Forbes lists richest 400 in U.S. — and only 4 live in N.J.

New Jersey may be a great place to live, but it apparently is not the residence of choice for the richest people in the country.

Only four of the 400 people on the Forbes list of the richest people in the country live in New Jersey. At least by the definition Forbes used.

We get it, there are plenty of people who have made their fortune here — and perhaps still do — but live elsewhere. Folks such as Donald Newhouse, whose family owns New Jersey Advance Media, among many other things. He lives in New York. He is No. 40.

The list is headed by Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Warren Buffett and Larry Ellison. Zuckerberg, by the way, is one of 12 people on the list who are under 40.

Here’s where you can check out the complete list.

With that, a look at the four residents Forbes lists from New Jersey.

No. 95: John Overdeck

  • Worth: $6.5 billion
  • Age: 50
  • Self-made score: 8
  • Philanthropy score: 2
  • Lives: North Jersey

Overdeck is the co-founder and co-chairman of Two Sigma Investments, a quantitative trading powerhouse with $60 billion under management, Forbes writes. A math prodigy, he has given $195 million to his charitable foundation, Forbes said.

No. 115: Rocco Commisso

  • Worth: $5.5 billion
  • Age: 70
  • Self-made score: 10
  • Philanthropy score: 1
  • Lives: North Jersey

Commisso is the founder and CEO of Mediacom, a cable company based in Chester, New York. He immigrated to the U.S. from Italy in 1962 at age 12 and earned a scholarship to Columbia University.

No. 278: Peter Kellogg

  • Worth: $3 billion
  • Age: 78
  • Self-made score: 4
  • Philanthropy score: 3
  • Lives: North Jersey

Kellogg sold brokerage house Spear, Leeds & Kellogg to Goldman Sachs for $6.5 billion in cash and stock in 2000. He has donated more than $4 million to the U.S. ski and snowboarding teams.

No. 278 Sheldon Lavin

  • Worth: $3 billion
  • Age: 88
  • Self-made score: 6
  • Philanthropy score: Not listed
  • Lives: Central Jersey

Lavin owns OSI Group, a global meat processor that started out as the hamburger supplier to McDonald’s. OSI now has 65 plants in 17 countries on five continents.