Camila Alves Net Worth: Camila Alves is a Brazilian model and designer who has a net worth of $6 million dollars. A model, entrepreneur, and television host, Camila Alves came to the US in her late teens to visit a family member and never left. After learning English, she began a successful modeling career and eventually began designing handbags with her mother, an artist. Her company became quite successful, and she now focuses on her design work. Born January 28, 1982 in Minas Gerais, Brazil, she is perhaps best known as the wife of actor Matthew McConaughey. Raised by her mother, an artist and designer, and her father, a farmer, Alves arrived in Los Angeles at the age of fifteen to visit her aunt and never left. After working for four years as a housecleaner and waitress, she mastered the English language and decided to make the United States her home. At the age of 19, Alves moved to New York City to pursue a career as a fashion model. Alves and her mother now design the Muxo line of handbags, which were conceived after experimenting for three years with various styles and designs. In 2010, Alves hosted the Bravo network's third season of its reality television show Shear Genius. In April 2012, Alves was signed on as the new face for Macy's clothing line I.N.C. International Concepts. Alves met American actor Matthew McConaughey in 2006 and the couple became engaged on Christmas Day 2011 and were married on June 9, 2012 in Austin, Texas, where they also reside. They have three children: son Levi (born 2008), daughter Vida (born 2010) and son Livingston (born 2012).
Camila Alves Net Worth
Date of Birth
Jan 28, 1982 (34 years old)
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
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