Ellen DeGeneres -- actress/comedian
That's right -- Ellen and Biebs are de facto business partners.
Kevin Spacey -- actor
Investments: Madefire, Frame.io, Wonder
Spacey is a newbie of sorts when it comes to Silicon Valley, backing three different companies just this year, including Wonder, about which very little is known other than it has something to do with virtual reality.
Drake -- rapper/actor
Aubrey Graham's betting big on Madefire, a digital comics app that's also branching out into augmented- and virtual-reality gaming.
Steph Curry -- athlete
The NBA star's put his money on a startup dedicated to helping athletes and stars better manage their "brands" via social media.
Snoop Dogg -- musician
Investments: GameOn, Philz Coffee, Reddit, Robinhood
Snoop's various investments include GameOn, an app for sports fans, and a California-based coffee chain that shares his affinity for unusual names.
Tyra Banks -- model/talk-show host/reality-TV star
Investments: Locket, Videogram, The Muse, The Hunt
Among the several companies this former supermodel has backed is Locket, an Android-specific app that originally allowed brands to broadcast ads on a phone's lock screen, and would pay users a few cents any time they unlocked their phones.