Bert Kreischer, nicknamed “The Machine”, is an American stand-up comedian, podcaster, reality television host and actor. In 1997, he was featured in an article in Rolling Stone while attending Florida State University. The magazine named Kreischer “the top partyer at the Number One Party School in the country.
Bert Kreischer Biography
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Date Of Birth||November 3, 1972|
|Birthplace||St. Petersburg, Florida|
|Income||$500 Thousand (Annual)|
Bert Kreischer Net Worth 2023
|Net Worth:||$3 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Nov 3, 1972 (49 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)|
Albert Kreischer Jr. was born in St. Petersburg, Florida, on November 3, 1972, and grew up in Tampa. His mother worked as a child development specialist, while his father was a real estate attorney. He went to a private Jesuit high school before transferring to Florida State University (FSU). Kreischer was a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and majored in English.
Bert married LeeAnn Kemp in December 2003, and they have two daughters, Georgia (born in 2004) and Ila (born in 2006). The family lives in Los Angeles, and LeeAnn hosts the podcast “Wife of the Party” from Bert’s man cave. When asked by “Fatherly” to describe himself as a father, Kreischer replied, “Selfish. Mediocre. Loving. There are dads who kill it. I’m not one of those dads.” In that interview, Bert also revealed that he grew up Catholic and is “ten times more religious than anyone else in [his] family,” but he and LeeAnn aren’t raising their children religiously because LeeAnn isn’t religious.
After a recording of one of his shows was forwarded to a talent agency, Kreischer moved to New York City to study stand-up comedy. At the now-defunct Boston Comedy Club, Kreischer handled the door. Will Smith’s Production Company offered Kreischer a sitcom deal five months after he moved to New York City to seek a career in comedy. He visited amusement parks and other entertainment venues around the United States to experience exhilarating rides and events when he was featured on Bert the Conqueror. He also acted in Life with David J. Nash, a television pilot based on Nash’s life, in 2001. His most well-known stories include how he supposedly gained the nickname “The Machine” and how, while on a college vacation to Russia, he unwittingly assisted the Russian mafia in robbing a train. Kreischer has been on Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Conan as a stand-up comedian. From 2011 to 2015, he was a regular guest on Rachael Ray. In 2004, one of his pieces was featured in an episode of Comedy Central’s animated series Shorties Watchin’ Shorties.
Bert Kreischer: Comfortably Dumb, his debut comedy special, premiered on Comedy Central in 2009. He starred in Showtime’s The Machine in 2016 and Comedy Central’s This Is Not Happening in 2017. Kreisher released Bert Kreischters: Secret Time on Netflix in 2018, followed by a comedy special called Hey Big Boy in 2020. Bert Kreischer co-hosts the 2 Bears 1 Cave podcast with Tom Segura and the Bill and Bert podcast with Bill Burr, as well as producing and hosting Bertcast, a weekly comedic podcast on the All-Things Comedy network. He’s also appeared on WTF with Marc Maron H3 Podcast, Your Mom’s House, The Joe Rogan Experience, and Doug Benson’s Doug Loves Movies, among other shows. Bert has also hosted FX’s The X-Show and appeared on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend,and VH-1’s Nevermind the Buzzcocks. In addition, in 2014, Kreischer published a book titled, Life of the Party: Stories of a Perpetual Man-Child.