Lori Greiner was born on December 9, 1969 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Lori spent most of her childhood days in North Side, Chicago. Her mother is a psychologist and her father is a real estate developer. Lori attended Loyola University Chicago where she majored in Communications on journalism, television, and film.
Career and path
Lori Greiner gained recognition when she patented a jewelry box. In a year, Lori Greiner became rich through the sales of her earrings. Lori gained wide recognition when she joined the reality TV series, Shark Tank in 2012. She then went on to invest in Scrub Daddy, which is a texture changing households sponges. The sponges were sold rapidly. Furthermore, she has invested in companies like Readerest, Paint Brush Cover, FiberFix, Squatty Potty, Screenmend, and more. Lori Greiner is the author of Invent it, Sell it, Bank it! – Make Your Million Dollar Idea into a Reality which has become a Wall Street Journal Best Seller. She is also regarded as The Queen of QVC.
Marriage and personal life
Lori Greiner’s marital status shows that she is married and living happily. She I married to husband, Dan Greiner. Her husband, Dan Greiner was a controller at Bell & Howell and is the manager of For Your Ease Only, Inc. The couple does not have any children. Lori loves kids and most probably soon have some children.
Fact, bio, and height
Lori Greiner is currently 46 years old. Lori Greiner has a perfect hourglass shaped body because she is very much focused in eating healthy and exercising regularly. Lori Greiner’s feet size is known to be 7.5. Lori Greiner’s feet perfectly complement her slender and sexy legs. We have included List of the sexiest barefoot, high heels, sandals, open-toed shoe and beach time pictures of Lori Greiner. Lori Greiner net worth is estimated to be $ 50 million. Her net worth has been accumulated from her huge salary coming from the sales of her jewelry and cosmetic line. The bio of the very talented and beautiful, Lori Greiner can be found on various social media sites like Wikipedia, Twitter, Facebook and more.