Bethenny Frankel net worth
Current Net Worth – $80 Million (USD – 8 Crores), (Rupees – 615 Crores)
Bethenny Frankel short biography
|Net Worth||$80 Million|
|Born||November 4, 1970 (Age – 51)|
|Identified as||American Television Personality, Entrepreneur, Author|
|Status||Amazing Television Personality|
|Education||Boston University, New York University (BA)|
|Residence||New York, New York State|
|Partner||Paul Bernon (2018–present; engaged)|
|Spousal status||Divorced (Peter Sussman M. 1996; Div. 1997), (Jason Hoppy M. 2010; Div. 2021)|
Bethenny Frankel has a net worth of $80 Million (Rupees – 615 Crores), is an American Television Personality, Entrepreneur, Author, known for her amazing personality on television.
Bethenny Frankel is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and author from the United States.
She was a cast member of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New York City, appearing in eight of the show’s thirteen seasons from its debut in 2008.
In 2005, she came in second place on the NBC reality competition series The Apprentice: Martha Stewart.
She has now gone on to star in her own shows, including the Bravo spin-offs Bethenny Ever After (2010–2012) and Bethenny & Fredrik (2018), as well as the FOX daytime talk program Bethenny (2013–2014) and the HBO Max reality competition series The Big Shot with Bethenny (2021).
Frankel is the originator of the Skinnygirl lifestyle brand and BStrong disaster relief effort, in addition to her work on reality television. In addition, she is the author of four self-help books.
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Bethenny Frankel biography
|Full Name||Bethenny Frankel|
|Birthplace||New York City, U.S.|
|Height||5,6 feet, 170 cm|
|Father||Robert J. Frankel|
Bethenny Frankel was born on November 4, 1970, in New York City, U.S.
Frankel is the only child of horse trainer Robert J. Frankel and interior designer Bernadette Birk.
Her father was a devout Jew, while her mother was a devout Roman Catholic of Welsh ancestry.
Frankel’s father abandoned her mother when she was four years old.
Her mother married horse trainer John Parisella, an Italian Catholic when she was five years old. Frankel recalls a tumultuous upbringing.
Frankel claims that her mother “was usually drinking” and that she and her stepfather frequently fought violently.
Before coming to boarding school, Frankel claimed she moved a lot and went to a lot of different schools.
Bethenny Frankel social media handles:
My daughter spent the entire day working in her art room sweating to do art pieces & jewelry to raise $ for 🇺🇦….I’m so moved…. 🥰
— Bethenny Frankel (@Bethenny) March 7, 2022
Frankel was up in a Catholic household and graduated from Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in 1988, where she resided on campus.
She went to the Natural Gourmet Institute in New York City, Boston University for two years, and New York University for her bachelor’s degree in psychology and communications.
Frankel went to Los Angeles in 1992 with the intention of becoming an actor. She worked as a nanny for Paris Hilton as a personal assistant for Jerry and Linda Bruckheimer while pursuing tiny acting opportunities.
In 2003, Frankel launched “BethennyBakes,” a baking company specializing in “healthy” cookies and meal delivery in New York City, which was featured on Martha Stewart’s reality show The Apprentice: Martha Stewart in 2005.
On The Apprentice: Martha Stewart, Frankel was one of two finalists. Frankel remained a spokeswoman for Pepperidge Farms’ low-calorie line when the firm, BethennyBakes, went out of business in 2006.
Frankel began starring in the Bravo reality show The Real Housewives of New York City in 2008, which aired in March.
In June 2010, Frankel participated in the Bravo reality series Bethenny Getting Married? (later renamed Bethenny Ever After), which followed her engagement, marriage, and the birth of her daughter with Jason Hoppy. With 2.1 million viewers, the series debut became Bravo’s highest-rated one at the time.
Following the third season of The Real Housewives of New York City, Frankel announced her departure in September 2010. She competed in the reality competition series Skating with the Stars in November and placed second.
In June 2011, Frankel recorded the pilot for a future talk show.
In September 2013, Bethenny began airing a syndicated daytime talk program with the same name. After one season, it was discontinued in February 2014.
Frankel returned to the cast of The Real Housewives of New York City for the seventh season, which began in April 2015.
Frankel struck an agreement with MGM Television and its chairman, Mark Burnett, to produce and appear in future unscripted television projects, according to Deadline Hollywood in March 2019.
Frankel stated in June 2021 that she no longer had an agreement with MGM Television.
In 2021, Frankel featured in The Big Shot with Bethenny, an HBO Max reality competition series that she co-produced with Burnett. “Aspiring business moguls battle for a place on Frankel’s executive team” is the premise of the show.
Bethenny Frankel some shows
|2005||The Apprentice: Martha Stewart|
|2016||Beat Bobby Flay|
|2021||The Big Shot with Bethenny|
Bethenny Frankel income model
|Monthly Income||0.5 Million+ (Rupees – 3 Crore+)|
|Yearly Income||6 Million+ (Rupees – 46 Crore+)|
Private & early life
Bethenny Frankel married Peter Sussman in 1996 and divorced in 1997.
Then again she married Jason Hoppy in 2010 and divorced in 2021.
She partnered with Paul Bernon in 2018 and is still with him.