How rich is Spencer Pratt?

Name: Spencer William Pratt

Born: August 14, 1983

Occupation: Television personality

Spencer Pratt, fair use

Spencer Pratt, fair use

Spencer Pratt was born on August 14, 1983 in Los Angeles, California. He is the brother of famous television personality, Stephanie Pratt.

Spencer earned his undergraduate degree in political science at the University of Southern California in 2013. It took him 10 years to complete the degree because he suspended his studies midway through in order to become famous.

Since 2009, Spencer has been married to fellow American television personality, Heidi Montag. Their relationship has garnered quite the buzz and still continues on to this date. They have both been arrested and jailed, they have faked their own divorce and they have been lambasted by the media, blaming the couple for “what’s wrong with America today.”

He made his television debut in 2005 when he starred in “The Princes of Malibu,” where he acted in the role of a manager/agent for the lead actor, Brody Jenner. After the series was canceled, he would earn a role in the hit television series “The Hills,” where he would meet his future wife. His role in the hit show would be critically acclaimed and would help him be a heartthrob for many young women.

During his tenure on the show, Spencer would appear on “I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!” for charity. In early 2013, Spencer and his wife would compete on the eleventh season of Britain’s “Celebrity Big Brother.” They also were the subject of a documentary special titled “After Shock: Heidi & Spencer.” Spencer and his wife would also partake in the TV series “Marriage Boot Camp.”

Despite their lavish lifestyle and spending close to $10 million, Spencer and his wife are broke.

We estimate that Spencer Pratt’s net worth is $1,000 (2015).

So how much is $1,000 really?

$1,000 could pay for just one day at a Malibu hotel. $1,000 could also buy you a dinner to one of the most expensive restaurants in Los Angeles, Malibu or Beverly Hills. $1,000 could also pay for some of your university textbooks.

 

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