Not everyone in showbiz is a rags-to-riches story. Some of them go from riches to EVEN MORE RICHES. Here are eight of those cases . . .
"Lone Ranger" star Armie Hammer: His great-grandfather on his dad's side is an oil tycoon, which allowed his father to start several successful businesses that the family still owns, including a publishing house and a film and TV production company.
Adam Levine: His father Fred Levine founded and still runs the upscale clothing company M. Fredric.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus: Her great-grandfather founded the Louis Dreyfus Group, a massive commodities and shipping conglomerate. Today, Julia's father is a billionaire.
Rashida Jones: This one's a no-brainer. Her dad is legendary music producer Quincy Jones and her mother is actress Peggy Lipton, best known for the '70s TV series "The Mod Squad".
Lana Del Rey: Her father Robert Grant was a copywriter for the Grey Group, a global advertising and marketing firm. He went on to make a fortune in both real estate and in buying up and re-selling Internet domain names back in the '90s.
(He seems to be one of the first people who saw the value in doing that. It's a pretty interesting story, which you can read about here.)
Anderson Cooper: His family fortune stems from his great-grandfather Cornelius Vanderbilt, a shipping and railroad tycoon. His mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, is a world famous fashion designer.
Ariana Grande: Her mother is the CEO of a communications firm and her dad is a graphic designer.
Taylor Swift: Her father is a financial adviser for Merrill Lynch, and comes from a long line of investment bankers.