Published On: Wed, Oct 4th, 2017

Wendy Williams Net Worth; How Much Is Wendy Williams Is Net Worth?

Wendy Williams Net Worth in 2018: $60 Million

Wendy Williams is an American actress, television host, radio personality, producer, fashion designer and author; she is well known for her show appearance The Wendy Williams Show and now her total net worth according to different sources is $60 million.


The American television host Wendy Joan Williams-Hunter was born on July 18, 1964, in Ocean Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey to Thomas and Shirley Williams; she was the DJ in college for WRBB, she completed her graduation degree in communications.

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She started her career in United States WVIS as a radio host, later she was selected as host for Washington base radio station WOL and later in 1989 she moved to urban contemporary radio channel where she got her fame in the region as best radio host personality.

She met her future husband Kevin Hunter when Wendy selected by the Philadelphia radio station as a host, in July 2008 she got her name as one of the best hosts in world.

When she was starred as host of television show “The Wendy Williams Show” which was ranked as one of the most famous shows in United States and now she has entered into fashion industry.

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She has appeared in several television shows as well as in many movies while some of the most important are; The Cookout, The Cookout 2, Think Like a Man, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, New York Undercover, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade and many others.

In her whole professional career, Wendy has received a number of awards with numerous nominations like she got the Radio Personality of the Year awards from Billboard, Williams was the part of the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2009 and her total net worth in 2017 is $60 million.

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