Anthony Jeselnik’s net worth escalated after joining Comedy Central
A Pittsburgh native, Anthony Jeselnik, has collected a huge net worth of approx. $1,000,000 from his shows, albums and tours. He has been making people laugh for over a decade through various comedy genres like observational, cringe, insult and black, mostly focusing on the subjects like everyday life, religion, death, philosophy, and family.
Anthony Jeselnik and his net worth soared after joining Comedy Central
Anthony was in his early twenties when he tried stand-up for the first time. Following the bitter experience from his first attempt, Jeselnik decided to convey his jokes from behind the screen. He also worked as an accounting clerk for the Deadwood TV series for financial stability.
Although Jeselnik had thought to stay away from stand-up comedy after failing his first attempt, he continued to perform at open-mic nights. Nearly two years later, he “had a lightbulb moment” when he was highly appraised for his joke, My Girlfriend Loves to Eat Chocolate.
The joke was later featured in his album, Shakespeare, released in 2010. It is Jeselnik’s debut album. His second album, Caligula, was released in 2013, and the third album, Thoughts and Prayers, was released in 2016.
Jeselnik’s talents gained worldwide exposure after working with Comedy Central. Along with wide career exposure, he has garnered a huge net worth of approximately $1 million.
Anthony Jeselnik’s tour updates: Dates, locations and tickets
The other way Jeselnik is adding up to his net worth is through his tours. Yes, if you’re a fan of Jeselnik and long to see him live, you can catch him on his tour.
Jeselnik performed in New Brunswick from 12 to 14 October and Bloomington from 19 to 21 October. From 26 to 28 October, he performs in Spokane, WA, at Spokane Comedy Club.
For the upcoming month, i.e., in November, he will first perform at Ontario Improv in Ontario, CA, from 2 to 4. Then he will perform at Comedy Off Broadway in Lexington, KY, from 9 to 11 and at Punch Line Sacramento in Sacramento, CA, from 16 to 18. The tickets became available online, ranging from general to VIP seatings at $38 and $58, respectively.