Nancy Grace Net Worth 2021

Nancy Grace is a well-known commentator of the United States of America. She is best known as the host of the “Nancy Grace“, “Trial Heat”, and “Closing Arguments”.  

Besides this, she was also a prosecutor of the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office (Atlanta) for one decade. Moreover, this multi-talented personality has written many books such as the Eleventh Victim and Murder in the Courthouse. Furthermore, she has also worked as a journalist for many journals and magazines. 

How much is Nancy Grace's Net Worth?

Nancy Grace’s net worth is $28 million. 

How has she earned this wealth?

She has earned this huge wealth by grace of her glorious career as a legal commentator on many television channels. Besides, she has made a handsome amount by bestselling books and as an opinion columnist for many renowned magazines, journals, and periodicals.  

Nancy Grace Net Worth

A Mini Biography of Nancy Grace

  • Her birth name is Nancy Ann Grace. 
  • People address her as Nancy Grace.  
  • She was born on 23rd October 1959 in Macon, Georgia, United States. 
  • Elizabeth Grace and Mac Grace are her parents. 
  • By nationality, she is an American. 
  • She belongs to White ethnicity. 
  • She believes in Roman Catholic religious views. 
  • Scorpio is her zodiac sign.
  • She is a former prosecutor, legal commentator, journalist, and television personality. 
  •  She was married to David Lynch in 2007. 
  • On 23 October 2020,  she celebrated her 61stbirthday. 
  • Physical factors:

Height

5 ft 1 in

Weight

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Hair Color

Regular Blond

Eye Color

Dark Brown

Nancy Grace's Early Life

Nancy Grace was born to Elizabeth Grace and Mac Grace on the 23rd day of October 1959 in Macon, Georgia. She is the youngest child of her parents. 

Her father was a freight agent of Southern Railway and mother was a factory worker. She has two older siblings called Mac Jr. and Ginny with whom she spent her early years in Macon. 

Educational Background of Nancy Grace

At the very beginning, Nancy Grace was admitted to the Macon’s Windsor Academy where she completed her preliminary education. Later on, she enrolled at Valdosta State University. Then, she moved to Mercer University where she obtained a B.A. degree. 

For a very young age, Nancy was quite influenced by Shakespeare and wanted to become a professor of Literature at the end of the studies. But a tragic incident changed her priorities at the age of 19. After her murder of her fiance, Keith Griffin, she decided to focus on a career in law. Following that, she earned a Juris Doctor from Walter F. George School of Law. Then, she enrolled at New York University and obtained an M.L. in Constitutional and Criminal Law. 

Nancy Grace's Personal Life

After the death of her fiance, Nancy Grace maintained a distance from any relationship or marriage for a long time. However, she decided to marry one of her college life friends, David Lynch. Finally, they tied the knot on 26th June 2007.

David Lynch is an investment banker in a small private ceremony whom Nancy knew from the 1970s while studying at Mercer University. Together they have two kids namely Lucy Elizabeth and John David, born in November 2007. Now, they reside in New York City, US.

Prosecutor Nancy Grace

After completing the studies, Nancy Grace joined the profession of teaching litigation and business law at the Georgia State University College of Law and the GSU’s School of Business respectively.  At the same time, she practised antitrust and consumer protection law with the Federal Trade Commission. Besides, she worked for a Federal Court judge as well. 

Afterwards, she got involved with the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office (Atlanta) as a special prosecutor. There she worked on many felony cases including serial murder, serial rape, serial child molestation, and serial arson for almost ten years. While working on these cases, Nancy Grace earned both accolades and slanders due to her overzealous attitude, unfair proceedings and such other things. 

Nancy Grace Net Worth 2021

Broadcaster Nancy Grace

In 1996, Nancy Grace left the profession of the prosecutor to catch the offer of hosting a legal commentary show for Court TV.  She hosted two famous commentary shows on Court TV named “Trial Heat” and “Closing Arguments”.  

However, Nancy Grace left this network on 19th June 2007 so that she could focus on the primetime legal analysis show, “Nancy Grace”, on CNN network (Later HLN). She kept appearing at that show from February 2005 to October 2016. 

While working for that show, she also hosted another show named “Swift Justice with Nancy Grace” (September 2010-May 2011).  

On 13 July 2019, Nancy Grace started to host a true-crime series called  “Injustice with Nancy Grace” for Oxygen TV

Other Media Appearances of Nancy Grace

Other than hosting many commentaries and crime shows, Nancy Grace appeared on “Dancing with the Stars”,  “Raising Hope”, “Law & Order”, “Hancock”, “Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry”, and many other shows.  

Portrait of Nancy Grace in Popular Media

Many highest rating shows including “Law & Order”, “Onion News Network”, “Saturday Night Live”, “This Hour Has 22 Minutes”,  and “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip”  have featured many events and stories of Nancy Grace. 

Nancy Grace's Writings

Besides all these, Nancy Grace was also a regular writer of many legal journals, реrіоdісаlѕ, and magazines including “American Bar Association Journal”. 

She has also written some bestseller books such as: 

  • Objection! How High-Priced Defense Attorneys, Celebrity Defendants, and a 24/7 Media Have Hijacked Our Criminal Justice System (2005) 
  • The Eleventh Victim (2009) 
  • Death on the D-List (2011)
  • Murder in the Courthouse (2016) 

Other Works of Nancy Grace

While staying at Atlanta, Nancy Grace served for ten years as a volunteer on a battered women’s hotline. Furthermore, she is the host of a daily podcast named “Crime Stories with Nancy Grace” from January 10, 2017. 

Awards & Achievements of Nancy Grace

Nancy Grace deserves lots of accolades for her multidimensional career. The Foundation of American Women in Radio  & Television has recognized her efforts on Court TV shows by presenting Gracie Awards (two times).

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