Shaunie O'Neal is known as the producer of VH1's hit TV series "Basketball Wives" who has a whopping amount of net worth $35 million.
She made a massive fortune through her career as a TV producer, entrepreneur, actress, and philanthropist. Let's look at how Shaunie O'Neal aided her net worth.
Earning From 'Basketball Wives'
O'Neal made her TV breakthrough as the main cast of Basketball Wives, a reality series that features wives, girlfriend, or those romantically linked with NBA players. She received $40,000 per episode whereas her co-star Royce Reed earned $20,000 per episode.
In every season of series, she starred with many co-stars Royce Reed (season 1-4), Suzie Ketcham (Season 1-4), Gloria Govan (Season 1), Jennifer Williams (Season 1-4, Season 7-8), Evelyn Lozada (Season 1-8), and Tami Roman (Season 2-8).
Salary As Executive Producer
Apart from being a main cast in the series, Shaunie served as one of the executive producers of Basketball Wives ( in 94 episodes), and Basketball Wives LA ( in all 5 seasons). As an executive, O'Neal made $150,000 per episode from the original reality series.
As an actress
Shaunie O'Neal made her first TV debut through The Love Shaq (in 2009, TV special) and All-Star Comedy Jam (in 2009, a TV special documentary). Both shows were with her ex-husband Shaquille O'Neal. From shows, she earned some amount of money.
Entrepreneur and Instagram Earning
An executive producer has launched a shoe line called 'Shaunie's Must-Haves' with a price range of $79.95 to $200. Her company is in collaboration with Chinese Laundry.
On the other hand, O'Neal is adding sum up a decent amount from online promotional deals. She has 1.3 million followers on her Instagram account in username @shaunieoneal5. Through which she earns in the range of $2,583 - $4,305 per sponsored post.
Receives alimony and child support
On November 10, 2009, Shaunie and her former husband Shaquille O'Neal filed for divorce. It was finalized on May 11, 2011, with an agreement of $100,000 in monthly child support. Additionally, The Richest, in 2018, claimed that the yearly payment for alimony & child support was $5.04 million.
'Basketball Wives' actress is also active on social charity work. She has been supporting charitable organizations such as Hilarity for Charity, International Myeloma Foundation. Stand Up Career, and many more.
Likewise, her ex-husband donates time and money to charitable causes, including $1 million to the Boys and Girls Club of America to create technology centers in Clubs nationwide, in partnership with Microsoft Corporation.