Candace Bushnell Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Candace Bushnell is an American writer and producer with a net worth of $40 million dollars. Candace sold her first children’s story into a publisher when she was 19 years old. Bushnell continued to pursue her writing career and got a job composing a humor column for the “New York Observer” in the early ’90s. The column, “Sex and the City”, was based on Bushnell’s dating and societal life. Bushnell has since composed “4 Blondes”, “Trading Up”, “Lipstick Jungle”, “One Fifth Avenue”, “The Carrie Diaries”, and “Summer and the City”.
Candace Bushnell Net Worth $40 Million Dollars
Bushnell’s novel, “Lipstick Jungle”, was also accommodated to get a TV show that starred Brooke Shields. Bushnell’s eighth novel, “Killing Monica”, is due out in early 2015. Bushnell wed to New York City Ballet dancer Charles Askegard in 2002, though they’re now divorced.
December 1, 1958
Glastonbury, Connecticut, USA
New York University, Rice University
Camille Bushnell, Calvin Bushnell
Sex and the City, Sex and the City 2, The Broadroom
The Carrie Diaries, The Broadroom, Wickedly Perfect
In the late 1970s, slept on a foam mattress on the floor of her first apartment on E. 74th St, Manhattan -- a studio where she shared with a roommate, but lacked a kitchen sink. Even by the early 1990s, she was trying to make it NYC earning less than $2000/mo.
Actually does live at One Fifth Avenue in Greenwich Village, the title of her latest novel.
Wore a white Ralph Lauren cocktail dress to her wedding, while her husband wore a white Prada suit. Their platinum wedding rings were from Tiffany.
Was married on the beach by Catherine Flanagan Stover, the Nantucket town clerk and justice of the peace.
Parents are Calvin and Camille Bushnell of Glastonbury, Connecticut
Is ten years older than her husband.
Husband Charles Askegard is a principal dancer with the New York City Ballet. His friends call him "Chuck".
Host of "Sex, Lives, and Video Clips" talk show, VH-1, 1997.
Began writing a column about sex in the city for The New York Observer in 1994.
Attended Rice University in Houston, Texas and New York University.
On her husband: '''I told him he was too tall to be a ballet dancer and I asked if he was gay. At first he seemed too young, but then I looked into his eyes and it was like, 'Whoa!' ''
On getting married: "One has to be open-minded when the right man comes along. And I know it's freaky, but this just seems like the natural thing to do. My friends didn't even say to me, 'So soon?' I think that's because they're so relieved.''