Selling Sunset: Christine Quinn addresses her jaw-dropping earnings

Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn speaks out on rumours she’s earned a whopping $9 MILLION in commission as the Oppenheim Group’s top realtor

Christine Quinn has become a cult hit in 2020, thanks to her TV ‘villain’ status on Netflix show Selling Sunset.

Alongside her TV stardom, Christine is still working hard selling LA’s most lavish homes to the rich and famous.  

But despite her success, the 31-year-old refused to confirm her rumoured huge earnings for 2019 in an interview with The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Wednesday. 

Top dollar: Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn addressed her rumoured earnings for 2019 in an interview with The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Wednesday 

Radio hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson asked Christine about reports she earned a whopping $9million last year in commission as the top seller in her brokerage, The Oppenheim Group.

‘I don’t think that number’s quite true but I’ll take it,’ she said with a laugh. 

Christine’s net worth is reportedly $2million (AU$2.8million), according to The Sun.  

She is the wife of retired tech entrepreneur Christian Richard, 41, whose net worth is significantly higher at $20million (AU$28.16million).

Grilling: Radio hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson asked Christine about rumours she earned $9million last year. ‘I don’t think that number’s quite true but I’ll take it,’ she said

The couple married in December 2019, during the third season of Selling Sunset, in a gothic winter wonderland-themed wedding.

‘I always wanted to have more of a production than a wedding,’ Christine, who is originally from Texas but now lives in Los Angeles, told Kyle and Jackie O.  

‘I wanted people to take away a different feeling and so that’s what I was really going for.’

Before starring in Netflix’s Selling Sunset, Christine appeared in NCIS: Los Angeles and Hot Tub Time Machine as an actress.

Multi-talented: Before starring in Netflix’s Selling Sunset, Christine appeared in NCIS: Los Angeles and Hot Tub Time Machine as an actress

She got into real estate after deciding to take a break from showbusiness, but ‘wasn’t even supposed to be good at it’.

‘I was like, “Oh, okay, I’m making money. This has serious potential.” So that’s how it kind of worked out,’ Christine said. 

‘Then I kind of lucked out because they were like, “Hey, want to be on a TV show?” I was like, “Great. I get the best of both worlds.”‘ 

While she hasn’t confirmed her real estate earnings, Christine has previously admitted she spends thousands on her enviable wardrobe and looks.

Married: Christine is the wife of retired tech entrepreneur Christian Richard, 41, whose net worth is significantly higher at $20million (AU$28.16million)

Christine has made no secret of the fact that she has had cosmetic surgery, and is passionate that people should be honest about any procedures they’ve undergone.

She told Vogue recently: ‘I’m all about plastic surgery truth-bearing. It’s important in a world where there’s this facade of social media causing people to have body dysmorphia. 

‘People think that [things are] real, and it’s not. I tell people all the time: I got my boobs done, I get my lips done, tons of Botox, tons of make-up.

‘How I look on Selling Sunset is not how I look when I wake up in the morning.

‘Lucked out’: She got into real estate after deciding to take a break from showbusiness, but ‘wasn’t even supposed to be good at it’

‘The full start to finish, including wardrobe, is around two-and-a-half to three hours. My glam isn’t cheap, either – $1,000 a day, if I go all out. It’s expensive to look this cheap.’   

Christine has also confirmed that Selling Sunset will have a fourth season but ‘it’s just a matter of when and how it’s going to happen’ due to the coronavirus pandemic.

‘It’s really difficult right now. Netflix shut down production on some shows they were filming because of COVID so they just have to be really, really careful,’ she said.

‘I don’t see us filming anytime this year… Who knows? Things might change with COVID and regulations will be a little different at the beginning of [next] year.’

Moving forward: Christine confirmed that Selling Sunset will have a fourth season but ‘it’s just a matter of when and how it’s going to happen’ due to the coronavirus pandemic

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