Libertarian legend

Heir to a plastic cup fortune, Kenneth Dart owns a 10% stake in British American Tobacco and large amounts of real estate in the Cayman Islands.

I particularly liked this on his Wikipedia page:

In 1994, Dart became a citizen of Belize. At that time Dart offered his residence in Sarasota, Florida, to the government of Belize as a consulate with himself as its consul. This would have allowed him to live in the United States full-time as a foreign diplomat avoiding any actions by the Internal Revenue Service; the State Department rejected the arrangement. The Reed Amendment of 1996, a tightening of U.S. tax laws concerning expatriates, was partially spurred by the Dart brothers’ renunciation of their citizenship to avoid paying taxes.