Gloria Vanderbilt Net Worth

What was Gloria Vanderbilt’s Net Worth at Death (2019)?

Gloria Vanderbilt Net Worth:
$220 Million

Gloria Vanderbilt Net Worth

Gloria Vanderbilt – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $220 Million
Date of birth: February 20, 1924 – June 17, 2019 (95 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: Entrepreneur

Gloria Vanderbilt was an American author, fashion designer, socialite, artist, actress, and heiress. Her mother and a paternal aunt named Gloria and Gertrude made her a subject in a child custody trial in the 1930s. It was about the search for her custody as well as controlling her $5 million worth trust fund. As she grew old, she rose to fame because of a line of fashions, household goods as well as perfumes bearing her name.


In the beginning, Gloria was designing linens, glassware as well as pottery. As an actress, she appeared in The Dick Powell Show, Studio One in Hollywood, Playhouse 90, and many other television shows.

How Rich is Gloria Vanderbilt
When Gloria Vanderbilt died, the year of 2019, she had quite the decent net worth.

Personal Life

Her first husband was Pat DiCicco, who was not only an actor’ agent but also an alleged member of a criminal organization. Due to his being abusive, they divorced in 1945. While together, they did not get a child together. A few weeks after the divorce, i.e., in April 1045, she married a conductor named Leopold Stokowski. The couple got two sons, namely Leopold Stanislaus and Christopher Stokowski. They divorced in October 1955.


“I do take very good care of myself, and I’m always in love. And by that I mean I have an appetite for life. I’m in love with beauty and things and people and love and being in love, and those things I think, on the inside, show on the outside.”

— Gloria Vanderbilt

“I’ve always believed that one woman’s success can only help another woman’s success.”

— Gloria Vanderbilt

“I don’t categorize myself as an 85-year-old woman who has written an erotic novel. I categorize myself as a writer who’s written an erotic novel.”

— Gloria Vanderbilt

“In mythology and palmistry, the left hand is called the dreamer because the ring finger on the left hand leads directly to the heart. I find it a very poetic idea. And that’s why I only wear nail polish on my left ring finger.”

— Gloria Vanderbilt

“I lived in Europe until I was 9, really.”

— Gloria Vanderbilt