The American television and game show host, Chris Harrison is popularly known for his appearances as a host in the ABC reality television dating show, The Bachelor alongside Arie Luyendyk Jr, Nick Viall, and Andy Dorfman since the year 2002.
Apart from his appearance in the show he is also prominent for shows like The Bachelorette (2003), Bachelor Pad (2010- 2012), Bachelor in Paradise (2014), Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise (2015), Bachelor Live (2016), and The Bachelor Winter Games (2018). With his involvement in several shows, he has managed to earn a considerable net worth. Find along with us about his collection of assets and net worth he has managed to sum up to date.
As of the year 2018, Chris Harrison's net worth is $16 million. He has been able to accumulate this sum through his appearances in several shows like The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Bachelor Pad, and many more.
Harrison has been involved with the show The Bachelor for 16 years now. According to various sources, Chris tends to make $60,000 per episode for the very show. It is also estimated that his annual earning from the show are $1,560,000. With this, we wouldn't be surprised in regard to his huge net worth.
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Further his salary for other shows is not yet publicized, but online sources confirm that he is paid a considerable amount of money for his appearances.
Talking about his current affairs, he is involved with winter sports-themed reality competition television series The Bachelor Winter Games. The series was premiered on February 13, 2018, on ABC television network. Also, he is involved in hosting The Bachelorette. The show is currently airing it's Season 14.
The Bachelor host owns a killer bachelor pad at Westlake Village, California. The bachelor pad is a home in which bachelor men live. Harrison’s Bachelor pad consists of four-bedroom with a hideaway, filled up with stunning views, an expansive deck and also a hot tub.
Asking upon his pad, Harrison says:
“I didn’t use a professional designer. Everything has meaning to me.”
Chris also has an extensive collection of cars. He currently has sixteen cars and one motorcycle. Talking about his automobile collection he has a BMW E39 523i, BMW E28 M5, BMW E30 M3 2.5-litre Sports Evolution, BMW 325i rally car, BMW E30 M3 rally car, Mercedes-Benz E320 Sportline Cabriolet, and Mercedes-Benz E250 CDI seven-seat wagon.
Apart from that, he is also the proud owner of Range Rover Classic, 322 Range Rover, Audi S4 Avant, Peugeot 205 XS, Citroen AX GT, Peugeot 205 Rallye, 1957 Citroen 2CV, and Ferrari 512 TR. Furthermore, he also owns a Honda SP1 motorcycle.