Here's the complete breakdown of the net worth of the comedian Bert Kreischer.
All of you might have heard 'The Machine' story by Bert Kreischer. Regardless of the extent of truth to which Bert recounts his class trip to Russia, all of us laughed extremely hard at the story until our stomachs ached.
Bert's shirtless stand-up deliveries are worthwhile to watch if you want to get a bit of stress off your daily monotonous work. Or you could grab a dose of the comedian's jokes on his podcast 'Bertcast,' on a weekly basis on All Things Comedy network. Besides, there are various other platforms, on which you can enjoy his unique and surreal tales.
Bert Kreischer is well known for his 'The Machine' story.
Well, his prominent comedic works have made him a global superstar too, but how much money does he possess from his earnings? Let's find out.
As of March 2020, Bert Kreischer possesses an estimated net worth of $3 Million. The fact that he is a millionaire shows that he is indeed a very successful comedian. His earnings come from his podcasts, stand-ups, and position as host of some shows.
Bert never intended to be a comedian in his life. But he first gave stand up a try at a bar and nightclub named 'Potbelly' in Tallahassee, Florida. A talent agent saw his performance tape, and he got an opportunity at Boston Comedy Club, where his journey in comedy started.
Kreischer's well known for his shirtless stand up performances. One of such most notable performance includes the famous 'The Machine' story, the incident about how he was unknowingly involved in Russian mafia train rob during his college trip to Russia. The story earned Bert himself the nickname 'The Machine.'
The Machine - Bert Kreischer: THE MACHINE
Besides his on-stage performances (most of them shirtless), Bert's acts can also be viewed on DVDs and other electronic platforms. He was featured in a DVD release 'National Lampoon Live: New Faces - Volume 2,' along with four other comedians.
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Besides the stand-ups and DVD videos, Bert also has hosted and appeared on various television shows. Most of his works include comedy storytelling series on Comedy Central, some of which include 2009's 'Bert Kreischer: Comfortably Dumb,' 2015's 'This Is Not Happening,' and 2016's 'Bert Kreischer: The Machine.'
For people who have grown to be a fan of Bert's comedy, they can get the bits from his podcast 'Bertcast.' The weekly comedy podcast airs on All Things Comedy Network.
Bert hosts his own weekly comedic podcast 'Bertcast.'
The show airs from Bert's 'Man Cave', a studio built for him during his part in an episode of the home renovation reality television program 'Man Caves.' Plus, Bert serves as co-host of '2 Bears 1 Cave' with Tom Segura and the 'Bill and Bert' podcast with Bill Kurr.
Bert currently lives with his wife LeeAnn Kreischer along with his two daughters, Georgia and Ila in Los Angeles. In spite of his huge wealth, the comedian does not want to flaunt his fame and money on some expensive apartment or a fancy home.
Bert lives comfortably in his modest and small Los Angeles house with his family.
Bert comfortably lives in his small and cozy Los Angeles home. It's got a small swimming pool in the back, a garage and two bedrooms. The family live happily and are content with what they have. A very modest way of living shows how humble the Kreischer's are.
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