Lauren Conrad Net Worth: Fun facts, Salary, House, Wiki, Age, height, biography

Lauren Conrad Net Worth:$40 Million

Net Worth:$40 Million
Date of Birth:Feb 1, 1986 (36 years old)
Height:5 ft 6 in (1.69 m)
Profession:TV Personality, Author, Fashion designer, Voice Actor
Nationality:United States of America
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Lauren Conrad is an American fashion designer, television personality and author .In September 2004, as an 18-year-old, Conrad came to prominence after being cast in the reality television series Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County, which documented her and her friends’ lives in their hometown of Laguna Beach, California.

Lauren Conrad Net Worth 2022:

 Lauren Conrad has a net worth of $40 million. She is best known for starring in the MTV reality television series “Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County” and the spin-off series “The Hills.”

Conrad moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the fashion industry. She received her own spin-off series The Hills and starred in five of its six seasons from 2006 to 2009.

During its production, she also attended the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising and worked for Teen Vogue and Kelly Cutrone’s public relations firm People’s Revolution.

Conrad later founded the fashion lines LC Lauren Conrad and Paper Crown, and co-founded the fair trade online store The Little Market. She has published nine books, including L.A. Candy and The Fame Game trilogies.

Lauren Conrad Business Ventures: 

Conrad launched her first fashion collection, The Lauren Conrad Collection, at LA Fashion Week in March of 2008. She ended it after only one year, due to poor sales figures. She then teamed up with American retailer Kohl’s in the fall of 2009 to create the fashion line LC by Lauren Conrad, available in stores nationwide.

Her Kohl’s line includes items like bedding, jewelry, shoes, dresses, jeans and more.

She also founded the fashion line Paper Crown, is the co-founder of the fair trade online store The Little Market, and launched The Beauty Department in partnership with her hairstylist Kristin Ess and her makeup artist Amy Nadine.

Conrad’s brand endorsements include online social networking community College Tonight and “mark,” a subdivision of Avon aimed at young women.

Conrad published her first novel, “L.A. Candy,” in June 2009, which made it onto The New York Times bestseller list. It was subsequently followed by sequels “Sweet Little Lies” and “Sugar and Spice,” both in 2010.

The series was inspired by her life, and follows a woman named Jane Roberts who moves to Los Angeles. Conrad has also authored the books “Lauren Conrad Style” (2010), “The Fame Game” (2012), “Lauren Conrad Beauty” (2012), “Starstruck” (2012), “Infamous” (2013) and “Lauren Conrad Celebrate” (2016). As of this writing she has penned nine books.

Lauren Conrad Salary:

At the peak of her career, Conrad earned $125,000 per episode of The Hills. That was enough to make her the highest paid reality star in the world at the time.

During its production, Conrad was the highest-paid cast member on The Hills, earning an annual salary of $2.5 million. In 2008, her endeavors earned her an additional $1.5 million. In 2010, Conrad was named the second highest-paid reality television personality, ranking behind Kim Kardashian

Lauren Conrad House: 

In addition to being an entrepreneur, Conrad is also something of a real estate mogul. In 2015 Conrad and Tell spent $4.4 million to acquire a 5-bedroom, 5,800 square foot house in the Pacific Palisades area of Los Angeles. They sold the house in 2017 for a shade under $5 million.

In 2016 she sold a duplex condo in Beverly Hills for $2.8 million. Conrad owns include a home in Brentwood which she bought in 2013 for $3.6 million.

Back in her hometown of Laguna Beach, she owns two homes on the same street. One home she bought for $2 million in 2009. The other Laguna Beach home sits on a bluff with unobstructed ocean views. She bought that house for $8.5 million in 2014.

Lauren Conrad Wiki:

BornLauren Katherine Conrad
February 1, 1986 (age 36)
Laguna Beach, California, U.S.
Alma materFashion Institute of Design & Merchandising
Academy of Art University
OccupationTelevision personalityfashion designerauthor
Years active2004–present
TelevisionLaguna Beach: The Real Orange CountyThe Hills
Spouse(s)William Tell ​(m. 2014)​

Lauren Katherine Conrad was born in Laguna Beach, California on February 1, 1986. She has two younger siblings, Breanna and Brandon. Breanna is also a reality television personality. She attended Laguna Beach High School.

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Conrad first expressed an interest in a career in the fashion industry when she was in the sixth grade. Her father added that Conrad “wasn’t a great student and wasn’t that interested” during her childhood, although noted that “we figured out along the way that she was an artist and her real love was fashion.

Television Career: 

Along with fellow Laguna Beach High School students Lo Bosworth, Kristin Cavallari and Stephen Colletti, was cast on the MTV reality television series “Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County” in 2004.

The show documented their lives during high school, with the first season putting special focus on the love triangle between Conrad, Cavallari and Colletti. After her high school graduation, Conrad attended the Academy of Art University in San Francisco for one semester, where she met Heidi Montag, then transferred to the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles.

After appearing on Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County, Conrad was among the first individuals to benefit from the popularity of reality television in the early to mid-2000s. ‘

In 2009, Thomas Rogers from Salon described her as “one of the dullest major characters in reality television history”, but opined that her normalcy compared to her co-stars on The Hills made her “vaguely likable”.An editor from People stated that Conrad “became a full-blown TV phenom” during its third season, which notably introduced the conflict with Montag and Pratt, in addition to controversy regarding scripting allegation

Conrad left “Laguna Beach” after the second season, and production began on a spin-off series “The Hills” in 2006. The new series documented the lives of Conrad, her housemate Montag, and their friends Audrina Patridge and Whitney Port. Conrad left the series halfway through the fifth season, and was replaced by former “Laguna Beach” castmate Kristin Cavallari

Her other television credits include appearances on episodes of “Family Guy,” “Greek,” and as a guest judge on reality show “America’s Next Top Model.” She also played a satirical version of herself in the 2007 comedy film “Epic Movie.”

Conrad has been featured on the covers of several magazine’s best-selling issues, including those of People StyleWatch and Cosmopolitan.

She appeared on the May 2012 issue of Glamour, which sold approximately 500,000 copies and became the magazine’s strongest-selling issue of the year,and was featured on the covers of the second highest-selling issues of Lucky and Marie Claire in 2013.

Lauren Sherman from Fashionista credited Conrad’s success to “her knack for entrepreneurship, her easy style, and her friendliness”.

Jim Higgins from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel complimented her pursuit of several different career endeavors, and compared her to a “young Martha Stewart”. However, in August 2012, Conrad was criticized for destroying a collection of A Series of Unfortunate Events novels for a crafting tutorial posted to YouTube.

Lauren Conrad Husband, childrens: 

Conrad began dating William Tell, law student and former Something Corporate guitarist, in February 2012. They married in September 2014, and have two sons together.

They have two sons: Liam James (born on July 5, 2017) and Charlie Wolf (born on October 8, 2019

Conrad had previously been romantically linked to television co-stars Stephen Colletti and Brody Jenner, and also dated actor Kyle Howard between 2008 and 2011.

Having been reported to be a registered member of the Republican Party.Conrad has stated that she has “done several things to … encourage people to vote”, and respects the private ballot and “[doesn’t] want to ever influence someone’s vote or have vote change someone’s opinion of “.

] Conrad collaborated with Seventeen magazine to film a public service announcement for Declare Yourself, a campaign which encouraged young adults to register themselves to vote during the 2008 presidential election.

She has additionally expressed her support for same-sex marriage, and on one occasion left a Mexican restaurant after learning of its disapproval of same-sex marriage.