By mere association with the Kardashians, you already know that Caitlyn Jenner is filthy rich. No matter what the Kardashian-Jenner family does, everything they touch immediately turns into gold. With that in mind, you’re probably wondering just how much Caitlyn Jenner is actually worth.
As of 2016, Caitlyn Jenner is worth $100 million.
She is currently profiting from all of her public and television appearances – namely from the show that was dedicated entirely to her transition, I Am Cait. In addition to those entertainment riches, she is also making a pretty penny from several personal business ventures. Let’s take a closer look at her financials, shall we?
Jenner made the United States Olympic team in 1972 – only the mere beginning of her immense career success. After coming in tenth in the decathlon at the Olympics in Munich of the same year, Jenner began to train more seriously in order to do better. In 1974, Jenner won the men’s decathlon event and the French national championship, meaning that her training most certainly paid off. Jenner later won a gold medal and tournament record at the 1975 Pan-Am Games.
In 1976, Jenner set a new world points record which held for the next four years. This transformed Jenner into a national hero at the time. Jenner would take advantage of the fame and make immense profit from spokesperson roles for several products. Jenner additionally made numerous film and TV appearances in the 1970s.
In the 1980s, Jenner went to the stage. Jenner starred in several made-for-TV movies – The Golden Moment: An Olympic Love Story and Grambling’s White Tiger. She became a semi regular cast member in the police series, CHiPs.
Jenner licensed her name in the early 1980s to David A. Cirotto for the Bruce Jenner’s Centers For Nautilus & Aerobics.
Jenner also appeared in the video games, Olympic Decathlon and Bruce Jenner’s World Class Decathlon.
In 1986, Jenner participated in the IMSA Camel GT series. Her first victory came in the same year in the 12-hour endurance race. She claims that she was much more of a “bad*ss” as a runner than as a car driver.
Choosing to continue capitalizing off of her athletic fame, Jenner became the host of an infomercial stair-climbing exercise machine, thanks to the advice of Kris Jenner.
Jenner returned to television in 2002 in an episode of The Weakest Link. In the following year, she was part of the cast of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!.
In 2005, she was partnered with Tai Babilonia for Skating With Celebrities. She was eliminated during the fifth of seven episodes. She also served as a guest judge on Pet Star.
In 2007, Jenner began starring in the television series, Keeping Up With The Kardashians. I don’t need to tell you how much money that shows rakes in, do I?
In 2015, Jenner came out as a trans woman. In the same year, she garnered media attention through her television series, I Am Cait, which documented her transition. In 2016, the second series of the documentary was aired on the E! network.