• Nadine Caridi is a 59-year-old former model and actress
• Her net worth is estimated at over $6 million
• She holds both British and American nationality
• She has two children with her ex-husband Jordan Belfort
• She is a professional marriage counselor and family psychotherapist
- 1 Who is Nadine Caridi?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Nadine Caridi Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
- 4 Professional Career
- 5 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 6 Personal Life
- 7 Who is her ex-husband? Jordan Belfort Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Nadine Caridi?
Nadine Caridi was born on 6 November 1962 under the zodiac sign of Scorpio, in London, England. She’s a 59-year-old former model and actress, but is probably best recognized for being the ex-wife of the famous former stockbroker and convicted felon Jordan Belfort.
How rich is she, as of now? Nadine Caridi Net Worth
As of early 2022, Nadine Caridi’s net worth is estimated at over $6 million, acquired by her successful involvement in various endeavors, not only through her career in the entertainment industry but also through her association with Belfort, since she probably increased her fortune in their divorce settlement.
Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
Nadine Caridi spent one part of her childhood in her hometown of London, until she relocated to Bay Ridge, a neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York City. She was raised by her parents, but there isn’t much information about them except that the name of her mother is Suzanne Caridi, and it’s also unknown whether she has siblings or is an only child. She holds both British and American nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian.
Regarding her education, she attended John Dewey High School in Gravesend, Brooklyn.
Upon matriculation, she enrolled in the Pacifica Graduate Institute, from which she graduated in Somatic Psychotherapy, then went on to obtain her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, and was later awarded her Ph.D. in 2015. Two years later, she received her practice certificate in The Neuro Affective Relation Model (NARM).
Nadine Caridi launched her career as a model and actress back in the 1990s, when she gained popularity for her appearances in the Miller Lite Beer commercials. It led her to make more appearances in other advertisements, including the famous Monday Night Football commercial during the same decade.
She used her popularity to advocate for various health campaigns. Currently, she works as a professional marriage counselor and family psychotherapist, and provides her therapeutic services in Los Angeles, California, and New York City.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Nadine Caridi has long blonde-dyed hair and blue eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 8ins (1.73m), her weight is around 142lbs (64kgs), with vital statistics of 32-30-37, bra size 32B, dress size 4 (US), and shoe size 7 (US).
Before her romance with Jordan Belfort, Nadine Caridi was romantically involved with successful businessman Alan Wizig.
Through one of his parties, she met Belfort and the two started dating, although he was married to Denise Lombardo at the time. Once he divorced, Nadine and Jordan exchanged their wedding vows at a ceremony that took place in the Caribbean in 1991. They welcomed two children together, giving birth to their daughter named Chandler Belfort on 29 July 1993, while their second child, a son named Carter James Belfort, was born on 15 August 1996.
After being married for more than a decade, the couple went their separate ways due to Jordan’s problems with drug addiction and infidelity; their divorce was finalized in 2005, following which she went on to marry John Macaluso, known for being an entrepreneur and former CEO of Wizard World John Macaluso.
She adopted his three children from his previous marriage, named Frankie, Allie and Nicky. The couple’s current residence is in Boca Raton, Florida.
Who is her ex-husband? Jordan Belfort Short Wiki/Bio
Jordan Ross Belfort was born on 9 July 1962 under the zodiac sign of Cancer, in The Bronx, New York City USA, where he was raised with his older brother named Robert, by their parents Max and Leah Belfort, both of whom worked as accountants. Speaking about his education, he went to Bayside High School, where he and his friend came up with an idea to earn some money by selling Italian ice from coolers to people at a local beach, that led them to make $20,000. Following his matriculation, he enrolled in American University, from which he earned his degree in Biology.
Thereafter, he used the money he earned with his friend to pay for a scholarship to the University of Maryland School of Dentistry, but quit after the first day after he was told that he couldn’t make a lot of money as a dentist, as he’d expected.
Jordan Belfort launched his professional career as a door-to-door salesman of meat and seafood, working on Long Island, New York. In no time, his meat-selling business grew, so he was able to hire several employees. At the time, he sold about 2,300kgs of beef and fish every week. However, his business ultimately failed, and he went bankrupt at the age of 25. A family friend then helped him to get a job as a trainee stockbroker at L.F. Rothschild, where he worked until the time he was laid off, when the company faced financial issues following the Black Monday stock market crash in 1987.
Throughout the rest of the decade, he furthered his career by working for several other financial companies, before he decided to start his own.
In 1989, Jordan Belfort and Danny Porush established Stratton Oakmont, an “over-the-counter” stock brokerage company. In a short period, it became the largest OTC company in the US, and was responsible for the initial public offering of more than 30 companies, such as Steve Madden Ltd. and many others. The company used the “pump and dump” schemes to sell penny stocks, and defraud its small investors, due to which its transactions were tracked by the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD).
At the height of its success, the company had more than 1,000 stockbrokers and over $1 billion under management.
In April 1996, the company was forbidden to conduct principal retail transactions, and by the end of the year, it had been kicked out of the NASD and put out of business. Three years later, Belfort was charged with securities fraud and money laundering; he eventually pleaded guilty, and confessed that he used the “pump and dump” schemes that led investors to lose about $200 million. He then spent 22 months of a four-year sentence in jail, released I n exchange for an agreement with the FBI. He was ordered to repay $110.4 million stolen from clients and stock buyers – so far, he’s apparently only returned $10 million.
Jordan Belfort, better known as the Wolf of Wall Street, held court in Singapore yesterday, dispensing advice on success and getting rich. http://bit.ly/1oLViRp
Writing Career and Other Ventures
Jordan Belfort is also known as an author – he published his first memoir “The Wolf Of Wall Street” in 2007, which was followed by “Catching The Wolf Of Wall Street: More Incredible True Stories Of Fortunes, Schemes, Parties, And Prison” in 2009. The first book was turned into the 2013 film of the same title, directed by Martin Scorsese; he was portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio, while his ex-wife Nadine was played by Margot Robbie. The film was a huge commercial success, and was even nominated for five Academy Awards. In 2017, he wrote a self-help book entitled “Way Of The Wolf: Become A Master Closer With Straight Line Selling”. Besides that, he’s now a motivational speaker who runs seminars “Jordan Belfort’s Straight Line Sales Psychology”, and has launched another company called Global Motivation.