American actress, dancer, model and reality television star Camille Grammer has a net worth of $50 million. This is everything that you need to know about her, including her marriage and her family life, her appearances in The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and her career as an actress and dancer.
Background And Education
Camille grew up in Newport Beach, California, on 2nd September 1968. She attended Montclair State College in New Jersey, where she studied English Literature. She also attended the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television in LA and New York University.
Her Career As An Actress and Dancer
She has worked an array of acting and dancing jobs, including dancing on Club MTV in the eighties and modelling for Playboy’s spin-off magazine Playboy’s Book of Lingerie in the nineties. She featured in Howard Stern’s biopic film Private Parts, guest-starred on Frasier as the character of Eve, and appeared as herself in both an episode of 90210 and $#*! My Dad Says. She starred in R-Rated films, including Marilyn Chambers Bedtime Stories and The Naked Detective. She also appeared in some music videos, including Back to the Grill Again by MC Search and Give It All You Got by Rights of the Accused.
She met her former husband, actor Kelsey Grammer, on a blind date. She was with him for 14 years from 1997 to 2011, and she had two children with him, her daughter Mason Olivia and her son Jude Gordon. She worked for their company Grammnet Productions as a TV producer and writer, and she is still listed as a co-owner of the business. She received a large proportion of her current income from the divorce settlement. This is reported to total half of her ex-husband’s assets, a whopping $30 million. She is currently married to attorney David C. Meyer, and she is the stepmother to his two sons from his previous marriage.
The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills
She was one of the original stars of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills when the show first launched in 2010, and her role on the show is probably what she is best known for. However, after Season 2, she opted to only make semi-regular guest appearances on the show moving forward because she didn’t want to expose as much of her private life anymore. In Season 9 she was named a “friend of” the Housewives and did confessionals for the series. Information about her personal salary has never been released to the public, but it is reported that The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills were paid $100,000 per episode in 2011. Current regular stars of the show all receive a sum of six figures per season, and even some guest stars such as Marlo Hampton are also receiving payments of six figures.
Where Does She Live?
She originally lived in a $3.2 million Malibu house until it burned down in the Woolsey wildfires, which happened in Southern California. Since then, she has remained in Malibu, but she has moved to a 1,200-square-foot double-wide trailer home. She originally purchased this for her parents, but she now lives there with her husband.