Anthony Jeselink was a writer for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon in its first season and hosted a Comedy Central Presents in 2009. After releasing his critically acclaimed debut album Shakespeare in 2010. He began writing for the comedy central Roasts and moved up to performer in the 2011 rost of Donald Trump.
Anthony Jeselink's Career
Jeselink's Comedy Central Presents Stand -up Special premiered in 2009, and he was named one of Comedy Central's breakout comedians of the year alongside Nick Kroll, Aziz Ansari, Whitney Cummings, Donald Glover, Matt Braunger, T.J. Miller, Kumail Nanjiani, and Jon Lajoie. In 2009, Jeselink was hired as a writer for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
His Dream Job, predating standup or his first comedy class, was to sit around a table and "throw out jokes with people you respected." After getting the job, Jeselink's pitches would be continually shot down as they were too dark. For example, he routinely fought for a single joke regarding obesity each day for a month, and although Fallon liked the joke, he felt uncomfortable performing it's as it would likely Jeopardize his likability with the obese.
During this period he was a regular at the Comedy Celler in Greenwich Village, New York City. Jeselink would work hard each day for the show and then processed to go to comedy Celler, have a "big stiff drink". and do his act feeling "miserable". In March 2010, he approached the show's producers and told them he wanted to leave.
He recorded his debut album, Shakespeare and in 2010 began writing for the Comedy Central Roasts. Jeselink who refers to roasts as "the Super Bowl of Comedy". Loved roasts during college and always tried to write for them. While Jeselink was writing for the David Hasselhoff roast. Comedy Central executives took an interest in him and offered him an opportunity to perform on the next roast.
Knowing that this would be his "big moment", Jeselink refers to the Roast of Donald Trump as "one of my favorite moments of my life" because no one knew who I was and I just caught everybody by surprise.
Immediately following his Performance, the network offered Jeselink a "three-point deal" in which one receives an hour special. three comedy Central roasts and a development deal. Jeselink went on to perform at two more roasts the Charlie Sheen in 2011 and Roseanne Bar in 2012. Jeselink appeared at the power of comedy event in November 2012.
CAPTION: first show in Roseanne bar in 2013SOURCE: IMDB
In 2013, Jeselink hosted his own Comedy Central series, The Jeselink Offensive. This show ran for Two more seasons on Comedy Central from February 19, 2013, to August 27, 2013.
In 2015 Jeselink released his critically acclaimed third stand up special and first for Netflix. Thoughts and player. This show was widely regarded as one of the best stands up specials of 2015.
Anthony Jeselink's Net worth
In his early 20s, Jeselink started doing standups and in 2009, he was hired as a writer. However, his ideas were often shut down because of his distinctive and very dark sense of humor. his estimated net worth is $1 million and he is the 55 richest actors alive in 2019 according to taddlr. He uses a Ford excursion car which cost around $55,000. Jeselink most of the information regarding his net worth is still under review but we can assume that he has earned money by acting throughout his career.