I remember seeing Bert Kreischer for the first time as a host of some show on the Travel Channel. I don't remember what the show was about, but he certainly made an impression on me. Imagine my surprise, many years later, when I see Bert doing stand-up comedy. Bert has gone on to put together quite the career for himself.  He is a busy man these days, hosting and appearing on podcasts, acting in movies, and headlining a comedy tour.

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I think it's safe to say that Bert is one of the most unique comedians working today. If people don't immediately recognize his name, they will almost certainly know who you're talking about when you mention "that one comedian who performs with no shirt on and his big ol' gut hanging out." Yep, that's Bert.

You can see (and hear) Bert all over the place these days. He is a part of two podcasts, and he has a couple of comedy specials currently streaming on Netflix. He has written a book and he'll be hosting season two of “The Go Big Show” on TBS in early 2022.

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