CANADIAN businessman Robert Herjavec is an investor in the ABC show Shark Tank.

Herjavex is one of six "sharks" on the show that hear pitches from entrepreneurs for a business or product opportunity they wish to develop.

Who is Shark Tank investor Robert Herjavec?

Herjavec, 58, is the founder of BRAK Systems, a Canadian integrator of internet security software.

He sold the company to AT&T Canada in 2000 for $30.2million.

Three years later, he founded the Herjavec Group, which is one of the largest information technology and computer security companies in Canada.

Herjavec has been featured on reality TV series such as CBC's Dragons' Den and Shark Tank.

He is often referred to as the kindhearted panelist who at times tries to soften the impact of rejection for the entrepreneurs.

Herjavec received the 2012 Ernst & Young, Ontario Entrepreneur of the Year Award, Technology, and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal by Governor General of Canada – in 2012 for Outstanding Service to Canada.

What is Robert Herjavec’s net worth?

The Canadian businessman has an estimated $200million net worth, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

How much has Herjavec invested in Shark Tank?

According to Sharkalytics, Herjavec has invested over $16million on Shark Tank.

Herjavec has struck 57 deals across 126 episodes, his biggest investment was $5million for 50 percent of the Zero Pollution Motors company.

Zero Pollution Motors is an eco-friendly car that runs on compressed air, which was pitched in a 2015 episode of Shark Tank.

Zero Pollution Motors said it needed the $5million investment to set up an assembly plant in Hawaii to produce the city car capable of traveling up to 50mph with an 80 mile range.

They said it takes four minutes to fill up the air tank, and would only cost car buyers $10,000 for driving the cleanest car on US roads.

How can I watch Shark Tank?

Shark Tank airs live Fridays at 8pm on ABC.

Past episodes are available to stream on ABC.com or on Hulu.

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