Bert Kreischer is an American comedian, actor, and reality television host. He was born on November 3, 1972, in Tampa, Florida. Kreischer gained popularity for his storytelling style of comedy, often sharing humorous and exaggerated anecdotes from his personal life. He is known for his energetic and engaging stage presence, often performing shirtless, which has become one of his trademarks.
One of Bert Kreischer’s most famous stories is about his college days, where he became the inspiration for the 2002 film “Van Wilder: Party Liaison.” According to the story, Kreischer attended Florida State University and was labeled the “top partyer” on campus. His wild partying and larger-than-life personality made him a legend among his peers.
In addition to his stand-up comedy career, Kreischer has appeared in various television shows and podcasts. He hosted the Travel Channel’s reality show “Bert the Conqueror,” where he traveled to different amusement parks and participated in thrilling rides and activities. He has also made appearances on talk shows such as “Conan” and “The Joe Rogan Experience.”
Bert Kreischer has released several comedy specials, including “Bert Kreischer: Secret Time” and “Bert Kreischer: Hey Big Boy,” both of which are available on Netflix. He continues to tour and perform his comedy shows to a loyal fan base.
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