Every year, Forbes releases its "30 Under 30," picking 30 people under 30 years old who are making waves in 20 big industries.
So it's actually 600 people, not 30, but the name is catchy.
Below are the biggest names from the 2017 list released Tuesday, plus some you might not know but should.
The four-time Olympic gold-medal winning gymnast needs no introduction.
A member of the Super Bowl XL-winning Denver Broncos, Miller is the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history with a $114.5 million contract.
The reality star made seven figures last year just on her lip gloss. Among the Kardashian family, only Kim earns more, by Forbes' count.
In addition to starring in "The Legend of Tarzan" and "Suicide Squad," she owns a production company, LuckyChap Entertainment.
You may not recognize his name, but he owns a booming e-sports empire in Team SoloMid. It's the best North American team at the most popular game in the world, League of Legends. And he has a growing presence in other e-sports at a time when investors are throwing big money at the industry.
Don't know the name? You know her apps. She co-founded Tinder and the more recent Bumble, pictured above.
WATCH | He's the founding editor of Polygon, a video game news site. He also hosts comedy podcasts, most famously the advice show "My Brother, My Brother & Me," and makes hilarious YouTube gaming videos like "Touch the Skyrim," above.
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