Matt Iseman Biography
A native of Denver, Colorado, United States, Matt Iseman is a popular American television host, comedian, and actor, who started his career as a physician. However, He is best known for his role as a play-by-play broadcaster of American Ninja Warrior and evolved into the first champion of The New Celebrity Apprentice in early 2017.
Matt Iseman Age
Iseman is 51 years old as of 2022. He was born on 22 January 1971 in Denver, Colorado, United States. He celebrates his birthday on 22 January every year.
Matt Iseman Height
Iseman stands at a height of 6 feet and 3 inches(1.91m) tall and weighs 88 kgs.
Matt Iseman Education
Iseman was raised in Denver and followed his father into a medical career, earning a B.A. with awards from an M.D. from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and Princeton University. Iseman is of Ashkenazi Jewish, Irish, Danish, and English descent. He did his training and occupancy in internal medicine at the University of Colorado Hospital in his hometown of Denver and later migrated to the Los Angeles area.
Matt Iseman Family
Michael Dee “Mike” Iseman (father) and Joan/Jan Christensen (mother) are pulmonologists (mother). He was born and raised in Denver, and he followed in his father’s footsteps in medicine. Thomas is his brother’s name. Michael Dee “Mike” Iseman, a pulmonologist, is Iseman’s father. “Do what makes you happy since life is short.” When Iseman left medicine to pursue stand-up comedy, he sought counsel from his father, a world-renowned physician. Those remarks persist to inspire him to this day.
Matt Iseman Wife
Iseman isn’t married, but he actually wears a ring on his right ring finger a lot of the time and, even though it’s not the finger normally linked to marriage, it has gotten people talking. It might have something to do with his battle with rheumatoid arthritis, though. His siblings also have not been mentioned anywhere. We will update this section as soon as the information is available.
Matt Iseman Net Worth
Iseman has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Matt Iseman Comedy
Iseman started doing stand-up comedy, with a routine based partly on his experiences as a doctor. He operated with the improvisational comedy troupe The Groundlings, and in 2002 became a full-time professional comedian.
In addition to comedy club work, Iseman’s medical background has led to performing for medical and health-related organizations. He has served at USO shows in Hungary, Bosnia, South Korea, and Afghanistan.
He cites Brian Regan as a comedy inspiration. Iseman’s comedy outside of humor about medicine and the medical profession is mainly observational, and he normally avoids off-color material.
Matt Iseman Ninja Warrior
In addition, Iseman hosted American Ninja Warrior on G4 and then on the NBC network for 8 of the 9 seasons. Season 1 was the only season in which Iseman did not host. He started to work with American Ninja Warrior in 2010. With Kristine Leahy, and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila (former Professional football player) he uses his athleticism and works as a comedian to add his style to the show (sideline correspondent). Iseman has also appeared in television shows such as The Drew Carey Show, NCIS, and General Hospital on an episodic basis.
Matt Iseman Movies
- Red Nose Day
- Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 2009
- Punching and Stealing
- Dying to Kill
- Stripper’s Guide to Fighting Terrorism
- Blood from a Stone P Lo’s House
- The Living Want Me Dead
- Tobacco Man
- My Treat 2009
- Beneath the Surface 2016
- The Real Potheads of North Hollywood The Undeserted
Matt Iseman Tv Shows
- American Ninja Warrior: Ninja vs. Ninja 2016 – 2018
- American Ninja Warrior Since 2009
- Clean House 2003 – 2011
- American Ninja Warrior Junior Since 2018
- Live Rescue Since 2019
- Team Ninja Warrior Since 2016
- Rescue Cam Since 2020
- USA vs the World Since 2019
- The Apprentice 2004 – 2017
- Sports Soup 2008 – 2010
- Red Nose Day Since 2018
- Dumbest Stuff on Wheels Since 2011
- Tokyo Live Since 2021
- Scream Play
- Messiest Home
- NCIS Since 2003
- Live Rescue: Rewind Since 2019
- Saved by Design Since 2012
- VH1 100 Most Wanted Bodies
- The Revolution 2012
- American Ninja Warrior: Extras Since 2016
- Undercover Cop!
- A Toast to 2019! Since 2019 Pleasant Events