Bert Kreischeris a famous American stand-up comedian, well-known as The Machine, who is making people laugh since the late 90s.
The comedian who tells his funny stories shirtless has appeared in many shows such as Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel Live and Conan.
Bert Kreischer Earning from Stand up Comedy
Kreischer is currently focused in his comedy world tour known as Body Shots. The tour consists of more than 40 shows in venues across the USA and around the world. The ticket for the show costs on average $37 per person and thus the sales from tickets can be estimated in millions.
Bert Kreischer's Net Worth is Satisfying and Growing
The 45-year-old Kreischer's net worth is estimated to be around $1.2 - $3 million, gathered through comedy shows and podcast. Besides, the sales from his merchandise also have a significant contribution in his net worth.
Kreischer has made his name in acting too with appearances in TV series including a cooking comedy show, Something 's Burning. These acting stints also helped to enrich the wealth.
This multi-faceted human also has a YouTube channel, Bert Kreischer, which consists of videos of his podcasts, comedy shows and promotions for his tours. The channel has 417 thousand subscribers and over 44 million views in total and has become a good income source for him.
The Florida native Kreischer currently resides in Los Angeles, California with his spouse and two daughters Ila Kreischer and Georgia Kreischer in a beautiful cottage style home.
Kreischer bought the house early in his career at a low price. Later with success, he had the opportunity to move to the bigger house, but instead, the family chose to extend and renovated the house.
The house has a modern, cozy, and comfortable vibe along with Kreischer family's artistic taste.
A look at Bert Kreischer Cars
Bert uses his car while he is in LA and a customized Recreational Vehicle when he is touring. These vehicles cost around $10,000 to $300,000 depending upon features. Since Kreischer has a lot of customization on the bus, so that it may be at the higher end of prices.