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Nicole Miriam Lapin was born on 7 March 1984, in Los Angeles, California USA, to Orly, a model, and Rob Lapin, a scientist, of Jewish descent. She is a television news anchor, author and businesswoman, best known for her work on CNN and CNBC.
A talented money expert, how loaded is Nicole Lapin? Sources state that Lapin’s fortune reaches $2 million, as of early 2017. Her wealth has been established during her career in broadcasting, as well as through her retail business, which began in the mid-2000s.
Nicole Lapin Net Worth $2 million
Lapin grew up in Los Angeles. She attended the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, in Evanston, Illinois, graduating summa cum laude and as the valedictorian of her class.
She had developed an interest in journalism during her high-school days, serving as the news anchor for the public-access television cable TV station.
Lapin’s professional career in broadcasting began when she was hired by CBS Stations in South Dakota and Kentucky as a correspondent. Around the same time, she began working for KPSP-LP as an investigative “I-Team” reporter, and as a reporter on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange for First Business Network. Her net worth began to grow.
In 2005 Lapin went to work at CNN, becoming the network’s youngest anchor ever. She regularly appeared on CNN Headline News and CNN International, covering major events such as the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah conflict, the 2007 Virginia Tech shooting, the 2008 Presidential election, and Michael Jackson’s memorial service in 2009. She also created a series called “Young People Who Rock”, interviewing influential people under 30. Lapin’s career at CNN paved her way to recognition, significantly adding to her net worth.
In 2010 she joined CNBC in New York to work as an anchor of the network’s business news program, and its only global finance show called “Worldwide Exchange” as a US presenter. She remained on the program for a year, but which greatly contributed to her popularity, and to her wealth as well.
Later that year she began to co-anchor the network’s news television program – “The Kudlow Report”. Aside from CNBC, Lapin also contributed to MSNBC, serving as a business and finance correspondent for the morning talk show “Morning Joe”, and to NBC, with the same role on the network’s morning news and talk show called “The Today Show”. She has also provided business news and financial reports to NBC affiliate stations, such as Los Angeles’ KNBC and New York’s WNBC.
In 2012 she began working on Bloomberg Television as a non-exclusive business anchor and special correspondent, cementing her status as an established television personality and financial expert, and further increasing her net worth.
Lapin is a regular guest on various shows too, including “Good Morning America” and “Dr. Oz”, in which she provides her expert commentary on finances. She serves as the money saving correspondent for “The Wendy Williams Show”, and as a special correspondent, she reports on the business of Hollywood for “The Insider”. She is also credited for creating the financial news website Recessionista, as well as the AOL Originals show “I’ll Never Forget My First”, interviewing influential women about their pathway to success.
In 2014 Lapin and her retail partner HSN launched a wearable device that tracks money spending throughout the day, called CASH Smartwatch. The same year she released her first book entitled “Rich Bitch”, which became an instant New York Times Bestseller. All added to her fortune, and she is now working on her second book entitled “Boss Bitch”.
As of 2015, she has served as the host and only female judge of the CW Network’s business competition show called “Hatched”. She has also written a column on money for Redbook Magazine.
In her personal life, Lapin is believed to be dating the founder and CEO of GSI Commerce, Michael Rubin.
Nicole is an active philanthropist too, serving as an ambassador for organizations such as Starlight Starbright Children’s Foundation, Operation Smile and Points of Light, and being a board member of Women in Need.