You don’t have to live in a desert to live a life of luxury.
A few steps away from a sea of green lawns and palm trees, you’ll find the epicenter of the American dream: Los Angeles.
But it’s not all sunny skies and blue-collar workers.
It’s also home to some of the country’s most prominent families.
The most influential American families in the world have come together in the city’s Westwood neighborhood, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The Westwood enclave includes some of Hollywood’s most affluent families.
Its affluent neighbors include the Walt Disney Co., Paramount Pictures, Fox, 20th Century Fox and Walt Disney Imagineering.
Many of these families also live in the exclusive Beverly Hills enclave, where the most famous Beverly Hills neighborhood has been named “The World’s Most Beautiful Place” by Vanity Fair.
Here are the top 10 wealthiest families in America.
Walt Disney: $2.9 billion (Source: Forbes) The Walt Disney Company has been around since 1955.
Its holdings include the Disney empire, Pixar, and many of the popular Pixar animated films.
In recent years, the Walt family has been a leading player in Hollywood, working closely with Warner Bros. and Disney.
But the family has also been at the center of a number of controversies over the years.
Among the issues are the company’s treatment of Asian laborers, its controversial use of child labor and its business practices with the National Labor Relations Board.
As a result of the Disney controversies, the company paid millions of dollars to former Disney executive Jeffrey Katzenberg, who was recently fired.
The Walt family: $1.9 trillion (Source, The New York Times) Disney is a leading entertainment company, with over 70 film and television productions and a huge library of movies.
Its animated film “Beauty and the Beast” has become the highest grossing animated film ever.
Disney also owns NBCUniversal, the parent company of NBC and NBCSN.
It owns ABC and Walt, who owns Disney Channel.
The family owns more than 1,400 restaurants in the United States, including several Walt Disney World Resort locations.
The Disney family also owns the Walt and Jean-Claude Van Damme films.
The Van Dammes have two children, Walt Jr. and Jean.
The Warner Bros./Chiat/MGM Co. empire: $7.4 trillion (source: Business Insider) The Warner Brothers family has long been one of Hollywood.
Its films include “Batman,” “The Dark Knight,” “Gravity,” “Fantastic Four,” “Hercules,” “Sherlock Holmes,” “Twilight” and “The Mummy.”
It also has produced some of today’s most popular TV shows.
The empire includes Warner Bros., MGM, The Walt and Dick Clark Productions, the MGM Studios and Warner Bros Television.
The brothers also own the Warner Music Group, Warner Home Entertainment, and Warner Music.
Walt and Walt’s heirs: $5.9 quadrillion (Source) The family of Walt Disney owns several billion dollars worth of real estate in Los Angeles, the Hollywood Hills and elsewhere.
Its main asset is the Disneyland Resort, which has become a global attraction, and the Walt’s Islands.
Other assets include the Anaheim theme park, Disneyland Hotel and SeaWorld.
The elder Walt is the majority owner of Walt’s eponymous animation studio, while his sister, Anne, is a major shareholder in Pixar.
The siblings also own many other properties.
The Howard Hughes Corp.: $3.3 trillion ( Source: Bloomberg) The world’s largest airline has an estimated $4 trillion in assets, making it one of the world’s biggest private companies.
It is also one of America’s biggest banks, holding $2 trillion in total assets.
The Hughes Corp. is the company that is responsible for a number new technologies, including jetliners, the internet and the first personal computer.
In 2012, the Hughes Corp., along with the Hughes Aircraft Company, was the subject of a class-action lawsuit alleging its actions damaged the Hughes brand and harmed customers.
The Kresge family: ~$2.4 quadrillions (Source): The Kresses are one of Los Angeles’ most well-known families.
Founded in 1903, the family owns two of the citys largest businesses, Kresges, Inc. and Kresger’s, Inc., which together provide a vast array of services, including real estate brokerage and construction.
The couple is also known for their involvement in fashion, particularly the Kresgie Collection, which encompasses clothing, accessories, home decor and other goods.
The majority of the family’s assets are held by its subsidiary, K-Mart Stores Inc., whose headquarters is located in the same building as Kresgs store.
The company has also contributed millions of annual revenue to local government.