Here's How Much Former Bachelor Nick Viall Is Really Worth

Whether you're a Bachelor fan or not, there's a very good chance you've heard the name Nick Viall. The former Bachelor star, who lead his very own season in 2017, is known for finishing as runner-up in two consecutive seasons of The Bachelorette. However, third time was the charm, after he fell in love and got engaged to contestant Vanessa Grimaldi. The couple ended up breaking up just five months later, but thankfully, Nick's search for love paid off in different ways. The Wisconsin native, who worked as account executive at Salesforce, per Bustle, used his Bachelor fame to set himself up well financially. 

Like so many other Bachelor nation alums, Nick made loads of money as an Instagram influencer and has partnered with brands like Lululemon and Orbit Gum. According to IMDb, he's also tried his hand at acting after guest-starring on the TV series The Coop in 2019 and appearing in the TV movie A Christmas Cruise.

Keep scrolling to find out how much Nick is really worth and why (and how!) his fortune keeps on growing.

Nick Viall is an influencer and podcast host

Idol Persona determined that Nick Viall's net worth is $250,000, and it's pretty easy to assume how he earned it, based on his time on The Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise, as well as his performance on Dancing With the Stars. He may not have made any money on Andi Dorfman and Kaitlyn Bristowe's seasons of the Bachelorette as Page Six reported contestants earn nothing for appearing on the reality series. But Reality Steve (via Business Insider) reported that contestants could make "anywhere from about $7,000 to $15,000 total," though "not everyone made the same amount." Nick then scored his own season of The Bachelor in 2017, which added at least $100,000 to his fortune based on what other leads have reportedly made (according to Cosmo), before earning over $125,000 for competing on DWTS.

On top of all that, before becoming famous, Nick's role at Salesforce reportedly earned him $100,000 per year, as per Idol Persona. Nick is now the CEO and founder of Natural Habits and runs a successful podcast called The Viall Files, in which he's interviewed countless Bachelor Nation stars and celebrities like Rachel Bilson, Justin Long, and Selling Sunset's Chrishell Stause. The podcast has a 4.1-star rating on iTunes and has a ton of listeners, which likely means Nick is making lots of money through ad revenue. Quite simply, Nick is a very rich man.