How much is Anthony Jeselnik worth?
|Net Worth:||$3 Million
|Date of Birth:||December 22, 1978|
|Country:||United States of America|
Who Is Anthony Jeselnik
In just a few short years, Anthony Jeselnik has earned a reputation as one of the meanest men in comedy. Creating an onstage persona that’s arrogant and condescending, Jeslnik’s act consists of incredibly dark comedy designed to push people’s buttons as much as make them laugh. He’s a one-liner “joke” comedian in the tradition of Steven Wright and Mitch Hedberg, meaning he doesn’t have a traditional long-form act but instead rattles off dozens of expertly-written jokes that always go someplace mean and dark (though never insulting a specific individual; that’s off-limits for Jeselnik), but never quite where you expect. It’s this talent for one-liners that has made Jeselnik the breakout star of several Comedy Central roasts, and is on display on his debut comedy album, Shakespeare, one of the best albums of 2010.
Anthony Jeselnik has a net worth of $3 million dollars, as of 2020.
Quick Anthony Jeselnik Facts:
- Anthony Jeselnik was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
- He began performing stand-up comedy in Los Angeles in 2002.
- He currently lives and performs stand-up regularly in New York City.
- He worked as a writer and recurring cast member on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon during its first season, but left the show in 2010 after just one year to pursue stand-up.
- His first 30-minute stand-up special, an episode of Comedy Central Presents, debuted in 2009.
- Jeselnik released his first stand-up album, Shakespeare, in 2010.
- He began to achieve breakout success in 2011 thanks to standout performances on Comedy Central’s Roast of Donald Trump and Roast of Charlie Sheen.
- His second album (and hourlong Comedy Central special) Caligula was released in January 2013.
- He was named one of Variety‘s “10 Comics to Watch” in 2008, alongside comics such as Aziz Ansari, Whitney Cummings, Donald Glover and T.J. Miller.
- Jeslnik dated fellow comic Amy Schumer on and off for two years before the two finally called it quits in 2011.
- He cites Rodney Dangerfield, Steven Wright and Andrew “Dice” Clay among his comedian influences.
- In 2009, he was named to Comedy Central’s “Hot List.”
- Before stand-up comedy, Jeselnik worked odd jobs including teacher’s assistant, a chef at Martha’s Vineyard and a doorman at a strip club.