|Full Name||Jordan Ross Belfort|
|net worth||0 million|
|Date of birth||July 09, 1962|
|surname||The Wolf of Wall Street|
|place of birth||Queens, New York City, United States|
|occupation||Writer, motivational speaker and businessman|
|husband||Nadine Caridi (d. 1991-2005), Denis Lombardo (d. 1985-1991)|
|Height||1.7 m (5 ft 5 in)|
|online presence||Facebook, Twitter and Instagram|
|children||Carter Belfort and Chandler Belfort|
Jordan Ross Belfort, a.k.a. Jordan Belfort is an American motivational speaker, author and former stockbroker. In 1999 , he was convicted of fraud related to stock market manipulation and sentenced to 22 months in prison. In 2013 , the American-based author published the memoir The Wolf of Wall Street , which was adapted into a film. Also his best-selling memoir is Catching the Wolf of Wall Street .
How much is his career earning? As of 2019, he has collected a pleasant amount as his net worth. Stay tuned to the article to know about his age, net worth, wife, kids and many more things.
Bio/Wiki of Jordan Belfort (Age, Education)
Jordan Belfort was born on 9th July 1962, in Queens, New York City, United States of America, to a Jewish family. As per his date of birth, his age is 56 years. In addition, he falls under the sign of Cancer. Her father, Max Belfort , and mother, Leah, are both accountants. In addition, he has a brother, Robert Belfort with whom he always grew up.
After completing high school, he went to American University where he graduated with a degree in Biology.
Jordan Belfort’s career
Belfort started his career as a stockbroker. He founded Stratton Oakmont and, later, developed a lifestyle that included expensive parties and intense recreational use of drugs. In 1999 , he was convicted of fraud related to stock market manipulation and spent 22 months in prison.
In 2008 , Belfort published his memoir titled The World of Wall Street. The memoir went bestselling which reveals his victories in the stock market and then his massive crash in the world of finance.
In addition, he released another memoir titled Catching the Wolf of Wall Street, in 2009 . The book explores his life after his arrest.
When Belfort first began speaking, he focused primarily on ethics and motivation. He then shifted his focus to entrepreneurship and salesmanship. As of 2015. , he spent three weeks out of each month on the road for speaking engagements.
Additionally, Belfort runs sales seminars titled The Direct Sales Psychology of Jordan Belfort.
Jordan Belfort net worth
As of 2019 , Belfort has a net worth of around 0 Million which he mostly earned from his investments and business. According to Red Granite Productions, they sold the rights to the adaptation of the book for approximately .045 million . His other income source includes touring the world as a motivational speaker. The Belfort fee per sales seminar is approximately $80,000 or more.
Currently, he lives in a California where he has a business established. In addition, he crashed his personal helicopter. Also, he owns a jet and a white Ferrari.
Personal life of Jordan Belfort
Jordan Belfort has been married twice. His first marriage was with Denis Lombardo . Nonetheless, he divorced his first wife during his time in the Stratton Oakmont business.
After the tragic separation, he found love with Nadine Caridi , a British-born Ray Ridge Brooklyn raised model. The two met for the first time at a party. After being in a relationship for a year, both of them changed their vows. They shared two children together named Carter Belfort and Chandler Belfort .
However, Belfort and Caridi could not continue their relationship well. Qaridi claimed domestic violence was driven by drug addiction and his problem with relationships with other women. In 2005 they got divorced. He is engaged to his fiancée Anna Koppe.