Lori Greiner Measurements, Bio, Age, Height, Family and Net Worth

Lori Greiner is an American Entrepreneur, and business and TV personality born on 9 December 1969 in Chicago, Illinois. Lori Greiner Measurements are 37-26-37, Age 51 years and Net worth is $150 million every year.

Lori’s Biography:

Lori’s parents divorced when Lori was just 8 years old. She graduated in communications from the Loyola University, Chicago. During her college times, she worked for The Chicago Tribune. Lori started her career in 1996 and initially worked with J.C. Penny. Her first ever designed product was an earring organizer.

She created many more products later among which many of them are organizers used for different purposes. In 2012, she became a part of the show Shark tank as a judge. She made a lot of investments in the show including Squatty Potty, Paint Brush Cover, Sleep Styler, Drop Stop, and Simply Fit Board.

Lori Greiner Personal Details

Real NameLori Husman Greiner
Age51 years
Date of Birth09-12-1969
Place of BirthChicago, Illinois, United Sates
Marital StatusMarried
Profession / OccupationTV personality, Entrepreneur, writer, business woman

Lori Greiner Measurements

Height5 feet 4 inches
Weight59 kg
Body Measurements37-26-37
Breast Size37 inches
Bra, Cup Size34C
Waist30 inches
Eyes ColorDark brown
Hair ColorLight brown
Shoe Size7.5 (US)
Dress Size8 (US)

Lori Greiner Family Details

Spouse / Husband NameDan Greiner (m. 2010)
Father NameUnknown
Mother NameUnknown

Lori Greiner

Lori Greiner Net Worth: 

According to the latest updates, Lori Greiner’s net worth in 2021 is estimated to be around $150 million. Lori is a successful entrepreneur, investor, inventor, and a famous TV personality. She is listed among one of the most successful Self-made women around the globe. She holds over 120 patents and has created more than 700 products. If roughly calculated, Lori earns around $5 million annually.

Interesting Facts about Lori Greiner:

  • Lori designed and patented an earring organizer in 1996. The organizer can accommodate around 100 earrings. It was picked up by J.C. Penny. Lori took a $300,000 loan for it which she returned in eighteen months.
  • In 2000, she started working with QVC. This was one of the best decisions that she made in her life. She was later titled as the Queen of QVC.
  • She is also the author of the book Invent it, Sell it, Bank it! – Make Your Million Dollar Idea into a Reality which was published in 2014.
  • The same year in 2014, she invested in cleaning tools company Scrub Daddy which was a huge success.
  • After her success on QVC she was also given a show Clever and Unique Creations.
Updated: February 24, 2021 — 2:17 pm