Christine Wolf is an athlete known to have amassed considerable wealth due to her consistent performances on the golf course. Although her monthly earnings remain unknown, Christine has amassed quite an fortune thanks to her performance on the green.
She has also established herself in the film industry through roles like Tootsie and Sullivan & Son, where her incredible acting skills left a mark with fans.
Early Life and Education
Christine Wolf prefers keeping her personal life and speaking publicly on matters private; however, she has gained a large following online. Christine is an accomplished writer and memoir coach. She offers writing lessons both publicly and privately; moderates panels; interviews people about gun violence; trauma; depression; mental health; sports advocacy and resilience issues among other things.
She resides in Maplewood, New Jersey with her husband and three adopted children whom they adore spending time together at home, school events, and family vacations.
She owns a 146-foot Westport motoryacht known as Quesera that she purchased for $22 million in 2004. Additionally, she owns and uses her Gulfstream G550 private jet for travel both within the country and overseas, investing in several tech companies along the way.
Christine Wolf is an award-winning author who has published multiple books and written over 200 episodes of TV shows. Additionally, Christine is in demand as a public speaker on topics including leadership, diversity, women’s issues and writing.
She was born in Kirchheim unter Teck, Germany on March 3, 1980 and competed for Germany and Australia in F42 long jump and T42 100 m events until her leg was amputated due to cancer treatments at 15 years of age. Following this eventful experience she started using a prosthetic leg in 1997 for running events.
After marrying Dick Wolf in 1983 and divorcing him ten years later in 2003, she claimed he withheld substantial financial information regarding his Law & Order deal at the time she signed their settlement agreement. Since then he has gone on to be one of Law & Order’s most successful producers as well as creating other popular franchises like Chicago and FBI.
Achievement and Honors
Christine Wolf has found much success competing as a sports athlete before moving into business. Now serving as Wildlife Protection Program Manager at Humane Society International, Christine promotes conservation and animal rights while working toward conservation initiatives.
She is also co-founder and President of Invest in Girls, a non-profit that offers financial education and scholarships for girls. She has won various awards, such as the Library of Congress National Women’s History Month Award.
Dick Wolf was her partner from 1983 until 2003. Together they had three children named Elliot, Olivia, and Serena – best known for creating Law & Order franchise – one of the most beloved television shows ever made and its subsequent spinoffs.
Christine Wolf is an award-winning journalist, columnist and editor whose writing has appeared in publications like the Chicago Tribune, Runner’s World and Sarah Moshman’s documentary Nevertheless. Additionally, Christine founded and edited Women This Way.
At the time of their divorce settlement, she received $17.5 million cash and annual spousal support of up to $2 million for eight years – plus their Maine home – from Dick and their financial advisers who mediated it; however, later she claimed they withheld information regarding talks between NBC and her that could value Law & Order at up to $1.6 billion.
Wolf has also invested in several emerging industries, including cannabis and tech. She currently owns 33,389 units of Wesco International stock.
Dick Wolf has amassed an estimated annual earnings of an estimated $125 Million through his work on Law and Order franchise and spinoffs.
Early on in his writing career for television, he contributed an episode to Hill Street Blues before creating and penning Law and Order’s inaugural episodes in 1990.
This series became an instantaneous hit and led to several other crime dramas including NY Undercover. When not working, he enjoys golfing and is an enthusiastic supporter of the Paralympic Games. Furthermore, he has purchased luxury goods like Quesera (146ft Westport yacht) and Gulfstream G550 private jet (G550), in addition to investing in multiple luxurious homes as well as collecting art pieces.