Bert Kreischer is popularly recognized in the United States as a stand-up comedian, actor and reality television host. His wild and funny character had him named by Rolling Stone as the top partier in the Number One Party School in the county. With over ten years in the entertainment scene, he has graced the screens with his comedy and has accumulated quite a good amount of wealth. This piece features the net worth of Bert Kreischer in 2020.
Early Life & Biography
Bert Kreischer was born on 3rd November in 1973. He was born in Tampa, Florida to parents Gege Kreischer and Al Kreischer. His father was a real-estate attorney, and his mother worked in early childhood development. Kreischer attended a private Jesuit high school before enrolling in Florida State University. While there, he majored in English and was a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.
Kreischer is married to his longtime girlfriend, LeAnn Kreischer. The couple has two daughters together, Georgia and Isla. They live in Los Angeles. Kreischer is a private man and prefers to keep his affairs away from the public eye.
Career, Awards & Nominations
Bert Kreischer’s name came to public attention after he was featured in a 6-page article by Rolling Stone, titled Bert Kreischer: The Undergraduate, naming him the top partier at the Number One Party School in the country.
His first role in stand-up comedy was at Potbelly’s, a nightclub and bar in Tallahassee, Florida. He relocated to New York after he was invited by a talent agent who had been sent a tape of one of Kreischer’s sets. He worked the door at what is now known as the Boston Comedy Club. Kreischer goes by the nickname The Machine and is famous for his storytelling, his favorite story being how he earned the nickname The Machine. He is also fond of performing stand-up comedy while shirtless.
Five months after his move to New York, Will Smith’s production company offered Kreischer a deal for a sitcom. His experiences as he traveled across entertainment venues in the United States were documented on Bert the Conqueror. He also starred in a television pilot in 2001 titled Life With David J, which was based on Nash’s life.
In 1999, he co-facilitated FX’s The X-Show where he had a section called Hurt Bert. The section later formed into his show with the same title.
Kreischer’s career progressed, and in 2004, he was featured alongside four other comedians on the DVD release National Lampoon Live: New Faces-Volume 2. In the same year, one of Kreischer’s stories appeared on an episode of Shorties Watchin’ Shorties, an animated Comedy Central series. His first comedy special titled Bert Kreischer: Comfortably Dumb appeared on Comedy Central in 2009. His second special, Bert Kreischer: The Machine, was released on Showtime in 2016.
Kreischer has performed on an international scope and has made appearances on shows like Late Show with David Letterman and Jimmy Kimmel Live.
He is the producer and host of Bertcast, a weekly comedy podcast that airs on All Things Comedy network.
Net Worth & Earnings
Bert Kreischer has a net worth estimated to be at $4 million. He earns his wealth from his performances as a stand-up comedian. He has also bagged a good amount from his appearances in television series. Kreischer also earns from being a host.
Bert Kreischer originally did not ever have the dream of becoming a stand-up comedian. Destiny led him there as his personality is somewhat close to what we see on the screen. The world is yet to see more of this hilarious comedian.