Randy Fenoli is a well-known fashion director and tv show host who is also an LGBT icon in the fashion world. He designs wedding dresses and bridal wears. Furthermore, he has also written books on fashion.
Randy Fenoli was born under the birth sign Aquarius on 1964 January 30 in the state of Illinois in the United States of America. He spent most of his childhood in his hometown of Mount Vernon. He was interested in fashion from an early age.
Similarly, he showed major interest in the field of fashion from the age of 9. Further, he designed and sewed gowns from that age.
He moved to Louisiana at the age of 16 where he got his high school education. After this, he decided to join Louisiana State University but he dropped out, later on, to pursue a career in fashion. In addition to this, he also did hair and makeup after leaving college in his sophomore year.
The 55 years, Randy Fenoli has kept to himself about his personal life and his relationships. Once there was a rumor that he was married after quoted himself,
I was married to Liza Minnelli online for 7 years. I thought I should send anniversary flowers.
However, he never confirms the statement. In the same way, he doesn’t reveal details about his personal life on social media or otherwise. He is very secretive about his love life and some doubt whether he dates anyone at all.
As Randy Fenoli is a famous media celebrity, he has amassed a lot of wealth during his career. Similarly, working on different shows he has been paid off very well. As of 2018, his net worth is estimated to be around $4 million. It is reported that he earns a salary of $66,910 annually.
Furthermore, he earns from his T.V shows too. It is speculated that he earns more than $50,000 per year from his T.V shows too but this data cannot be verified.
Randy Fenoli was very interested in the fashion business from an early age. He won Miss Gay America in 1990 as Brandi Alexander. He used the prize money to support his fashion dream.
Again, he joined the New York Institute of Fashion by using the prize money. He was offered to join Vivian Dessy Diamond, of the Vivian Diamond company. Consequently, he used experience from this job later on when he was offered at Kleinfeld.
Apart from this, he has worked in several different T.V shows. Firstly, he hosted Say Yes to the Dress, TLC from 2007 till now. He then worked in Say Yes to the Dress: Randy Knows Best, TLC from 2011 to 2013. After this, he hosted Randy to the Rescue, TLC from 2012 to 2016. He now works independently consulting fashion for people.