American entrepreneur Adrienne Maloof (born September 4, 1961) is a co-owner of Maloof Companies,
which has a stake in the Sacramento Kings (NBA) and Vegas Golden Knights (NHL), as well as a number of other businesses, including the Maloof Music and Maloof Money Cup skating competitions.
Adrienne Maloof was born in Lebanon and raised in Ireland.
As a member of the Maloof family, she shares ownership of the Maloof Companies with her siblings, George J. Maloof Jr., Joe Maloof, Gavin Maloof, and Phil Maloof, and is the only daughter of George J. Maloof Sr., a wealthy entrepreneur.
On September 4, 1961, she was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where her father ran a Coors beer distributorship. She received a full tennis scholarship to the University of New Mexico, where she majored in political science and was a member of the sorority Pi Beta Phi.
Over the course of her tenure with the Maloof family’s liquor and wine business, her responsibilities expanded to include marketing for all Maloof companies. She has held this position for more than two decades.
The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, owned by George Jr. Maloof, is one of the Maloof Companies that she helps set customer service standards for. She has also produced a number of Maloof Productions movies, including the horror film Feast in 2005.
She appeared on Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for the first three seasons, alongside Kim and Kyle Richards, Camille Grammer, Lisa Vanderpump, Brandi Glanville, and Taylor Armstrong, as part of the network’s Real Housewives franchise.
Maloof announced her departure from the show on March 4, 2013, but she has appeared in the show’s fifth, sixth, eighth, and tenth seasons as a guest star.
Her Charles Jourdan-designed shoe collection, Adrienne Maloof by Charles Jourdan, was released in December 2011.
2022 Adrienne Maloof’s Estimated Net Worth
Her net worth is expected to reach $60 million by May 2022, according to current estimates. Her commercial ventures and film projects generate the majority of her revenue.
She has amassed considerable riches as a result of her entrepreneurial endeavors. Maloof Companies has a 2% stake in her. She raked in a cool $9.2 million from her stint on the hit reality show Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Private Sphere of Existence
As of May 2, 2002, she married facial plastic surgery specialist Paul Nassif, who is known for his expertise in nose jobs. Gavin (born in 2003) and Collin and Christian, the couple’s twins, complete the family (b. 2006). Los Angeles private enclave Beverly Park is where they lived.
On July 30, 2012, Nassif filed for divorce from her. The filings stated irreconcilable differences as the grounds for the divorce in Los Angeles Superior Court. Their divorce was finalized on November 8th, 2012.
According to Maloof’s Instagram post from January 22nd, 2013, she was in a committed relationship with Rod Stewart’s son, Sean Stewart. Christina Aguilera purchased Tom Gores’ Mulholland Estates home in 2013 after renting it from Maloof in 2012.
Life Style & Cars Collection
In the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles County, she owns a 14,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style home. She also owns a $13.4 million, 16,000-square-foot house.
She owns a large collection of high-end automobiles, including Bentleys, BMWs, Ferraris, and Bentleys.
Honors and Recognition
When it comes to women in business, she is a real example of a dynamic lady. “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” “Kardashian: The Man Who Saved OJ Simpson,” and “Miss Universe 2011″ are just a few of Maloof’s well-known productions. She has been able to immortalize her achievements in the annals of time.
Maloof produced the horror film Feast in 2005. Maloof Companies’ marketing efforts and other businesses have been under her direction for the past twenty years.
In addition, she is in charge of establishing and maintaining relationships with customers on behalf of the business. She has become an integral part of her family’s development.