RHOBH Star Eileen Davidson’s Net Worth

Eileen Davidson

Eileen Davidson, an alum of Bravo’s blockbuster reality series The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (RHOBH), revealed on Instagram on Friday that she is auctioning off some of the most memorable costumes she wore on the show, as well as from soap operas The Young and the Restless and Days of Our Lives. The 62-year-old actress was known for her roles as Ashley Abbott on The Young and the Restless and Kristen DiMera on Days of Our Lives. On Instagram, she wrote the following: Shoes, gowns, and overalls, among other goods, are being auctioned off and sold on eBay. All revenues from the auctioned goods will go to Project Angel Meals, a non-profit that helps sick people get food.

Eileen Davidson’s net worth has been investigated.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Eileen Davidson, an American actress, novelist, and former model, has a net worth of $3 million as of February 2024. The RHOBH alum received a Daytime Emmy Award for “Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series” for her performance on Days of Our Lives. This made her the second actress in history to win a Daytime Emmy for Lead Actress in a Soap Opera. In addition to her career in soap operas, she appeared in the film The House on Sorority Row and starred in the CBS crime series Broken Badges. Davidson collaborated on a series of mystery books with Robert J. Randisi in the 2000s.

Eileen Davidson

Davidson was born in Artesia, California, in 1959 and began her modeling career in Mexico City and California. She started a successful career in the entertainment sector by performing in films and soap operas on the advice of her agent, who urged her to take acting classes. The Real Housewives of Orange County actress has been married three times, first to actor Christopher Mayer and then to actor Jon Lindstrom. She is now matched to actor Vince Van Patten.

Jesse is the name of the couple’s kid. In 2014, Davidson received $750,000 each episode as a cast member on the popular Bravo reality television series The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The RHOBH alum was on Bravo’s blockbuster program for three seasons before leaving in what she believed was the most significant decision for herself and her family.