Cornelio Braun Wikipedia, Age, Parents - Scooter Braun's Brother

Cornelio Braun Wikipedia, Age, Parents - Scooter Braun's Brother

Cornelio Braun has been in the public eye for quite some time now, with his rise to fame coming from his success as a brother of Scooter Braun. His brother's fame also makes him a celebrity status has made him a household name and has led to a surge in searches for more information about him.


People are curious to know about his age, parents, and net worth, and this article seeks to provide them with all the necessary information.

Cornelio Braun Wikipedia, Bio and Age

Cornelio Braun was born in New York City to Conservative Jewish parents, Ervin and Susan (née Schlussel) Braun. Ervin's parents lived in Hungary until 1956, when they immigrated to the United States.

After the couple married, they settled in Cos Cob, Connecticut. Ervin grew up in Queens, and became a dentist and high-school basketball coach; Susan Schlussel Braun was an orthodontist.


He has four siblings. He attended Greenwich High School with his brother.  He also attended Emory University in Atlanta where he played college basketball until his sophomore year.

After Jermaine Dupri asked him to become the head of marketing at his label, So So Def, Braun dropped out of college before completing his degree.

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Cornelio Braun Net Worth

Cornelio Braun's net worth is estimated to be $0.5 million.


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Who is Cornelio Braun's brother Scooter Braun?

Scooter Braun's brother, Cornelio started his organizing parties while studying at Emory University. He was hired to plan after-parties in each of the five cities on the Anger Management Tour, in 2002.

He started his own marketing business by brokering a $12 million campaign deal between Ludacris and Pontiac. He established SB Projects, an entertainment and marketing company encompassing a range of ventures including Schoolboy Records, in 2007. He was named Variety magazine's "Music Mogul of the Year", in 2021.

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