If you’re a fan of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, then you already know Scott Disick is more than just a reality TV star. The father of three, who shares kids Mason, Penelope and Reign with ex Kourtney Kardashian is a businessman — and his staggering net worth proves it! Scott is worth an estimated $45 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. To learn more about how he makes his money, keep reading.
Scott Disick founded Talentless:
In August 2018, Scott launched a clothing brand called “Talentless.” While the name may be confusing to some people — ahem, Grandma MJ — Scott put quite a bit of thought into it. “I think it’s a big F-U to everybody in the world that basically said that anybody that was in the reality business 10, 15 years ago didn’t have talent,” he told GQ magazine in a May 2019 interview.
Scott Disick is an influencer:
Just like the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner family, Scott has been known to make some cash from Instagram advertisements. Who could forget the time Scott accidentally copied and pasted the instructions from a company for one of his ad posts?
Scott Disick is a reality TV star:
Scott has been on reality television since KUWTK started in 2007. Although the series came to an end in June 2021, the family now has a partnership with Hulu.
According to In Touch, Scott made $500,000 per episode of KUWTK in 2017. That figure likely went up before the show’s finale. Moreover, Scott appeared on his own spinoff, Flip It Like Disick.
Scott Disick gets paid for appearances:
Scott reportedly once made $80,000 for a nightclub appearance, per a 2016 GQ article.
Scott is known for dating younger women. Ex-girlfriend Sofia Richie was 16 years his junior, while Amelia is 18 years his junior. During part 2 of the KUWTK reunion special, host Andy Cohen asked the E! personality why he doesn’t date women his age.
“Everybody gets this wrong that I look for young girls,” Scott explained. “I don’t go out looking for young girls — they happen to be attracted to me because I look young. That’s what I’m telling myself.”