Ina Garten: Net Worth and Amassed Wealth

Ina Garten Net Worth

What is Ina Garten’s net worth?

The chef has amassed a net worth of $55 million.

Ina Garten – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $55 million
Date of birth: February 2, 1948 (76 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 160
Profession: Chef, Financial adviser, Television presenter, Writer

Biography – A Short Wiki

Ina was born February 2, 1948 in Brooklyn, New York into a family of surgeon. She married Jeffrey Garten in 1968. She earned MBA degree at George Washington University. Garten is a successful author of several books about cooking. She became even more famous as a host of Barefoot Contessa TV show on Food Network. Ina also appeared on Chefography and 30 Rock.


After getting married, Ina and her husband moved to North Carolina. Her husband is a war hero, and after his return from a long war in Vietnam, the couple went on a tour to France where she fell in love with French Cuisine. The trip changed her life and the way of cooking. After returning to the U.S.A., they moved to Washington, D.C.

Ina Garten Wealth
Ina Garten is looking supreme as ever, and her net worth isn’t too bad either.

Personal Life

There is not much to gossip about Ina’s romantic life except her perfect love story. She met her husband at a very young age of 15 when she was visiting her brother at Dartmouth College. After the meet, the couple started dating and fell in love with each other. Ina left Syracuse University in between and got married to her husband, Jeffery Garten.


“I love Alton Brown’s show ‘Good Eats,’ about the chemistry of food. It’s really thoughtful.”

— Ina Garten

“I like almonds as a snack – keeps your energy up but doesn’t fill you up.”

— Ina Garten

“I use other cookbooks for inspiration. I must say I tend to cook from my own cookbooks for parties.”

— Ina Garten

“The dirty little secret is that I grew up in a household where there were no carbohydrates allowed, ever. No cookies, no bread, no potatoes, no rice. My mother was very extreme in terms of what she served. Since I left home more than 40 years ago, I’ve been making it right for myself.”

— Ina Garten

“I don’t like sitting at a table that’s too large, where everyone is too far apart. That’s a party killer.”

— Ina Garten