Bethenny Frankel pitched the concept of a reality star union. She reportedly hired Bryan Freedman and Mark Geragos, two well-known Hollywood lawyers, to fight NBC and Bravo’s reality shows.

Bethenny Frankel Age:

Frankel was born on born November 4, 1970, and is currently 52 years old.

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Bethenny Frankel Career:

Frankel is an American author, businessperson, and television personality. In 2005, she finished second on the NBC reality competition program The Apprentice: Martha Stewart.

Frankel is most known for being an original cast member of The Real Housewives of New York City on Bravo. Three seasons of Bethenny Ever After, her spin-off series, were shown between 2010 and 2012, and Bethenny & Fredrik debuted in 2018. She was also the host of the HBO Max reality competition series The Big Shot with Bethenny and the Fox daytime chat show Bethenny.

Frankel founded the disaster relief program BStrong and the lifestyle brand Skinnygirl in addition to her job in television. She has also written four self-help books and is a YouTuber, podcast host, and presenter of two podcasts.

Bethenny Frankel Net Worth:

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Bethenny’s net worth is $70 million. 

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Bethenny Frankel Family:

Frankel is the only child of interior designer Bernadette Birk and horse trainer Robert J. Frankel. Her mother was a Welsh Roman Catholic, while her father was a German-Jewish. When Frankel was four years old, her father abandoned their family.

Bethenny Frankel Relationship:

Peter Sussman, an executive in the entertainment industry, and Frankel were married from 1996 to 1997. In March 2010, she tied the knot with pharmaceutical sales executive Jason Hoppy. They have one daughter, Bryn.

Frankel and Hoppy divorced in January 2021 following their separation in December 2012. She is now engaged to film producer Paul Bernon.

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With her attorneys, Frankel has charged NBC and Bravo with engaging in “deliberate attempts” to “manufacture mental instability” by providing its talent with “alcohol while depriving them of food and sleep, as well as denying mental health treatment for those displaying obvious and alarming signs of mental deterioration.”