U.S.-born actor and comedian Nikki Glaser first took the stage in an effort to learn from the greats, such as Sarah Silverman. She’d been famous right away thanks to this, joining the ranks of the elite.
History and Development
Nicole Rene Glaser, better known as Nikki Glaser, was born on June 1, 1984, in Cincinnati, Ohio. She attended Kirkwood High School and grew up in St. Louis, Missouri with her mother Julie, father Edward, and sister Lauren.
After finishing high school, Nikki attended CU Boulder before transferring to KU to pursue a degree in English literature.
Glaser started doing stand-ups at the age of 18, and she has said of that time, “I wrote from the standpoint of my favorite stand-ups because I didn’t know what my perspective was yet.”
She has been on “Last Comic Standing,” “Conan,” “The Half Hour,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” and “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” and she released the special “Perfect” on Comedy Central in 2016, and “Bangin'” on Netflix in 2019.
After co-hosting the comedy podcast “You Had to Be There” with Sara Schaefer from 2011 to 2014, Nikki teamed up with musician Anya Marina and comedian Phil Hanley for the relationship-focused podcast “We Know Nothing.”
There were a total of 24 episodes of “Nikki & Sara Live,” hosted by Glaser and Schaefer, that aired on MTV in 2013. While Nikki did appear in the 2014 pilot for the show “Those Who Can’t,” the part eventually went to Maria Thayer once the show was picked up by TruTV the following year.
The first episode of “Not Safe with Nikki Glaser” aired on Comedy Central in February of 2016, and the series concluded after 20 total episodes. In 2019, Glaser played Kurt Cobain in the “Freddie Mercury” episode of the Netflix series “Historical Roasts”.
He has appeared in the “Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe” (2016), the “Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis” (2018), and the “Comedy Central Roast of Alec Baldwin” (2019).
Glaser co-starred with Amy Schumer in “Trainwreck” in 2015 and “I Feel Pretty” in 2018, and she participated in five episodes of “Inside Amy Schumer” on Comedy Central between 2013 and 2015.
Nikki and her partner Gleb Savchenko were the first couples to be eliminated from the 2018 season of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.”
In 2019, she beat out comedian Brad Williams in a celebrity rap battle on “Drop the Mic,” and later that year she began presenting “Blind Date” on Bravo.
Income of Nikki Glaser
Nikki Glaser is worth $4 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. She earns the bulk of her money from presenting a podcast, making guest appearances on TV shows, and performing stand-up comedy.
The two comedy albums that Glaser has made have certainly added to her wealth as well. She has a successful stand-up comedy career, and she supplements that with hosting duties on her famous podcast and guest spots on numerous television shows.
Nikki’s stand-up shows include intimate details of her life. However, when it comes to her romantic relationships, she selectively discloses information.
She was dating Chris Convoy as per her 2016 status post. Chris co-created and served as executive producer for the Nikki Glaser show “not safe at any speed.”
Since their last joint social media appearance in February 2016, the pair has been noticeably absent. They have not yet silenced rumors of a breakup. To put it another way, whoever ends up being this gorgeous celebrity’s husband will have a good time every day.