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Rachel Uchitel was born on the 29th January 1975 in Anchorage, Alaska, USA, is a nightclub manager, hostess and TV correspondent, perhaps best known for her story about her fiancé who worked in the World Trade Center, and the photo that came out at New York Post. Uchitel also made it to the headlines because of her alleged affair with Tiger Woods. Her career started in 1996.
Have you ever wondered how rich Rachel Uchitel is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Uchitel’s net worth is as high as $10 million, an amount earned largely through her successful career on television. In addition to being a producer and correspondent on TV, Uchitel also works as a hostess and nightclub manager, which has improved her wealth too.
Rachel Uchitel Net Worth $10 Million
Rachel Uchitel grew up in New York, and is a granddaughter of Maurice Uchitel, who owned several nightclubs in NYC during the ‘50s and ‘60s, including the famous El Morocco club. Uchitel’s father died of a cocaine overdose when she was 15, the experience that made her tougher and also that possibly led to her own addiction later in life.
Rachel went to Millbrook School, from where she matriculated in 1992, and then studied psychology at the University of New Hampshire, graduating in 1996. She started working as a news producer for Bloomberg Television in New York, and in 2001, she became widely known for holding the picture of her fiancé who died during the 9/11 attacks and worked in the World Trading Center. Her heartbreaking story circulated worldwide for some time, and then she became a special correspondent on nightlife for “Extra”. Her net worth was established.
In 2005, Uchitel moved to Las Vegas to work as a hostess at the Tao, where she was a VIP hostess, and by 2009, she had worked in numerous clubs in New York and Vegas, which only increased her net worth by a large degree. However, she then stated that she had become too old to work as a hostess. From 2010 to 2011, Rachel appeared in 12 episodes of “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew”, for which she reportedly received $500,000, adding further to her net worth. In 2010, Rachel applied for a license to become a private detective, while in December 2013, Uchitel founded a children’s boutique in Manhattan.
Regarding her personal life, Rachel Uchitel was engaged to an investment banker named James Andrew O’Grady, but he was killed in the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. Three years later, she married her childhood friend and Wall Street trader, Steven Ehrenkranz, but their marriage lasted only four months. The National Enquirer published the story of her alleged affair with golfing superstar Tiger Woods during the Australian Masters in 2009, which she denied to the Associated Press. Uchitel then hired an attorney, Gloria Allred, and they scheduled a press conference to discuss Woods’ affair, but it’s thought that Rachel received a cash settlement not to show up at the conference. Uchitel also apparently had an affair with actor David Boreanaz in 2010, who was married at the time, then in October 2011, she married insurance underwriter, Matt Hahn, but they divorced in January 2014, after having a daughter.