Terry Dubrow bio, height, weight, net worth, salary, nationality
Facts of Terry Dubrow
|Full Name:||Terry Dubrow|
|Birth Date:||September 14, 1955|
|Wife||Heather Dubrow (m. 1999)|
|Net Worth||$40 Million|
|Salary||$270,000 Per Year (Approx.)|
|Education||David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (1968), Yale university (1980)|
|Siblings||Kevin DuBrow (Brother)|
|Kids||Maximillia Dubrow, Collette Dubrow & Katarina Dubrow (Daughters), Nicholas Dubrow (Son)|
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Television personality and plastic surgeon Terry Dubrow is well-known for his work as a co-host on the series Botched and Good Work. He is well-known for his appearances with his wife on The Real Housewives of Orange County. Terry, who holds a medical degree from the University of California, also starred as a plastic surgeon in the Fox series The Swan.
Terry Dubrow’s net worth is unknown.
Terry Dubrow has a net worth of $30 million dollars. He and his wife, Heather Dubrow, are also worth a combined $60 million. His fortune came from his work as a plastic surgeon. According to work.chron.com, a Plastic Surgeon’s average pay is over $270,000.
He also made money from his role as a plastic surgeon in the reality show The Swan. As the former director of the Acne Clinic of Newport Beach, he doubled his earnings. Terry and his wife Heather also sold their mansion for $16.4 million and bought land in a new neighborhood to build their dream home.
They moved into their 20,000-square-foot mansion in mid-2016, after two and a half years of building. They have 14 bathrooms, a lap pool, a movie theater, and an underground garage in their new villa.
With his wife, the 59-year-old surgeon starred in The Real Housewives of Orange County. Since 2014, he has been co-hosting the show Botched.
Terry’s wife leaves the show in order to save their marriage; she has four children!
Heather Dubrow, Terry Dubrow’s wife, revealed in January 2017 that she was leaving the show Real Housewives of Orange County after five seasons.
According to Radar Online Magazine, she made the final choice to leave the show in order to salvage her 17-year marriage. Terry and his wife’s relationship was in peril in the show’s last season, and it became the show’s core story thread.
On camera, the pair got into a lot of fights. Terry’s wife broke down in tears during one of the arguments, revealing that her husband, Terry, was never at home due to work.
Terry and Heather both agreed that Heather should leave RHOC to save their relationship because they had other successful projects and do not require the money.
After meeting on a blind date on D-Day, i.e., December 7th, the RHOC couple married in June of 1999. Terry’s wife refused to date him after their first meeting. “This is why we almost didn’t get together,” she claimed in a 2016 interview with Bravo TV, “because when I met him, I was like, ‘This isn’t going to work out because you’re never going to see me naked since it’s all true.”
Terry and Heather Dubrow have four children:
Katarina, Collette, Nicholas, and Maximillia, and twins Nicholas and Maximillia. The couple frequently posts photos of themselves with their children on social media. Heather posted the photo of Terry and her four children on Instagram on July 9, 2018.
Terry recounted her Dubrow family’s camping trip. Terry and his wife Heather are currently savoring the precious moments with their children.
Biography of Terry J. Dubrow
Terry J. Dubrow, the son of Laura and Alvin Dubrow, was born on September 14, 1958, in Los Angeles, California.
Kevin Dubrow, Terry’s older brother, was the lead singer of the popular metal band Quiet Riot when Terry was growing up. At the age of 52, his brother died of an overdose in 2007. On November 25, 2007, he was discovered dead in his Las Vegas home.
He graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Medicine with a medical degree. In addition, he holds a master’s degree from Yale University. He also completed a general surgery residency at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and a three-year plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship at UCLA Medical Center.