- Full Name: Daniel Dwight Tosh
- Born: 05/29/1975
- Place of Birth: Boppard, Rhineland-Palatinate, West Germany
- Occupation: Comedian
- Marital Status: Single
Daniel Tosh Net Worth History
Daniel Tosh’s first job was as a telemarketer, making $15 perhour. His career began in 1988 with an appearance at a comedy festival titled “Just for Laughts.” The audience enjoyed his performance, but his real break came when he appeared on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” with positive viewer feedback. He later appeared on various talk shows including “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” Premium Blend and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Daniel started his own television show called “Daniel Tosh.O, and it was at this point that his popularity and net wealth began to increase. The show began in 2009 and is going strong to this day. The largest portion of his fan base of almost 3 million viewers is between the ages of 18 to 24. He is currently active with his new show “Daniel Tosh Presents: The June Gloom Tour.” He hits the road for even more outlandish comedy that is directed at his target viewer age with situations that are both humorous, on the ribald side and shocking.
About Daniel Tosh
After Daniel made his debut appearance in 1998 at the Just for Laughs festival, the act was shown on television in 2000. Daniel was invited to host local late night comedy shows in Florida and to represent the Taco Bell chain in television commercials. He has been active in appearing on radio shows and specials on “Comedy Central Presents.” Daniel has been successful in his appearances in the comedy circuit. He has also tried his hand at acting, appearing on MTV’s “Punk’d” HBOs “Runawaybox” and a minor role with Star Mike Myers in the film “The Love Guru.”
In 2011, he completed the Comedy Central special “Happy Thoughts.” This was later released on DVD and teh 3.25 million viewers responded well. Tosh received a portion of the proceeds and added to his already increasing status of wealth.
Daniel was planning to end his time as a comedian when he reached the age of 38, in 2013 had he not reached the level of success that was in line with his personal and professional goals. He had threatened to retire to the Florida beaches or take his life. The fans responded with a force that made it impossible for Daniel to leave comedy and he is continuing to thrill his viewers and loyal fans. Daniel is going strong with his odd delivery of comedy material. Tosh steamrolls over tabus, using material that is offensive to some audiences, but tremendously entertaining for others. His latest endeavor of the animated “Brickleberry” aired for three seasons but was cancelled in January of 2015.
It seems that the fans will do what it takes to Keep Daniel Tosh on the air and delivering his unique brand of comedic entertainment. He has a one of a kind style that takes comedy down a different path with punch lines left hanging and themes that bring surprise, in some cases shock and disgust, with his fans still clamoring for more.