Rudy Giuliani, an American attorney, public speaker & politician served as the 107th Mayor of New York City (1994- 2001). Giuliani, a Republican since the 80s, formerly was Associate Attorney General in the Department of Justice (1981- 1983) and US Attorney for the Southern District of New York (1983- 1989).
As of 2020, Rudy has an estimated net worth of $45 million.
Currently, Rudy works as an attorney to President Donald Trump & also was an informal cybersecurity adviser for (then) president-elect & current President Trump.
Over the years, Giuliani is famous for his relationship with Donald Trump including his defense for Trump on the collusion allegation with the Russian government for the 2016 Presidential Campaign.
Aside from these, the New York-native's fortune growth, as well as divorce alimony payments, are barely away from the media limelight.
Back in 2001, when Rudy earned $195,000 per year as the mayor of New York, Rudy was worth $3 million (mostly acquired through $3 million advances for 2 books.) including $7,000 in assets acquisition.
Thereafter in 2007, during his run for Republican's 2008 Presidential Campaign, Giuliani's fortune already had risen drastically between $18 million and $70 million (included $44.25 million in assets).
Meanwhile, as of February 2020, the Celebrity Net Worth reports 75-year-old Giuliani's net worth at $45 million.
Without a doubt, his career as an attorney gains him a wide fortune- on average an attorney in the United States makes $90328 per year.
But also, the venture in the security consulting business, Giuliani Partners LLC (founded by Rudy in January 2002) & paid public speaking engagements, proved a milestone of his drastic net worth rise over the years.
Reportedly, in 2006 only, from about 124 paid speakings, Rudy got hands in $11.4 million; each speaking charges upwards of $300,000.
Earnings Over The Years:
Soon after founding the Giuliani Partners LLC, Rudy's company gained wide fame as a lobbying entity & by 2006 (after 4 years of foundation), it had an estimated value of $15 million- it's barely a surprise that Rudy alone collected $4 million that year from the firm.
In January 2007, as per data from Finance Yahoo & The Richest, the financial move of the company reported $40 million in revenue, totaling $100 million in earnings over course of 5 years.
Rudy has stepped down to CEO & Chairman of Giuliani Partners in June 2007.
Moreover, he made a partnership with Bracewell & Patterson LLP in 2005 to expand a new New York-based firm Bracewell & Giuliani LLP, later joined by Marc Mukasey, the son of now-former Attorney General Michael Mukasey.
Later, in January 2016, he left the firm with the brand being re-branded as Bracewell LLP.
From January 2016 to May 9, 2018, he worked for the law firm Greenberg Traurig. Thereafter, in August 2018, Rudy joined the global consulting firm Freeh Group International Solutions.
Did you know? After Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman faced charges for campaign finance violations in 2019, Rudy was paid $500,000 to consult Lev Parnas' company named Fraud Guarantee.
Already married twice in his life, Rudy & his third wife Judith Nathan filed for divorce on April 4, 2018 (yet to finalize). Even though Giuliani agreed to pay $43,000 per month in support, Nathan asked for $63,000 per month.
As reported, while together, they shared 6 homes, which are on allegedly on the stake of the division with their split.
In June 2019, the now-split couple put their 2-bedroom & 2-bedroom condo in Palm Beach, Florida for sale asking $3.3 million, however, no sales ever came out. Giuliani & Judith bought the property in 2010 for $1.4 million.
Furthermore, they own other 4 properties across the United States: a home in Hampton, 2 condo in Florida & an apartment in New York; all totaling worth around $12 million now.
Here is the list:
As a matter of fact, Rudy, individually owns numerous real estate, though the further details are low-key.
Reportedly, he formerly owned a 1966 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Convertible (Lot #57) and a 1985 Cadillac De Ville but sold it before becoming New York Mayor in 1994.
Did you know? After Judith & Rudy filed for divorce, the legal papers revealed that the duo spent $230,000 per month for lavish expenses; while Rudy's alone made expenses of $12,000 per month on cigars.
After the 2008 Presidential Campaign, Rudy reportedly had $3.6 million in arrears, so pledged to appear at Republican fundraisers during the 2008 general election to cover the debts.
However, by March 2009, he still remained $2.4 million in arrears.
Rudy Giuliani has been married 3 times in his life, divorced with 2 & split with his third wife (is yet to finalize divorce). First, he was in a marital relationship with Regina Peruggi from October 26, 1968, until they annulled their marriage in 1982.
Then, on April 15, 1984, Giuliani married Donna Hanover (second wife) & welcomed 2 children: Caroline (born on August 22, 1989) and Andrew (born on January 30, 1986).
But, after 18 years of marriage, they divorced on July 10, 2002, with Donna receiving the alimony of $6.8 million.
Reportedly, Giuliani's son Andrew H. Giuliani works as Trump’s personal attorney entitled as "Special Assistant to the President and Associate Director of the Office of Public Liaison" & earns $95,000 per year.
On May 24, 2003, Rudy married Judith Nathan (third wife) & remained together for 16 years before they split & filed for divorce on December 10, 2019.
Rudy Giuliani was born Rudolph William Louis Giuliani on May 28, 1944, in Brooklyn, New York, the USA. He is the only child of
Harold Angelo Giuliani (1908- 1981) and Helen Giuliani (1909- 2002).
Raised a Roman Catholic, Giuliani hails from Italian ancestry.
He attended local Catholic school, St. Anne's & later enrolled at & graduated in 1961 at Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School. Giuliani obtained a degree in political science with a minor in philosophy at Manhattan College in Riverdale, Bronx.
In 1968, Rudy obtained cum laude with a Juris Doctor degree from New York University School of Law in Manhattan.