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Though she is far from TV hosting for now and is busy focusing on her family life, there are other ventures that are backing up her net worth.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is a best-selling author of The G-Free Diet: A Gluten-Free Survival Guide. The book is based on her life when she suffered from celiac disease 7 years ago. Though she had to face some plagiarized allegations, the book did well selling wise.
Later she introduced her line of gluten-free products, No Gii. Her published work also includes Deliciously G-Free: Food So Flavorful They’ll Never Believe It’s Gluten-Free.
The Hasselbecks recently sold their Greenwich home in $4.56 million which they bought back in 2012 in $4.2 million. They sold the home in order to shift Nashville.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is the ex-host of Fox News Channel with an annual salary of $1 million and net worth of $12 million. She is regarded as one of the highest paid female television personalities.
Though popular as a brilliant anchor, she has extended her interest in other areas too. Her net worth is the combination of her many ventures.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is an influential anchor with a decade-long tenure in the industry
Hasselbeck didn’t limit herself to a TV host. Her interest in designing leads her to work with Puma shoes as a designer. She took part in a reality show "Survivor: The Australian Outback" and renowned herself as a reality star.
She served as a judge on a beauty pageant Miss Teen USA 2001 and hosted a fashion oriented program The Look For Less. She was working behind the camera when she finally auditioned for The View in 2013.
Hasselbeck has spent almost 10 years on the show The View as a permanent member of the panel but left the show in July 2013. Then, she replaced Gretchen Carlson and became the co-host of Fox & Friends.
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She successfully increased the show’s rating and the viewership of the show. She left the show in late 2015 to concentrate on her family and was replaced by Ainsley Earhardt.
Though she was a subject of controversies a number of times due to her conservative views, she made a place for herself in the industry due to her advocating nature rising major political and social issues.
As a TV journalist, she used to bag a handsome salary of $1 million per annum but her pay may not equate to other influential television personalities like Judge Judy and Pat Sajak.
It is a 7600 sq. feet home, they put on sale eight months ago. They were not getting the desired amount for the house so it took a long time for the sale.
Before this, they also owned two apartments located in Manhattan. Now, they will be residing in Nashville.
The couple coughed a little more than $2 million for a brick-built home in Belle Meade, Tennessee. The house consists of six-bedroom and six-bathroom.
As a television personality, reality star, actor, author, and designer, she has earned enough which led to being one of the richest celebrities in America. Elisabeth Hasselbeck's salary of $1 million and income from other ventures results in a net worth of $12 million.