Ali Wentworth, an actress, producer, author, and comedian, has been married to former Clinton administration press director and journalist George Stephanopoulos since 2001. Both very successful in their respective fields, Wentworth and Stephanopoulos have a combined net worth in the millions.
Actress, comedian, author, producer
Net worth: $16 million
Alexandra (Ali) Wentworth has had a long career in acting and comedy, with roles on television shows In Living Color, Head Case, and Night Cap. She’s made numerous guest appearances on other TV shows and been a correspondent on The Oprah Winfrey Show and The Tonight Show. Wentworth is also the author of several books, including one published in 2022, Ali’s Well That Ends Well.
Birthdate: Jan. 12, 1965
Birthplace: Washington, D.C.
Education: BA from New York University
Spouse: George Stephanopoulos
Journalist, author, former White House communications director
Net worth: $40 million
George Stephanopoulos is an American television reporter and analyst who has been with the ABC News network since 1997. He formerly worked as an advisor to the Democratic Party. Stephanopoulos served as communications director for Bill Clinton’s presidential campaign and then in the same role while Clinton was in the White House, resigning soon after his election to a second term in 1996. Since then, he has become a decorated journalist and won three Emmys.
Birthdate: Feb. 10, 1961
Education: BA from Columbia University; MA from Balliol College, Oxford
Spouse: Ali Wentworth
Ali Wentworth’s net worth is estimated to be $16 million
George Stephanopoulos is worth about $40 million
Ali Wentworth and George Stephanopoulos have been married for over 20 years
The pair met in April 2001 and by November of that year, they were married. Wentworth and Stephanopoulos are parents of two daughters, Elliott and Harper.
In 2010, the couple moved from Washington, D.C., to New York, and they live in a home in Manhattan worth $6.5 million, according to Hello magazine. They also bought another residence in 2010 for $3.5 million.
Stephanopoulos has been involved in several scandals over the years
During his political career, Stephanopoulos faced several scandalous issues. In 1994, he tried to discredit Paula Jones’s allegations of harassment against Bill Clinton. He was also sued by Gennifer Flowers for defamation in 1999 in a similar situation.
Stephanopoulos moderated major political events, such as the final Democratic Party debate between Obama and Hillary Clinton and a 2012 debate among Republican candidates.
The journalist also came under scrutiny for reportedly having had ties to Jeffrey Epstein. However, Stephanopoulos said he had only attended one party thrown by the convicted sex offender.