Sandra Lee Net Worth

Sandra Lee Net Worth:
$20 Million
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Sandra Lee Net Worth: Sandra Lee is an American television personality and chef who has a net worth of $20 million. Born Sandra Lee Waldroop on July 3, 1966 in Santa Monica, California, she is best known for her Food Network Semi-Homemade cooking segment, which is based on the concept of using 70 percent premade products and 30 percent fresh items. In the early 1990s Lee created a product called Sandra Lee Kraft Kurtains, a home decorating tool which used a wire rack and sheets or other fabric samples to create decorative drapery, which she marketed through infomercials on television. She also produced a series of home improvement videos. In 1993, after only nine months of marketing Kurtain Kraft, Lee had grossed $6 million.

She was also made the host of another Food Network show called Money Saving Meals soon after the launch of Semi-Homemade. Additionally, Lee has published 25 books, including her 2007 memoir Made from Scratch, which tells of her hardscrabble beginnings. Lee has also launched other lines of home, garden and craft products which have been sold through Sears, Target and Walmart. Lee is a national spokesperson for Share Our Strength's No Kid Campaign and the anchor of their largest fundraiser, The Great American Bake Sale.

Sandra Lee married KB Home's CEO Bruce Karatz in 2001. She actually converted to Judaism for Bruce. Unfortunately the couple divorced in 2005. Sandra Lee has been romantically linked to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo since the fall of 2005. They share homes in the towns of Chappaqua and Poughkeepsie.

Sandra Lee Net Worth

Sandra Lee

Net Worth:$20 Million
Date of Birth:Jul 3, 1966 (55 years old)
Profession:Writer, TV chef, Chef, Author
Nationality:United States of America
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