Wendy Fiore is a former glamour model and social media celebrity who was born on December 21, 1983, in Chicago, Illinois, United States.
She became well-known after gaining popularity on social media platforms such as Instagram, MySpace, Facebook, and Twitter. She was mostly known for her work as a glamour model, however she left the industry in 2017.
Wendy Fiore’s net worth
Wendy Fiore’s net worth is predicted to be over $500,000 as of early 2020, thanks to a successful modeling career. With sponsored articles, modeling opportunities, and a fashion design firm, she was reported to be earning over $100,000 per year at the height of her career.
It’s unclear if she’s still working in the same capacity since falling silent on the internet.
Early Years and the Start of a Career
Wendy is of Polish and Italian origin, and she grew up in Chicago, where her mother and stepfather reared her as a Roman Catholic. Bud Asher, her stepfather, is a politician who served as mayor of Daytona Beach, Florida for most of the 1990s and early 2000s.
Despite her stepfather’s celebrity, she spent much of her childhood away from the spotlight, being nurtured primarily by her mother, who worked in fashion design. Her stepfather’s job as a coach was still going strong at the moment.
She wanted to be a model as a child but was forbidden from doing so by her parents, resulting in a lot of friction in their family, prompting her to leave and come to New York to explore chances on her own.
She established herself online during her time there, using the pseudonyms Wendy 4 and Party Girl to create a MySpace account.
Career Opportunities on the Internet
Wendy was one of the first models to pursue an online profession, and she immediately earned fame for her good looks on MySpace, which was one of the most major social networking sites in the United States. Her enormous breasts, which were measured at 32JJ, were one of her most conspicuous attributes.
She attracted tens of thousands of MySpace fans and submitted sensuous photographs that enhanced her appearance, boosting her fame significantly.
She eventually began modeling for websites such as SportsByBrooks and ActionGirls, which featured glamour models.
Fiore made accounts on other websites, mainly Instagram, when new platforms emerged and the popularity of MySpace waned.
She used her own name on her Instagram account and swiftly grew her following to over 500,000 in a short time by posting photographs from photo shoots and other albums.
Her celebrity led to her being published in a number of online sites, as well as guest appearances on radio shows.
She portrayed herself as a powerful lady who wasn’t scared to speak her mind. However, things began to shift in 2017 when she began to be less active online.
She eventually made her Instagram private and deleted all of her social media accounts, with no explanation as to why.
Bud Asher, stepfather
Bud Asher grew raised in Atlanta and entered in the United States Navy after finishing high school. He served as a pilot in World War II and was awarded two Air Medals for his efforts.
He joined a torpedo squadron and served on the USS Bennington and the USS Bunker Hill. His military career took him to Okinawa, Iwo Jima, Palau, Guam, and the Philippines, among other places.
After the war, he went to Georgia to finish his bachelor’s and law degrees at the University of Georgia.
He was a lawyer until the 1950s, when he decided to try his hand at coaching American football.
He managed many companies in Florida, including nightclubs, hotels, and motels, while working at Stetson University.
Following a dramatic increase of spring break attendees in Fort Lauderdale, he was credited with helping to establish Daytona Beach as a top destination for spring breakers.
His marketing campaign for Daytona Beach was a huge success, earning him the moniker “Father of Springbreak.”
Bud Asher on Coaching and Politics
Asher built a successful political career while also coaching American Football for more than six decades.
He began his coaching career as a high school coach and went on to work at Bethune-Cookman University after his time at Stetson.
His coaching abilities eventually drew the attention of professional clubs, and he went on to coach the Jacksonville Sharks in the now-defunct World Football League.
He was known for scouting various players who would go on to have success in both college football and the National Football League (NFL), a skill that led to a career as a talent scout for the Cincinnati Bengals, San Diego Chargers, and Oakland Raiders in the NFL.
He was also a district judge before becoming a city commissioner in 1983, where he served for almost 12 years until being elected mayor of Daytona Beach, where he served for eight years and was re-elected three times before his retirement.
He was diagnosed with prostate cancer in the early 2010s and died of the disease in his home in 2013.
His wife, children from a previous marriage, and stepdaughter Wendy survive him. Full military honors were accorded at his funeral.
Fiore never answered inquiries about her romantic life during her internet career.
She was single throughout this time, as far as we know, and rumors circulated that she was interested in women, although this was never confirmed.
Many of her followers assumed she had ended her job as a glamour model in order to settle down, establish a family, and live as a housewife.
Others say she just lost interest over time as a result of the rising stress and demands of her line of work, especially as she grew older. She doesn’t appear to be planning a return to her internet profession anytime soon.