Arianna Huffington Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Arianna Huffington is a well known writer and journalist. She is mostly known for her own website “The Huffington Post”, in which she publishes the news. Arianna has also written many popular books, and is the president of The Huffington Post Media Group”.
Arianna Huffington Net Worth $35 Million
So how rich is Arianna Huffington? It has been estimated that Arianna’s net worth is $35 million, the main source of which is the success of her books and articles. There is a high chance that Arianna Huffington’s net worth will become higher.
Arianna Stasinopoulou, better known as Arianna Huffington, was born in 1950, in Greece. When Arianna was 16 years old, she moved to the United Kingdom. Later Huffington had an opportunity to meet Bernard Levin, who helped her to start writing books. They were in love, but never married as Levin did not want a family. This led her to move to New York. In 1973 Arianna wrote her first book, entitled “The Female Woman”. Later she began writing articles for “National Review”. What is more, Arianna has written such biographies as “Maria Callas – The Woman Behind the Legend” and “Picasso: creator and Destroyer”. This was the time when Arianna Huffington’s net worth began to grow quickly.
Arianna’s latest books are: “Third World America: How Our Politicians Are Abandoning the Middle Class and Betraying the American Dream” and “Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well- Being, Wisdom, and Wonder”. In 1998 Arianna was a part of the radio show called “Left, Right & Center”, and now she is working on the radio program entitled “Both Sides Now with Huffington & Matalin”. This is also adding to Arianna’s net worth.
In addition to her career as a writer and journalist, Huffington has also appeared in such television shows as “How I Met Your Mother”, “The L Word”, “Roseanne” and others. These appearances also made Huffington’s net worth grow. She has also worked on such shows as “Any Questions?”, “Face the Music” and “Call My Bluff”.
To mention her personal life, she is married to Michael Huffington, who is a well known politician.
Despite the success that Huffington achieved, she has been accused of plagiarism. It was claimed that she copied some material when she was writing “Maria Callas”. Lydia Gasman again accused her of stealing information from her research when she was writing Picasso’s biography. Nothing was actually proven, and despite these small dramas Arianna has been able to gain acclaim and respect with her works.
Finally, one should admit that Huffington is a really intelligent and hardworking woman who has succeeded in many spheres of the media. Her works discuss what is important for society and she also reveals the problems of our world. This is e xactly the main reason for Arianna Huffington’s high net worth. Undoubtedly, her net worth will also grow in the future as she still continues her career as a journalist and a writer.
Release of her book, "The Fourth Instinct: The Call of the Soul". 
Release of her book, "How to Overthrow the Government". 
Release of her book, "Greetings From the Lincoln Bedroom". 
Release of her book, "Picasso: Creator and Destroyer". 
Lives in Los Angeles with her two daughters. 
Release of her book, "Fanatics and Fools: The Game Plan for Winning Back America". 
Release of her book, "Maria Callas: The Woman Behind the Legend". 
Release of her book, "On Being Fearless...in Love, Work and Life". 
Release of her book, "Pigs at the Trough: How Corporate Greed and Political Corruption Are Undermining America". 
Release of her book, "Right is Wrong: How the Lunatic Fringe Hijacked America, Shredded the Constitution and Made Us All Less Safe". 
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 38, a daughter Christina Sophia Huffington on May 1, 1989. Child's father is her ex-husband, Michael Huffington.
Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 40, a daughter Isabella Diana Huffington on May 15, 1991. Child's father is her ex-husband, Michael Huffington.
Co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post.
Graduate of Cambridge University.
Initially opposed the California recall effort, but once enough signatures were collected to force a recall election, she jumped into the fray of candidates vying for Gov. Gray Davis's job as Governor of California. When she realized that she had no chance of winning, she dropped out of the race and once again opposed the recall effort.
On 25 September 2003, filed papers with the State of California to launch the "Clean Elections Initiative." Assuming enough signatures are received, it would appear on the ballot in 2004 and if passed by voters would provide for public funding of statewide election campaigns. Maine and Arizona already have so called "clean money" campaigns with much success.
Finished fifth among the replacement candidates in the election to recall California Governor Gray Davis, despite the fact that she dropped out of the race a week before the election.
Candidate for Governor of California 
Naturalized U.S. citizen.
We need to accept that we won't always make the right decisions - understanding that failure is not the opposite of success, it's part of success.
[on Kai-Fu Lee, Chinese technology innovator] His embrace of of social media lifted him from executive to icon of online freedom. In February (2013) Lee was banned from his Chinese social-media accounts after he criticized the government, in part for it's online censorship. How did he respond? By inviting his thirty million followers to follow him on Twitter. So Lee's story turns out to be a universal story - of striving for freedom (online and off), of the power of technology to circumvent the status quo, and of an individual's potential to create new opportunities that benefit not only himself and his community but the wider world.
My principal complaint [against California Governor Gray Davis] is that he is somebody who's brought a tremendous amount of ingenuity, creativity and passion to fund-raising, but not to governing.
[Regarding her political transformation] "When I was a Republican, Saddam Hussein was our ally, George Bush owned a mediocre baseball team, Enron was a respected energy company and Michael Jackson was still black."