Monica Lewinsky : Family, Net Worth , Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Biography

Monica Samille Lewinsky is an American activist, television personality, fashion designer know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth , Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Biography

Monica Lewinsky : Family, Net Worth , Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Biography
Monica Lewinsky

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Name Monica Lewinsky
Birthdate ( Age) 23 July 1973
Birthplace San Francisco, California, United States
Nationality American 
Marital Status Married
Husband/Partner NA
Children Not Yet
Profession American activist, television personality, fashion designer
Parents Bernard Lewinsky, Marcia Lewis
Education London School of Economics and Political Science
Net Worth ( 2021) $1.5 million

Monica Samille Lewinsky is an American activist, television personality, fashion designer , and former White House intern. President Clinton admitted to having had an affair with Lewinsky while she worked at the White House in 1995–1996.

Early Life and Family

Lewinsky was born in San Francisco , California, and grew up in an affluent family in Southern California within the Westside Brentwood area of Los Angeles . and in Beverly Hills . Her father is Bernard Lewinsky, an oncologist, who is that the son of German Jews who escaped from Third Reich and moved to El Salvador then to the us when he was 14. Her mother, born Marcia Kay Vilensky, is an author who uses the name Marcia Lewis.

The family attended Sinai Temple in l. a. and Monica attended Sinai Akiba Academy, its school . For her primary education she attended the toilet Thomas Dye School in Bel-Air.She attended Beverly Hills highschool for her first three years of highschool , before transferring to Bel Air Prepfor her senior year and graduating in 1991.

Following her highschool graduation, Lewinsky attended Santa Monica College, a two-year junior college , and worked for the drama department at Beverly Hills highschool and at a tie shop.In 1992, she allegedly began a five-year affair with Andy Bleiler, her married former highschool drama instructor.

Personal Life

Monica Lewinsky is currently not married, but there has not been much conformation about her dating life either. who features a net worth of $1.5 million.

She claimed that between November 1995 and March 1997, she had nine sexual encounters with the then-President Clinton at the Oval Office , the office of the President of the us .She told her co-worker Linda Tripp about her relationship with Clinton , after which Tripp began discreetly recording the phone conversations between Lewinsky and Clinton .

Linda Tripp submitted the phone tapes to Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr. Tripp further investigated the case and persuaded Lewinsky to safeguard the gifts that Clinton had given her.On January 1998, the news about the illicit relationship came call at the media. On January 26, Clinton claimed that he didn't have any sexual relations together with her on a nationally televised White House press conference .

Monica Lewinsky Net Worth

Monica Samille Lewinsky is an American activist, television personality, dressmaker , and former White House intern who has a net worth of $1.5 million.

Professional Career

On July 1995, she moved to Washington D.C., where she landed the role of an unpaid summer intern at the ‘White House Office.’ Here, she worked under the White House Chief of Staff, Leon Panetta.On December 1995, she was offered a paid position at the ‘White House Office,’ and she or he gladly accepted the offer.
On April 1996, she was transferred to ‘The Pentagon,’ the headquarters of the ‘United States Department of Defence,’ located in Arlington County, Virginia.

In 1999, she gave an interview on ‘ABC’ network’s show ‘20/20.’ This program was hosted by Barbara Walters and was watched by 70 million Americans.On May 8, 1999, she appeared on ‘Saturday Night Live.’ She appeared on a few of sketches for the show that ridiculed her relationship with Clinton .On September 1999, she started her own line of purses under the label ‘The Real Monica, Inc.,’ which was initially sold in ny , California, and London.

In the early-2000s, she started appearing in television commercials for ‘Jenny Craig,’ a weight management and nutrition company. Before signing a $1 million endorsement affect ‘Jenny Craig,’ the corporate had asked her to lose quite 40 pounds in six months.

On February 2000, she appeared in an episode of ‘The Tom Green Show.’ within the show, she was portrayed as traveling to her hometown, along side the host of the show, in search of materials for her new business.On April 2000, she terminated her contract with ‘Jenny Craig,’ when the corporate stopped airing the commercials featuring her.In late 2000, she worked as a correspondent for ‘Monica’s Postcards,’ a show that reported on culture and trends.

On March 2002, she appeared on a ‘HBO’ special titled ‘Monica in Black and White,’ which was a part of the ‘America Undercover’ series, a set of documentaries.In 2003, she hosted a ‘Fox’ television network reality dating show titled ‘Mr Personality.’She made a series of guest appearances on shows like ‘V Graham Norton’ within the UK, ‘High Chaparall’ in Sweden, ‘The View,’ and ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’In 2006, she graduated from ‘London School of Economics’ with a master’s degree in psychology .

Her thesis was titled ‘In Search of the Impartial Juror: a search of the Third-person effect and Pre-Trial Publicity.’In 2014, she wrote an essay for ‘Vanity Fair’ titled ‘Shame or Survival’ concerning her relationship with Clinton. She was also a part of the three-part ‘National Geographic’ documentary ‘The 90s: The Last Great Decade.’

She has since been spreading awareness about ‘Cyberbullying,’ speaking about it in ‘TED Talks’ and other social media platforms. She was also appointed because the ambassador and strategic advisor of anti-bullying organization ‘Bystander Revolution’ on June 2015.She was interviewed by popular Israeli television presenter Yonit Levi at a conference in Jerusalem. She was also interviewed by John Oliver on his ‘HBO’ show about the issues of public shaming.

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