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Meet the Top 5 Angel Investors of 2013 (Infographic) These 'super angels' were active investors this year, funding a diverse cast of promising startups.

By Laura Entis

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It's been a very busy year for 2013's top five angel investors.

According to data compiled by equity crowdfunding platform Fundable and entrepreneurship advocate Empact, these heavyweights have made more than 165 individual investments this year alone; if you span their entire careers that number skyrockets to 732.

Their backgrounds and interests may be diverse and far reaching (they've had their hands in everything from mobile marketing to space travel), but these "super angels" share a keen ability to identify potential in startups.

Related: What Angel Investors Want Now

All five have helped seed some of the most successful enterprises of the last decade and have been a major force in the development of Silicon Valley. Famous investments include: Google, Twitter, Square, Foursquare, Pinterest, Airbnb, Shopify, WePay, Bit.ly, Evernote, and Flickr.

For more information on this year's top five angel investors, check out the infographic below.

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Meet the Top 5 Angel Investors of 2013 (Infographic)

Laura Entis is a reporter for Fortune.com's Venture section.

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