It's no secret that Mark Zuckerberg will become an even richer man when Facebook shares begin trading. And you don't have to look too hard to see his top lieutenants will do quite well, also.
But the Facebook gravy train is a long one — and some of the people who will benefit from the initial public offeringare ones you might not expect.
David Choe is certainly the most unlikely. A graffiti artist who spray-painted the first Facebook office in 2005, he opted to be paid in stock instead of taking $60,000 in cash. An odd decision at the time, given that the company had only recently incorporated and was then limited to college and high-school students. But it's one that will pay off soon.