Amanda Lepore Net Worth is
Amanda Lepore Biography
Amanda Lepore was actually born as Armand on the 5th December 1967, in Cedar Grove, New Jersey USA, and is a model, singer, socialite and performer, best known as one of the most notable transgender public figures in America. Lepore’s career started in 1989.
Have you ever wondered how rich Amanda Lapore is, as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Lapore’s net worth is as high as $2.5 million, earned through her successful modelling career, and appearing on TV shows. Lapore also released her studio album in 2011 which improved her wealth too.
Amanda Lapore Net Worth $2.5 Million
Amanda Lapore was born a son of a German-American mother, who was a housewife schizophrenic and spent most of the time in mental hospitals, and an Italian-American father, a chemical engineer. She has an elder brother, but was profoundly isolated from her peers in high school, so her parents decided to send Amanda to a private school and took her to a psychiatrist to obtain a prescription for a Hormone Replacement Therapy – she subsequently made costumes for her transgender friend in exchange for hormones during her teen days.
Amanda had sex reassignment surgery when she was 19-years-old, in Yonkers, New York City, and moved permanently to New York in 1989. Lapore worked in a nail salon in the early ‘90s, and also as a cosmetics salesgirl for Patricia Field, but was also known as a nightlife figure. She met photographer and visual artist David LaChapelle while hosting at the Bowery Bar, and ultimately became his muse.
Lepore appeared in numerous fashion magazines such as French Playboy, Ponytail, DAMn, and TUSH, and also posed for the cover of Lords of Acid’s “Expand Your Head” album in 1999 and Thighpaulsandra’s album “The Lepore Extrusion” in 2006. Amanda had cameos in the documentary “Party Monster: The Shockumentary” in 1998, and in the film “Party Monster” in 2003, and also made brief appearances in “Zoolander” (2001) starring Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, and Will Ferrell, in the documentary “Dig!” (2004), and the comedy “Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild!” (2008), all of which contributed to her net worth.
Lepore also had cameos in numerous music videos for noted artists such as The Dandy Warhols, Elton John, Girl in a Coma, Thalía, Keanan Duffty, Grace Jones, TIGA, and The Drums. In 2010, Amanda was a Chief of Parade at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in Australia.
Lepore started her music career with the single “Deeper” in 2003, and then released her debut album “Introducing… Amanda Lepore” in 2005, and was then a part of the True Colors Tour in 2007, participating alongside such stars as The Dresden Dolls, Erasure, The Gossip, Rosie O’Donnell, Debbie Harry, The MisShapes, Rufus Wainwright, The Cliks, and Indigo Girls. She recorded three EP’s: “My Pussy” (2007), “Fierce Pussy (The Remix Album)” (2008), and “Cazwell and Amanda” (2010), before in 2011 releasing her first full studio album called “I…Amanda Lepore”,
Her face has been used for commercial purposes on a few occasions, including Swatch’s “Time Tranny” edition of watches in 1999, and the Amanda Lepore doll launched by Integrity Toys in 2006. She also owns her own cosmetic products line called “Collection Lepore”, so these businesses are also adding to her net worth.
Regarding her personal life, when still a male Amanda Lepore was married at the age of 17 to a bookstore owner, but left him before her departure to New York City in 1989. There is no news of any further relationships, including currently. Amanda still lives in New York City.
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|Full Name||Amanda Lepore|
|Net Worth||$2.5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||December 5, 1967|
|Place Of Birth||Cedar Grove, New Jersey, United States|
|Height||5 ft 1 in (1.57 m)|
|Nicknames||Armand Lepore , Lepore, Amanda|
|Movies||“The Zanctuary” (2016), “When My Sorrow Died: The Legend of Armen Ra & the Theremin” (2014), “Out in Manhattan” (2008), “Out on the Edge” (2004), “Party Monster” (2003), “Zoolander” (2001)|
|TV Shows||“Party Monster: The Shockumentary” (1998), “Dig!” (2004), “Sex and the City” (2003), “Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild!” (2008)|
|2||Is an omni-present NYC night-club personality|
|3||Acclaimed photographer David LaChapelle calls Amanda his "muse". Amanda's photos with David have appeared in magazines all over the world|
|Dumbo||post-production||Femme Fatale Murder Boss|
|The Zanctuary||2016||Short||Miss Divine|
|Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild!||2008||Transamerica Stewardess Debbie Gottakunt|
|MAC In-Store Movie||2007||Short||Pink Woman|
|La Dolce Vita||2006||Video||Fashion Show Guest|
|Sex and the City||2003||TV Series||Dancer|
|BearCity||2010||performer: "Cotton Candy"|
|Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild!||2008||performer: "Cotton Candy"|
|Another Gay Movie||2006||performer: "I Know What Boys Like"|
|Glory Daze: The Life and Times of Michael Alig||2015||Documentary||Herself|
|When My Sorrow Died: The Legend of Armen Ra & the Theremin||2014||Documentary||Herself|
|FNL's Flashback Friday||2014||TV Series||Herself|
|Fashion News Live||2005-2013||TV Series||Herself|
|The Little House That Could||2013||Documentary|
|One Zero One - Die Geschichte von Cybersissy & BayBjane||2013||Documentary||Herself|
|Under the Pink Carpet||2010||TV Series||Herself|
|The House of Venus Show||2005-2009||TV Series||Herself|
|Out in Manhattan||2008||Documentary||Herself|
|New Now Next Awards||2008||TV Special||Herself|
|Motherfucker: A Movie||2007||Documentary|
|La nudité toute nue||2007||TV Movie documentary|
|SexTV||2007||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|The Making of Michael Lucas' 'Dangerous Liaisons'||2006||Video documentary||Herself|
|The Tyra Banks Show||2005||TV Series|
|Queer Edge with Jack E. Jett||2005||TV Series||Herself - Celebrity Co-Host / Herself|
|Dangerous Liaisons||2005||Video||Herself - Non-sexual Role|
|Out on the Edge||2004||TV Special documentary||Herself|
|Faking It||2003||TV Series||Herself - Judge|
|Party Monster||2003||Herself (uncredited)|
|Party Monster||1998||Documentary||Herself (uncredited)|
|The Joan Rivers Show||1990-1993||TV Series||Herself|
|Black Velvet||2015||Documentary post-production||Herself|