What’s Richard Simmons’ web value?

Richard Simmonsborn Milton Teagle Simons, first made a name for himself in the 80s with his aerobic workout videos and flamboyant personality.

Eight years ago, Simmons, 74, stepped back from the public eye. However, even with the “Sweatin’ to the Oldies” star’s virtual hideout, Simmons has an estimated net worth of $20 million, per Celebrity Net Worth. Due to the success of his aerobics videos, Simmons launched a fitness studio in Los Angeles called “Slimmons.”

He was also the host of “The Richard Simmons Show,” which aired from 1980 to 1984.

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Richard Simmons has a net worth of around $20 million. (Photo by American Broadcasting Company / Getty Images)

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Simmons first bought his Los Angeles House for $670,000 in 1982. Today, the website estimates his house to be worth $6-8 million.

RICHARD SIMMONS SPEAKING IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SHOCKING DOCKS EXPLAINING HIS UNREALITY FROM THE SHOT

TMZ produced a documentary, “TMZ Investigates: What Really Happened to Richard Simmons,” in which the network claims that the star has knee problems and doesn’t want to come across as a “weak” parent.

“Richard wants to step down before his image is reshaped as a parent,” the documentary says. “And his knee problem was a big factor in his decision.”

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Fitness teacher Richard Simmons exercising in 1980 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

After FOX screened the documentary, Simmons went to his Facebook page and shared a photo of a smiling emoji holding a thank you note.

“Thank you, everyone, for your kindness and love!” wrote the 74-year-old man by heart. “Love, Richard.”

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Simmons teaches the latter fitness class in 2014 and retreated from the public eye. His absence has led to several theories about the star’s sudden departure, including a podcast entitled “The Missing Richard Simmons,” as well as numerous conspiracy theories alleging he was held hostage at his Hollywood Hills home by his housekeeper.

In 2017, Simmons’ brother Lenny spoke with People magazine and claimed the fitness guru was “fine” and wanted to “get some rest” after four decades as an entertainer.

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Richard Simmons rose to fame with his flamboyantly styled aerobic videos. (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok / Getty Images)

“My sister is doing well,” Lenny, who was Richard’s older brother, told the outlet at the time. “She’s not sick. There’s absolutely nothing medically wrong with her. This stuff about her transition into a woman is ridiculous. My wife Cathy and I were out there for Christmas and spent five days with her and I can assure you, she didn’t. is transitioning into nothing but itself.”

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Lenny continued: “After 40 odd years he has just decided he wants to rest. He is now 68 and he is in good health, but he just wants some time to himself.”

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