Alexis Maas is an American woman best recognized as the fourth wife of late American talk show host and comedian Johnny Carson who had an estimated net worth of $300 million during his death.
Born in 1952, the 66-year-old first rose to fame after she got married to the man and as of now, her estimated net worth is around millions, all thanks to the worth inherited from her late husband.
Maas is a person who loves to live a luxurious life as, during the initial phase of her marriage with the legendary TV personality, she was reported to spend jaw-dropping money in honeymoon, vacations, and others.
Let's find out more about her net worth, earnings, and assets.
Alexis Maas Net Worth and Earnings
There are not many details about Mass' profession, but reportedly, she is living a life of luxury from the sum she has inherited from Carson.
During his deathbed, Carson had an estimated net worth of $300 million, and he also had an annual salary of $25 million at the time. Right after his death, the $156 million out of his hundred million dollars fortune was donated to charity while the rest was inherited by his wife, Alexis Maas.
There have been numerous people out there claiming their part of the wealth, but that has not happened, and Maas is the sole owner of the fortune.
Other than this, there are no other details about her source of income and earnings.
Alexis Maas Assets: Houses and Cars
Moving on to Maas' assets, i.e., houses and cars, she has bought and sold a number of estates throughout the years.
She along with her husband owned numerous estates throughout the states, and she became the sole owner of the properties after the death of her husband.
Not long after Carson's death, the widow sold their Malibu estate which they owned for quite some time. The mansion covers 4 acres and has a gorgeous view of the ocean. It also features a guest house, saltwater pool, tennis court, locker room, gym, and much more.
She sold the mansion in 2007 for somewhere between $38 million to $40 million.
She made headlines after she sold the house and at the same time, it was also reported that she bought another house in Beverly Hills silently for a massive $14.5 million. The new house also covers 13,623 sq ft.
Throughout the years, the legendary Malibu mansion has been passed down to different people. The first person to buy the house in 2007 was Sidney Kimmel, the founder of Jones Apparel Group.
In 2017, it was reported that the mansion was back on the market for $81.5 million.
After the death of her husband, Maas has stayed very low profile and as of now, there are no reports of her purchasing houses, cars or other assets.