Know Aobut 'Southern Charm' Star Thomas Ravenel's Net Worth
Thomas Ravenel's net worth is estimated at $6 million. He gathered up his huge net worth as a politician, doing the TV show "Southern Charm" and doing real estate business. Ravenel is best known for appearing in the Bravo TV show and as a politician.
Thomas Ravenel is an American politician who works for the Republican Party. Mary Ryan Ravenel is Thomas' ex-wife. They did not have any child. However, Thomas Ravenel has two children named St. Julien Rembert Ravenel and Kensington Calhoun Ravenel with baby mama, Kathryn Dennis.
Net Worth And Earnings
Thomas Ravenel's net worth is roughly calculated to be $6 million. He amassed the net worth from the reality TV show, politics and doing real estate business.
With the net worth of $6 million, Thomas Ravenel seems to be living a very lavish and splendid life. His income and earnings seem to be a huge one that resulted in his humungous net worth.
Earnings From The TV Show, Southern Charm
Ravenel appeared in the reality TV show, Southern Charm as one of the main cast members in 2014. He had a salary of $25,000 per episode. Ravenel was getting a six-figure cheque a month for appearing on the show.
When he showed up for the reunion show, he also got additional cash of $60,000. The earnings from the TV show includes inside Thomas' net worth. However, he lost his job after he was arrested for sexually assaulting his children's nanny in his home in January 2015.
Earnings From Real Estate Business
In 2006, Ravenel bought the Brookland Plantation which was quite expensive. The estate was previously sold for $1.75 million in 2001. Ravenel wanted to sell it so he put a price of $4.275 million on the market in 2009.
But he ended up failing to sell it. Thomas Ravenel successfully sold the 5,500-square-foot mansion for $3.3 million. So, the cash from the selling of the mansion also counts inside Thomas Ravenel's net worth.
Earnings As A Politician
Thomas Ravenel first tried at politics in 1988 when he made a failed bid for a South Carolina House seat. Similarly, he ran for Senate, coming in third in the Republican primary in 2004.
The politician won an election for South Carolina Treasurer. Although he had a short political career, his paycheck must have been a satisfying one. The salary for Treasurer must surely be not an ordinary one.