Elisabeth Hasselbeck is an American TV personality who rose to fame following her appearance on the second season of the American version of Survivor as a contestant. She won
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Talk Show Host for co-hosting the talk show, The View, for nearly a decade.
Elisabeth DelPadre Hasselbeck
Elisabeth was born onMay 28, 1977, in Cranston, Rhode Island, USA. She is currently 40 years old.
She attended St. Mary School in Cranston, and then went to St. Mary Academy – Bay View in East Providence, where she graduated in 1995.
Hasselbeck went on top enroll at the Boston College, where she captained the women’s softball team for two seasons, winning consecutive Big East championships. She graduated with a BFA in 1999.
- Father – Kenneth Filarski (Architect)
- Mother – Elizabeth DelPadre (Catholic-School teacher and Lawyer)
- Siblings – Kenneth, Jr. (Practicing Attorney and Musician)
Tim Hasselbeck (m. 2002)
Tim Hasselbeck – Elisabeth Hasselbeck has been dating former American football player Tim Hasselbeck since they were in college together. The couple got married on July 6, 2002. They have three children – a daughter, Grace Elisabeth (born in 2005), and two sons, Taylor Thomas (born in 2007), and Isaiah Timothy (born in 2009).
- In feet – 5 feet 4 inches
- In centimeters – 162 cm
- In meters – 1.62 m
- In Kilograms – 50 kg
- In Pounds – 110 lbs
- Measurements – 34-24-34
- Bust – 34 inches
- Waist – 24 inches
- Hip – 34 inches
- Bra Size – 32C
7 (US) / 5 (UK)
She hasn’t appeared in any films.
Elisabeth was first cast in the Survivor: The Australian Outback in 2001, which was the second season of the American CBS competitive reality television series Survivor. She caught the eyeballs of the audience as one of the contestants and became instantly popular amongst the American households.
The same year, she was a judge at the Miss Teen USA 2001 pageant.
She hasn’t endorsed any brands or products.
In 2009, Elisabeth Hasselbeck won the award for Outstanding Talk Show Host along with the three other hosts of ‘The View’ at the 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck Net worth
The outspoken conservative talk-show host Elisabeth Hasselbeck has an estimated net worth of $18 million dollars as of 2017 with average annual earnings of $3 millions dollars. She is one of the highly reputable hosts in American television industry, who has been the face of several popular talk shows. Hasselbeck is one of the highest paid television stars in history, who has inspired several thousands of young aspiring future television personalities.
Elisabeth has recently bought a luxury mansion in the Belle Meade community outside Nashville, which sits on a spacious one acre land. This beautiful house has six bedrooms and six full and three half bathrooms in just over 7,100 square feet. The double-height foyer is flanked by a library/office and a formal dining room, while the main living room has a fireplace, and opens to both an eat-in kitchen and an ample, screened porch with a brick fireplace. A media room on the upper floor is soundproofed with cork-lined walls.
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Elisabeth Hasselbeck Facts
Before trying out luck in the television space, Elisabeth Hasselbeck had worked with Puma as a designer.
Elisabeth’s breakthrough in her life happened when she appeared in a reality show, Survivor: The Australian Outback as one of the contestants.
Thereafter, everything happened in her life from hosting the talk show, The View to the Fox’s morning talk show, Fox & Friends, had came from her string onscreen persona and hard-work.
She hosted The View show for 10 years that earned her international fame and recognition, and of course, fueled up her net worth too.
Elisabeth suffers form celiac disease that inspired her to write a a couple of dietary books to create awareness about the disease.
Hasselbeck also runs an online business, Nogii which she founded with her husband that sells gluten free protein snacks.