Debbie McGee’s net worth is estimated to be in the millions, thanks to a bequest from Paul Daniels.


Debbie McGee’s net worth is estimated to be in the millions, thanks to a bequest from Paul Daniels.

DEBBIE MCGEE is an English television personality and radio host who hosts a BBC Radio Berkshire Sunday morning show.

The 63-year-old is well-known as the widow of Paul Daniels, the late magician.

After his death, how much money did she get from him?

Debbie McGee will guest star in a repeat episode of Tipping Point Lucky Stars at 4 p.m. today.

The actress has previously appeared on television, and many Britons will recognize her as Paul Daniels’ former wife.

But how much cash does she have on hand?

Debbie McGee has a sizable net worth thanks to her appearances on television and radio, as well as her ballet career.

She was a professional ballet dancer and the artistic director of her own ballet company for three years before beginning her media career.

Her fortune was made possible by her late husband, a well-known and successful magician.

According to Idol Net Worth, Debbie has a net worth of around £1 million.

The TV star allegedly received just under £500,000 after her husband died in 2016 at the age of 77.

The rest of the late magician’s money was claimed by debts totaling over £1 million, according to reports at the time.

After being diagnosed with a brain tumor, the entertainer died in March 2016.

According to his will, he left Debbie the majority of his UK estate.

Debbie’s fortune is also thanks to Strictly Come Dancing.

According to the Sun, the former ballet dancer is thought to have earned £75,000 for reaching the show’s finals in 2017.

Along with Gemma Atkinson and Alexandra Burke, she came in second place, with Joe McFadden taking first place.

Debbie has also collaborated on a number of books with American author Susan Wilson.

Her earnings from this work, however, are unknown.

Debbie was born in the south-west London borough of Kingston upon Thames and has always loved to dance.

She joined the Iranian National Ballet Company in Tehran after winning a scholarship to study at the Royal Ballet School.

Her career was cut short by the Iranina Revolution, and she returned to the United Kingdom.

Debbie first met Paul Daniels in 1979 at his annual summer show rehearsals in London, and later became his assistant.

She was a regular performer in his London stage show It’s Magic.

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