Celebrity Dog-trainer Cesar Millan has written 8 books on training dogs, and has successfully completed 9 season of Dog Whisperer. Hence, the National Geographic Channel's superstar trainer is worth $45 million earned from his successful reality shows on Dogs.
He reportedly claimed around $250 thousand per season of his first dog training show from National Geographic Channel. Likewise, he also has had a great career with Nat Geo's Cesar 911, for which he claimed over $200 thousand per season.
House In L.A
Cesar Millan made a buzz in the media for buying a L.A house. His Studio City house was reportedly let out on the marker for $1.8 million. As per L.A Times, the traditional house was constructed in 2012 and features a living room with a kitchenette, a balcony, five bedrooms and 4.25 baths.
Further, the house is decorated in an ensuite-style and the cook invites you to sit and linger with a large island / bar and a relaxing breakfast nook. Personalized cabinetry provides plenty of space for visitors and family gatherings.
Millan loves driving cars but as his job is much demanding, he usually flaunts SVs or Truck like cars. Though he has a Mercedes, he usually flaunts his trucks with dogs he rescues, trains and lives with.
He also has donated a few cars to local rescue center in L.A. Which means, despite all criticisms about his training methods, he is taking care of dogs that go stray!
Sells Dog-Products From his Own Website
Cesar Millan is not only into shows, but he is also into selling dog products; his products range from clothes, collars, dog food and toys. The star personality easily makes over a million dollars of flat profit given his reputation in the business.
Settled his Divorce for $400 thousand
Divorce is a big deal for anyone, when Cesar found out that his wife was trying to get a divorce from him, he even tried committing a suicide. But, later he and his wife Ilusión Wilson (married since 1994), separated with a battle Los Angeles like, court drama.
To settle the fiasco, the dog whisperer star reportedly paid $400 thousand for non disclosure agreement he made his former spouse sign. Along with that, she claimed $23,000 a month in spousal support and $10,000 a month in child support for their two sons. Likewise, he was ordered to move out of his L.A home as a part of the settlement, to which he actually paid an undisclosed sum to be able to keep his house to himself.
So, hopefully, these points are evident to prove that Cesar Millan has earned some serious bucks, despite being a neutralized American from his 16 years long and successful TV career. For more, keep up, with us!