Rebecca Romijn is returning to television screens very soon, this time along with her husband, Jerry O’Connell. The couple has been signed as hosts for the upcoming dating reality show on CBS, The Real Love Boat, based on the 1970s scripted show, The Love Boat.
Romijn has had a three decade long career, starting as a model and then venturing into acting. She has made a huge fortune for herself along the way. Read on to find out the actor’s net worth.
Rebecca Romijn’s Net Worth
As per the website Celebrity Net Worth, Rebecca Romijn has a net worth of $20 million. Most of these earnings have come from her modeling and acting career. The 49 year old Berkeley native began her modeling career in 1991 and became an instant success due to her beautiful and glamorous looks.
Romijn has appeared on the covers of several popular magazines, including Elle, GQ, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Allure, Marie Claire, and Sports Illustrated. The magazines were sold internationally, earning the model worldwide fame.
She also appeared in a number of advertisements for some sought-after brands, including Christian Dior, Tommy Hilfiger, Pantene, La Perla, Victoria’s Secret, and La Senza, among others. She was also a regular on fashion shows and walked the ramp for Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Giorgio Armani, and Cindy Crawford.
Romijn made her Television Debut as a Host
The model turned to television in 1998 by hosting MTV’s House of Style. Her acting career took off when she was cast in the role of Mystique in X-Men, a role she reprised in the sequels X2 and X-Men: The Last Stand.
In 2002, she appeared in her first lead role in Femme Fatale and went on to star in movies like Rollerball, Godsend, The Librarians, and The Punisher. Rebecca has also starred in a number of series, including Pepper Dennis, Ugly Betty, Eastwick, NTSF:SD:SUV::, King & Maxwell, and Carpoolers.
In 2020, she returned to hosting with Skin Wars, a reality show based on body painting. Romijn is also a singer and a voice actor and has released a number of singles, including Color Me Love, Cast Iron Filter, and If You Only New.
Romijn has also Launched her own Jewelry Line
A portion of Romijn’s net worth has also come from her Jewelry line, Charlie Dolly. The actor launched the line in 2020 and named the brand after her twin daughters. All the jewelry pieces have been designed by Romijn herself and feature laser-cut diamonds that reflect light differently than regular diamonds.
The line features 24 pieces of jewelry, with most of them priced under $1,000, as Romijn wanted to make the brand affordable. As for real estate, the actor bought an NYC townhouse located in Chelsea in Manhattan for an undisclosed amount in 2010.
The house is touted as ‘historic’, with genuine Victorian features like a marble fireplace, wood floors, and staircases. Romijn also designed the interior of the house and enjoyed the process, which in turn inspired her to design the jewelry pieces.
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