Investor and entrepreneur Court Westcott got into media spotlight after his beautiful wife Kameron joined The Real Housewives of Dallas reality series in 2017. As a founder of ivestment firm Westcott LLC, Court is a very affluent man. He invests in several industries, utilizing his diverse experience from past employments. Court Westcott’s net worth is approximately 4.8 million dollars in 2020. Check out also the wealth of Leah McSweeney, David Slaine, and Michael Wainstein.
Court was born on September 16, 1978 in Dallas, Texas. That puts his current age at 41 years. He studied at the Vanderbilt University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Political Science. After that, he got his MBA at Southern Methodist University.
Early on, Westcott proved his entrepeneurial spirit, when he founded a chain of fancy nail spa salons Polished LLC but also Westcott LLC that invests into augmented reality, real estate, finance, energy, and many other sectors.
As of 2020, he is still a managing partner at Westcott LLC. Company has venture investments in many promising startups, including Immusoft, Rent My Wardrobe, and Ubimax. They already exited from some other, such as Genome Compiler.
Court started dating attractive blond Kameron while they were both still at college. He as attending Vanderbilt University. Their romance blossomed and they eventually got married during a beautiful ceremony on San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, California.
They are still together in 2020. They have two children together, son Cruise and daughter Hilton. Their family started living much more public life once his wife joined RHOD during second season. She remained on the main cast till this day.
Court Westcott net worth increases over the last years
- 2017: $3.9 million
- 2018: $4 million
- 2019: $4.5 million
- 2020: $4.8 million
Sources of income, salary
As a venture capitalist, Westcott has his net worth diversified between many high risk assets. We are talking about shares in all those up and coming companies in highly volatile industries. But you have to risk it for the biscuit, right? However, that mean that his exact wealth is hard to measure and subject of frequent change.