Jessica Alba’s Honest Company went public in 2021, it gave her a net worth of $100 million, per Celebrity Net Worth. But Alba’s husband, Cash Warren, is a successful film producer and entrepreneur in his own right. According to Money Inc, the father-of-three built a net worth of $50 million over the past 10 years through documentary-style film projects and business. Warren was nominated for an Emmy for the documentary “Bloods and Crips: Made in America.”
In addition to his film work, Warren co-founded the Pair of Thieves, a company that makes socks, underwear, and t-shirts. The clothing brand gives a portion of every sale to organizations that promote mental health and help unhoused teens and LGBTQ+ youth. Warren and two friends started Pair of Thieves in 2014. “All the dress socks for men were this really thin nylon dress sock that I always hated,” he told Net Suite. “I wanted a sock that was comfortable, but one that I could also dress up in for a nice occasion or to go to work.” The company is booming with products in Target.
Warren has focused on his career, but still puts his wife and family first. In 2019, he posted a photo with his wife on Instagram and wrote, “11 years and 3 kids later, we’re still learning, growing, giggling and loving … here’s to a lifetime of pushing each other to be the best versions of ourselves and catching each other when we fall.”