Sabrina Guinness Net Worth

By Mixxerly Updated: OCTOBER 07, 2021

How much money does Sabrina Guinness make monthly and yearly? How much is Sabrina Guinness' net worth?

About Sabrina Guinness

Sabrina Guinness, Lady Stoppard is an Irish television producer. As of , Sabrina Guinness' estimated net worth is at least $100 Million.

Sabrina Guinness is one of four daughters of Pauline Vivien (née Mander) and James Edward Alexander Rundell Guinness CBE (1924–2006), a Second World War veteran of the Royal Navy, who was a banker with Guinness Mahon, the Guinness Peat Group and the Provident Mutual Life Assurance Association (now Aviva), and Chairman of the Public Works Loan Board 1970–90.

She is a member of the "banking line" of the Guinness family, descended from Samuel Guinness (1727–1795), the brother of Arthur Guinness. This line of the Guinness family founded Guinness Mahon in 1836.

What is Sabrina Guinness' Net Worth?

As of , Sabrina Guinness' estimated net worth is at least $100M.

Sabrina Guinness founded the London-based charity Youth Cable Television (YCTV), which she established in 1995 with the help of Greg Dyke. The charity trains disadvantaged youth to work in television production. She previously worked as PA for David Stirling, the founder of the Special Air Service (SAS).

Early life of Sabrina Guinness

Sabrina Guinness was born on the 9th of January, 1955, in England. She is the daughter of James Guinness and his wife Pauline, née Mander. Among Guinness's siblings are the artist and writer Hugo Guinness; Anita Guinness, wife of the late Hon.

Amschel Rothschild; and philanthropist Julia Samuel, a psychotherapist and paediatric counsellor and co-founder of Child Bereavement UK, who married the Honourable Michael Samuel, of the Hill Samuel banking family.

Favorite Quotes from Sabrina Guinness

“I didn’t have a particularly happy time at school myself, and I felt it was pointless trying to get some children to fit into the conventional system. At YCTV we educate them through a medium they have grown up with and which they understand; we develop literacy through scriptwriting, numeracy through compiling budgets and IT skills through familiarisation with the editing equipment.” – Sabrina Guinness
“However, there is none of the resistance to learning you find in schools because the kids can see that what they are doing has a practical purpose. We’ve even encouraged some children to go back to college.” – Sabrina Guinness
“We ran a competition to see who would get to interview Harrison Ford and it was won by a boy called Lee.” – Sabrina Guinness