Cindy Crawford Net Worth: How Much Is The Supermodel Worth?
She was arguably the biggest supermodel of the 1980s and 1990s and hasn’t aged since, but what is Cindy Crawford’s net worth?
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Cindy Crawford’s net worth is $100 million (£77.5 million).
Her early life…
Cynthia Ann Crawford was born to John and Jennifer on February 20, 1966.
She has two sisters, Chris and Danielle, and a brother, Jeffrey, who passed away at three years-old from childhood leukemia.
She graduated from Dekalb High School in 1984 and was planning on studying chemical engineering at Northwestern University after achieving an academic scholarship.
When she was in her junior year, Roger Legel, a local photographer, asked if he could take her photo for Dekalb Nite Weekly. She ended up being on the cover of the magazine! The positive feedback she received from the image convinced her to take up modelling full time.
At 17 she entered Elite Model Management’s Look of the Year contest; she placed runner-up. Due to this, Elite Model Management Chicago started to represent her.
She only ended up studying at university for one semester as she dropped out in order to pursue a full-time modelling career. She moved to New York in 1986 and signed with Elite Management New York.
How her career has affected her net worth…
Cindy is 5 feet 9 inches tall and has both brown hair as well as eyes.
Her measurements are 34-25.5-36 inches and her trademark is her beauty mark located above her upper lip.
Earlier in her career, her mole was blanked out of her photos, including her first ever Vogue cover!
She often looks back on her incredible career on her social media.
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When @therealpeterlindbergh shoots, it’s about the women. It’s not about the hair, makeup, or styling, really. He had a way of turning your imperfections into something unique and beautiful… and his images will always be timeless. you will be so missed Peter. I’m honored to have known you and worked with you ❤️
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In the 1980s and 1990s she became a supermodel and walked on numerous catwalks and was on the cover of many magazine covers, such as Elle, Cosmopolitan and Allure.
Cindy’s career has also expanded to music videos and films. For example, she starred in the videos for George Michael’s ‘Freedom ’90’, ‘Please Come Home For Christmas’ by Jon Bon Jovi and ‘Bad Blood’ by Taylor Swift.
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How has exercise increased her net worth?..
Alongside GoodTimes Home Video, Cindy released her first exercise video in 1992 called, Cindy Crawford: Shape Your Body. It was deemed unsafe by some but achieved great success.
So much so that the following year she released a second named, Cindy Crawford: The Next Challenge.
She released two more fitness videos: Cindy Crawford: A New Dimension in 2000 and then Mini-Muscles with Cindy Crawford and the Fit-wits in 2001, which was aimed at children.
When did she quit modelling?..
In 2000 Cindy decided to quit full-time modelling. Nowadays, she only occasionally appears in magazines, like alongside her daughter.
She has stayed within the world of beauty as in 2005 she launched Meaningful Beauty. However, she has admitted that she started seeing a plastic surgeon at 28, and has since had botox and vitamin injections.
The ‘Cindy Crawford Home Collection’ launched in 2005; she was involved in the creation by choosing the features, style and colours that would benefit families.
In 2015 she released her autobiography, Becoming, co-written with Katherine O’Leary.
At the start of 2019 she announced that herself, her husband, Mike Meldman, Jeff Shell and Jay Sures would be purchasing, Nate ‘n Al, a deli located in Hollywood.
Her personal life…
In 1991 Cindy married actor Richard Gerem, however, they divorced in 1995.
She married Rande Gerber – a former model and businessman – in May 1998.
Together they have two children, Presley Walker, born July 2nd 1999 and Kaia Jordan, born September 3rd 2001; both have since gone into a career in modelling.
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