Chrishell Stause is a TV personality and real estate agent best known for starring in the Netflix reality series Selling Sunset. Her roles on ABC’s All My Children and NBC’s Days of Our Lives have also earned her recognition. Chrishell Stause’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million by the year 2022.
What is the net worth of Chrishell Staus?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Chrishell has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
She began her acting career on the soap operas All My Children and Days of Our Lives.
Chrishell went on to work for The Oppenheim Group after retiring from acting and obtaining her real estate licence. She’s also been on the Dancing With the Stars reality show.
Last year, she allegedly paid $3.3 million for a house.
The Career of Chrisell Stause
She began her career as an actress on the ABC soap opera All My Children, where she received her first major break. She took over for Alexis Manta as Amanda. After All My Children, Chrisell Stause joined the Los Angeles-based comedic troupe ‘The Groundlings.’ She went on to star in the NBC soap ‘Days of Our Lives’ in 2013 after being a member of this comedic troupe. She was only a guest star on the show for a few episodes before leaving in 2015. In 2019, she made a comeback and rejoined the series.
Chrisell Stause’s future career has been a wild ride since she sold Sunset. In 2017, she starred in “Eve of Abduction,” a thriller film. She then chose to stop acting and seek a career as a real estate agent.
However, her luck changed when she was cast in the Selling Sunset television series. She was able to combine both of her jobs as well as gain recognition in this series. She had the opportunity to demonstrate her selling abilities as well as her overall sales expertise in the series.
She was an agent for the Oppenheim Group, a well-known Los Angeles luxury real estate brokerage. She was a regular part of the show till season 4, and we expect her to play a bigger role in season 5.
She is a writer who recently released her first novel, “Under Construction,” in addition to being an actor and a real estate agent. The book has received over 500 reviews on Amazon and has already sold a number of copies.
Early Life of Chrishell Stause
Chrishell is a Kentucky native who was born on July 21, 1981. Her name comes from a day when her mother was giving birth in a Shell petrol station. Chris, a waiter, came to her aid. Chrishell is a mix of the attendant’s name and the location of the gas station.
Shoda, her older sister, is also a reality TV star. They grew raised in a trailer park because their family was poor. Stause was homeless for a time between seventh and tenth grades in high school.
She was able to attend Murray State University despite the obstacles. She received her bachelor’s degree in 2003 after studying drama there. She began working on her passion immediately following college.
Boyfriend & Personal Life of Chrishell Stause
Matthew Morrison, an actor, dancer, and singer, and Chrishell Stause were in a relationship. From December 9, 2006, to December 9, 2007, she was engaged to Matthew. It is unknown why they broke up. In January of 2014, she began dating actor Justin Harley. They announced their engagement two years later, and on October 28, 2017, they married. Justin filed for divorce in November 2019 after two years of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences as the cause for the split.
Chrishell didn’t find out about Stause’s divorce filing until he texted her 45 minutes before the news broke. By filing for dissolution of marriage in December 2019, she challenged Hartley’s reported separation date of July 8, 2019. On February 22, 2021, the couple finalised their divorce. After that, she had a two-month relationship with South African dancer Keo Motsepe.
In July 2021, Stause revealed on Instagram that she is dating Jason Oppenheim, her employer and co-star on Selling Sunset. The relationship, however, did not endure long, and it ended in December 2021.
How Much Money Does Chrishell Stause Earn
Surprisingly, The Oppenheim Group’s agents do not get a salary; instead, they live off the commissions they receive from each sale.
These commission checks are always large because the homes are usually worth tens of millions of pounds.