Facebook IPO: Zuckerberg, Others Set To Get Rich Off Of Social Network's Debut (PHOTOS)

Who's getting rich off Facebook?

Everyday investors are clamoring to buy a piece of the company, valued at $100 billion, when it debuts on the NASDAQ on Friday with the ticker symbol FB. Indeed so many orders have been placed that brokerage firms have closed the window for more, according to Reuters.

Over 420 million shares are expected to go up for sale priced somewhere between $34 and $38 per share.

However, the big money has already been staked out. Facebook's founders and early investors own huge amounts of stock.

When the company goes public, some will hold on to their stock; others will walk away with cash after selling shares at the IPO. Founder Mark Zuckerberg will sell some and hold some.

Here are some of the major players:

They Are Making Money From The Facebook IPO