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Kristin Cavallari Net Worth

Kristin Cavallari Net Worth

Net Worth: $1.5 Million

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  • Source of Wealth TV, Fashion Design, Acting
  • Birth Place Denver, Colorado, USA
  • Marital Status Partner: Jay Cutler
  • Full Name Kristin Elizabeth Cavallari
  • Nationality American
  • Date of Birth January 5, 1987
  • Ethnicity American
  • Occupation TV Personality, Fashion Designer, Actress
  • Education Barrington High School, Santa Margarita Catholic High School, Loyola Marymount University, Laguna Beach High School
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About Kristin Cavallari

Kristin Cavallari has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.¬†Nominated for Teen Choice Award for “Choice Reality Star” in 2006, Kristin Cavalleri has become a television sensation. Her personality and Her appearance on the first season of Laguna Beach, Cavallari, was a turning point in her life and earned her recognition for her charisma and acting talent. She continued with the Laguna Beach series for two seasons before she moved to Los Angeles to aspire her dreams of acting. She was successful in badging numerous acting roles. Cavalleri starred in Van Wilder: Freshman Year, Green Flash (2009), Spring Breakdown (2009), and Wild Cherry.

Born January 5, 1987, Cavallari is an actress, fashion designer and an American TV personality. Admired for her wit and charisma, she earned guest appearances on CBS’s hit show CSI: NY in 2008 and ABC’s The Middle. She continued to shine with her appearance in other gigs like Veronica Mars, a lead role in Teddy Geiger’s “For You I Will (Confidence)” music video and Gavin Degraw’s video for his single, “In Love with a Girl.” She also returned to the Laguna Beach spin-off The Hills for its last two seasons. Kristin is leading a successful life both on screen as well as off screen. She has also been recognized for her passion as a fashion designer and to run awareness campaigns for social issues