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Denise Eisenberg was born on 26 January 1944, in Worcester, Massachusetts USA, of part Austrian descent, and is a singer, songwriter, political fundraiser, philanthropist, and socialite, but best known for writing several hit songs. She’s worked with a lot of famous names and has also received three Grammy nominations. All of her endeavors have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Denise Rich? As of early-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $100 million, mostly earned through success in the music industry. All of these achievements ensured the position of her wealth.
Denise Rich Net Worth $100 million
Denise attended Bancroft School and matriculated in 1962. She then started focusing on her music career, and in 1984 earned popularity penning the lyrics of the Sister Sledge song “Frankie”. Her net worth started to increase, and she then began working for other artists; some of the names she’s worked with include Natalie Cole, Celine Dion, Patti LaBelle, Diana Ross, and Marc Anthony. She’s worked on various genres too, and has even written songs in other languages,including Italian, Spanish, and French. For her work, she’s been nominated for three Grammy Awards, and her latest nomination was for the song “Don’t Waste Your Time “. She also co-wrote the Mandy Moore hit song entitled “Candy” and also helped write songs for Miley Cyrus, all of which has helped raise her net worth.
Aside from her songwriting, she’s recorded several songs, mainly found in film soundtracks. Some of her songs are featured in “Meteor Man”, “Runaway Bride”, “Chicago”, “Kiss Me Guido”, and “Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar”. Her continued endeavors in music has helped increase his net worth.
For her personal life, it is known that Denise is in a relationship with property developer Peter Cervinka. In 1966, Denise married Marc Rich and they had three children. Their marriage lasted until 1996. In 2001, her ex-husband received pardon from President Bill Clinton after being indicted on tax evasion charges, amongst other;.tThe pardon proved controversial as it was revealed that Denise made contributions to the Democratic Party prior to the pardon. In 2011, Denise then renounced her US citizenship and became an Austrian citizen. Many believed that the move was to help her avoid paying taxes. In 2013, it was leaked that Denise had offshore assets including a 157 foot Yacht. Aside from this, one of Denise’s daughters died of leukemia which led to her founding the G&P Foundation for Cancer Research. She’s also become known for her other philanthropic work, donating large amounts of money to several causes. The foundation has awarded over $13 million worth in medical research awards. She also made a donation of $1 million for funding The Gery and Emil Eisenberg Assisted Living Residence construction; the facility is named after her parents and has 80 units. Other philanthropic works have included raising $200,000 for the T.J. Martell Foundation. She’s also part of the board of the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, which is part of the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. She’s also a board member of LIFEbeat (The Music Industry Fights AIDS).