Eric Villency’s Net Worth is estimated around $2 million (USD).
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Eric Villency is a well-known American entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of Villency Design Group, a company that specializes in interior and product design. Villency has considerable experience in the boutique fitness industry, having developed the Peloton indoor bike, the SoulCycle indoor fitness bike, and Rumble fitness equipment.
Eric Villency’s net worth
Eric Villency writes for the Huffington Post as a contributor. He has contributed to The New York Times, Information, Best Life, Women’s Health, and Departures, among other publications.
His net worth is estimated to be $2 million (USD).
Height & Weight
Eric Villency is 5 feet 7 inches tall, or 1.67 meters or 167 centimeters. He is about 63 kg (139 lbs) in weight. His eyes are dark brown, and his hair is brown. He, too, is a fitness nut. He has a shoe size of 10 in the United States.
Birth, Parents Siblings&
Eric Villency was born in New York City, on June 10, 1975. He is a 45-year-old male. Virgo is his zodiac sign. He was born in the United States of America. He is of mixed race and holds American citizenship.
Rowann Villency, a mixed media artist, and Robert Villency, the chairman of Maurice Villency, are his parents. He also has siblings.
He has a good degree, according to his credentials. Villency is a University of Wisconsin alum.
Facts of Eric Villency
|Real Name||Eric Scot Villency|
|Nick Name||Eric Villency|
|Birthday||June 10, 1975|
|Birthplace||New York City, US|
|Height||approx. 5 ft 7 in (1.67 m)|
|Weight||approx. 63 Kg (139 lbs)|
|Body Measurements||approx. 34-26-35 inches|
|Bra Cup Size||33 C|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Shoe Size||10 (US)|
|Children||Son: Ronan Anthony|
|Wife/Spouse||1. Kimberly Guilfoyle
2. Caroline Fare
|Net Worth||approx. $2 m (USD)|
Eric Villency’s Relationship
On the island of Barbados, Eric Villency married Kimberly Guilfoyle, a former assistant district attorney in San Francisco and co-host of Fox News’ The Five.
On May 27, 2006, the couple tied the knot. Ronan Anthony, the couple’s son, was born to them.
Guilfoyle and Villency divorced on June 23, 2009.
Later that year, they divorced. In December 2013, he married Caroline Fare, a Swedish artist, in West Palm Beach. In 2017, Villency and Fare divorced.
Maurice Villency, Villency’s grandfather, founded a furniture company in New York City in 1932. Eric Villency became CEO of his grandfather’s company, the Villency Design Group, in 1998.
Villency was dubbed “The Wizard of Wellness” in 2003 by Well + Good, and he was named one of the most influential designers to watch in 2016 by Inc magazine. In 2001, he received the FIT “All-Star Salute” award, which honors design and fashion pioneers.
Villency oversaw the opening of the Maurice Villency flagship store on 57th Street in Manhattan, as well as the launch of the company’s first home accessories line, in 2002. In 2006, he opened the “Villency Atelier,” a custom design and fabrication workshop for design professionals.
Villency Pure Design, an environmentally friendly and locally manufactured furniture range, was introduced in 2008 as Villency’s newest business initiative. He has given talks at the Savanah College of Art and Design.
He’s specialized in boutique fitness for a long time, developing the Peloton indoor bike, the SoulCycle indoor fitness bike, and Rumble fitness equipment.
Eric Villency also writes for the Huffington Post as a contributor. He’s contributed to The New York Times, Information, Best Life, Women’s Health, and Departures, among other publications.
Quick Facts of Eric Villency
- Maurice Villency, Eric Villency’s grandfather, founded a furniture company in New York City.
- Villency became CEO of his grandfather’s company, the Villency Design Group, in 1998.
- He is a huge animal lover.
- One of his favorite colors is white.
- Villency has been honored with the IFDA’s “Design Industry” award in 2007.