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Sonja Morgan Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
American TV star, film producer, model, author and socialite Sonja Morgan was born Sonja Tremont on 25 November 1963, in Albany, New York State, and became known widely to the public as one of the cast members of Bravo cable TV network’s reality television series ‘The Real Housewives of New York City’ from series three in 2010.
So just how rich is Sonja Morgan, as of mid-2017? Authoritative sources estimate that the amount of Sonja Morgan’s net worth is over $15 million, collectively accumulated from her various interests.
Sonja Morgan Net Worth $15 Million
Sonja graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology with a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, and Sonja Morgan’s net worth was established while she worked as a model at Paris and Milan fashion shows. Then she worked as a manager-consultant for certain restaurants in The Big Apple, using her relationship with the upper class to bring in high-profile clientele. However, Morgan’s net worth significantly increased when she joined ‘The Real Housewives of New York City’, the television series broadcast by the Bravo cable TV – Morgan reputedly earns $220,000 per season, which composes most of her current income. In July 2012, Bravo released a social networking video game version of “The Real Housewives of New York City” entitled ‘Real Housewives: The Game’, which has also made a positive impact on Sonja Morgan’s net worth.
Morgan also added to her net worth after her book was released; entitled ‘Buns in My Oven: The Toaster Oven Cookbook’ published by Home Eatins Press, the book is based on simple recipes for use in a toaster oven.
Sonja has also written a screenplay which includes details of her life, marriage and divorce, and there is a possibility that she will publish it as a book, thus, Sonja would also increase her net worth.
In her less-than-private personal life, Sonja was married to American businessman John Adams Morgan – the great-grandson of financier John Pierpont Morgan and President John Adams – from 1998 until 2006; Morgan is 33 years older than his ex-wife – Sonja has custody of their daughter. Sonja Morgan filed for bankruptcy when she was sued for a failed movie venture in 2010, but her financial troubles were also growing because of the complicated divorce, apparently still not finally settled.
Sonja Morgan spends much of her free time with charity work, even receiving a NY State Senate award for her business capability in combining media and charity work. Sonja gave the interview about her charity work to The Economist Magazine at the NY Stock Exchange for Bloomberg TV, questioned by Martha Stewart and Virgin Airlines Deepak Chopra. She still lives in New York City.