Jordan Klepper Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth, The Daily Show
January 9, 2023
Jordan Klepper Biography
Jordan Klepper is a stand-up comedian, writer, producer, political commentator, television host, and actor from the United States. He began his career with The Second City and The Upright Citizens Brigade. He worked for The Daily Show from 2014 to 2017 as a correspondent.
Jordan Klepper Age
Jordan Klepper was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States on 9 March 1979. He is 43 years old.
Jordan Klepper Height
Jordan stands at a height of 6ft 3in/1.92 m tall.
Jordan Klepper Education
Klepper attended Kalamazoo Central High School and the Kalamazoo Area Mathematics and Science Center, where he was a member of the National Mock Trial Team and played tennis. He double-majored in math and theater at Kalamazoo College after graduating from high school in 1997 with a Frederick W. Heyl and Elsie L. Heyl Science Scholarship Fund full-tuition scholarship.
He studied abroad during his time in London. His sister made friends with aspiring actor Steven Yeun at Kalamazoo College and took him to see Klepper’s improv show, which motivated Yeun to enroll in his first acting class.
Jordan Klepper Family
Jordan hasnt shared out details on his parents and siblings to the media, therefore a review on this is going on, and will soon fill this section out.
Jordan Klepper Wife
In 2013, Klepper married Laura Grey. They met as members of The Second City and Upright Citizens Brigade and later collaborated on short films that they wrote, directed, produced, and starred in.
Jordan Klepper Salary
Jordan annually pockets a salary of $56,200.
Jordan Klepper Net Worth
Jordan has an approximated net worth of $2 million.
Jordan Klepper Career
After graduation, Klepper relocated to Chicago and began performing at The Second City. He also worked for the Big Ten Network as a comedian on the show Big Ten Friday Night Tailgate while there. In 2011, he moved to New York City and started performing with the Upright Citizens Brigade.
He made his Daily Show debut on March 3, 2014, four days after his initial audition. He consistently received positive feedback for his segments on the show, and took over as host in October 2016 when Trevor Noah was ill. In April 2017, Comedy Central announced that Klepper would host a new show following The Daily Show in the fall.
In 2013, Klepper married Laura Grey. They met as members of The Second City and Upright Citizens Brigade and later collaborated on short films that they wrote, directed, produced, and starred in. He hasnt shared out details on his parents and siblings to the media, therefore a review on this is going on, and will soon fill this section out.