Bert Kreischer is back with another stand-up special on Netflix called Bert Kreischer: Razzle Dazzle, and tons of people are watching it to see what funny stories he’ll share and the jokes he’ll tell in his new set. We highly recommend adding this Netflix special to your watchlist if you’re looking for a good laugh. Kreischer definitely knows how to make an audience laugh!
Bert Kreischer: Razzle Dazzle isn’t Kreischer’s first Netflix stand-up special. It’s actually his third special with the streaming giant. In 2018, his first Netflix stand-up special, Bert Kreischer: Secret Time, was released. Then, two years later, his second Netflix special came out called Bert Kreischer: Hey Big Boy. Finally, three years later, Kreischer returns in another hilariously funny stand-up special which might be his best one yet.
After watching Kreischer’s new special, you might find yourself a new fan of his and wanting to know more about him. Luckily, you’ve arrived at the right place because we shared all the juicy deets about the comedian, such as his net worth and other things you might now know about him.
What is Bert Kreischer’s estimated net worth?
According to Capitalism, Kreischer has an estimated net worth of about $5 million. He has been doing stand-up for quite some time and has a total of five specials which likely make up a bulk of his net worth. Also, he produces and hosts his own weekly comedy podcast called Bertcast, co-hosts a podcast with Tom Segura called 2 Bears 1 Cave, and co-hosts the Bill Bert podcast with Bill Burr. He’s also been a guest on several podcasts which he likely made money from.
In 2014, Kreischer’s memoir Life of the Party: Stories of a Perpetual Man-Child was released. He most likely still makes money from book sales. Some of his income also comes from brand endorsements. Kreischer has also made money from a sitcom deal for his own travel reality series called Bert the Conqueror. Lastly, he’s appeared in several other TV shows which add to his income.
Who is Bert Kreischer’s wife?
Kreischer is married to actress, writer, and podcaster, LeeAnn Kreischer. She hosts a podcast called Wife of the Party which can be found on YouTube. They have been married since 2003 and currently live in Los Angeles with their two daughters.
Bert Kreischer was featured in Rolling Stone magazine
Yes, you read that right! In 1997, Rolling Stone magazine published an article about Kreischer’s party lifestyle at Florida State University titled “Bert Kreischer: The Undergraduate.” He was named “the top partyer at the Number One Party School in the country.”
Bert Kreischer’s party life at FSU inspired the 2002 film National Lampoon’s Van Wilder
This is true! Kreischer’s wild party life serves as the basis for the film and it all became possible because of the Rolling Stone article. Film director Oliver Stone bought the rights to Kreischer’s life from the Rolling Stone article director and was set to make a movie but his project fell through and the intellectual property was sold to National Lampoon.
How did Bert Kreischer get the nickname “The Machine?”
According to Kreischer, he got the nickname “The Machine” when he was in college. While studying abroad in Russia, he became well known among Russian Mafia members who gave him the nickname. Kreischer didn’t really know how to speak Russian, so he said the only words he knew which were “I am the Machine.” The Russian Mafia members didn’t question what he meant by that and just went along with it. From then on, Kreischer was known as “The Machine.”
What is Bert Kreischer’s first comedy special?
Kreischer’s first comedy special is called Bert Kreischer: Comfortably Dumb. It appeared on Comedy Central in 2009. Unfortunately, it can’t be watched anywhere at the moment.
Be sure to check out Bert Kreischer: Razzle Dazzle, streaming now only on Netflix.