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Megan Hauserman was born on the 5th November 1981, in Boca Raton, Florida USA, and is a model and reality TV star, best known to the world for her appearances in such TV shows as “Beauty and the Geek” (2007), “Rock of Love with Bret Michaels” (2008), and “Megan Wants a Millionaire” (2009), among other endeavors.
Have you ever wondered how rich Megan Hauserman is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Hauserman’s net worth is as high as $150,000, an amount earned through her successful careers in the entertainment and modeling industries, which have been active since 2006.
Megan Hauserman Net Worth $150,000
Although born in Boca Raton, Florida, Megan spent her childhood in Chicago, Illinois. After finishing high school, Megan enrolled at the University of Illinois at Chicago, from which she received a degree in accounting in 2005.
After her graduation, Megan launched her modeling career when she became Playboy Cyber Girl of the Week. She has continued to work with CyberGirl, and appeared once again in Playboy, this time for the Cybergirl Xtra feature in 2007. To speak further of her modeling enterprises, Megan did a photoshoot for Guitar World magazine’s Holiday 2009 Review Guide, and graced the cover page of the 2010 Guitar World Buyer’s Guide with Daisy of Love’s Daisy de la Hoya.
After the successful launch of her modeling career, Megan’s name started appearing in the reality TV producer’s circles, and she was first cast in the reality TV show “Beauty and the Geek” in 2007, paired with Alan “Scooter” Zackheim, and the two were victorious, winning the first prize of $125,000 each, which certainly increased Megan’s wealth.
After that she participated in “Rock of Love with Bret Michaels” in 2008, but was eliminated in the ninth episode of the show, finishing fifth choice overall. She moved on to another reality show – “I Love Money” – in which she reached the final, but eventually stepped down from competition due to legal problems that she would face if she would win the competition. She was placed third.
Doing what she does best, Megan joined “Rock of Love: Charm School”, competing for $100,000 money prize. Unfortunately, she finished tenth, after she was expelled in the fourth episode of the show, due to altercations with Brandi Mahon, who later won the show.
Then in 2009 she became a subject of the TV show “Megan Wants a Millionaire”, aired on VH1. In the show, Megan is searching for a guy to marry, stating that he doesn’t have to be rich, but stable and can handle her needs. Unfortunately, the show was canceled after three episodes due to one of participant’s connection to a murder case; it was Ryan Jenkins, who was third in line to win Megan’s heart, who was sought by police as he was considered to be involved in murdering his wife, Jasmine Fiore. He later committed suicide.
After the disastrous “Megan Wants a Millionaire” cancelation, she focused on her personal life and in a way retired from television appearances. She made an appearance in the show “True Crime with Aphrodite Jones” in 2011, in which she gave an interview regarding the events that led to Ryan Jenkins’ suicide.
Regarding her personal life, Megan is the mother of Derren William Garber, born in 2014. His father is Megan’s fiancé Derren Edward Garber, who is a professional golfer and businessman.
Megan is widely recognized for her philanthropic activities – she collaborated with Susan G. Komen for the Cure organization, among others, while has also put efforts into rescuing animals.
She had some problems with the law, as she was caught driving under the influence in 2010, but was released after the bail was paid the next morning.