|Full Name||Lilly Tartikoff|
|Last Name||Lilly Tartikoff|
|Birth Name||Lilly Samuels|
|Other Name||Lilly Tartikoff Karatz|
|Birth City||Los Angeles|
|Father Name||Jack Samuels|
|Mother Name||Bluma Samuels|
|Awards||1991 Glamour Woman of the Year Award,1992 Norma Zarky Humanitarian Women in Film Award,2002 National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship Award|
|Education||Hamilton High School|
|Date of Birth||June 23,1953|
Lilly Tartikoff is an award-winning American activist and socialite who is famous for raising funds for cancer patients through various organizations. She is known for creating Revlon/UCLA Women's Cancer Research Program and the National Women's Cancer Research Alliance.
Lilly Tartikoff is a married woman. She shared the wedding vows with the American politician and businessman, Bruce Karatz, in November of 2009.
Lilly Tartikoff with her husband, Bruce Karatz.
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The couple shares a healthy relationship and is happily married as of now. Furthermore, Lilly and her husband, Bruce, share an unconditional love for one another and appears together in many events.
Lilly Tartikoff was previously married to the Chairman of Entertainment for NBC, Brandon Tartikoff. The pair tied the knot in 1982, in a private ceremony.
Lilly Tartikoff alongside her ex-husband, Brandon Tartikoff.
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The duo was having a wonderful married life, following which they welcomed two adorable daughters, Calla Lianne and Elizabeth Justine. But later, on August 27, 1997, Brandon died from Hodgkin's lymphoma cancer, and the couple was separated.
Lilly Tartikoff is a millionaire. She possesses a net worth of $10 million as of 2020, which she gathered from her career as an American activist, socialite, restaurateur, and breast cancer fundraiser.
Lilly Tartikoff holds a net worth of $10 million.
Tartikoff devoted all of her career to help people who were suffering from cancer. In 1990, she created the Revlon/UCLA Women's Cancer Research Program along with Ronald O. Perelman. In the same year, she also established The annual Fire & Ice Ball, which raises funds to advance clinical trails to fight for breast cancer.
The 66-year-old socialite later co-founded the EIF Revlon Run/Walk For Women in Los Angeles with Revlon and The Entertainment Industry Foundation in 1993. Furthermore, she also co-created the National Women's Cancer Research Alliance in 1997.
Famous American activist and socialite, Lilly Tartikoff.
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In October 2008, Lifetime Television and Renee Zellweger produced a film, Living Proof, which featured the true story of Lilly's and Ronald Perelman's efforts to raise money. Further, the film was aired on the Lifetime Channel in October 2008 during Breast Cancer Month.
Thanks to all the efforts, Lilly put in her career, she received many prestigious awards in her career. Some of these are, 1991 Glamour Woman of the Year Award, 1992 Norma Zarky Humanitarian Women in Film Award, and 2002 National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship Award.
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