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Egill Einarsson is an Icelandic entrepreneur and investor. He is the founder and CEO of the Icelandic venture capital firm, Northstack. He is also the founder of the Icelandic startup accelerator, Startup Reykjavik. Egill was born in Reykjavik, Iceland, on 13 May 1980. He attended the University of Iceland, where he earned a degree in business administration. Egill has been involved in the Icelandic startup scene since the early 2000s. He has invested in a number of Icelandic startups, including the online travel agency, TripX. He has also been involved in the development of the Icelandic startup accelerator, Startup Reykjavik. Egill is a passionate advocate for the Icelandic startup scene. He has been featured in numerous publications, including Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times. As of 2021, Egill Einarsson's net worth is estimated to be roughly $20 million.
|43 years old
|13 May, 1980
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After the break-up of the band, Egill Einarsson has continued as a solo disc jockey. His 2014 single "Louder" had gained great popularity in Iceland and in European night venues.
Egill operates the distant fitness training program and has been an advocate of fitness and a healthy lifestyle. He has written self-help lifestyle books and hosted the TV show Mannasiðir Gillz on Stöð 2 in 2011, which was the most popular show among the channel's subscribers.
In November 2011 he criticized the book Bang Iceland by American pickup artist Roosh Vörek, calling it "as wrong as possible".
Merzedes Club was put by composer and producer Barði Jóhannson in a bid to represent Iceland in the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest. The band Merzedes Club took part with the song "Ho, Ho, Ho, We say Hey, Hey, Hey" coming runner-up to eventual winner "This Is My Life" by Eurobandið. A series of singles followed in 2008 notably with "Meira frelsi" which was adopted as a signature tune for publicity campaign for Síminn, (previously named Landssíminn), an Icelandic telecommunications company. The song created controversy with some alleging great similarities in the music video to that of "Now You're Gone" from Basshunter. Other Merzedes Club hits included "I Wanna Touch You", "See Me Now" and "Basscop". The band released their album I Wanna Touch You after which it broke up.
Egill first became known as a blogger on the now defunct website kallarnir.is in the mid-2000s. Later he wrote columns for the newspaper DV and the magazine Bleikt og blátt, and hosted a radio show on the Icelandic KissFM radio station. His popularity increased as the host of his own TV show Kallarnir, and the author of the lifestyle book Beautiful People's Bible.
Egill "Gillz" Einarsson (born 13 May 1980) is an Icelandic television personality, radio show host, fitness coach, motivational speaker, DJ and singer. As a musician, he was part of the dance act Merzedes Club in 2008 where he was known as Gillz and Gillzenegger. After the break-up he has continued as a disc jockey known as DJ MuscleBoy.