John Fugelsang Net Worth, Early Life, Personal Life, Career, Filmography
John Fugelsang is known as John Joseph Fugelsang is a comedian, an American actor, television personality, and a writer. As an actor, he has acted in movies like “Somewhere in the City” in 1998, “Coyote Ugly” in 2000 and “Price Check” in 2012. Apart from acting, he has also hosted shows like America’s Funniest Home Videos or AFV (1997) and series TV Watercooler and McEnroe.
He has also taken interviews of various artists like Pete Townshend, Bruce Springsteen, Brian Wilson, Willie Nelson, Yoko Ono, Tony Bennett, Joey Ramone, Alan Rickman, James Taylor, Carlos Santana and many more. He has also shown his appearance in the comedy shows like HBO’s U.S Comedy Arts Festival and Montreal’s Just for Laughs Festival.
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John Fugelsang Wiki Bio
|Full name||John Joseph Fugelsang|
|Born||September 3, 1969|
|Birthplace||Long Island, New York, United|
|Occupation||Actor, comedian, television host|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Children||Henry Jack (son)|
|Height||6 ft 1 inch|
John Fugelsang Early Life
Fugelsang was born in Long Island, New York on September 3, 1969. His father’s name is Jack and his mother’s name is Peggy. Jack was a Franciscan monk whereas, his mother was a nun. Fugelsang graduated with a degree in Television and Film from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. From the Circle in the Square Theatre, Fugelsang also studied theatre.
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John Fugelsang Personal Life
John married Charmien La Framenta on 29 February 2004. They are now blessed with a son named Henry Jack. He is living with his wife and their son in Hollywood and New York City’s Greenwich Village. Fugelsang debated with Jamie Kilstein, an atheist, remarking his opinions as being established upon what Jesus addressed.
John Fugelsang Career and professional life
As an actor, Fugelsang has seemed indifferent to movies varying from CSI and Providence to Coyote Ugly. In Aspen, he has performed at the US Comedy Arts Festival as a comedian. He also performed in Montreal at the Just for Laughs Festival and appeared around twenty times on Politically Incorrect.
At New York Theatre Workshop, he premiered the solo show in 2007, All The Wrong Reasons Off-Broadway. The show received for “Distinguished Performance”, a Drama League nomination. His acting credits include film, stage, and television performances in Becker, The Michael Richards Show, Somewhere in the City, Chicken Soup for the Soul, Beyond Belief, Hamlet, Savage in Limbo, and Blue Window.
Fugelsang was also hosting Paul McCartney’s Live Town Hall on VH1 and George Harrison- The Last Performance. In 2012, on the YouTube channel “POLIPOP”, John presented a series of videos. Additionally, he has shown his appearances many times on Politically Incorrect (1993-2002), a late-night political talk show, contributing to HuffPost weblog.
He is a guest and a regular commentator on The Stephanie Miller Show, a nationally syndicated advanced radio program and serving as a guest host on occasion. He has been spotlighted on Fox News, CNN, Dennis Miller, Air America, The Young Turks, MSNBC, and CNBC.
He served as the host on, “So That Happened”, the Current TV political talk show. Since 12 January 2015, Fugelsang has been hosting a talk show on SiriusXM Insight, “Tell Me Everything”.
John Fugelsang Filmography
|1997||George Harrison & Ravi Shankar: Yin & Yang|
|1998||Somewhere in the City|
|Twice Upon a Time|
|The Daily Show|
|1998–1999||America’s Funniest Home Videos|
|The Michael Richards Show|
|2001||18 Wheels of Justice|
|The Conspiracy Zone|
|2003||House of Clues|
|2009||The Whole Truth|
|2010||Curb: The Discussion|
|2011||The Moms View|
|John Fugelsang: So That Happened|
|Caffeinated with John Flugelsang|
|2014||The Girl on the Train|
John Fugelsang Net Worth
Through his acting, comedian, and television host career, John net worth is calculated at around $3 million.
John Fugelsang Facts
In 1989, he was nominated for an Online Television and film Award for America’s Funniest Home Videos’ best Host in Musical, a Variety or Comedy series. On topics like politics, pop culture, and religion, he has also done a podcast.
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