Camille Grammer is a celebrity who has amassed a fortune of $50 million. She has an illustrious career as an actress, dancer, model, and reality TV star, but she is perhaps best known as the former spouse of Cheers and Frasier star, Kelsey Grammer. Camille Grammer Net Worth.
|Birth Date||September 2, 1968|
|Birth Place||Newport Beach, California, U. S.|
|Profession||TV personality, dancer, actress|
|Net Worth||$50 million|
Before she became a star on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”, Camille Grammer had already established a successful career in the entertainment industry. Her impressive list of credits includes professional dancing, music videos, appearances on MTV, modeling for Playboy, and roles in both straight-to-video erotic films and more mainstream fare such as “Private Parts” and “Deconstructing Harry”.
In 1997, Camille married actor Kelsey Grammer and subsequently became a co-owner of Grammnet Productions. Her production credits include the shows “Girlfriends”, “Medium”, and “The Game”. Their divorce was made public on an episode of “The Real Housewives” in 2011.
Outside of television, Camille Grammer is an avid philanthropist and advocate for several charities. She founded the Colleen Frank Memorial Fund, which assists college students in their journey to overcome substance abuse.
She has served on the board of the Safe Passage Foundation, a national charity dedicated to helping the families of those who have fallen victim to the addiction of alcohol and drugs.
Additionally, she volunteers and helps with fund-raising efforts for the Life Group LA. This nonprofit is committed to bringing mental health awareness and addiction treatment services to the community.
In 2017, Camille produced and starred in the E! show, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” Her new role proved to be her breakout moment, leading to further mainstream acting roles, as well as producing more television shows. She also became a co-owner of two restaurants in Los Angeles.
Grammer also has her own radio show, called “Camille in the Morning,” on Playboy Radio. She also appeared as a panelist on “Celebrity Family Feud” in 2017. She continues to take acting and modeling gigs and continues to appear in shows on E! and Bravo networks.
Grammer currently serves as an advisory board member for the Paley Center for Media. She is a mentor at the National Association of Latino Independent Producers. Additionally, she is a frequent public speaker and works with students at film and television conferences, encouraging the advancement of women of color in the media industry.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Grammer appeared on The Jeff Probst Show on January 14, 2013. In March 2013, she signed on to appear in the sixth season of ABC’s Castle, as the young British novelist Sage and made her first appearance in the May episode, “That ’70s Show”. In October 2013, Grammer signed on to play Chloe Walsh, an acerbic journalist, on ABC’s Betrayal, but the show was cancelled after 13 episodes.
Most recently, Cook has made appearances on the shows Hit the Floor and Scream Queens, both in 2015. Cook has also written articles and interviews for the lifestyle magazine Yolo. Cook is currently the host of Hollywood Uncensored with Madison Rayne, a podcast which provides an intimate look into the entertainment industry.
Camille is actively involved in the lives of her children. She provides support for both their physical and emotional well-being. Camille has stated that she believes communication, healthy activities, family outings, and ensuring they get enough sleep are key in providing a safe and loving environment for them.
In an effort to be an involved parent, Camille stays involved with the children’s extracurricular activities and schools. Camille and Kelsey agreed to joint custody of the children.
Kelsey Grammer Divorce Settlement
Kelsey Grammer and Camille Grammer’s divorce was finalized in February 2011 after being married for 14 years. According to reports, Camille received a one-time lump sum payout of $30 to $50 million, which included cash and various assets, including real estate.
Camille was also awarded spousal support, reportedly amounting to about $30,000 per month for the next decade. In addition, she received the couple’s beach house in Malibu, California. The former couple’s prenuptial agreement was honored, protecting most of Kelsey Grammer’s fortune from being split.
In October of 2019, Camille and David Meyer bought an opulent mansion in LA’s Brentwood area for $5.85 million. During her marriage to Kelsey, they owned multiple impressive estates in the Los Angeles region.
As part of their divorce agreement, Camille was given a prestigious Beverly Hills property that she eventually sold for $13 million in 2016.
Back in 2012, she had also listed their former Malibu home with an asking price of $18 million, eventually agreeing to accept $13 million when it was sold in November of 2015. To give you a glimpse of the mansion that was once shared by Camille and Kelsey, here is a video tour.
In 2013, Camille sold their former Beaver Creek, Colorado vacation home for a handsome $6.6 million. Three years later, in 2016, she bought a second home in Malibu for $6.5 million, fortunately surviving unscathed when the Woolsey fire struck in 2018. Unfortunately, an earlier purchase in 2015, also in Malibu, wasn’t as fortunate and was destroyed by the fire.