Here's How Much Angela Simmons Is Really Worth

As the daughter of hip-hop legend Joseph Simmons a.k.a. Rev Run, Angela Simmons has stepped out of her father's shadow and made a name for herself as a successful businesswoman and entrepreneur. Audiences were first introduced to Angela in 2005 when she appeared on her family's reality show "Rev's House" on MTV with her parents and siblings. Per Essence, the reality show was so successful that it spawned a spinoff called "Daddy's Girls," focused on Angela and her older sister Vanessa's move to New York City and building their Pastry sneaker brand in 2009. The show ran for two seasons before it was canceled by MTV.

"Rev's House" and "Daddy's Girls" gave Angela the opportunity to live life as a reality star and entrepreneur. She became a fashionista and has continued to build her brand with editorial work, fashion design, and her role as an executive producer on "Growing Up Hip-Hop," according to IMDb.

With a huge social media following and several different brands, Angela could literally give other celebrity influencers a run for their money. So, how much is she exactly worth? Find out below.

Angela Simmons runs several businesses

While Angela Simmons got her start in the fashion business after she was named editor of Angela's Rundown — a teen magazine that specialized in fashion and music in 2016 — she has since expanded her empire from shoes to apparel to beauty and skincare. Angela and her sister Vanessa founded Pastry Footwear in 2007, which has since generated over $75 million in sales, according to Impact Magazine.

Per Angela's official website, she also has several ventures, including a fitness app, personal merchandise, a training program, a skincare and beauty line, a non-profit organization, and more.

Simmons Beauty, which launched in March 2020, was important to Angela because she wanted to share her skin secrets with the world. "I've always been big on my skin and like what I do with it, and I've just never really put anything out there," Angela told Black Enterprise of the launch.

Besides her skincare line, Angela has a book in the works, which will no doubt add to her estimated net worth of $7.5 million, per Celebrity Net Worth.

As for Angela's attitude towards success, she recommends that people stay motivated no matter what, telling Black Enterprise that people should "put down the remote" and "get to work."