For those of you that watch Shark Tank, you know that with the new Season 8, producers have begun sharing the profiles of each shark. Viewers get to see just how these individuals with hundreds of millions of dollars to their names got their start, from the parents that raised them to the moment they struck gold. Mark Cuban, for example, appeared to have it pretty rough in his early twenties. Living on Ramen noodles in an apartment with several roommates, he had humble beginnings. He had a business idea, though, that he would later cash in for millions of dollars, leading him to the life he now lives as owner of the Dallas Mavericks and arguably the most successful investor on Shark Tank.