Tom’s stand-up comedy performances and guest roles on TV and in the movies have earned him a large fan base. Segura and Pazsitzky host the podcast Your Mom’s House. He co-hosts “2 Bears, 1 Cave” with Bert Kreischer. Tom’s stand-up comedy, film roles, and TV appearances are all well-known. “Deadpan,” “dark,” “sarcastic,” and “observational” describe his humour. His offensive humour is great.
Tom Segura Net Worth
|Name||Thomas Weston Segura|
|Net Worth (2022)||$15 Million|
|Profession||Comedian, actor, writer and podcaster|
|Monthly Income And Salary||$2,00,000 +|
|Yearly Income And Salary||$2 Million +|
Tom Segura net Worth in Last 5 Years
|Net Worth in 2022||$15 Million|
|Net Worth in 2021||$12 Million|
|Net Worth in 2020||$11 Million|
|Net Worth in 2019||$9 Million|
|Net Worth in 2018||$8Million|
What is the age of Tom Segura?
Currently Tom Segura is 42 years old (16 April, 1979).
Tom Segura Wife and Kids
Thomas Segura Jr. was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on 4/16/1979. His Peruvian mother and Spanish, Cajun, and French-Canadian American father are his ancestors. Tom, the youngest of two sisters, got into college despite a drug mishap. 18-year-old him overdosed on GHB and slipped into a coma.
He recovered, thankfully.After finishing high school, he enrolled at Lenoir-Rhyne University in his home state of North Carolina.
Right after he finished his college degree, Tom Segura began his stand-up comedy career, taking the stage at a variety of occasions and locations all throughout the United States. Beginning in his career, he worked a day job and performed for audiences at night to make ends meet. Experience gained through logging, TV show transcription, and internships.
The success of Segura’s career led to invitations to perform at major comedy festivals and events. Some well-known examples include the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, the Global Comedy Festival in Vancouver, and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. His success on “Last Comedy Standing 2” advanced him to the regional finals and increased his profile.
Tom has made appearances on shows like “Live at Gotham” and “Comedy Central Presents.” His first Netflix stand-up special, “Completely Normal,” debuted that year. Later works by Segura include 2018’s “Mostly Stories,” 2019’s “Disgraceful,” and 2020’s “Ball Hog.” Tom has also had a few film cameos, including in the movies “Instant Family,” “Countdown,” and “The Opening Act.”
At this stage in his career, his podcasts have brought him the most fame. He created “Your Mom’s House” in 2011 with his ex-wife Christina. This podcast features discussions on a wide range of topics. From 2019 on, he’ll be co-hosting the podcast “2 Bears, 1 Cave” with actor Bert Kreischer.