Cynthia Bailey Net Worth : $800 Thousand
An American Fashion Model, Actress and Fashion School Owner
Cynthia Bailey Annual Income
$300 Thousand per season
United States of America
Source of Wealth
Modelling, Acting, Business
Date of Birth
February 19, 1968
Cynthia Bailey’s Total Net Worth
A successful model and reality TV star of the show ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’, Cynthia Bailey maintains a net worth of $800 thousand. As a first African American homecoming queen of her high school, Cynthia won several beauty pageants at a very young age. To take the profession of modelling ahead, she moved to New York City, at the age of 18 years. She posed for the cover of ‘Essence’ magazine, as her first booking.
In the beginning of her career, she went to attend the ‘Fashion Week’ in Milan and Paris, and dazzled the runways with her charisma. Cynthia has also been a stunning model for products, like Maybelline and Oil of Olay and, for magazines, like Vogue, Glamour, Elle, Essence, Vanity Fair, etc.
Her recognition in the modelling profession made her an eminent face for many giant stores, including ‘Neiman Marcus’ and ‘Lord and Taylor’. Cynthia has also done a couple of commercials for many popular brands, like Mercedes Benz, Levi’s, etc. She has also done one episode of ‘The Cosby Show’. She has also appeared on the television screen through shows, like ‘New York Undercover’, and co-hosted on BET TV. The diva also starred in the movie ‘Without You I’m Nothing’.
Cynthia has inaugurated her own modelling school, known as ‘The Bailey Agency School of Fashion’. In this school, students are given knowledge about photography, proper use of make-up, and how to pose for pictures and walk the runway.
She owns a beautiful $1 million three-story house at Atlanta, which she keeps on decorating with her own choices of interior designs.
Better known as Atlanta Housewife and supermodel, Cynthia Bailey, collaborated with the ‘Show Me the Way Foundation’. It is a non-profit organization that works for the youths, affected by terminal health issues and HIV/AIDS.
She has also supported the ‘Harris Home for Children Holiday Gala’, by serving as a keynote speaker in their event. It is a non-profit charity that provides a wide range of programs and services to the neglected, abused and abandoned youth, belonging to the age group 12 to 21.