Leeza Kim Gibbons was born on 26th March 1957, in Hartsville, South Carolina USA. She is a talk show host who rose to the prominence as one of the hosts of the television show “Entertainment Tonight” (1984 – 1995). Leeza Gibbons has been accumulating her net worth as a broadcaster since 1976.
So how rich is Leeza Gibbons? Over a period of more than 40 years, Gibbons’ net worth has reached the sum of $20 million, making her one of the multi-millionaires of the entertainment industry.
Leeza Gibbons Net Worth $20 Million
To give some background facts, the girl and her two siblings were raised in Irmo, South Carolina, a suburb of Columbia. Her mother, Jean Gibbons, worked as a state superintendent of education whereas her father, Carlos Gibbons, ran his own antique shop. She graduated from the University of South Carolina’s school of journalism and mass communication, which later certainly assisted her in gaining employment, which became a significant source of Leeza Gibbons’ net worth.
Leeza began her career as a co-host of the television series “PM Magazine” (1976 – 1980). Then, she gained recognition while hosting “Entertainment Tonight” (1984 – 1995) and co-hosted the syndicated daytime talk show “Leeza” (1993 – 2000). The television presenter continued her career hosting the talk show “Extra” (2000 – 2003). Despite hosting various shows on television, she has also taken part in several competitions broadcast on television. In 2007, she participated in “Dancing with the Stars”, but was the third one to be eliminated. In 2015, she took part in another reality competition, “Celebrity Apprentice”, and won this show, in the process raising $714,000 for her charity Leeza’s Care Connection. More, Leeza Gibbons has increased her net worth hosting extraordinary events like GOFTA awards alongside Nic Nolan, and the Telethon show alongside Christopher Quinten; both events took place in New Zealand.
In addition to this, Leeza has added to her wealth working on radio, hosting such shows as “Blockbuster Top 25 Countdown with Leeza Gibbons” (1991 – 1999) and “Leeza Gibbons’ Top 25 Countdown” (2001 – 2003).
Another source of Leeza Gibbons’ net worth is a business venture she has launched in a makeup line called Sheer Cover.
Furthermore, Leeza is a co-author of the book “Take Your Oxygen First: Protecting Your Health and Happiness While Caring for a Loved One with Memory Loss” (2009) together with Dr. Jamie Huysman and Dr. Rosemary Laird. In the book she shared the experiences of struggling with difficulties when her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
Leeza Gibbons is known not only for her work on television and radio, but also her significant contribution to charity in fund-raising for children. She was the recipient of the Congressional Horizon Award for this previously mentioned work. More, she is the winner of the Daytime Emmy Award which she received in 2013.
Finally, in the personal life of Leeza Gibbons, she has been married four times. In 1980, she married her first husband John Hicks but they divorced after two years. In 1989, she married the actor Christopher Quinten, however the marriage also lasted only two years, but produced a daughter. In 1991, Leeza married another actor Stephen Meadows, and they lived together until 2005 and have two sons. Finally, Gibbons married Steven Fenton in 2011.
Release of her book, "Take Your Oxygen First". 
Co-host, with Melissa Gilbert, of an infomercial for "Sheercover" cosmetics. 
AARP's Ambassador for Care.
Graduated from the University of South Carolina's school of journalism and mass communication. She is a member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority.
Leeza's Place was founded in November, 2003.
Established the Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation.
Honored by the Congressional Award in Washington, DC with the 1998 Horizon Award. The Horizon Award is a special recognition from the Joint Leadership of the United States Congress and the Congressional Award Board of Directors. The Horizon Award is presented to individuals from the private sectors who have contributed to expanding opportunities for all Americans through their own personal contributions, and who have set exceptional examples for young people through their successes in life.
Her mother, Gloria Jean Gibbons, passed away at age 72 on May 22, 2008 from complications due to Alzheimer's disease.
Has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Her parents are Carlos Gibbons and Jean Gibbons. Her mother has Alzheimer's disease, as did her grandmother.
Was a high school cheerleader in Irmo, South Carolina. She graduated from Irmo High School.
Husband Stephen Meadows filed for divorce February 11, 2005, after a two-week separation, citing "irreconcilable differences". He is seeking joint custody of their sons Troy, 13 and Nathan, 7, as well as the spousal support agreed to in a 2002 post-nuptial contract.
Currently the host of two 3-hour radio shows: "Leeza Gibbons' Hollywood Confidential." One version is Hot AC and the other is Adult Contemporary. In late 2004, she began a daily radio show called "Leeza At Night" that airs 5 nights a week.
Met her second husband, Chris Quinten, at a New Zealand charity fund-raiser. They had a daughter named Jordan Alexandra (Lexi) (born in 1989).
Has two children with Stephen Meadows: Troy (born in 1992) and Nathan (born in 1997).