Lisa Vanderpump has a net worth of $65 million. She is a British reality TV star, actress, author and businesswoman born in London on 15th September 1960.
Lisa Vanderpump Net Worth: TV and Entertainment
Lisa had a passion for acting since she was a child, at 9 she was already a full-time drama student. She appeared in various TV programs for children and also had minor role in movies. Some of her early movies include her debut, “A Touch of Class” (1973), “Killer’s Moon” and TV series “Silk Stalkings” and “Baywatch Nights” which she last appeared in 1995. Before venturing into reality TV shows, Lisa has appeared in a handful of music videos including Lady Gaga‘s G.U.Y video in 2014.
In recent times, Lisa is most known as a cast member on TV show Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for which she receives a fat paycheck of $500,000 per episode. She has also built her net worth from VanderPump Rules a spin-off of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills which focuses on her restaurants in West Hollywood called SUR. She has also appeared in the 16th season of Dancing With the Stars.
Lisa Vanderpump Net Worth: Restaurants And Others
Lisa and husband Ken Todd who also makes frequent appearances on The Real Housewives own more than 26 restaurants, clubs and bars in London and Los Angeles. They are the owners of Villa Blanca, a famous celebrity hot spot. In 1998, they sold 4 of their bars to the Trocadero group for £10.5 million. One of her most unique restaurants is PUMP. It is a garden restaurant with olive trees that are speculated to be over a hundred years old.
Designing And Brand
Amazingly, Lisa is also a designer, she has designed many things including all of her restaurants, bars, and clubs. She also designs most of her clothing, home interiors as well as yachts. She has even created a line of home ware called The Vanderpump Beverly Hills Collection.
She collaborated with Ryan Haber to design shoes which were made in Italy and retailed at $902.10 a piece. She also designs a range of jewelry which she sells via evine.com. A pet lover, especially dogs, Lisa also designs a line of products called Vanderpump pets which includes pet accessories like collar leashes, apparel, strollers brushes and more. She was an active protester against the Chinese Yulin festival, where dogs are burned alive then eaten.
Together with Dr. Simon Ourian, she helped create skin care line at Epione Cosmetic Laser Center.
Lisa writes and edits for “Beverly Hills Lifestyle Magazine” where she has a weekly column. She also penned a book “Simply Divine: A Guide to Easy, Elegant, and Affordable Entertaining.”
Lisa is known for her lavish lifestyle. She owns a Bentley Continental and a Bentley Azure. She lives in a $10.2 million house on Montecito, California with her husband. She recently sold their Beverly Park Mansion for $19 million. Lisa has two children with her husband; daughter, Pandora and adopted son, Max. She also acts as the step-mother to he husband’s son Warren Todd who is a property developer and lives in London.
Lisa and husband Todd describe themselves as philanthropists. Together they support various causes like Alzheimer’s disease via the Keep Memory Alive foundation.