Not only are they either married to doctors or doctors themselves, but the cast members of Married to Medicine have cashed in on the reality TV industry as well. So you could imagine that these Bravo stars and alums have earned a pretty penny in their careers so far… and we’d bet good money that some viewers want to see the Married to Medicine net worths ranked.
Fortunately, inquiring minds don't need to look much further than here to figure out who in the cast makes the most money. Here's each cast member's — past and present — net worths!
Lateasha “Sweet Tea” Lunceford — $1 million
Lateasha “Sweet Tea” Lunceford came on to Married to Medicine in Season 10, prepared for rumors about her income. As the second wife of Dr. Gregory Lunceford, Quad Webb’s ex-husband, Lateasha’s co-stars believed she might be using Greg for his money. However, the former military Pharmacy Tech worked as a program director before she met her husband. Nonetheless, Lateasha’s marriage boosted her net worth to $1 million.
Dr. Alicia Elogum — $1.5 million
Dr. Alicia Elogum joined Married to Medicine in Season 10 after years of working in the oral medical field. The “dentist-turned-mompreneur” has a reported net worth of $1.5 million, which she earned by her various ventures. In addition to her dental career, Alicia is a realtor and the CEO of her real estate company, Alicia Egolum Group. According to the company’s Instagram bio, Alicia’s company has offices in Atlanta, Ga., and Washington, D.C.
Quad Webb: $1.5 million
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Quad has a net worth of $1.5 million. As her Bravo bio explains, Quad used to be a medical sales representative, but now she’s a business owner, an author, a philanthropist, and even a brand contributor for BCBG! In 2019, she released Cooking With Miss Quad: Live, Laugh, Love and Eat, a cookbook with recipes like jalapeño-cheese hushpuppies and Memphis dry-rub ribs.
Dr. Jackie Walters: $3 million
This award-winning OB/GYN graduated from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine and completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the Medical Center of Central Georgia and Mercer University, Bravo says. She’s also the founder of the 50 Shades of Pink Foundation.
Dr. Simone Whitmore: $3.5 million
After graduating from the Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennessee State University and checking off an OB/GYN residency at Boston University and Boston Medical Center, Simone launched North Perimeter OB/GYN in Duluth, Ga., in 2004. And she also teamed up with business partner Kimberly Taylor to launch a body moisturizing cream.
Dr. Contessa Metcalfe — $3.5 million
Dr. Contessa joined Married to Medicine in Season 5 and quit the series ahead of Season 10. According to multiple reports, the pharmacovigilance physician has a net worth of $3.5 million. Since leaving reality TV behind, Contessa has focused on her pharmaceutical company, Chastain Integrative Medicine.
Toya Bush-Harris: $4 million
Toya knows a thing or two about medicine, having worked for Fortune 500 pharmaceutical companies and having married Dr. Eugene Harris. These days, Toya has her own company, TBH Entertainment, through which she released her children’s book, Sleepyhead, Please Go to Bed.
Mariah Huq: $4 million
Mariah not only starred in four seasons of Married to Medicine, but she also created the show! A self-described “travelista, entrepreneur, [and] foodie,” Mariah left the cast in Season 7 but remains one of Married to Medicine’s executive producers.
Heavenly Kimes: $4 million
Heavenly the dentist and CEO behind Smiles by Dr. Heavenly in Atlanta, but she also has a multimillion-corporation of dental practices, Bravo notes. As for her other professional pursuits, Heavenly also contributed to the Wake Up … Live the Life You Love books series and authored the advice guide Dr. Heavenly’s Business Prescriptions.
Phaedra Parks — $6 million
Phaedra Parks has moved on from the Real Housewives of Atlanta peaches and is now throwing shade on Married to Medicine, joining the series in Season 10. Phaedra, an established attorney, entrepreneur, and aspiring holistic business owner, reportedly has a net worth of $6 million.
Kari Wells: $8 million
The so-called “Queen of Class and Sass,” Kari, who was only on M2M in Season 1, majored in business, foreign languages, dance, and drama… and her career history just as diverse! As her Bravo bio explains, Kari has worked as a model, a real estate developer, a film production company owner, and a medical realty CEO.
Lisa Nicole Cloud: $8 million
Lisa, who famously left Married to Medicine in Season 4 after two seasons, has also lived many professional lives. The former pharmaceutical sales rep has branched out as a direct sales expert, professional speaker, business and success coach, author, clothing designer, and philanthropist. She mentors businesspeople in the MLM space, and she’s the founder of The Lisa Nicole Collection, a fashion line for businesswomen.
Anila Sajja — $5-10 million
Anila Sajja may have only appeared on Married to Medicine for two seasons (8-9), but her bank account suggests she didn’t need the show to pay her bills. Anila’s net worth falls between $5-10 million, possibly making her the richest of her former castmates. The fashion blogger and influencer’s husband, ophthalmologist Dr. Kiran Sajja, has reportedly done well for himself, which has helped boost Anila’s net worth. She is also a partner of a beauty brand called Private Label.