Monica Lewinsky Net Worth:- Monica Lewinsky was born in San Francisco, California, United States on July 23, 1973. She is an activist, TV personality, fashion designer, and former White House intern from the United States of America. Monica Lewinsky’s net worth is estimated of $1.5 Million. President Bill Clinton admits to having an affair with Lewinsky in 1995 and 1996, when she was employed at the White House.
Monica Lewinsky is Bernard Lewinsky’s daughter with Marcia Kaye Vilensky. Her family was a regular attendee of the “Sinai Temple,” a conservative Judaism temple in California. Lewinsky attended Beverly Hills High School during her senior year.
Monica Lewinsky was born in San Francisco, California, and grew up in a rich family in West Los Angeles’ Brentwood district, then in Beverly Hills. Her father is oncologist Bernard Lewinsky. He is the son of German Jews who left Nazi Germany as children and moved in El Salvador, then the United States. Her mother, Marcia Kay Vilensky, is a novelist who writes under the pen name Marcia Lewis.
Monica Lewinsky published her first and only book, The Private Lives of the Three Tenors, in 1996. The press compared Lewis’s unverified “hints” of an affair with opera star Plácido Domingo to her daughter’s sexual involvement with Clinton during the Lewinsky crisis. Monica’s maternal grandpa, Samuel M. Vilensky, was a Lithuanian Jew, and her maternal grandmother, Bronia Poleshuk, was born into a Russian Jewish family in the British Concession of Tianjin, China.
Monica Lewinsky Net Worth:- $1.5 Million
Monica Lewinsky was profoundly affected by her parents’ bitter separation and divorce in 1987 and 1988. Her father eventually married Barbara; her mother later married R. Peter Straus, a media executive and former director of the Voice of America during President Jimmy Carter’s administration.
Monica Lewinsky founded ‘The Real Monica, Inc’ in 1999 to sell handbags in California, New York, and London. She ultimately negotiated a one-million-dollar endorsement agreement with ‘Jenny Craig.’
Monica Lewinsky made an appearance on a 2000 episode of ‘The Tom Green Show.’ She was portrayed on the show as visiting her hometown alongside the show’s host. She has also raised awareness of ‘Cyberbullying’ in the intervening years, speaking about it in ‘TED Talks’ and on other social media platforms.
Monica Lewinsky hosted a reality television dating show, Mr. Personality, on the Fox Television Network in 2003, where she counseled young female contestants who were selecting males disguised as men. Certain Americans attempted to organize a boycott of the show’s advertisers to protest Lewinsky’s exploitation of her celebrity.
Monica Lewinsky returned to the United States in 2014 and wrote the essay “Shame and Survival” in Vanity Fair magazine. She spoke with The National Geographic Channel’s special program “The 1990s: The Last Great Decade.”