Adrienne Maloof is an American businesswoman and personality born in 1961. She was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and came from a rather wealthy family. Maloof received a tennis scholarship to the University of New Mexico and graduated with a degree in political science.
Adrienne Maloof’s parent’s chain, Maloof Companies, soon grew and she assisted with amercing and promotions before she started handling all marketing operations. She eventually starred on the Bravo show “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” and remained on the show for three seasons until 2013.
Adrienne and her family have had successful business careers. They own the NBA’s Sacramento Kings for a period of time, as well as the WNBA’s Sacramento Monarchs. They have a minority stake in the NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights. They own various hotels and casinos in the Las Vegas area and have their own production company for television and film projects.
Adrienne Maloof currently own’s a 2% stake in the Palms Casino Resort, and various Maloof companies operate today with a large degree of success.