Joe Rogan

Joseph James Rogan, better known by his stage name Joe Rogan, is a stand-up comedian, mixed martial arts color commentator, podcast host, and businessman from the United States. He is regarded as one of the most successful comedians of all time. He’s also an actor and a former television personality. He began his comic career in 1988 and went on to star in a number of television shows. In 1997, he began working as an interviewer and color commentator for the UFC.

He has over 5.7 million Instagram followers and over 4.7 million Twitter followers.

Net Worth, Source of Income, Endorsements:

Joe Rogan, One of the most well-known comedians’ net worth is believed to be approximately $25 million as of 2019. He makes the most of his money by doing stand-up comedy. Rogan has a number of comedy specials under his belt. He has won the World MMA Personality of the Year award four times and has amassed a sizable following as a color commentator. He has also appeared in a few films and television shows. His podcast is also a big hit. Finally, comedy is his primary source of revenue.

Famous For

  • He is one of the popular comedians.
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Joe Rogan brings his biggest guest, Jack Dorsey on his popular podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience:

Jack Dorsey, the co-founder and CEO of Twitter, appears on The Joe Rogan Experience, a renowned podcast hosted by comedian Joe Rogan. In addition to being the founder and CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey is also the founder and CEO of Square. The conversation with Jack Dorsey is his most high-profile guest appearance to date on his podcast.

During the two-hour conversation, Joe Rogan asks detailed questions regarding a variety of issues, including Twitter censorship, Bitcoin, Donald Trump, and others.

In response to a specific question on Bitcoin, Jack Dorsey claimed that Bitcoin may become the internet’s currency. He backs up his claim by claiming that Bitcoin was designed, developed, and tested entirely on the internet.

Early Life, Place of Birth, Nationality, Parents, Siblings, Ethnicity, Horoscope, Education, Religion:

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Joe Rogan was born on August 11, 1967, in New York City. Joseph James Rogan is his given name. He was born in the United States, in the city of Newark, New Jersey. He is an American citizen. Joseph Rogan is his father’s name. His mother’s identity has not been revealed. He has Irish and Italian ancestors. He was reared as a Catholic, but now considers himself an agnostic. When Joe was five years old, his parents split. Since he was seven years old, he has not spoken to his father. Joe and his family then relocated to San Francisco, California. He and his family moved to Gainesville, Florida, when he was 11 years old. They eventually made their home in Newton Upper Falls, Massachusetts. He went to Newton South High School in Newton, Massachusetts, and graduated in 1985.

He played baseball as a kid and was a member of Little League Baseball. In his early teens, he became interested in martial arts and began taking karate courses. He was a taekwondo competitor who won the US Open Championship as a lightweight when he was 19 years old. For four years, he was the Massachusetts full-contact state champion. He eventually became a taekwondo instructor. After that, he took up amateur kickboxing. He began to get headaches on a regular basis. And he thought he’d sustain more serious injuries. As a result, at the age of 21, he retired from competition.

He enrolled in the University of Massachusetts Boston, but pulled out before completing his degree.

Career, Martial Arts, Kickboxing, Comedy, Television Shows, Films, Podcast, Commentator, Comedy Specials:


Initially, he intended to pursue a kickboxing career. He stopped kickboxing at the age of 21 due to regular headaches and the fear of more injuries.

Rogan  enjoyed comedy and was persuaded to try stand-up comedy by his friends, who laughed at his jokes and impressions.

He then spent six months preparing materials and practicing his speech.

On August 27, 1988, at an open-mic night at Boston’s Stitches comedy club, he had his first stand-up performance. He then worked at bachelor parties and strip clubs to supplement his income.

In 1990, he relocated to New York City as a full-time comic, spending the first six months with his grandparents. Later, he relocated to Los Angeles.

In 1994, he made his television debut on the MTV comedy show Half-Hour Comedy Hour. Several networks approached him with contract offers as a result of his performance.

With the Disney network, he secured a development pact.

In 1994, he received his first major acting role in the nine-episode Fox sitcom Hardball.

He also appeared at The Comedy Store in Hollywood at the time. Rogan later performed for gratis at the club for the next 13 years. He also contributed to the purchase of the venue’s new sound equipment.

From 1995 to 1999, he played Joe Garrelli, an electrician and handyman at the show’s fictional news radio station, in the NBC sitcom NewsRadio.

Joe’s ability to perform stand-up comedy was harmed after his friend, Phil Hartman, was murdered. His scheduled gigs for the week were canceled as a result.

In addition, he worked on a pilot for a show called Overseas.

Fear Factor and UFC commentator:

  • He started out as a backstage and post-fight interviewer for the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
  • He departed after two years since his compensation did not cover his travel expenses
  • On his first interview with Dana White, the UFC’s new president, in 2001, he declined the job offer.
  • In 2002, he took the job for free in exchange for front-row seats to a major sporting event.
  • After 15 free appearances as a pundit, he started getting paid.
  • His boss was Mike Goldberg. They worked together till 2016.
  • He hosted Inside the UFC, a weekly UFC TV show.
  • WB gave him a three-album deal. No records in 1999.
  • Joe Rogan’s own prime-time series premiered on Fox.
  • In December 1999, he taped two sets of stand-up comedy. They began in 2000.
  • In 2001, he worked on film and animation projects with comedian Chris McGuire.
  • In the same year, he launched a blog on He used to blog about various topics to develop his stand-up routines.
  • In 2001, he agreed to host the American version of Fear Factor, putting an end to his own TV show.
  • He initially declined the invitation, expecting the show to be cancelled after a few episodes.
  • The show, on the other side, improved him national exposure and earnings from stand-up. Fear Factor ran from 2001 until 2006. In 2011, the show returned for its final season.
  • He appeared on “A Beautiful Mind, in 2002.
  • In December 2002, he emceed the Blockbuster Hollywood Spectacular.
  • In February 2003, he became a co-host on Comedy Central’s The Man Show. The show ended in 2004.
  • In 2005, Rogan trained for a cage fight with actor Wesley Snipes. Snipes later recanted. The IRS was then looking into Snipes’ tax evasion.

Comedy Specials and Podcast:

In May 2005, he got a deal with the Endeavor Talent Agency.

In Phoenix, Arizona, he shot his second stand-up comedy special, Joe Rogan: Live, which aired on Showtime in 2007.

He lost his Comedy Store deal after accusing comedian Carlos Mencia of stealing his routines. Later, he joined the William Morris Agency. In 2013, he returned to The Comedy Store.

Shiny Happy Jihad, his fourth comedy special, was published in April 2007 by Comedy Central Records.

In January 2009, he hosted the CBS game show in My Head. After eight episodes, the show came to an end.

In 2009, he and his friends established a free podcast with fellow comedian Brian Redban. It was streamed live on Ustream once a week.

By August 2010, the podcast had been dubbed The Joe Rogan Experience. The Joe Rogan Experience has made it into iTunes’ Top 100 podcasts. It was taken up by SiriusXM Satellite Radio in 2011.

By 2015, it has become one of the most popular free podcasts.

In 2011, he starred in the film Zookeeper as his first major role.

He starred in the action comedy Here Comes the Boom, which was released in 2012.

Irresponsible Advice from a Man Without Credibility is the title of his new book.

In December 2012, he published his sixth comedy special, Live from the Tabernacle, exclusively as a download on his website. He demanded $5 for each download.

In 2013, he hosted Joe Rogan Questions Everything, a six-episode television show on the SyFy network.

Joe Rogan Awards:

In 2010 and 2011, he received the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Award for Best Television Announcer on two occasions.

In 2011, 2012, 2014, and 2015, the World MMA Awards recognized him MMA Personality of the Year four times.

Personal Life, Marital Status, Wife, Children, Stepchildren:

Joe Rogan is a husband and father. Jessica Ditzel, a former cocktail server, is his wife. In 2009, they tied a knot to each other. The couple has two children together. In 2008 and 2010, their two daughters were born. He is also the stepfather of his wife’s former relationship’s daughter.

Bell Canyon, California is now home to the family. They had previously resided in Boulder, Colorado.

Body Measurements of Joe Rogan:

Joe Rogan is 1.72 meters tall, or 5 feet and 8 inches tall. He weighs 190 pounds, or 86 kilograms. Rogan is of ordinary height and physique. He has brown eyes and shaves his head bald most of the time.

Quick Facts About Joe Rogan

Celebrated Name Joe Rogan
Age 53 Years
Nick Name Joe Rogan
Birth Name Joseph James Rogan
Birth Date 1967-08-11
Gender Male
Profession Comedian
Place Of Birth Newark, New Jersey , United States
Nationality American
Ethnicity Irish and Italian
Father Joseph Rogan
Religion Agnostic
Education Newton South High School, University of Massachusetts Boston
Marital Status Married
Spouse Jessica Ditzel
Married Date 2009
Children 3
Residence Bell Canyon, California, USA
Height 1.72 m ( 5 feet and 8 inches )
Weight 86 kg (190 lbs)
Body Type Average
Eye Color Brown
Net Worth $25 million (estimated)
Genre Observational comedy, black comedy, insult comedy, cringe comedy, satire
Famous For He is one of the popular comedians