money from The Iron Bank of Braavos. Besides that some people in this list were rich but never mentioned to be billionaires (i.e. Lara Croft, Gordon Gecko)
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Level 80
Nov 24, 2018
What about Donald Trump? Prior to enriching himself and his family greatly at the expense of the country during his time in the White House, he was a billionaire on paper but in reality most likely broke or nearly broke. And before becoming a reality TV star on a show where he played a fake business man, he was most famous for writing a book that he didn't write and lying his way on to the Forbes 400. That counts as a fictional billionaire, right?
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Level 66
Mar 29, 2020
I mean he was a billionaire in the Simpsons, so that has to count for something.
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Level 50
Dec 16, 2018
Shouldn’t James Gatz for Jay Gatsby work
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Level 22
Sep 13, 2019
He changed his names to Jay Gatsby before he became a billionaire
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Level 73
Dec 14, 2019
I actually racked my brains about the movie Metropolis for a while, in which the city of the same name is ruled by a pretty evil and ridiculously rich guy called Joh Fredersen.
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Level 66
Jul 3, 2020
You should accept father christmas as an answer