How rich is Lydia Hearst-Shaw?
Lydia Hearst-Shaw Net Worth:
|Profession:||Columnist, Actor, Model, Socialite|
|Education:||Sacred Heart University, Wilton High School|
|Parents:||Patty Hearst, Bernard Shaw|
|Movies:||Two for One, Swing State, Guys Reading Poems, Condemned, #Horror, Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero, Two Jacks, The Last International Playboy|
Lydia Hearst-Shaw Net Worth:
Lydia Hearst-Shaw Net Worth $100 Million
Lydia Hearst-Shaw is an American actress, fashion model, columnist, socialite, and heiress with an estimated net worth of $100 million. The American actress is 5’8 and weighs 116 pounds. Lydia Marie Hearst-Shaw was produced on September 19, 1984 in Wilton, Connecticut.Hearst-Shaw was born into a wealthy family. She is an heiress to the printing fortune established by her great-grandfather, William Randolph Hearst. After graduating from Wilton High School,Hearst Shaw matriculated to Sacred Heart University where she studied communications technology. While attending the university,Hearst Shaw was detected by famed fashion photographer Steven Meisel.
Lydia Hearst Shaw got her first modeling job posing in the cover of Italian Vogue. She’s gone on to cover multiple covers of Vogue’s international editions. The model modeled topless in the May 2009 issue of GQ Italia as well as Vogue. Hearst Shaw got a minor role in the CW’s hit show Gossip Girl, as Lily can der Woodsen’s fashionable interior designer in the Season 1 finale. In 2008 Hearst-Shaw also appeared in Tara Subkoff’s short trend film for Bebe about a starlet who’s stalked by the paparazzi. She starred in a independent film entitled The Last International Playboy(2009).
Oxygen is placed to debut a reality show in early 2014 called The Face in which Hearst Shaw will function as a supermodel trainer for the show’s rivals. The show will also feature supermodels Naomi Campbell and Anne Vyalitsyna. Lydia Hearst-Shaw is an American actress, model and writer who has a net worth of $100 million dollars. The 2008 Supermodel of the entire year in the Michael Awards continues to be in ads for Prada, Louis Vuitton, MAC Cosmetic, DKNY and Alexander McQueen. She penned columns in “Page Six” magazine before it was axed and now writes for lovelydiahearst.com where she blogs about fashion and lifestyle. Hearst has had several TV and film appearances, including credits on “Mistresses”, “Two Jacks”, “Delirium”, “Car Waltz”, “Trigger”, “Desire”, “Condemned”, “Cabin Fever: Patient Zero”, “Velvet Morning”, and “Gossip Girl”. Mistresses appeared in music videos for Miles Fischer, Cisco Adler and Johnny Polygon, and is part of reality show “The Face”. Hearst is the heir to the bundle of publishing giant William Randolph Hearst. She’s a Grin Ambassador for Operation Smile and won a Catwalk For Charity Humanitarian Award.