Lori Greiner stands in the list of best television personalities in America. She is not only a good television personality, but also a notable entrepreneur and inventor too. This multi talented woman invented an intricate box which made her rich in no time. Later she invested her money in Scrub Daddy Company and earned huge revenue from this investment. Asides this, she decided to join television industry. She kicked the stardom through joining television show Shark Tank in 2012. Lori is also a good writer too, she has published her first book Invent it, Sell it and Bank it _ Make Your Million Dollar Idea into a Reality in March 2014. Her book became one of the top selling books in America. She is also running her own company along with her beloved spouse in Chicago. In this article you will learn about the television personality Lori Greiner, about her family photos, husband, age and height, which is written below.

Lori Greiner Family Member Name and Relationship:

  • Spouse: Dan Greiner

Lori Greiner Family:

She born and brought up into a well known family of Chicago. Her father was a well known real estate developer in America, while her mother is a psychiatrist. She was only nine years old when her parents divorced and she started living with her mother. Lori loves her beloved family and always shares her happy moments with them.

Lori Greiner Husband:

She has married and enjoying her married life with her beloved husband Daniel Greiner. Daniel worked as a controller for Bell& Howell. After their wedding, he started working as a manager for his wife’s company. She loves her beloved husband and spending her happy married life with her beloved husband.

Lori Greiner Age:

She was born on 9th December in 1969 in Chicago. She is currently in her 47th year of age and going to celebrate her 48th birthday in 2017.

Lori Greiner Height:

She has perfect height and weight ratio. She is 5.4 feet tall with perfect weight and body measurements, which makes her hottest television personality in America.

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