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Carnie Wilson Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016
Carnie Wilson was born on the 29th April 1968, in Bel Air, California, USA. She is a singer, who is best known for singing with the pop band Wilson Phillips during the late 1980s and early 1990s. She is also recognized as a TV host and actress, best known for her roles in films such as “The Talk”, “Bridesmaids”, “Rachael Vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off” etc. She has been active in the entertainment industry since 1989.
Have you ever wondered how rich Carnie Wilson is? It is estimated from sources that the overall amount of Carnie’s net worth is over $24 million as of early 2016. Her careers in music and actress have earned her a big part of her wealth over time. Additional to this, Carnie has appeared as a TV host in various TV shows, and this has also added to her net worth. Another source of her wealth is coming from selling her autobiographical book.
Carnie Wilson Net Worth $24 Million
Carnie Wilson was brought up in a musical family by her father, Brian Wilson, the driving force behind the group The Beach Boys, and mother, Marilyn Rovell, who was also a singer. Under the influence of her musical surrounding, Carnie started showing singing skills very early. As a teenager, her career began in 1989, when she started the music group Wilson Philips, together with her friend Chynna Phillips and her sister Wendy. They managed to release two albums, before disbanding in 1993, selling around 12 million album copies in total, which greatly increased Carnie’s net worth. Afterwards, she and her sister continued making music, and released the Christmas album “Hey Santa!” in 1993, and then collaborated with their father and released the album “The Wilsons” (1997), but it failed to chart. Anyway, the group Wilson Phillips reunited in 2004, and since then, they have released three more albums, “California” (2004), “Christmas In Harmony” (2010), and “Dedicated” (2012).
Additionally in her music career, in 2006 Carnie released an album which consisted only of lullabies, entitled “A Mother’s Gift: Lullabies From The Heart”, and has also released a solo Christmas album, entitled “Christmas With Carnie”, adding to her net worth.
Apart from her successful music career, Carnie is also a respected television host, starting in 1995, when she served as a host of the talk show “Carnie”, until 1996. Five years later, she was selected to guest star in the popular TV series “Sabrina, The Teenage Witch” and “That 70s Show”. In 2006, she was a part of the “Celebrity Fit Club”, aired on VH1. To speak further of her accomplishments in the entertainment world, she was a host of the Newlywed Game from 2009 until the end of 2010, and she was also a part of the reality show “Celebrity Wife Swap”, in which she traded places with Tracey Gold.
In 2011, Carnie, her sister Wendy and Chynna were a part of the reality TV series “Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On”, which focused on their reunion and success of the band. Carnie also had her own reality show “Carnie Wilson: Unstapled”, which also increased her net worth. Most recently, Carnie is serving as a special guest host of the popular talk show “The Talk”, and there is a possibility she would become a regular host of the show.
When it comes to her personal life, Carnie Wilson has been married to Rob Bonfiglio, the guitarist of Blush, since 2000, and the couple has two daughters. Although, Carnie has a huge problems with her health because of her obesity, she has written his autobiography about it, entitled “Gut Feeling: From Fear and Despair to Health and Hope”, published in 2003. In March of 2013 she was diagnosed with Bell’s palsy, a paralysis of facial muscles – treatment is continuing.
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|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|2012||OFTA Film Award||Online Film & Television Association||Best Music, Adapted Song||Bridesmaids (2011)||· Chynna Phillips (music and lyrics by)
· Glen Ballard (lyrics by)
· Wilson Phillips (performed by)
|2010||Daytime Emmy||Daytime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Game Show Host||The Newlywed Game (2009)|
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|1||Release of her autobiography, "Gut Feeling: From Fear and Despair to Health and Hope". |
|2||Host of an infomercial for Bottom Line Health's "Secret Food Cures". |
|3||Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 41, a daughter Luciana Bella Bonfiglio. Child's father is her husband, Rob Bonfiglio.|
|4||Gave birth to her 1st child at age 36, a daughter Lola Sofia Bonfiglio on April 22, 2005. Child's father is her husband, Rob Bonfiglio.|
|5||Diagnosed with Bell's palsy. [March 2013]|
|6||Stepdaughter of Daniel Rutherford.|
|7||Sister-in-law of Danny Knutson.|
|8||A strict vegan and health food activist.|
|9||Both Carnie and her sister Wendy claim that their father's psychiatrist intentionally kept him away from them. Brian Wilson finally made peace with his daughters in early 2004.|
|10||Her parents divorced when she was 11.|
|11||17 months after her gastric bypass surgery, she has lost 150 pounds. |
|12||Carnie, along with former bandmates sister Wendy Wilson and Chynna Phillips, is writing songs for a reunion album--their first album since their break up 9 years ago. |
|13||Her father almost named her Carnation but decided to shorten it to Carnie.|
|14||She, along with her sister Wendy Wilson and Chynna Phillips, had their own short-lived music group Wilson Phillips.|
|15||Older sister of Wendy Wilson.|
|16||Underwent radical stomach surgery to help her lose weight in August, 1999, which was broadcast on the Internet. 50,000 people viewed the operation.|
|17||Married Rob Bonfiglio, guitarist for Blush, in 2000.|
|18||Daughter of Marilyn Wilson and Brian Wilson.|
|19||Niece of Dennis Wilson and Carl Wilson.|
|20||Niece of Diane 'Dee Dee' Rovell, who with Carnie's mother, Marilyn Wilson and their cousin, Ginger Blake, were members of the 60s girl-group, "The Honeys".|
|1||"I'm proof that surgery is not a magic potion. There are many ways to sabotage it. I didn't feel like myself, and I turned to alcohol because I couldn't turn to food anymore. Alcohol numbed me out for a while, then it got scary. I needed to get into recovery. It was a very private struggle, Rob (her husband) was pretty scared for me. I was always the one who was strong and in charge, and I let go. I've been clean and sober for almost two years. I stopped, I got healthy, and I got pregnant." (People, May 8, 2006)|
|2||"Was I a perfect gastric-bypass patient? Yes. Was I the perfect gastric-bypass pregnant woman? No. I made a decision to enjoy my pregnancy....So sue me! But I've learned a lesson: Next time I've got to watch the carbs." (People, May 8, 2006)|
|3||"...The B. F. Goodrich ad ran during the Rose Bowl. It was the first income I ever made, and my mom put it away for me. It was about $15,000 or $30,000. She said, 'You'll need this one day.' It's long gone, let me tell you!" (from a 1996 interview)|
|4||"My mother gave me a spiritual perspective. She felt her life was miraculous. She came from a poor background, one pair of shoes, from a loving Jewish family. She was fourteen when she met my dad. She married him at sixteen, and she had me at twenty. She grew up very fast. She taught me about karma: If you do something nice for someone, it'll come back to you. It's the most powerful thing on Earth. That's how I live my life." (from a 1996 interview)|
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