Name: Nicholas Joseph Viall
Born: September 29, 1980
Occupation: Reality TV star, model and executive
Nick Viall was born on September 29, 1980 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is the son of Mary and Christopher Viall and has 10 siblings.
Nick attended Waukesha North High School, where he won the 800-meter run at WIAA State Track & Field Championships. Upon graduation, Nick attended University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, earning a degree in accounting and supply chain management. He was also the captain of the Milwaukee Panthers and set a school record for the 3,200-meter relay run.
He is currently engaged to Vanessa Grimaldi, a special education teacher from Montreal, Quebec (see below).
Although Nick has worked as a software sales executive, Nick is known primarily as a reality TV star.
In 2014, Nick appeared as a contestant on the hit ABC reality television series “The Bachelorette.” Nick was one of the final two contestants, but lost to Josh Murray. He was a fan favorite, and returned in the next season of the show. Once again, he was one of the final two contestants, but lost to Shawn Booth. Nick then appeared in the third season of “Bachelor in Paradise,” and was in a couple of relationships on the show, including with Leah Block and Jen Saviano.
ABC announced that Nick would be the star of the 21st season of “The Bachelor” in 2016. Out of 30 women, Nick proposed to contestant Vanessa Grimaldi in the season finale.
Nick’s venture into reality TV would not end in “The Bachelor” universe. In March 2017, Nick became a contestant on the hit ABC reality TV series “Dancing with the Stars.” His partner was Petra Murgatroyd, a professional ballroom dancer. The duo was eliminated in May 2017.
Nick has been all over the media landscape by appearing on “Extra,” “Good Morning America,” “The Insider” and “Entertainment Tonight.” He announced soon after DWTS that he is finished with reality television.
We estimate that Nick Viall’s net worth is $250,000 (2017).
So how much is $250,000 really?
$250,000 could pay for intensive dance lessons. $250,000 could also help produce a reality television series.