15-Year-Old Who Became Youngest Person to Appear on 'Shark Tank' is Now 24

Moziah Bridges

Meet Moziah "Mo" Bridges, an African American fashion designer from Memphis, Tennessee who appeared on Shark Tank and secured an investment deal when he was just 15 years old. To date, he holds the record as the youngest person to ever do so. 

Born in 2001, Mo says that he was fascinated with fashion from a young age and started making bow ties for himself and his family when he was just nine years old. His bow ties quickly gained attention, and he started selling them online through his business, Mo's Bows.

In 2014, Mo auditioned for the television show Shark Tank, which gives entrepreneurs the opportunity to pitch their business ideas to a panel of investors. Mo impressed the panel with his confidence, talent, and passion, and he was offered a $50,000 investment deal from Daymond John, a successful fashion entrepreneur.

Since his appearance on the show, Mo's business has continued to grow, and he has become a successful fashion designer with his own line of bow ties, pocket squares, and other accessories. He’s appeared on The Steve Harvey Show, The Today Show, Good Morning America, 20/20, and the Disney Channel. Even more, his brand was also been featured in O: The Oprah Magazine.

Now, he is 24 years old and is still in business. He also uses his success to give back to his community, partnering with organizations to provide job training and support to young people in Memphis.

Mo's incredible talent and entrepreneurial spirit have made him a role model for young people everywhere, showing that age and background should never limit anyone's dreams or ambitions.