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Selling Sunset on Netflix is all about glamour, luxury and expensive houses most of us will never get the privilege of even stepping foot inside, let alone living in. The real estate agents at The Oppenheim Group sell the priciest houses in LA to the richest people there – but the cast of Selling Sunset have some pretty impressive net worths themselves.

They make thousands in commission every time they sell the huge properties, and many have had other jobs in lucrative industries before as well. And not to mention the actual Oppenheim twins, who run the most successful real estate agency in the area and are now absolutely rolling in it.

According to Celebrity Net Worth and other reports about them and their worths, here is just how the rich the Selling Sunset cast actually are.

Romain Bonnet – $500k (£375k)

The net worths of the cast of Selling Sunset on Netflix, Romain Bonnet

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Romain is a model, and first moved to LA as a pastry chef. He works in construction now, and recently joined The Oppenheim Group as a project manager for many of the listings.

Amanza Smith – $1million (£750k)

Amanza Smith net worth

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Before joining The Oppenheim Group as a real estate agent, Amanza used to work as an interior designer and home stager. She’s also worked as a model, with one job including being a briefcase model for Deal or No Deal. Amanza joined the cast of Selling Sunset in season three, and now has a net worth of an estimated $1million.

Maya Vander – $1million (£750k)

Maya Vander net worth

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Maya has made most of her money through real estate. She’s been working for The Oppenheim Group in LA for several years and also works with Douglas Elliman Real Estate in Miami.

Mary Fitzgerald – $1million (£750k)

The net worths of the cast of Selling Sunset on Netflix, Mary Fitzgerald

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Mary has earned her impressive net worth through a long career in real estate. She has been working for The Oppenheim Group for 10 years and previously sold property in London and New York.

Davina Potratz – $2million (£1.5million)

Davina Potratz net worth

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Davina has previously been a model and worked in the entertainment industry. She’s just left The Oppenheim Group in a “purely business” decision, after a rivalry agency offered her an opportunity she said she couldn’t refuse. She’s worth $2million but her net worth would rise considerably if she sold that $75million listing, mind you.

Christine Quinn – $2million (£1.5million)

The net worths of the cast of Selling Sunset on Netflix, Christine Quinn

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Christine has had a very impressive career. She started in the entertainment and fashion industry before settling into her career in real estate. Now, she makes thousands in commission as an agent. Her husband Christian is estimated to be worth around $20million (£15million), too.

Heather Rae Young – $3million (£2.25million)

Heather Rae Young net worth

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Before becoming a realtor, Heather worked as a model. She began her career as a professional model at the age of 18 and has done shoots for Playboy. Heather also used to be a pilates teacher and has had some minor TV and film roles.

Emma Hernan – $3million (£2.25million)

Emma Hernan net worth

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On The Oppenheim Group website, Emma describes herself as a “self-made millionaire” and she has a reported net worth of $3million. Emma was previously a model, and started working in business aged just 14, when she began investing. She was reportedly helping to finance her family’s business by the age of 17. As well as being in real estate, Emma is a successful entrepreneur. She works in vegan food, and is the CEO of her own frozen food company called Emma-Leigh & Co, which launched in 2020.

Vanessa Villela – $5million (£3.75million)

The net worths of the cast of Selling Sunset on Netflix, Vanessa Villela

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Vanessa has a reported net worth of $5 million, which has mostly been earned through her successful acting career in Mexico before she became a real estate agent in LA. She began her acting career early in life performing in a variety of TV shows and soap operas. Her works, including El Señor de los Cielos, Una Maid en Manhattan, and Eva Luna, have been televised in over 120 countries.

Chrishell Stause – $5million (£3.75million)

Chrishell Stause net worth

via Netflix

Out of all the realtors, Chrishell has the most bucks. She’s one of the agency’s most successful agents at the moment, and before that had a career in acting. Her previous television roles include Amanda Dillon in All My Children and Jordan Ridgeway in Days of Our Lives.

Brett and Jason Oppenheim – $50million each (£37.5million)

The net worths of the cast of Selling Sunset on Netflix, Jason Oppenheim

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Nobody should be surprised that the Oppenheim brothers have the highest net worths of all the Selling Sunset cast members – they literally own the business. Both of the guys are qualified lawyers and had a career in law, also working with celebrity clients, before heading up the number one luxury real estate company in LA.

Season four of Selling Sunset is available on Netflix now. For all the latest Netflix news, drops, quizzes and memes like The Holy Church of Netflix on Facebook. 

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• Exactly why Davina left The Oppenheim Group ahead of Selling Sunset season four

Featured image via Instagram @themaryfitzgerald. 

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Ireland reports 1st case of Omicron variant of Covid-19, says govt



Ireland has detected its first case of the Omicron coronavirus variant, said the country’s Department of Health.

The case is associated with travel from one of the southern African countries that have been declared by the Irish government as high-risk countries for the spread of the new variant, the department added on Wednesday in a statement, without giving further details.

The Irish national radio and television broadcaster RTE reported earlier on Wednesday that the Dublin-based National Virus Reference Laboratory had carried out tests on a number of samples over the weekend and one of the eight samples that underwent genome sequencing was confirmed having the Omicron variant.

The report said scientists are not aware of any additional cases associated with the confirmed case, and there is no evidence of community transmission of the variant so far, Xinhua news agency reported.

The Irish government last Friday declared seven southern African countries as high-risk countries where the Omicron variant was first detected, advising against all non-essential travel to and from these countries by tightening the issuance of visas.

The seven countries are Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe.

The government also ruled that Irish citizens returning home from these countries shall undergo strict home quarantine with two PCR tests during quarantine.

The Irish Department of Health on Wednesday reported 3,793 new Covid-19 cases, bringing the national tally to 573,905.

Till date, there have been a total of 5,707 deaths related to Covid-19 in Ireland, including 55 deaths newly reported in the past seven days, said the department.



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Interactive map shows where the Covid omicron variant has been detected



From the U.S. to Germany and Saudi Arabia to Australia, the Covid-19 omicron variant has spread to dozens of countries globally.

The World Health Organization has labeled omicron, which was first detected by South African scientists, a “variant of concern” due to a large number of mutations that could make the variant more contagious.

Much remains unknown about the variant, initially referred to as B.1.1.529. Scientists are studying if it is more transmissible, causes more severe illness and deaths, as well as whether tests, therapeutics and vaccines are effective against it.

Still, the emergence of the omicron variant has led some countries to tighten border restrictions and triggered fresh concerns about the health of the global economy. Meanwhile, dampening investor sentiment rocked global markets.

Ratings agency Moody’s said the omicron variant has injected new uncertainty just as many countries were moving to a semblance of post-pandemic normalcy.  

“The discovery of Omicron underscores our view that the COVID-19 pandemic remains a health threat, as well as the chief source of uncertainty to the global economy and a driver of financial market volatility,” Moody’s said in a Tuesday report.

The Covid pandemic — which started early last year — has seen more than 263 million reported infections globally and over 5.2 million known deaths, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University as of Wednesday.

More than 8 million doses of Covid vaccine have been administered, Hopkins data showed. But many low-income countries — particularly those in Africa — have vaccinated less than 10% of their population, according to statistics by online repository Our World in Data.  

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Global Covid caseload tops 263.45 million



Washington: The global coronavirus caseload has topped 263.45 million, while the deaths have surged to more than 5.22 million and vaccination to over 8.03 billion, according to Johns Hopkins University.

In its latest update on Thursday morning, the University’s Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) revealed that the current global caseload and death toll stood at 263,455,239 and 5,223,909 respectively. And the total number of vaccine doses administered was 8,036,770,046.

The US continues to be the worst-hit country with the world’s highest number of cases and deaths at 48,692,483 and 782,099, respectively according to the CSSE.

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The second worst-hit country in terms of cases is India (34,596,776 infections and 469,247 deaths), followed by Brazil (22,105,872 infections and 614,964 deaths).

The other worst countries with over 5 million cases are the UK (10,333,583), Russia (9,500,836), Turkey (8,820,114), France (7,829,045), Iran (6,121,757), Germany (5,953,718), Argentina (5,332,629), Spain (5,174,720) and Colombia (5,071,817), the CSSE figures showed.

Nations with a death toll of over 100,000 are Mexico (294,428), Russia (271,091), Peru (201,176), the UK (145,585), Indonesia (143,840), Italy (133,931), Iran (129,912), Colombia (128,528), France (120,112) and Argentina (116,589).

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