Comedian Bert Kreischer goes to Russia and becomes “The Machine.” Then a group of Japanese tourists call in to say hello to him. Then Bert tells us about the time he thought he might have to have sex with Will Smith.
Though he initially rose to fame due in part to a 1997 Rolling Stone article that dubbed him Florida State University’s “top partier,” Bert Kreischer has since made a name for himself as both a stand-up comedian and host of television programs like FX’s Hurt Bert and Travel Channel’s Trip Flip. His piercing laughter has also entertained (or annoyed) listeners of Doug Loves Movies, WTF With Marc Maron, and The Joe Rogan Experience. Kreischer’s latest project is an autobiographical book, Life Of The Party: Stories Of A Perpetual Man-Child, out now on St. Martin’s Press.
“Life of the Party: Stories of a Perpetual Man-Child,” by Bert Kreischer, available May 27, is a breezy collection of crazy stories of misspent youth as a six-plus-year college student in Florida, Russian exchange program misadventures, and eventually, gaining some maturity as a husband and father.
What does it take to be named America’s greatest partier? A strong liver, for one. The ability to summon literally thousands of people to a house party is also good. A spread in Rolling Stone magazine won’t hurt, either.
That’s what happened to Bert Kreischer during his sixth year at Florida State University back in the late 1990s… Click to read entire article
On his Travel Channel series, “Trip Flip,” comedian and on-air personality Bert Kreischer surprises people with action-packed vacations that are designed to fulfill items on their travel bucket list. Kreischer, 41, resides in Los Angeles with his family. Of California, he says… Click to read entire article