Paul Raffi Abrahamian is an American reality TV personality, clothing designer, and musician. Born on June 13, 1993, in Tarzana, California, Paul Abrahamian is best known for his appearances in the United States reality TV show Big Brother and its spin-offs.
Paul Abrahamian was crowned the runner-up of the show Big Brother 18 and 19. As the runner-up, he took a big chunk of money both the times. In addition, his income from his clothing line has been adding to his net worth of $1 million.
Paul Abrahamian's Net Worth in 2018: $1 Million
Paul Abrahamian, the two-time runner-up of the show Big Brother hasn't disclosed his wealth, but he is estimated to be worth around $1 million, as of 2018.
The major source of his income is the reality TV show Big Brother. Also, as the consecutive runner-up of the show, Paul took home $50,000 each time, which have summed up his net worth.
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From 2016 to 2018, Paul appeared in five consecutive seasons of Big Brother, three times in the parent series and three times in spin-offs. Paul holds the record for the most time in the home at 191 days as a contestant and 193 days including one of the spin-offs.
Paul Abrahamian Owes His Success to Big Brother
Paul was introduced as a new HouseGuest on Big Brother 18 on June 19, 2016. He was nominated for six evictions through his stay in the house. After 99 days, he lost in the final jury vote of 5-4.
Thanks for the fun chat @RealityRecaps & thanks everyone who watched. Hope it was worthwhile.
— Paul Abrahamian (@deadskulltweets) October 15, 2017
Paul returned to the Big Brother 19 on June 28, 2017, as a swap contestant on the first day. Throughout the season, he was nominated for eviction only once. Paul won the first round of the final Head of Household competition but lost to fellow housemate Josh Martinez in the final, with final jury vote of 5-4.
Paul appeared in the series premiere of the Big Brother spin-off Celebrity Big Brother. He also appeared in the audience for the premiere episode of Big Brother 20 on June 27, 2018.
Likewise, he also appeared in the thirty-third episode of Big Brother 20, celebrating the engagement of Nicole Franzel and Victor Arroyo.
In addition to his involvement with Big Brother and its spin-offs, Paul has other incomes as a custom designer and a musician as well. His income from his work as a designer is reported at $200,000, annually.
Needles to mention, but the net worth he owns is pretty obvious.