Nadine Caridi Biography
|Date of Birth:||1962 , November-6|
|Age:||55 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United Kingdom|
|Birth Name||Nadine Caridi|
|Birth Place/City||Bay Ridge|
|Working For||Tv Shows|
|Eye Color||Brown eyes|
|Hair Color||Drack brown|
|Famous for||Millet Lite Beer commercials|
|Married to||Jordan Belfort (m. 1991), John Macaluso|
|Children||Carter Belfort, Chandler Belfort|
|Divorce||Jordan Belfort (Div.2005),|
|Education||John Dewey High School|
Duchess of Bay Ridge, Nadine Caridi is a beautiful actor and model, better known for Miller Lite ads. She has also featured in the 90s Miller Lite Monday Night Football commercials.
Nadine Caridi is currently married to John Macaluso. Previously, she tied the knot with American author and motivational speaker, Jordan Belfort and has two children.
Early Life, Education, And Bio Of Nadine Caridi
Nadine Caridi was born on November 6, 1962, in London, the United Kingdom under the birth sign Scorpio. She is British by nationality and belongs to the Caucasian ethnicity.
Caridi grew up and spent her early days in Bay Ridge, New York. She attended John Dewey High School, where she became the image for Miller Lite in the 90's.
Nadine Caridi's Career
Caridi debuted her career with Miller Lite Beer in 1990. She earned popularity as the model of the brand. She also appeared in several commercials and modeled for different brands and magazines.
Caridi is well known for being a Miller Lite girl. She has built a name for her own in the showbiz industry by her appearance in several ads, including the famous Monday Night Football commercials in the 90s.
Whereas Caridi's ex-husband, Jordan Belfort appeared in the movie, The Wolf of Wall Street alongside Margot Robbie, in 2013. The movie was directed by Martin Scorsese. It became a blockbuster hit grossing $392 million at the box office.
The movie (The Wolf of Wall Street) is based on the true story of Jordan Belfort (her ex-husband), a man who made a fortune on Wall Street as a stockbroker. Whereas her current husband is a CEO of a Wizard World.
Nadine Caridi's Net Worth
Nadine Caridi's net worth has not been made official yet. She has worked at Miller Lite for several years. The company (Miller Lite) has been making goods sales for a long time. Miller made the sales of $2.03 billion in 2017.
Caridi's current husband is the former CEO of Wizard World. John possesses a good net worth at present. He sold 8.5 million shares in Wizard World in 2017.
John compensated $414,931 in total, after leaving the company. He received a total $163,605 as a salary, including $251,326 in stock options.
Nadine Caridi's Personal Life And Husband
Nadine Caridi is currently married to John Macaluso, Ex-CEO of Wizard World. The couple tied the knot in Manhattan Beach, after having an affair for several of years. The couple proved the quote, ''age is just a number'' as John is around 22 years older than her. Her husbnad has three daughters, Frankie, Nicky, and Allie, from his previous marriage.
Caridi currently lives in Bakersfield, California with her husband, John, and children. Her family includes Macaluso's three daughters from his previous marriage.
Previously, Caridi was married to Jordan Belfort, an American author, motivational speaker, and former stockbroker in 1991. He has published the memoir, The Wolf of Wall Street, which was later adapted into a movie.
Caridi is the second wife of Jordan. Jordan's first wife was Denise Lombardo. Nadine and Belfort started an affair while he was still married and got married to Nadine after the divorce was finalized. The couple has two children, a son named Carter Belfort and a daughter named Chandler Belfort.
Caridi named the Yacht, The Nadine, which was owned by Jordan. Wisten & Vis built Nadine in 1961 in Holland for fashion icon Coco Chanel with a length of 37 meters. Her ex-husband, Jordan was the final owner of the luxury yacht Nadine. The yacht sank off the east coast of Sardinia and was rescued by frogmen from Italian Navy Special Forces unit COMSUBIN.
The couple ended their relationship in 2005. The reason for the separation was domestic violence, which was fueled by Jordan's drug addiction problems and affairs with other women.