Chrishell Stause is a television personality and real estate agent who rose to prominence as the star of the Netflix reality series Selling Sunset. She has also received attention for her work on ABC’s All My Children and NBC’s Days of Our Lives. By 2022, Chrishell Stause’s net worth is expected to reach $5 million.
Chrishell Staus’s net worth is unknown.
Chrishell is assessed to have a net worth of $5 million by Celebrity Net Worth. She made her acting debut on All My Children and Days of Our Lives.
After retiring from acting and acquiring her real estate license, Chrishell began working with The Oppenheim Group. She has also appeared on the reality show Dancing With the Stars. She apparently paid $3.3 million for a property last year.
Chrishell Stause’s Career
She began her career as an actress on ABC’s All My Children, where she landed her first major role. She took over as Amanda from Alexis Manta. Chrishell Stause joined the Los Angeles-based comedy troupe ‘The Groundlings’ following her appearance on All My Children. After being a member of this humorous ensemble, she moved on to star in the NBC soap opera ‘Days of Our Lives in 2013. She appeared on the show as a guest star for a few episodes before departing in 2015. In 2019, she made a triumphant return to the series.
Since she sold Sunset, Chrisell Stause’s future career has been a wild journey. In 2017, she starred in the suspense film “Eve of Abduction.” She then decided to give up acting in order to pursue a career as a real estate agent.
However, her fortunes altered when she was cast in the television series Selling Sunset. She was able to juggle both of her occupations while still gaining notoriety for her work in this series. In the series, she had the opportunity to showcase her selling abilities as well as her general sales competence.
She worked for the Oppenheim Group, a well-known luxury real estate firm in Los Angeles. She was a regular on the show until season 4, and we anticipate a larger role for her in season 5.
She is also an actor and a real estate agent. She recently published her debut novel, “Under Construction.” The book has already garnered over 500 reviews on Amazon and has sold a few copies.
Chrishell Stause’s Childhood
Chrishell was born in Kentucky on July 21, 1981. Her given name is derived from the day her mother gave birth in a Shell petrol station. Chris, a waiter, stepped in to assist her. Chrishell is a combination of the attendant’s name and the gas station’s location.
Shoda, her older sister, is a reality television star as well. They grew up in a trailer park due to their family’s poverty. Stause was homeless for a while in high school, during the seventh and tenth years.
Despite the challenges, she was able to attend Murray State University. She earned a bachelor’s degree in theatre from the university in 2003. She quickly began pursuing her vocation following college.
Chrishell Stause’s Boyfriend and Personal Life
Matthew Morrison, an actor, dancer, and singer, was in a relationship with Chrishell Stause. She was engaged to Matthew from December 9, 2006, to December 9, 2007. It is unknown why they ended their relationship. She began dating actor Justin Harley in January 2014. Two years later, they announced their engagement, and on October 28, 2017, they married. Justin filed for divorce in November 2019, two years after the couple married, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the breakup.
Chrishell was unaware Stause had filed for divorce until he texted her 45 minutes before the news broke. In December 2019, she filed for divorce, contesting Hartley’s declared separation date of July 8, 2019. The couple finalized their divorce on February 22, 2021. Following that, she was involved for two months with South African dancer Keo Motsepe.
Stause announced on Instagram in July 2021 that she is dating Jason Oppenheim, her boss, and co-star on Selling Sunset. However, the romance did not last long, and it terminated in December 2021.
Chrishell Stause’s Net Worth
Surprisingly, The Oppenheim Group’s agents do not get a salary; instead, they are compensated through commissions on each sale.
These commission payments are always substantial, as the mansions are frequently valued in the tens of millions of pounds.