Lauren Hutton net worth: She moved to The Big Apple after completing her degree at Tulane in the mdi-60s, and started an extremely successful modeling career. She went to show up on the cover of Vogue Magazine a record 26 times, in addition to modeling for innumerable other trend greats. She’s also enjoyed a relatively successful performing career, appearing in such endeavors as, “The Gambler”, “Someone’s Watching Me!”, “American Gigolo”, “Once Bitten”, “Timestalkers”, and “Central Park West”. She also has her very own line of makeup called, “Good Stuff”. She modeled naked for Large Magazine at age 61.
Lauren Hutton now does print and TV commercials for The Gardens of Palm Beaches Mall, in West Palm Beach Florida. Current as of December 2001.
Co-hostess, with Daphne Zuniga, of an infomercial for her "Lauren Hutton face disc" cosmetics. Also appearing is her friend, Beverly D'Angelo. 
Graduated with the Class of 1961 from Chamberlain High School in Tampa, FL. She was also one of the first students at the University of South Florida in Tampa, FL, but later transferred to Tulane University where she graduated with a BA in 1964.
Recovering after a surfing accident in Hawaii [April 30, 2009].
Was ranked #13 in Channel 5's "World's greatest supermodel".
When she began working at the Playboy Club upon first arriving in Manhattan, she was still going by her birth name, Mary. There were already several bunnies named Mary, however, so management suggested that she choose another name. Using actress Lauren Bacall as her inspiration, she shortened her middle name of Laurence to Lauren, and went with that.
Was the original "Charlie" perfume girl in the long running ad campaign.
Was called "Whipping Boy" by her abusive stepfather.
Bob Williamson acted as her accountant and, upon his death, Hutton discovered that nearly $32 million, several years' wages, was gone. In his will, he left $2.5 million to his new wife, and nothing to Lauren Hutton - the rightful owner of most of his money.
21 October 2000 - admitted to the hospital after a motorcycle accident. She was riding with fellow stars Dennis Hopper and Jeremy Irons among others on a 100-mile ride celebrating the planned Guggenheim motorcycle exhibit. She was listed in serious but stable condition with multiple leg fractures and cuts and bruises. The accident could have been far more serious. Hopper insisted that she wear motorbike leathers, and Irons gave her a full-face helmet just minutes before her crash.
Was a Playboy bunny.
Member of the National Breast Cancer Coalition and Heartshare Human Services of New York.
Was the first model to negotiate a major cosmetics deal.
Appeared on cover of Vogue 25 times (1995).
Gap between her teeth
We have to be able to grow up. Our wrinkles are our medals of the passage of life. They are what we have been through and who we want to be. I don't think I will ever cut my face, because once I cut it, I'll never know where I've been.