Bert Kreischer is an American stand-up comedian, actor, and reality TV show host. Kreischer has hosted several TV series including FX's Hurt Bert and Travel Channel's Bert the Conqueror, and Trip Flip. In 1997, Kreischer was featured in an article in Rolling Stone. At the time, he was still in college, Florida State University.
Kreischer turned professional the same year he was named the top partier at the No. One Part School in the Country by Rolling Stone in 1997. By now, it's been over two decades and Kreischer is still working as a professional stand-up comedian, actor and TV show host.
Find out about the veteran's career, net worth, and income.
Bert Kreischer, the 44-year old Tampa, Florida-born stand-up comedian/actor/TV show host, is worth an estimated $1.2 million. Kreischer has earned a major part of his net worth as a comedian. In addition, Kreischer earns from him TV portrayals and film portrayals as well as a host.
Kreischer is also an accomplished author, and the income from his book sales is also his other source of income that adds to his net worth. With income coming from his multiple careers, it's no surprise that Kreischer is worth a million.
Kreischer debuted as a comedian, performing in a bar and nightclub named Potbelly in Tallahassee, Florida. Kreischer hit the bullseye after he was noticed by Rolling Stone Magazine.
Kreischer then left Florida and moved to New York City, where he was hired by Boston Comedy Club. Also, DJ Nash, the TV producer, hosted open mics, and Kreischer often attended the mics. The other attendees include Jim Norton, Bobby Kelly, and Demetri Martin.
Later, in 2004, Kreischer and other four comedians appeared on a DVD, National Lampoon Live New Faces - Volume 2. Kreischer's other TV show appearances include The X-Show, Hurt Bert, Last Comic Standing, and The Shield.
His stand-up special includes Comfortably Dump (2009) on Comedy Central and The Machine (2016) on Showtime.
Similarly, Kreischer also hosted The X-Show from 2001-02. Kreischer's debut starring role was in the 2001's Life With David J, starring Peter Jacobson and Elliott Gould. His others works include Man Caves, The Shield and Bert the Conqueror (host).