Selling Sunset new daughter Chelsea Lazkani studied at Scottish university before LA business


The Netflix phenomenon Selling Sunset is back for a fifth season and has recruited a new estate agent who studied in Scotland before moving to the United States.

Chelsea Lazkani, from north-west London, is the flashy new cast member and has a reputation that precedes her.




The 29-year-old studied at the University of Dundee before set her sights on the United States and is eager to boost business and casting in Los Angeles.

The series sees estate agents working for the Los Angeles-based Oppenheim Group selling incredible multi-million pound properties and there’s plenty of drama as personalities clash and deals are struck.



Chelsea Lazkani, far left, joins the cast of Netflix hit Selling Sunset

Most of the cast remained the same for five seasons, except for Amanza Smith, who was added in season two, and Emma Hernan and Vanessa Villela, who arrived in season four.

Dundee was educated at Chelsea Lazkani, studied at the University of Birmingham before moving on to the University of Dundee where she earned a Masters in Oil and Gas Economics.

In her first year in real estate as an agent, Nigerian-born Chelsea achieved more than$10 million(£7.6 million) in sales.

Having first lived in London and working as a business analyst, she moved to the United States in 2017, working in Los Angeles and obtaining her real estate license.

Chelsea met her husband to be Jeff Lazkani when she vacationed in Los Angeles in 2015 and they now live there where he is managing director of Icon Media Direct, a marketing and advertising company.

She’s ready to make a real impact on the show and upon arriving she tells everyone, “I always get what I want.”

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