Lauren Conrad is a well-known author. Earnings: Lauren Conrad has a net worth of $40 million and is an American fashion designer, television personality, and author. She is most known for her roles in the MTV reality show “Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County” and its spin-off “The Hills.”
Lauren Katherine Conrad was born on February 1, 1986, in Laguna Beach, California. Breanna and Brandon are her younger siblings. Breanna is a reality television star as well. Laguna Beach High School was her alma mater.
In 2004, he was cast on the MTV reality television series “Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County” alongside other Laguna Beach High School classmates Lo Bosworth, Kristin Cavallari, and Stephen Colletti. The show chronicled their lives during high school, with the first season focusing on Conrad, Cavallari, and Colletti’s love triangle.
Conrad attended the Academy of Art University in San Francisco for one semester after high school graduation, where she met Heidi Montag, before transferring to the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles.
After the second season, Conrad left “Laguna Beach,” and in 2006, production on a spin-off series called “The Hills” began. Conrad, her housemate Montag, and their pals Audrina Patridge and Whitney Port were also included in the new series. Conrad left the show midway through the fifth season, and was replaced by Kristin Cavallari, a former “Laguna Beach” castmate.
Her previous TV appearances include episodes of “Family Guy,” “Greek,” and as a guest judge on the reality show “America’s Next Top Model.” In the 2007 comedy film “Epic Movie,” she played a sarcastic version of herself.
Conrad began dating actor Kyle Howard in 2008. Because Howard was concerned that appearing on reality television might jeopardize his acting career, their relationship was not chronicled on The Hills. Conrad and Howard dissolved their relationship in 2011 after three years together.
Conrad and former Something Corporate guitarist William Tell began dating in February 2012 and moved into a shared house in Westwood, Los Angeles in September 2013, where they announced their engagement the following month.
Conrad and Tell tied the knot in California on September 13, 2014. They have two kids together: Liam James (born on July 5, 2017) and Charlie Wolf (born on July 5, 2017). (born on October 8, 2019).
Projects in the media
Conrad’s first novel, L.A. Candy, was published in June 2009 and quickly became a New York Times bestseller. It was based on her life and follows a woman named Jane Roberts as she relocates to Los Angeles.
In 2010, the sequels Sweet Little Lies and Sugar and Spice were released. In 2010, Conrad also published the fashion book Lauren Conrad Style. Conrad’s fourth novel, The Fame Game, was released in April 2012 as a spin-off from the L.A. Candy series.
Conrad launched the sequel to The Fame Game, Starstruck, in October 2012, as well as the style guide Lauren Conrad Beauty. Infamous, the trilogy’s last novel, was published in June 2013. In 2008, Conrad had a guest appearance in an episode of Greek and performed the voice for an animated version of herself in the Family Guy episode “We Love You, Conrad” (episode 14, season 7, first broadcast on May 3, 2009).
Later, she appeared on the syndicated game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, performing for her charity “m.powerment by mark” and Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List,, as well as serving as a guest judge on America’s Next Top Model‘s thirteenth season. Conrad started a podcast called Asking for a Friend in 2019.
In March of 2008, Conrad debuted her first fashion collection, The Lauren Conrad Collection, during LA Fashion Week. Due to low sales, she decided to stop it after only a year. In the fall of 2009, she teamed up with American retailer Kohl’s to launch the LC by Lauren Conrad fashion brand, which is now available in locations across the country.
Her Kohl’s range comprises bedding, jewelry, shoes, gowns, and denim, among other things. She also co-founded the fair trade online store The Little Market with her hairstylist Kristin Ess and makeup artist Amy Nadine, and created The Beauty Department with her hairstylist Kristin Ess and makeup artist Amy Nadine.
College Tonight, an online social networking site, and “mark,” an Avon division focused at young women, are two of Conrad’s brand endorsements.
Conrad’s debut novel, “L.A. Candy,” was released in June 2009 and quickly became a New York Times bestseller. It was followed by the sequels “Sweet Little Lies” and “Sugar and Spice,” both of which were released in 2010.
Jane Roberts, a lady who moves to Los Angeles, is the protagonist of the series, which was inspired on her life. “Lauren Conrad Style” (2010), “The Fame Game” (2012), “Lauren Conrad Beauty” (2012), “Starstruck” (2012), “Infamous” (2013), and “Lauren Conrad Celebrate” (2013) are some of Conrad’s other works (2016). She has written nine books as of this writing.