Christie Ann Hefner. Net Worth

Christie Ann Hefner. Net Worth is
$16 Million

Christie Ann Hefner. Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Christie Ann Hefner (born November 8, 1952) is the former chairwoman and chief executive officer of Playboy Enterprises, the company created by her father, Hugh Hefner. She stepped down from her position at Playboy on January 30, 2009. She has often worked with the progressive political organization Center for American Progress. Their site describes her as having "long been involved in electing progressive candidates, advancing women, First Amendment issues, and advancing treatment for people with HIV/AIDS." She is currently Executive Chairman of Canyon Ranch Enterprises, Chairman of the Board of Hatch Beauty, Board Member and Strategic Advisor of Luminary Digital Media, and Global Editorial Advisory Board Member of Reuters.
IMDB Wikipedia

Full NameChristie Hefner
Date Of BirthNovember 8, 1952
Place Of BirthChicago, Illinois, USA
ProfessionBusiness executive, Businessperson, Publisher
EducationBrandeis University, Interlochen Center for the Arts, New Trier High School
SpouseWilliam A. Marovitz
ParentsMildred Williams
SiblingsMarston Hefner, Cooper Hefner, David Hefner
Star SignScorpio
1Well, I grew up around the magazine and was part of a generation that was embracing our sexuality.
2Most people sell stock to pay taxes, but I didn't want to sell any stock.
3Some, but much of my money is tied up in Playboy stock.
4The very first stock I bought right out of college was Berkshire Hathaway.
5I don't know what a world would be like if you do away with sexy images.
6It's important not to limit the amount of their own money that candidates can spend, but to give other people access to enough money to run competitive races.
7I defend the right of almost everything to be published... because I think that you're better off in trusting the marketplace than allowing other people to make that decision.
8But maybe because the dot-com world gives people positions at a younger age, and many women are prominent in this business, it will help change the view about who can run big companies.
9Actually, my parents were separated by the time I was about 2 years old.
10I expected to go into journalism or law.
11Half of my employees are women.
12In college, my big money memory was saving up to buy a car with my boyfriend, whom I lived with.
13I think in terms of what I am able to accomplish and build.
14I'd guess that 80 percent of the people who work for Playboy are feminists.
15I know what the attitudes of the readers are: These are guys who love women and respect women.
16I never have to this day, because my money is the money I earn.
17I've lectured at the Harvard Business School several times.
18I'm basically a gift-giver.
19Even though money seems such an objective topic, it can also be the most intimate, and possibly harmful, part of a relationship.
20I had an allowance, but I had to do things around the house to earn it. I think I always wanted my own money.
21From the time that I can remember, I worked to make money - either baby-sitting, or one year wrapping gifts at a department store at Christmas, so I could have my own money.
22We don't fight about money... I hate to see people fight about money.
23Not only did I enjoy the creative side of Playboy and enjoy being surrounded by people who are curious about life, but I also love the analytical and hard business side of it.
24I had higher math SATs than in English - yet I became an English major in college.
25I have invested in the stock market since I was very young.
26Billy not only had a distinguished career in the Legislature, but he also has great business instincts and has done exceedingly well making investment decisions in both stocks and private ventures such as real estate.
27My mother thinks I could have even run a larger company.
28Being a CEO still means sitting across the table from big institutional investors and showing your leadership and having them believe in you.
29No, I never thought about my father's money as my money.
30I don't think about financial success as the measurement of my success.
31I developed a great sense of self-confidence when I was very young.
32I came to Playboy not expecting to stay. But after five years, I found myself really enjoying the business world, and I realized I had some skill.
33I'm surrounded by very powerful women and very progressive men.
1Granddaughter of Glenn Hefner and Grace Hefner.
2Niece of Keith Hefner.
3Ex-stepdaughter of Kimberley Conrad.
4Older half-sister of Marston Hefner and Cooper Hefner.
5Older sister of David Paul Hefner.
6Daughter of Hugh M. Hefner and Mildred Williams.


P.O.V.2008TV Series documentary special thanks - 1 episode
Playboy: Farrah Fawcett, All of Me1997Video documentary special thanks


Hannity2009-2010TV SeriesHerself - Panelist
Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel2009DocumentaryHerself
The Girls Next Door2005-2008TV SeriesHerself - CEO, Playboy Enterprises
Let's Play, Boy2008TV Movie documentaryHerself
E! True Hollywood Story2006TV Series documentaryHerself
When Playboy Ruled the World2004TV Movie documentaryHerself
Charlie Rose2003TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Playboy's 50th Anniversary Celebration2003TV Movie documentaryHerself
BBC News 242002TV SeriesHerself
Playboy: Inside the Playboy Mansion2002TV Movie documentaryHerself
Hugh Hefner: American Playboy Revisited1998TV Movie documentaryHerself
Damned in the U.S.A.1992DocumentaryHerself - Chairman, Playboy Enterprises Inc.

Archive Footage

The Price of Pleasure: Pornography, Sexuality & Relationships2008Video documentaryHerself
The Girls Next Door2006TV SeriesHerself
Playboy: The Party Continues2000TV Movie documentaryHerself

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