|Net Worth||$65 million|
|Source Of Wealth||Reality Television|
|Born||18th April 1979|
|Birth Name||Kourtney Mary Kardashian|
|Height||5ft 0in (155cm)|
Kourtney Kardashian is a reality television star who is best known for her role on the reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians (KUWTK). Kardashian first rose to prominence as a result of her family's reality show, which began airing in 2007.
Kourtney Kardashian Net Worth
Kourtney Kardashian has amassed a substantial over her career and has an estimated net worth of 65 million dollars.
Kourtney Kardashian made a salary of 4.5 million dollars per season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. The celebrity also makes a lot of money doing social media endorsement deals. She makes an estimated quarter million for each sponsored post she puts out.
Kourtney also has quite a few real estate assets. She owns a multi-million dollar mansion in Calabasas. In May of 2021, she purchased a 12 million dollar home in La Quinta.
This superstar also has an expensive collection of luxury cars. She owns vehicles like the Rolls-Royce Ghost, Ferrari 458 Italia, and an Aston Martin DB11.
Since then, the socialite and successful entrepreneur has starred in spin-off shows, reality specials, and reality-based digital projects. In addition to her work on reality television, Kardashian has also launched multiple businesses, including a children's clothing line and a lifestyle website. She has also been involved in various philanthropic endeavors. Throughout her career, Kardashian has been praised for her work ethic, business acumen, and ability to connect with fans.
Kourtney Mary Kardashian was born on April 18, 1979, in Los Angeles. She is the daughter of attorney Robert Kardashian and Kris Jenner, a television personality.
Kourtney is the oldest of her three siblings. She has two sisters, Kim and Khloe, and a brother named Rob. Kourtney attended Marymount High School, a Roman Catholic all-girls school in Los Angeles. After graduating from high school in 1997, she pursued a theatre arts degree at the University of Arizona.
Her father was of Armenian descent. This is something that she celebrated as she got older.
Robert and Kris's marriage ended in 1991. That same year, Kris married athlete, businessman, and TV personality Caitlin Jenner.
Caitlin brought four children from previous marriages. Burt, Cassandra, Brandon, and Brody became step-siblings to Kourtney. Kris ended up having two more daughters, Kendall and Kylie, with Caitlin.
The OJ Trial
The Kardashian family first gained some fame during the infamous O.J. Simpson trial. Rob had gone to school with Simpson but didn't become friends with him until 1969. When Simpson became the main suspect in a murder trial against his wife Nicole, Rob became his lawyer.
Rob made national news when he defended his friend's innocence in the courtroom. Simpson stayed with Rob through the trial. Although the jury acquitted Simpson of murder, Rob did share his doubts.
Kardashian attended Marymount High School. This was a Catholic all-girls school in Los Angeles.
After high school, she attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas. She stayed at this school for two years.
The next school she attended was the University of Arizona. Here, she graduated with a bachelor's degree in theater arts and minored in Spanish.
She had a few famous classmates at the University of Arizona. Nicole Richie and Luke Walton were also graduates of this school that year.
It was in 2005 that Kourtney first made her presence on reality TV. She participated in a show called Filthy Rich: Cattle Drive. On the show, rich kids would work on a cattle drive to earn money for charity.
The Kardashian name took off two years later when a sex tape featuring her sister Kim was leaked. That same year, the Kardashian family starred in their own reality TV show called Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Ryan Seacrest was the original producer of the reality show. The matriarch, Kris Kardashian, was interested in showing the world her fun-loving family.
The show's basis looks at the famous and luxurious lifestyle of the Kardashian family. There is almost always a little family drama, but the show continually ends by praising solid family values.
Almost instantly, the show got high ratings from viewers. Even though the family has a lot of money, they were their true, authentic selves.
This reality show lasted from 2007 until 2021. During this time, the show gained a massive following and became one of the longest-running reality TV shows ever.
Keeping Up with the Kardashians follows the famous family as they live their lives. Although critics haven't ever loved the show, they realize that people love it as a guilty pleasure. Kourtney has featured in spin-offs including 'Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami' and 'Kourtney and Kim Take New York'.
In addition to reality TV, Kourtney is also a businesswoman. With her mother, Kris, she opened a children's boutique called Smooch. These stores opened in Los Angeles and New York City.
Kourtney and her sisters Kim and Khloe opened another store called D-A-S-H. You could find this store in Miami, New York, and Los Angeles. They also had a pop-up store in the Hamptons.
Along with the store's opening, Kourtney and Khloe filmed a spinoff show this year. This show followed the sisters as they opened their new boutique.
Kourtney kept up with the clothing business and worked on a clothing line for Bebe in 2010. That same year, the Kardashian sisters sold another clothing line called K-Dash on QVC.
2010 proved to be a lucrative year for Kourtney. Along with the clothing lines, she also released a book called Kardashian Konfidential.
In this book, the oldest three Kardashian sisters talk about their own lives, the O.J. Simpson trial, and their dad. They also give advice on subjects from dating to makeup.
The book turned out to be a hit and made it to The New York Times bestseller list. It also clocked in on the USA Today bestseller list at #31.
A Return to TV
By 2011, Kourtney decided it was time to use her acting degree. She started with a guest appearance on the soap One Life to Live. She appeared on this show on March 28 as an attorney named Kassandra Kavanaugh.
Although critics weren't impressed with her performance, she had a great time in the role. She had always loved the show and was excited to be on it.
Kourtney returned to her reality TV roots in 2012 with a spinoff series with her sister Kim. The show Kourtney and Kim Take Miami featured the two sisters, their mother, and Kourtney's then-boyfriend Scott. The show followed the women as they opened their D-A-S-H boutique in Miami.
As a public figure, Kourtney has been a spokesperson for several products. All three Kardashian sisters became spokespeople for the weight loss supplement QuickTrim.
In 2012, the Kardashians and QuickTrim were part of a five million dollar lawsuit. The Kardashians and the company were accused of false marketing. The lawsuit was eventually dismissed.
Multiple Business Ventures
From 2012 to today, Kourtney and her sisters have been part of a variety of different businesses from clothing boutiques to makeup lines. She became a representative for Dr. Ron DiSalvo's PerfectSkin. This skincare line was touted as the reason for the Kardashian's glowing skin.
She launched her own fashion line in 2017. The line was featured on PrettyLittleThing and evoked classic Hollywood in the 1970s. It was the first clothing line that she launched on her own.
Another high-end endorsement that she got behind was Calvin Klein. In 2018, she and her sisters posed for the fashion brand.
She also worked with her younger sister on a cosmetics line in 2018. The Kourt X Kylie collection featured sought-after lipsticks and palettes.
By 2019, she turned to media to expand her brand by launching the website lifestyle brand Poosh. This website, named after her daughter, talks about fitness, fashion, and wellness.
Kourtney continued her business ventures in November 2019 with the creation of perfume. She and her sisters created three new perfumes for her sister Kim's fragrance company. Kourtney made Yellow Diamond, which has a scent designed by her.
In 2022, it was announced that the famous family's reality show would start again. Kardashians are on air again on the streaming service Hulu.
Family and Relationships
Kourtney has a lot of family members, Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Rob Kardashian, half-sisters Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner and half-brothers Brody Jenner and Brandon Jenner. Her parents are Kris Kardashian and Caitlyn Jenner (prev. Bruce Jenner). Like many of her sisters, Kourtney Kardashian has quite a fascinating dating history and her TV shows have given us a glimpse into her personal life. Her longest relationship is with Scott Disick.
The pair met in 2006 at a party in Mexico. Since they started dating, Disick has been a staple in the family's many reality TV shows.
The pair had an on-again, off-again relationship for the first few years of dating. By 2009, Kourtney announced she was pregnant after revealing on her show that she had forgotten to take her birth control. By the end of that year, the pair had welcomed a baby boy named Mason Dash Disick to their family.
Scott's partying ways were well documented on their reality TV shows. Although she didn't like his partying and ended up leaving him, she did take him back. Scott talked about proposing to Kourtney, but she wasn't interested in getting married.
By the end of 2011, the pair revealed that they had another baby on the way. They brought a baby girl named Penelope Scotland Disick into the world in July 2012.
Two years later, Kourtney was pregnant again. She gave birth on her first son's birthday to a second son, Reign Aston Disick, in December 2014.
Unfortunately, their romance was close to ending. By July of 2015, the pair called off their relationship.
The Scott Re-Bounds
Kourtney wasn't single for long. By the end of that year, she was cozying up to Justin Bieber. This relationship seemed like it was for fun, and she didn't get serious until a year after her split from Scott.
By 2016, Kourtney had moved on with Younes Bendjima. She dated him for almost four years before their relationship fizzled.
The pair co-parented well for years, and it wasn't until 2021 that Kourtney found herself in love again. Kourtney began dating Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker.
The pair became inseparable. By October 2021, Travis and Kourtney got engaged.
Kourtney first got married unofficially in Las Vegas in April of 2022. They then made it official in California in May before having a large wedding in Italy later that week.
Kourtney Kardashian Facts
Kourtney's love of fashion started at a young age. While in High School, she used a sewing machine to make clothing for herself and her friends.
She had dreams of following in her father's footsteps as a lawyer. Kourtney even applied to law school but decided it wasn't for her and didn't go.
Kourtney Kardashian hasn't always been so comfortable in front of the camera. She failed two college classes because she refused to give speeches in front of her peers.
She is the shortest Kardashian sister. She stands at just five feet tall. Because of this, she gets most of her clothes hemmed to fit her the right way.
Kourtney was a clumsy kid. As a young girl, Kourtney broke her collarbone after falling off the swing set.
Although she seems like a tough woman, she has a severe fear of spiders. If she sees spiders in her house, she'll avoid the room for a long time.
In her spare time, Kourtney loves interior decorating. She loves an organized home where everything has its place. Even her refrigerator is in perfect order.
She also has a fondness for collections. As a girl, she collected music boxes. As an adult, she likes to find books and Missoni china.
She May Be Tiny, but She's a Very Impressive Kardashian
Despite being in a family full of celebrities, Kourtney Kardashian has made a name for herself. Although a Kourtney Kardashian net worth and salary would impress anyone, it wouldn't be a shock to see it keep growing.
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