Abdulfattah Jandali is a Syrian immigrant who settled down in the United States in the mid-1950s. He is best known as the biological father of ‘Apple’ co-founder, Steve Jobs. It is interesting to note that Steve Jobs met his biological father a couple of times, when the latter was working as a manager at a restaurant in Sacramento, but Jobs did not know that Jandali was his biological father. When Jobs was told about his biological father, he did not express any wish to meet him. Though not as successful as his biological son, Jandali went on to establish a successful career in his own right. After working as an assistant professor at ‘Michigan University’ and ‘Nevada University,’ Jandali operated a restaurant before becoming the Vice Chairman of ‘Boomtown Casino Hotel’ in Nevada.