Victoria Gotti
Victoria Gotti
Celebrated Name: Victoria Gotti
Real Name/Full Name: Victoria Gotti
Gender: Female
Age: 61 years old
Birth Date: 27 November 1962
Birth Place: New York, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.65 m
Weight: 60 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Divorced
Husband/Spouse (Name): Carmine Agnello (m. 1984 – 2000)
Children/Kids (Son and Daughter): Yes (Carmine Gotti Agnello, John Gotti Agnello, and Frank Gotti Agnello)
Dating/Boyfriend (Name): N/A
Is Victoria Gotti Lesbian/Gay?: No
Profession: Tv Personality
Salary: N/A
Net Worth in 2024: $3 Million
Last Updated: April 2024

Victoria Gotti is a writer and Reality TV Personality. She is the daughter of John Gotti, a convicted mafia don popularly known as “The Dapper Don.” She excelled academically in school and began college at the age of 15. She appeared on the NBC reality series Celebrity Apprentice in 2012 and was eliminated in the second round.

In 1995, Gotti wrote her first book, Women and Mitral Valve Prolapse, inspired by her struggle with the illness. The success of her first book led her to pursue her career in writing. She wrote another mystery novel, The Senator’s Daughter. In 1984, Gotti got married to Carmine Agnello who was her “first real boyfriend,” whom she knew from high school days

Maybe you know about Victoria Gotti very well, but do you know how old and tall is she and what is her net worth in 2024? If you do not know, we have prepared this article about details of Victoria Gotti’s short biography-wiki, career, professional life, personal life, today’s net worth, age, height, weight, and more facts. Well, if you’re ready, let’s start.

Early Life & Biography

Victoria Gotti was born on November 27, 1962, in Brooklyn, New York. She is the daughter of the late Gambino crime family Mafia boss John Gotti and mother, Victoria DiGiorgio. She, along with her four siblings, including brothers John A. Gotti, Frank Gotti, and sister Angel Gotti grew up in an ordinary middle-class family who used to live in a two-storied house in Howard Beach, New York. Gotti’s father was frequently in-and-out of jail during her childhood. Her mother took care of all the children.

Gotti had a keen interest in reading and was an excellent and devoted student. In high school, she skipped two grades and attended St. John’s University in 1977, at the age of 15. She was diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse, a condition that makes the heart race, causing dizziness and palpitations.

Personal Life

In 1984, Gotti married her boyfriend, Carmine Agnello, whom she knew in high school and was working as a scrap-metal dealer. The couple had three sons, Carmine, Frank, and John. They also had a daughter named Justine.  Her father, John Gotti, was sentenced to life without parole for dishonest and fraudulent business dealings and five counts of murder. Family disasters seemed to be part and parcel of Gotti’s life. Her 12-year-old brother Frank died in a car accident while negotiating traffic on board a motorbike.

In 1992, her father was declared guilty of extortion and five counts of homicide. He was imprisoned for life without any provision of parole. Gotti’s husband was arrested for using extortion and arson to frighten a Queens business competitor. In federal prison, her father breathed his last in after suffering from head and neck cancer. Later, in 2003 Gotti applied for divorce after tolerating her husband’s numerous incidents of infidelity and illegal activities.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 27 November 1962, Victoria Gotti is 61 years old as of today’s date 17th April 2024. Her height is 1.65 m tall, and her weight is 60 kg.


Victoria Gotti started her career as a columnist at the New York Post and a reporter for WNYW, a flagship station of Fox Television catering to the New York City populace. In 1995, she wrote her first book, “Women and Mitral Valve Prolapse,” which was about her heart problem and her battle to cope with it. The context for her book was relatable in terms and received critical acclaims from patients and doctors.

After the success of her first book in 1997, she wrote her first fiction work, the mystery novel “The Senator’s Daughter.” Her second fiction work was published in 1999, “I’ll Be Watching You,” with good reviews. Her other books include “Hot Italian Dish” (2006), “Superstar” (2000), “This Family of Mine: What It Was Like Growing Up Gotti” (2009).

In August 2004, Gotti in a reality television show titled “Growing Up Victoria Gotti,” on the A&E Network along with her three teenage sons. The show became so much popular that she and her three sons were nicknamed “The Hottie Gottis” by the adoring audiences. In 2012, she returned to reality television as a part of the 18 contestants on the American reality television show “Celebrity Apprentice.”

She was eliminated in only the second week of the competition after competing with the likes of singer Clay Aiken, and actor George Takei. She appeared as a guest in season 5 of the show “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” and appeared again in season 6. She was then seen in “Storm A-Brewin,” fifth season episode of the VH1 reality show “Mob Wives.”

Awards & Achievements

As far as awards are concerned, Victoria hasn’t won any official award in her career, but the biggest achievement of her life was to fight a disease like breast cancer ang coming up victorious life. She is a proud single mother of her three children and raising them very well, even if their father is in prison.

Net Worth & Salary of Victoria Gotti in 2024

Victoria Gotti Net Worth
Victoria Gotti Net Worth

As of April 2024, The net worth of Victoria Gotti is $3 million. Her source of income includes the sales of her books and her appearance in tv series. She has written and published six books in her career and was the main protagonist of the reality television series Growing Up with Gotti. She used to live in a mansion Westbury, New York, worth $3.2 million with her sons that was awarded to her after foreclosure in 2009.

Victoria Gotti is a successful author who came from a criminal family. She earned the hearts of fans with her boisterous personality and resolved to be the peacemaker in the conflicts involving her family and friends. She had a tough time dealing with all the family disasters. But she stayed strong and continued her work in writing and kept herself busy doing reality shows. Gotti is much more than just John Gotti’s daughter and doesn’t need the glitz and glamour of Hollywood to live a fulfilling life.


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