Nicole Camille Richie, commonly known as Nicole Richie, is a famous American actress, television personality, fashion designer, as well as an author. To the public, Nicole Richie is perhaps best known for her appearances with Paris Hilton in the reality television series called “The Simple Life”. The show focused on Hilton’s and Richie’s attempts at working a variety of low-paying jobs, some of which included working on farms, in restaurants, and in camps. Even though the show was cancelled after 4 seasons by “Fox”, it was picked up for a final season by E! network, which aired in 2007. Over the years, “The Simple Life” managed to inspire the release of a variety of international remakes, as well as several spin-off series, namely “Paris Hilton’s My New BFF”, “Living with Kimberly Stewart” and “I Want to Be a Hilton”. The show has also received numerous awards, among which were ASCAP Awards, Fox Reality Awards, and BMI TV Music Awards, in addition to several nominations for Teen Choice Awards.
Nicole Richie Net Worth $10 Million
A well-known television personality, how rich is Nicole Richie? According to sources, Nicole Richie’s net worth is estimated to be $10 million, most of which she has accumulated due to her on-screen appearances, as well as her involvement in the fashion industry. Among Richie’s many assets are her Range Rover Sport car, for which she paid $50,000, and her Mercedes Benz S550, which cost her $200,000.
Nicole Richie was born in 1981, in California, United States, where she studied at Montclair College Preparatory School. She continued her studies at the University of Arizona, yet she failed to graduate from it. Richie rose to fame in “The Simple Life”, which helped her get public recognition and media attention. Following the success of the series, Richie debuted in a film role in Josh Stolberg’s “Kids in America”, where she starred alongside Gregory Smith, Stephanie Sherrin and Chris Morris. Aside from the latter movie, Richie appeared as a guest star in “Six Feet Under” with Peter Krause and Michael C. Hall, “8 Simple Rules” starring John Ritter, Kaley Cuoco and Katey Sagal, and “Eve” among others. More recently, in 2010 she appeared in a reality series “Project Runway”, hosted by Heidi Klum.
Aside from television appearances, Richie published a book entitled “The Truth about Diamonds” in 2005, which made it to the list of best-sellers. Richie’s dressing style inspired her to launch her own fashion line. One of her first business ventures was a jewelry line entitled “House of Harlow 1960”, for which she received an “Entrepreneur of the Year” award in 2010. Over the years, the jewellery line expanded to encompass handbags. The success of her own fashion line was followed by the “Nicole” maternity clothing line, on which she worked with “A Pea in the Pod” store.
In regards to her personal life, Nicole Richie has been in a relationship with John Madden since 2006, with whom she has two children. Madden and Richie became engaged in 2010, and later that same year celebrated their wedding.
The one thing I always look for in a guy is for them to be circumcised.
I love Kobe Bryant because I want him to have sex with me!
I had to address it and say 'No, I don't have an eating disorder.' I've never gone a day without putting food in my mouth. So I want to know why I'm the face of a problem.
I don't have a clue why I'm famous, either. But I didn't make myself famous. I'm not doing it: you're doing it. But I'm going to live my life whether people are interested in it or not.
I'm very happy with my life and I wouldn't take back any mistake I've made because it's made me who I am today. I live a very honest life, and I'm happy with the way I'm leading it.
I'm so used to high drama and high energy all the time -- I always sleep with the TV on.
You just have to go after what you want you want and if it doesn't want you back, then, so be it - it doesn't deserve you anyways. [On following your dreams]
Staying sober is something that I don't really even have to think about. I just live my life as today, and today I have great friends, a very stable fiancé, and am very close with my family.
I'm not insecure, but I'm not like, 'Hi, I'm confident.'
I have really good instincts about friends.
To me it was the epitome of caring about absolutely nothing, There were points when my mom would come home and scream at me about something, and I literally didn't care about anything. It was like watching a really dramatic movie with the volume turned down. I thought I was getting away with everything, when the reality was that I was arrested three times and had five car accidents. Two were totals.
I think fame is harder when people have something to hide, but I'm very comfortable, and have nothing to hide.
People would ask me about being a voluptuous woman. It was weird because I've been skinny my whole life.
I do love to shop. But I'm a social shopper. I like to do it while hanging out with my friends. Some of them hate shopping because they treat it like something you have to plan, like a grocery list. But if I'm out and I pass a store, I just pop in.
I went to the University of Arizona. I stopped because I went there for two years and I felt like I experienced college or whatever. I'm over it. I like Hollywood better.