|Celebrated Name:||Clare Bronfman|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Clare Bronfman|
|Age:||41 years old|
|Birth Date:||8 April 1979|
|Birth Place:||New York, United States|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||No|
|Is Clare Bronfman Lesbian?||No|
|Net Worth in 2020:||$600 Million|
|Last Updated:||August 2020|
Clare Bronfman is an American heiress and former horsewoman. She is the youngest daughter of the former billionaire chairman of Seagram liquor, Edgar Bronfman Sr.
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Early Life & Biography
Bronfman was born in 1979. Her father is Edgar Bronfman Sr., a Jewish Canadian business tycoon and her mother Rita Webb, the daughter of a pub owner, hailing from Essex, England. She has an elder sister named Sara Bronfman. Her parents divorced in 1975, reconciled in 1983, but divorced again. After their split, the daughters resided with their mother in England and Kenya but paid frequent visits to their father in Fifth Avenue, Sun Valley, Westchester County, and Charlottesville, Virginia.
Clare Bronfman is currently unmarried and is not in a relationship.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 8 April 1979, Clare Bronfman is 41 years old as of today’s date 9th August 2020. Her height is 1.67 m tall, and her weight is 55 kg.
Bronfman began her training as a horserider at a very young age.
One of her first competitions was the Millstreet Indoor International Horse Show, wherein she rode her horse, Enchante, against skilled equestrians such as Robert Splaine, Tim Stockdale, Billy Twomey, etc.
The first contest she emerged victorious in was the Grand Prix at Eindhoven. and took home a massive reward of £10,000. Later, she went on to take part in the World Final of the Samsung Nations Cup Series in Madrid. It was a team competition and her team finished seventh.
In 2002, she won the Grand Prix in Rome. She also finished second in the Der Joker competition, this time aboard Enchante. She was placed 13th in the main event, which made her the highest-ranked American in the game.
It was during this time that she got introduced to NXIVM and success workshops it claimed to offer, by her sister, Sara. Although she was extremely committed to her equestrian career, Bronfman gave it up and became a full-time member-a trainer at the NXIVM by the end of 2004.
In addition to this, she also served as the event MC for Vanguard Week and ran the “Ethical Humanitarian Foundation” alongside her sister.
However, in 2018, NXIVM’s founder, Keith Raniere, was indicted on charges like “sex trafficking” and “conspiracy to commit forced “labor. Bronfman too was convicted of identity theft and illegal procurement of money. She pleaded guilty in 2019 and admitted having harbored people for her financial profit. She was sentenced to imprisonment for 27 months.
Awards & Achievements
In 2001, Bronfman won the Grand Prix in Eindhoven after emerging victorious against Dermott Lennon. She also won the Grand Prix in Rome in the year 2002. She was one among the best five performers representing the U.S at the CSI-A competition. She finished second at the Der Joker competition in 2002.
Net Worth & Salary of Clare Bronfman in 2020
As of August 2020, Clare Bronfman has an estimated net worth of $600 Million. Her father was a philanthropist and the billionaire CEO of Seagram liquor for decades together. Currently, she works with her sister in various humanitarian endeavors, like the “Ethical Humanitarian Foundation,” and earns a significant amount through that.
Clare Bronfman is an American heiress, former equestrian, entrepreneur, and social activist. She is the youngest daughter of the philanthropist and the former chairman of Seagram liquor, Edgar Bronfman Sr. In 2019, she pleaded guilty to the federal charges pressed against her for her involvement in the NXIVM sex cult case.