Ron Galotti

Ron Galotti

Ron Galotti-Biography

Ron Galotti is an American former magazine executive. He was a corporate Vice President at Conde Nast and the publisher of such Newhouse-owned publications as Vogue, GQ, and Vanity fair. He is considered as the real-life inspiration for the character of Mr. Big on HBO’s Sex and the city.

Ron Galotti-Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Education

Ron Galotti was born in the Bronx in New York. His parents ran a liquor store. He grew up in Peekshill and his father died when he was nine years old. His sister was born with drown syndrome and died in the late 90s.

Talking about his nationality, he is an American identity and his ethnicity is Italian-Jewish.

He struggled at school and eventually joined the Air Force, at the height of the Vietnam War. He was stationed for more than 3 years in the Philippines, rising to the rank of sergeant. He earned income by loan sharking and later opened a brothel.

All about the Rumors and Controversy of Ron Galotti

Ron Galotti has never been part of any controversy and rumors till now. He prefers enjoying his personal life and does not want to merge it with his professional life.

Ron Galotti-Relationship, Married Life

Ron Galotti is possibly single and he might not be dating anyone at the moment. Previously, he has been married twice. First, he was married to ski champion Lisa Wilcox. Also, they had a daughter named Abbi. But they called off their 12 years long relationship.

Moreover, he also dated Janice Dickinson but separated for a short time. Then he met Candace Bushnell with whom he met for the first time at a party in 1995. The duo dated for a long time but separated without any unclosed reason.

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Ron Galotti-Net Worth, Salary, Earnings

Ron Galotti has earned a huge amount of money from his profession and have a net worth of 5-10 million dollar.

Ron Galotti-Professional Career

After the army, he got a job selling ad space for Home Sewing News which was owned by a friend of his mother’s. Then he got an idea for publishing and went on to work for Fawcett publication but was ultimately poached by Hearst where he was requested to launch country living. In 1982, he worked on mademoiselle where he was headhunted by Conde Nast.

Then he was tasked with Vogue-Conde Nast’s biggest cash cow and GQ. While working at Vogue, Ron and his editor-in-chief, Anna fought back against an anti-fur protest by PETA outside the Conde Nast offices at the company’s annual Christmas party by sending down a plate of roast beef.

The editor then sold his homes in Manhattan and Long Island and shifted with his family to North Pomfret, Vermont. Likewise, he is regarded to be and has been cited by New York magazine as the real-life inspiration for the character of “Mr. Big” on HBO’s Sex and the City.

His character has been portrayed by Chris Noth and has been written by Candace Bushnell. Candace called him Mr. Big as he was like a big man on campus. The former couple dated for a year and the writer chronicled the relationship in her “Sex and the City” column in the News Observer.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Hair color

He has a good height of 5 feet tall and has brown eyes whereas his hair is black

Social Media Details

Ron Galotti is not an active personality on social media. He also has no official Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter accounts.

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