Kathy Griffin has enjoyed roles on hit sitcoms such as “Seinfeld” and “Suddenly Susan.” And it’s also notable that the shock comedian is a two-time Emmy-winner with her own reality series, “Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List“.

But now that the fiery redhead has single-handedly wrecked her own career, let’s just say she’s amassed a nice little rainy day fund. Griffin has amassed a cozy nest egg with an estimated net worth of about $20 million dollars.


In 2001, Griffin married Washington D.C. native Matt Moline. The marriage lasted until 2006. Griffin was romantically linked to Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak when they attended the 2007 Emmy Awards together. In 2011, Griffin announced on Howard Stern’s radio show that she was romantically involved with actor and former NFL practice-squad player Isaiah Mustafa. Griffin also says she was in a four-year, private relationship with a man she would not publicly identify—saying only that he was a “regular guy with a regular job” and it was a “messy breakup.”