Jordan Belfort Wiki, Wife, Divorce, Girlfriend or Gay and Net Worth

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Jordan Belfort Wiki, Wife, Divorce, Girlfriend or Gay and Net Worth

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Date of Birth/Birthday July 09, 1962
Age 61 Years 7 Month(s)
Nationality American
Profession/Occupation Author
Working For/Engaged On Movies, TV Shows
Wife/Spouse Denise Lombardo(div.), Nadine Caridi(div.), Anne Koppe(Partner)
Married Not Now
Divorced Yes(Twice)
Girlfriend/Dating Anne Koppe(Partner)
Gay/Lesbian No
Ethnicity White
Net Worth $100 Million Dollars
Height/Tall 5 feet 7 inches(171 cm)
Weight N/A
Children/Kids Carter Belfort(son), Chandler Belfort(daughter)

Jordan Ross Belfort (age 52) is an American author, motivational speaker, and former stockbroker who pleaded guilty to fraud and related crimes in connection with stock market manipulation and running a boiler room as part of a penny stock scam. He has achieved great height of success in very short time. He holds an American nationality due to being born to American parents. At present he has been married for twice till the date. But his children details have not yet updated from any related source. Till the present time his net worth has not yet mentioned in any particular site. Yet he knows his fans and followers via individual interview.

Belfort was born in 1962 in the Bronx borough of New York City into a Jewish family. His parents, Leah and Max Belfort, are both accountants. He was raised in Bayside, Queens. Between completing high school and starting college, Belfort and his close childhood friend Elliot Loewenstern earned $20,000 selling Italian ice from Styrofoam coolers to people at a local beach. Belfort planned on using the money earned with Loewenstern to pay for a dental-school qualification and he enrolled in the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery; however, he left after the dean of the school said to him on his first day at the college: "The golden age of dentistry is over. If you’re here simply because you’re looking to make a lot of money, you’re in the wrong place." Belfort eventually graduated from American University with a degree in biology.

After graduating, Belfort became a door-to-door meat and seafood salesman in Long Island, New York. He claims in interviews and his memoirs that the business was an initial success; he grew his meat-selling business to employ several workers and sold 5,000 pounds of beef and fish a week. Belfort wrote two memoirs, The Wolf of Wall Street and Catching the Wolf of Wall Street, which have been published in approximately 40 countries and translated into 18 languages. A movie based on his books opened in 2013, starring DiCaprio as Belfort, Jonah Hill, and Margot Robbie; the film was written by Terence Winter and directed by Martin Scorsese. He wrote his first book in the days following his release from prison. He received a $500,000 advance from Random House, and before its release, a bidding war began for the book’s film rights. The former Assistant United States Attorney who prosecuted Belfort has said he believes some of the details in Belfort's book may have been "invented".

On addition he has also given motivational speeches. This has included a tour of live seminars in Australia entitled “The Truth Behind His Success”, in addition to other international appearances. In a 60 Minutes interview regarding his new career, Belfort stated of his previous life that his “greatest regret is losing people money”, and at one point in the interview, he stormed off the set when the interviewer asked if his current financial dealings were legitimate. He also runs sales seminars entitled “Jordan Belfort's Straight Line Sales Psychology”. When he first began speaking he focused largely on motivation and ethics, then moved his focus to sales skills and entrepreneurship.

Talking about his personal life, he was married to his first wife Denise Lambardo. But his married life did not end for long so it ended by divorce. Later he married to his second wife, Nadine Caridi, British-born, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn-raised model he met at a party. With Caridi, he has two children. Belfort and Caridi ultimately became separated following her claims of domestic violence, which were fueled by his problems with drug addiction and affairs with other women. They divorced in 2005.