Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Not Just Rich . . . Loaded!

Updated on April 19, 2016

Rich, Richer, Richest

The women on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are by far the richest in the Bravo dynasty. At this point, the only other Housewife who can rival them for net worth is ex-Real Housewife of New York, Bethany Frankel. These ladies are definitely living the dream!

How Rich Are They?

Net Worth
How Did She Get It?
Adrienne Maloof
$300 million
Billionaire father's business holdings
Lisa Vanderpump
$65 million ($150 million with husband)
Chain of high-end restaurants
Camille Grammar
$50 million
Divorce settlement from Kelsey Grammar
Kyle Richards
$20 million ($120 million with husband)
Married luxury real estate broker
Dana Wilkey
$12 million
Owns event planning business
Brandi Glanville
$4.7 million
Divorce settlement from Eddie Cibrian
Kim Richards
$2 million
Acting career (Witch Mountain!)
Taylor Armstrong
Chief Creative Director
Adrienne Maloof, the richest of all the housewives in the Brava series, with a net worth of $300 million.
Adrienne Maloof, the richest of all the housewives in the Brava series, with a net worth of $300 million. | Source

Adrienne Maloof: Net Worth $300 million

Adrienne is the richest of any of the housewives on any of the Real Housewives shows. She is the daughter of a billionaire (her father made his money as a Coors beer distributor). Some of her family's holdings include the Sacramento Kings, the Sacramento Monarchs, Maloof Productions, Maloof Music, and the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas.

Adrienne is currently divorcing her husband of nine years, cosmetic surgeon Paul Nassif (whose personal net worth is $14 million).

Lisa Vanderpump, a former actress and restaurateur, has a net worth of $65 million and $100 million including her husband's fortune.
Lisa Vanderpump, a former actress and restaurateur, has a net worth of $65 million and $100 million including her husband's fortune. | Source

Lisa Vanderpump: Net Worth $65 million (With Husband $150 million)

Who doesn't love a Brit with a quirky sense of humor? Lisa is charming and we admire her even more because she is a successful businesswoman.

Lisa started off as an actress, appearing on Baywatch Nights and Silk Stalkings. When she was 21, she married restaurateur Ken Todd and together they opened 26 successful restaurants in London.

Now they live in the U.S. and own two celebrity hang-outs: Villa Blanca in Beverly Hills and Sur in West Hollywood. Lisa designed and decorated all of their restaurants and homes. She is also an amazing cook. If anyone knows how to entertain, she does. Thanks, Lisa, for writing to help the rest of us host a party in style.

Camille Grammar: Net Worth $50 million

Even though Camille only contributes to the show part-time, she still holds our interest. Her greatest claim to fame was her marriage to Kelsey Grammar, the star of popular, long-running sitcoms Cheers and Frasier. Their subsequent divorce, without a pre-nup, left her with quite a fortune: $50 million! Before she met Kelsey (who is worth $120 million), Camille was an actress and dancer. During their marriage she worked as a writer and producer for their company, Grammnet Productions. Now, it seems, she is content to raise her children and be a Real Housewife.

Kyle Richards is worth $20 million on her own, but $120 million with her luxury real estate broker husband's money included.
Kyle Richards is worth $20 million on her own, but $120 million with her luxury real estate broker husband's money included. | Source

Kyle Richards: Net Worth $20 million (With Husband $120 million)

Kyle has quite the life: enormous house, handsome husband, healthy children, and lots of money. What she also has is a big personality, which probably came in handy as a child when she was a TV and movie actress. Today she is not only known as a Real Housewife, but also as the aunt to Paris and Nicky Hilton. (Kyle is their mother's sister.)

Her financial situation sky-rocketed when she married luxury real estate broker Mauricio Umansky. He is worth $100 million.

Dana Wilkey: Net Worth $12 million

Camille said on the show, "Anyone who really has money doesn't ever talk about it." Apparently, Dana (officially a friend, not a cast member) missed that memo. She talks about her money and what things cost constantly. It may be gauche, but it's certainly interesting to watch. $25,000 sunglasses, anyone?

Dana lived a modest life with her mother until she was a teenager. Her mother died in a car accident and Dana went to live with her very rich father. She has always had a drive to succeed and is a successful business woman in her own right. She founded an agency that does product placement for the entertainment industry and also works as a celebrity party planner. Her specialty is elaborate events, like the infamous $60,000 tea party for Taylor's four-year-old daughter's birthday.

Dana recently broke off her engagement to her son's father. Sorry, Bravo. No castle wedding this year.

Brandi Glanville: Net Worth $4.7 million

This season Brandi officially upgraded her status from a friend to the housewives to official cast member.

Brandi spent 17 years as a model, appearing in Glamour and Cosmopolitan. She also modeled for Giorgio Armani, Chanel, and Gucci. Her marriage to actor Eddie Cibrian launched her into the public eye. Then, when the pair divorced (not amicably), Brandi came away with a nice chunk of change. Sources say she is writing a tell-all book about her divorce. Oh my, nothing like a woman scorned.

Kim Richards: Net Worth $2 million

Children of the 1970s: Raise your hand if you remember Disney's Witch Mountain. That child star was Kim Richards! Kim continued her acting career into adulthood, only taking a break to raise her four children. Kyle and Kim are sisters, which also makes her an aunt to Paris and Nicky Hilton. Quite a successful family.

Taylor Armstrong has a net worth of $100,000 and volunteers for a family crisis center.
Taylor Armstrong has a net worth of $100,000 and volunteers for a family crisis center. | Source

Taylor Armstrong: Net Worth $100,000

Taylor was born in Oklahoma and worked as a pharmaceutical representative for Pfizer before her marriage to investment banker and venture capitalist Russell Armstrong. Russell fell upon hard financial times and, sadly, committed suicide. Taylor has been very open about abuse that occurred in the marriage. She currently serves as Chief Creative Director of and volunteers for the 1736 Family Crisis Center.

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        Betsy Ward 

        2 years ago

        Do like Kyle Kim.but not big lips Lisa R.She needs to GO. Don't like Ericka Jane.

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        Jennifer Martin 

        3 years ago

        My guilty pleasure, watching RHOBH and RHOC!

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        Cresta obrien 

        4 years ago

        Good luck to them their lives their money and they do a lot for charity, I like the Debrows!

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        4 years ago

        Eileen. BORING.

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        4 years ago

        just hope next year Lisa (big lips) and Eileen are eliminated from the show ;

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        4 years ago

        Kim did NOT make her money from acting. She gets permanent alimony from her ex husband. This woman doesn't know what work is and bemoans her fate. Jealous of what other people have.

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        Joe Williams-Nelson 

        5 years ago from Missouri

        How can you say "by far the richest" when there are some richer housewives on other franchises whose net worth is higher than some of these ladies?

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        5 years ago

        Kim Richards entire networth 2:million? :that's not that much money when one takes into account that the median home price in Sydney and other big cities is Is one million on average

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        Ana Maria Orantes 

        5 years ago from Miami Florida

        I like your hub. I like the real housewives of beverly hills. They work immensely to get where they are. I am happy for all of them. I sincerely tell you. I hope they enjoy every moment. When they were all the little things, and big things that we women and men like. I said men . Because some men like women who wear accessories and have a lot of material things. I hope they love what they do. Thank you for writing about them. They are beautiful. You are beautiful too.

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        7 years ago

        Amazing lens. Inspiring even.

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        7 years ago

        Great lens!

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        7 years ago

        I have to confess..I like watching RHOBH!


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