A copy of the Parts Unknown host's will was filed in a NY court on Thursday, detailing his $425,000 in cash, $35,000 in brokerage accounts, $250,000 in personal property, and $500,000 in "intangible property including royalties and residuals". That amount includes $425,000 in cash and savings, $35,000 in a brokerage account, $250,00 in personal property, and $500,00 in "intangible property", which includes royalties and residuals.
Anthony also had a ritzy New York City condo that wasn't listed in the court documents, but there was a $1 million mortgage liability for a property, which many believe was in reference to the condo.
Bourdain's will was written in 2016, before his split with Busia-Bourdain.
Radar readers know Anthony Bourdain took his own life by hanging on June 8 at age 61 in France, after reportedly suffering from depression.
Anthony Bourdain and ex-wife Ottavia Busia.
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He left the same instructions for cars, furniture, books, clothing and other household items.
CNN has not yet announced any decisions about the future of "Parts Unknown".
Ariane, his only child, is set to inherit the remainder of his assets. The will says that if Ariane had died before Bourdain, her nanny Myra Quizon would have received that money.