Early Life and Education
Alec Gores was born in Nazareth, Israel, to a Greek father and Lebanese mother. He was raised in Flint, Michigan and attended Genesee High School in Genesee, MI. He then obtained a degree in computer science from Western Michigan University. He was raised in, and still practices, the Catholic faith.
He is the brother of similarly wealthy financier Tom Gores and Paradigm Talent Agency head Sam Gores as well as the father of Eric Gores.
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