Kendra Wilkinson Net Worth – Facts About Kendra Wilkinson and Eminem
Kendra Wilkinson is an iconic glamour model and TV star in the United States, best known as one of Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Bunnies and featured on reality series “The Girls Next Door.” In addition to this she has written a book and appeared in multiple movies and television shows before becoming married to Hank Baskett in 2005.
The couple have two children together. She was born and raised by her mother and grandmother in San Diego, California, playing softball while in high school before working as a glamor model and dental practice after graduation. At Hefner’s 78th birthday party she was asked by him to be one of his girlfriends; agreeing, she soon became household names – later even appearing in a reality show depicting her life after she moved out of Playboy Mansion into an apartment complex.
She became well-known through her role on The Adventures of Hyperman television show during the ’90s, alongside fellow Playboy Bunnies Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt. Additionally, she has appeared in several films such as Horror Comedy movie Scary Movie 4.
Kendra made her memoir debut with Sliding into Home in 2010, as well as appearing in WWE and Girls Next Level alongside fellow Playboy Bunnies. Kendra on Top debuted on WEtv in 2012 and became their best-debuting reality show to date.
At one point during filming for Akon’s song, “Smack That Ass,” she claimed Eminem threw water onto her face without provocation, prompting an angry blog post against the rapper which later was disproved by his representatives.
As of 2020, she is estimated to be worth an estimated US$2.6 billion due to her prominence as one of Hefner’s girlfriends and her fame on The Girls Next Door reality show. Additionally, she served as face for Hostess brands including Twinkies before they were purchased by Gores Holdings in 2020.
She was married to Hank Baskett from 2004-2010, with whom they have two children together. Throughout her marriage, she spoke openly about her struggle with bipolar disorder and depression as well as addictions such as prescription drug misuse and alcohol misuse. She has spoken openly about her relationship with Hefner and the subsequent tragedy that was his death, as well as her current struggles with drug addiction and her efforts to get clean. Despite these obstacles, she remains focused on recovery while advocating strongly for mental health awareness. She has become an inspiration to many along her journey, sharing details in her book Sliding Into Home about it all. Additionally, she partnered with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to raise awareness about suicide as well as hosting fundraisers and charity events to raise money for her cause.