‘Marrying Millions’ Season 2: Which Cast Member Has the Highest Net Worth?
Marrying Millions is back, and there are a few new couples in the mix. Season 1 saw Bill and Brianna, a couple with a 40-year age gap trying to make things work. They’re back for season 2, along with Gentille, who opted not to marry Brian in the season finale.
Now, though, Lifetime has introduced new couples for fans to love (or not). Which season 2 millionaire has the highest net worth?
Rodney Foster: $5 million
Rodney Foster made his money in the wine industry. The founder of Edelheiss wine, Rodney wasn’t shy about telling viewers he’s worth “$5 million and growing.” Rodney then explained he owns a townhouse in one of Washington, D.C.’s most expensive neighborhoods. Plus, Rodney recently purchased a lake house in Maryland.
“He pays my rent, he pays my bills, we go on trips, we go on shopping sprees,” Desiry, Rodney’s girlfriend, says on the show. Still, Rodney wants to keep his relationship a secret, which concerns Desiry.
Nonie Creme: As much as $10 million
Makeup mogul Nonie Crème was married for 22 years before she started dating her boyfriend, Reese. Nonie was raised in Houston but later moved to London, where she started to explore her options in developing a makeup brand. Now 48 years old, Nonie lives in Seattle, and she’s launched three brands: Butter London, Colour Prevails, and Beauty Garde.
Butter London initially focused on nail polish but has since expanded to other makeup products. Nonie’s other two businesses focus on makeup and eyelashes, respectively. She wouldn’t put a number on her net worth, but estimates suggest she could be worth as much as $10 million.
Donovan Ruffin: $10 million to $15 million
Donovan Ruffin and Dani Parra first met in high school, but she wouldn’t give him the time of day. When she heard he had become a real estate mogul, their relationship finally got to the next level. Now, Donovan is a 25-year-old millionaire who claims to be worth as much as $15 million. He flies private jets, drives nice cars, and owns a massive home with a pool.
Gentille Chhun: $15 million
In season 1, Gentille and Brian were preparing to walk down the aisle. But after she learned that Brian had hid his past engagement from her, she left him at the altar. Gentille made her money in real estate and said during season 1 that she was worth about $15 million. Gentille invests in properties in the Las Vegas area, and she and Brian came from two different worlds — he was living at home with his parents and working in construction. Now, she’s ready to find love once more on season 2.
Kevin David: $40 million to $50 million
Kevin David is an Internet entrepreneur who helps teach others how to start their own online businesses. He lives in San Diego, California, in an estate on the beach. He also revealed he owns a penthouse condominium in Las Vegas. Kevin drives a Lamborghini, but beyond that, he doesn’t consider himself overly flashy. Kevin revealed he grew up in a lower-middle class family, which is why he doesn’t spend too much money on himself or Kattie, his girlfriend.
Bill Hutchinson: ‘Hundreds of millions’
On season 1 of Marrying Millions, Bill Hutchinson revealed that his net worth was in the “hundreds of millions” — and pushing the billions. This season, that appears to still hold true. Hutchinson made his money in real estate, and he and his girlfriend, Brianna Ramirez, are back for season 2. In episode 1, Hutchinson says that he’s about to open up a $120 million hotel in downtown Dallas.
Hutchinson moved Ramirez into his massive Texas estate after the two realized they didn’t want to permanently live in his Miami mansion back in season 1.
Rick Sykes: ‘I have no idea’
“You couldn’t be happier than me,” says Rick Sykes, whose family jewelry company led him to his millions. Sykes was raised in Connecticut but now lives on a yacht in Miami. He owns five Porsches, flies on private jets, and though he has “no idea” what his net worth is, he makes it clear that he’s worth millions. Still, his girlfriend, Erika, struggles for her relationship to gain acceptance from her father. It could be because he calls himself “Big D*ck Rick.”