Dan Greiner is the husband of television personality, inventor, and entrepreneur Lori Greiner. Lori has been dubbed the "Queen of QVC" following the premiere of her show Clever & Unique Creations.
Greiner's date of birth has not been revealed, but he is currently 50 years old, which means Dan was born in the early 1970s. Nothing much is known about his parents, siblings, and early life as of now.
Meanwhile, his wife, Lori, is 51 years old; she was born on December 9, 1969, in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Greiner grew up in Near North Side, Chicago, and received her degree in communications from Loyola University Chicago. While at college, she worked for The Chicago Tribune.
Dan and Lori met for the first time back in 1996 at Kincaid’s bar in Chicago’s trendy Lincoln Park area. At the time, Dan served as an assistant controller for Bell & Howell Co.
The two started dating right away and did so for over a decade before finally tying the knot in 2010. Besides being a life partner, they also work together and have established a successful life for themselves. Dan and Lori have no children as of now.
While Dan's exact net worth is under review, it is estimated to be over $50 million as of 2021. He left his job at Bell & Howell and started working for Lori's start-up For Your Ease Only in 1996. The 50-year-old has since taken the position of vice president and chief financial officer.
Celebrity Net Worth estimates Lori's net worth at a staggering $150 million as of 2021. She created and patented a plastic earring organizer in 1996, which was picked up by J.C. Penney before the holiday season. The earring organizer made over $1 million in just a year and more than $10 million within three years.
Greiner star-up had clocked up over $350 million in sales by 2010. Following the success with J.C. Penney, the 51-year-old expanded her company and shortly transitioned to QVC, launching Clever & Unique Creations. It became one of the longest-running shows on the network.
Lori joined the series Shark Tank in 2012. The Emmy-wining series shows entrepreneurs pitching their ideas to a panel of five investors or "sharks". Greiner's investment in a company called Scrub Daddy in 2014 went on to be one of the biggest successes in Shark Tank history.
She earns a salary of $50,000 per episode from Shark Tank, earning around $1.2 million from one season. The 51-year-old makes nearly $5 million each year from her business endeavors. Dan and Lori maintain a house in Chicago and suburban Philadelphia near the headquarters for QVC.