Television executive Anthony Stanislas Radziwill had a net worth of $50 million before his untimely demise in 1999. But he will be remembered for far more than his net worth – he left behind a legacy that anyone in his career field would be proud to have. Additionally, he was married to Carole Radziwill (nee Carole Di Falco), who was recently announced as a cast member on the latest season of the Bravo TV series The Real Housewives of New York City. An interesting bit of trivia about Radziwill: Since he was a member of the noble Radziwills of Eastern Europe, he was technically a holder of the title of "His Serene Highness, Prince Anthony Stanislas Radziwill." He never used this title, though.
In 1982, Radziwill earned a degree in broadcast journalism from Boston University. From there, his career in television got off to an auspicious start at NBC Sports, where he worked as an associate producer. During the 1988 Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea, he contributed to broadcasts of the Games that were later awarded at the Emmy awards for excellence in television broadcasting. In 1990, Radziwill filed a report on the rise of Nazism in the United States that earned him a prestigious Peabody award. Shortly after that, in 1994, Radziwill married Carole Di Falco, and five years after that he finally succumbed to a battle with cancer that had plagued him since the late 1980s, but had been in apparent remission for years after his initial diagnosis. Since his death in 1999, his mother Lee and widow Carole set up a fund to benefit struggling directors of documentaries in 2000. In 2005, Carole wrote an autobiography that centered around her late husband's battle with cancer. The book, What Remains: A Memoir of Fate, Friendship and Love was met with much acclaim and popular praise.