It seems like Vanderpump Rules star Lisa Vanderpump always has a new business venture on the go, doesn’t it? “My motto in life is find something that you love to do and then you won’t have to work a day in your life,” she says on her website.
Sounds like a good philosophy to us. In that spirit, here’s an even closer look at how Lisa has made all of that money over the years.
Lisa Vanderpump started making money at a young age
Lisa Vanderpump has been in the restaurant business for decades
Lisa Vanderpump didn’t launch SUR
Lisa Vanderpump keeps opening more restaurants
Ken Todd made his own money elsewhere
Vanderpump Pets, Vodka, Rosé and more
When you run an empire, it makes sense to branch out with swag. In that spirit, Lisa has also created a Vanderpump Estate Jewelry Collection, a pet accessories line at her Vanderpump Pets, her own tabletop collection called Vanderpump Beverly Hills, and a few signature bottles of booze including Vanderpump Vodka, Vanderpump Rosé and LVP Sangria. As if that wasn’t keeping her busy enough, she also runs a non-profit for pooches and she has her own line of emojis—called Vandermojis, naturally.
Lisa Vanderpump also runs a magazine
Because starring in a TV show, running restaurants, and making a slew of appearances for charitable organizations clearly isn’t enough for Lisa, in 2018 she also divided her time as the editor-in-chief of Beverly Hills Lifestyle, a magazine devoted to all things fabulous in the Hills. It’s not the first time Lisa has put pen to paper; she also authored the 2011 book, Simply Divine: A Guide to Easy, Elegant, and Affordable Entertaining.