Kreischer was born on November 3, 1972, in America. He grew up in Tampa, Florida. His mother used to work in early childhood development. On the other hand, his father worked as a real estate attorney. Bert first went to a private Jesuit high school and then joined the University Of Florida State. His major subject was English. Furthermore, he also remained a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.
Kreischer's first involvement in standup parody was at Potbelly's, a bar and club in Tallahassee, Florida. Kreischer moved to New York City after a tape of one of his sets was sent to a headhunter who welcomed him to the city to observe some standup shows. Kreischer worked the entryway at the now-ancient Boston Comedy Club.
Kreischer is known for performing standup satire while shirtless. He is likewise known for his narrating; his most mainstream story is how he purportedly earned the moniker "The Machine." The story rotates around how he accidentally helped the Russian mafia burglarize a train while on a school excursion to Russia.
In 2004 Kreischer was included alongside four different jokesters on the DVD discharge National Lampoon Live: New Faces - Volume 2. That equivalent year one of his accounts showed up on a scene of the enlivened Comedy Central arrangement Shorties Watchin' Shorties. As a professional comic, Kreischer has performed globally and has shown up on late-night television shows Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Conan. He additionally showed up consistently as a visitor on Rachael Ray from 2011 to 2015.
Bert Kreischer Takes Off His Shirt On CONAN | CONAN on TBS
Bert first went to a private Jesuit high school and then joined the University Of Florida State. His major subject was English. Furthermore, he also remained a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.