She’s rich rich. When it comes to reality TV ~royalty~, there’s no one like Lisa Vanderpump. The Bravo TV star has brought a lot of well-deserved attention to the network — and money to her bank account — over the years.

How did the U.K. native collect so much cash? Let’s break it down. Keep scrolling to find out Lisa’s net worth and how she makes money!

What Is Lisa Vanderpump’s Net Worth?

Lisa has an estimated net worth of $90 million in 2023, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

How Does Lisa Vanderpump Make Money?

The television personality and her husband, Ken Todd, own four restaurants in West Hollywood, Los Angeles; SUR, PUMP, TomTom and Stonebaked pizzeria. The pair opened their first restaurant, former Beverly Hills eatery Villa Blanca in 2009. However, it closed its doors for good in 2020.

Lisa Vanderpump and Ken Todd
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Before she and her longtime love moved to the United States, they had already designed 26 of London’s hottest bars and restaurants as co-owners.

Additionally, Lisa launched a line of homewares called The Vanderpump Beverly Hills Collection by Pop Culture Promotions in 2014. Lisa and Ken launched a line of pet accessories called Vanderpump Pets in 2015. She also launched her very own set of emojis called Vandermojis in 2016.

The SUR boss wrote Simply Divine: A Guide to Easy, Elegant, and Affordable Entertaining in 2011. She was named editor-in-chief of Beverly Hills Lifestyle magazine in 2017.

When Did Lisa Vanderpump Join Reality TV?

Lisa first came onto the reality series scene as an original cast member on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in 2010. She stayed with the show through its ninth season and left the cast in 2019. During her heyday with the show that made her a household name, she was making $500,000 per season.

In 2013, Bravo gave the charismatic entrepreneur a spinoff series, Vanderpump Rules, based on the lives of her most glamorous employees: her waitstaff at SUR restaurant in West Hollywood. One decade later, the show is still on the air and has produced 10 explosive seasons. Lisa is reported to make $50,000 per episode.

Lisa also competed on season 16 of Dancing With the Stars in 2013 and was the second star to be eliminated that season.

Was Lisa Vanderpump an Actress?

From 1973 to 1995, Lisa starred in several film and TV projects, including horror film Killer Moon and the drama series Kids. During the height of her Housewives fame, she appeared in “G.U.Y.” music video with Lady Gaga and on an episode of Lisa Kudrow‘s The Comeback.