Adrienne Maloof is an American businesswoman, philanthropist, television personality, producer, and business owner worth $60 million. For her role on the Bravo reality series “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” (2010–2017; 2020), Maloof earned a salary of $200,000. As a co-owner of the Maloof Companies alongside other family members, Adrienne has amassed a substantial fortune. Maloof Productions, Maloof Music, Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada, and the Vegas Golden Knights are just a few of their many businesses. They have also previously hosted an annual skateboarding competition called the Maloof Money Cup. Adrienne created the film “Feast” in 2005 and the music video “Short Notice” for the Ochoa Boyz in 2019.
Adrienne Maloof was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on September 4, 1961. Maloof was born in Ireland and Lebanon. Since George J. Maloof Sr., her millionaire father, passed away in 1980, Adrienne and her siblings now share ownership of the Maloof Companies with their mother Colleen. His four brothers are George Jr. (Gavin), Joe (Joe), and Phil (Phillip). George Sr. was the owner of an Albuquerque Coors beer distributorship and the 1979 owner of the Houston Rockets. Adrienne attended the University of New Mexico on a tennis scholarship, where she joined the sorority Pi Beta Phi and majored in political science.
When she concentrated on her several business pursuits, this TV personality got wealthy. She gradually worked her way up to full-time status in the family firm in the liquor and wine divisions throughout the course of the 1980s and 1990s. She worked in the company’s marketing and promotions department, where she earned an estimated $100,000 a year because the firm was booming. She has steadily expanded her responsibilities over the past two decades, encompassing all of Maloof’s businesses.
In the 1990s, Adrienne was primarily responsible for the Maloof Companies’ customer service standards. The whole Maloof family had a combined net worth of over $1 billion by the early 2000s. When she was in her early twenties, she also grew interested in television and acting. In 2005, she starred in her own horror film, “Feast,” which was one of her first roles as an actress. In addition to producing numerous Maloof Productions television shows, she earned an estimated $3 million per year as a producer.
For more than two decades, Adrienne Maloof has been in charge of the company’s marketing operations, a position that she has held since she began her career in the family business’ marketing department. For the first three seasons of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” she appeared on the show, but she refused to participate in the group reunion for the third season. Since then, she has featured in over 60 episodes of the show as a guest star, including appearances in seasons five, six, eight, and ten. On the Miss Universe 2011 pageant, Maloof served as a judge; on television shows like The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Betty White’s Off Their Rockers, Hell’s Kitchen, Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, and Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, Maloof has also appeared in the 2016 TV documentary “Kardashian: The Man Who Saved OJ Simpson” She collaborated with Charles Jourdan on a shoe collection titled Adrienne Maloof in 2011.
Adrienne and Paul Nassif were married on May 2, 2002, and they have three children: Gavin, born in 2003, and Christian and Collin, born in 2006, all of whom were born at home. Irreconcilable disputes caused Nassif to petition for divorce in July 2012, and it was finalized in November of that year. Maloof was awarded temporary custody of the children after Maloof stated that Nassif choked one of their sons when two of the boys were kicking each other in the backseat of Paul’s car. Responded to the accusations, Nassif’s lawyer stated, “This has the whiff of sleight-of-hand. Adrienne wasn’t even in the room at the time, according to reports. On this day, it’s awful that parents are so desperate that they resort to leveling false accusations against each other.” Maloof revealed her connection with Rod Stewart’s son Sean at the beginning of 2013.
For $26 million in September 2012, Maloof and Nassif put their Beverly Hills mansion on the market. The following month, the property sold for $19.5 million. Built on two acres, the almost 20,000-square-foot house has eight bedrooms and eleven bathrooms to accommodate the family. On the market for $12.7 million in 2004, Adrienne and Paul purchased the property.