Many 90 Day Fiancé members dipped their toes into the entrepreneurial world and started a business. Which stars are successful in their endeavors?
Some 90 Day Fiancé stars work traditional “real life” careers, while other cast members have become successful entrepreneurs. In general, most of the US citizens on the show had a job before entering the franchise. Being able to support their partner financially is a major stipulation for the K-1 visa. Some stars like Jovi Dufren and Russ Mayfield had less common jobs that required them to work away from home for long periods of time. Others, like Liz Woods, worked in more common industries like food service.
However, after the pandemic and with many couples welcoming children into their relationships, several 90 Day Fiancé franchise stars searched for different outlets to make an income. Stars like 90 Day Fiancé‘s Michael Ilesanmi turned to Cameo and Instagram to develop a following and bring in extra income through influencing. 90 Day: The Single Life star Tania Maduro also started an influencing career as she created her own OnlyFans page, where she sells pictures of her feet. Nonetheless, some stars have done well for themselves, earning money outside the franchise.
90 Day Fiancé Star Paola Mayfield Became A Wrestler
Paola Mayfield from 90 Day Fiancé season 1 disliked living in a small town in Oklahoma, and her relationship with Russ suffered greatly. The duo was on the verge of breaking up several times and even took a break from each other in August 2021. However, they were able to make it through the rough times, and Paola and Russ got back together. Since then, Paola became a professional wrestler and spends her time at the gym sculpting her body. Paola also provides workouts and meal plans on her website to help her fans get started on the right track.
Tiffany Franco Launched A Makeup Business
The Single Life star Tiffany Franco first appeared in the 90 Day Fiancé franchise when she fell in love with Ronald Smith, an ex-convict, and gambler from South Africa. Tiffany and Ronald went from meeting for the first time to married with two kids in under a year. Unfortunately, their relationship didn’t stand the test of time. However, Tiffany has since returned to the US and launched her makeup business, AddyRose Cosmetics. She’s also gained a strong following on TikTok and Instagram, earning Tiffany the social media influencer title.
90 Day Fiancé Star Miona Bell Launched A Hair Business
Newcomer Miona Bell appeared in 90 Day Fiancé season 9 and faced a few controversies, especially since Jibri Bell’s mother didn’t approve of their wedding. However, since their time on screen, 90 Day Fiancé star Miona has made a tremendous impact on the beauty industry. After her appearance, she launched a hair extension line called Miona Beauty. The company has scaled quickly and recently included wigs to her line.
The Single Life’s Stephanie Matto Sold Fart Jars & NFTs
The COVID-19 pandemic led to a lot of creative side hustles, and Stephanie Matto was aboard the train. Shortly after appearing on her first season of 90 Day Fiancé, she sold her farts in a jar, which unfortunately landed her in the hospital. She continued with her other side hustles and later sold NFTs. She later confirmed at the Tell-All that she had earned over a million dollars.
90 Day Fiancé Star Annie Suwan Owns a Fashion Boutique
90 Day Fiancé star Annie Suwan struggled to transition from Thailand to the U.S. and wasn’t happy with her husband’s David Toborowsky living arrangements. They struggled financially, and David even had to pay his dowry in installments. Nonetheless, the couple appears to be doing much better. In late 2021, Annie opened an online fashion boutique called Boom Bangkok which sells simple yet stylish dresses. At least some 90 Day Fiancé stars became successful after the show.