Amber Valletta Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Amber Valletta Net Worth $4 Million
Amber Valletta net worth: Amber Valletta is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $4 million dollars. She started modeling when she was in her early teens, and went to show up on the covers of multiple magazines, including Vogue. She appeared in advertisements for Louis Vuitton, Versace, and Calvin Klein, too. She started her on camera acting profession in 2000, having a character in the movie “Drop Back Ten”. Ever since then, she’s gone back and forth between picture and television work steadily. On television, she’s appeared on such shows as “Lucky” and “Punk’d”. She also played a recurring character on the hit show, “Revenge”.
She is the face of NARS Cosmetics Spring 2010 Collection. [January 2010]
Tulsa, Oklahoma, for Saks Fifth Avenue fashion as an honorary chair person [October 2007]
She is a member of the Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma.
Actively involved in the St. Jude Research Hospital and the Nina Hyde Foundation, which supports women with breast cancer. She has also produced a fashion show in her home town of Tulsa, which raised money for the community food bank.
Her grandmother was of Portuguese descent.
Her husband, Christian McCaw, is a former USA Men's volleyball national player and played at 2000 Sydney Olympics.
Appeared dressed as Edith 'Little Edie' Bouvier Beale in a Grey Gardens (1975)-themed photo shoot in the May 1999 issue of Vogue Italia, photographed by Steven Meisel.
Attended Booker T. Washington High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
First child, Auden McCaw, born at the end of October 2000 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Met ex-husband Hervé Le Bihan at a Calvin Klein photo shoot in 1994.
Has three half-sisters and two half-brothers.
Got her start when her mother enrolled her in modeling school at the age of 15.
Is a vegetarian.
Net Worth of 8.8 million dollars.
Net worth 4 million dollars.
They looked at me and said, "Let's cut your hair off." We went back to my apartment in Paris and just cut it all off. Two guys cutting my hair at the same time.
My mom was proud but very hands off. She didn't really know enough about the industry, and she didn't have the time to stop her life to go chaperone me... she was probably a little naïve.
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