Greg Fitzsimmons Net Worth

Greg Fitzsimmons is a stand-up comedian, television writer/producer, and radio show host. He was born on April 05, 1966 and is a regular guest on The Howard Stern Show, Chelsea Lately, The Adam Carolla Show, and The Joe Rogan Experience. His 2011 book, Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons, was praised by NPR and Vanity Fair. Greg has hosted a radio show on Howard Stern's Sirius/XM channel and his own twice-weekly podcast, Fitzdog Radio. He has also had two stand-up specials on Comedy Central and spent five years as a panelist on VH1's Best Week Ever. As a writer, Greg won 4 Daytime Emmy Awards on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and has worked on HBO's Lucky Louie, Politically Incorrect w/ Bill Maher, and many others. He has created and executive produced pilots for VH1 and FX and served as head writer on The Chelsea Handler Show, The Man Show, and Tiny Tonight. Greg is the winner of "The Jury Award for Best Comedian" from The HBO Comedy Arts Festival and a Cable Ace Award for the MTV game show he hosted called Idiot Savants.

Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Day April 05, 1966
Greg Fitzsimmons age 57 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Taurus
Birth name Gregory Sebastian Fitzsimmons
Medium Stand-up, television
Years active 1988–present
Genres Stand-up comedy
Subject(s) observational comedy
Website Official website

💰 Net worth: $100K - $1M



As an actor, he has appeared on Louie, C.S.I., Comedy Bang Bang, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and the film Division III: Football's Finest, and "Santa Clarita Diet" In 1996, Greg hosted the MTV game show Idiot Savants, which won a Cable Ace Award. He was a regular commentator on Vh1's Best Week Ever, I Love The series and Tough Crowd w/ Colin Quinn. In 2014 he starred in TruTV's How to Be a Grownup and became a recurring panelist on @midnight on Comedy Central.


He began his stand up comedy career while attending Boston University. Fitzsimmons has since appeared on such programs as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Chelsea Lately and his one-hour Comedy Central special "Life on Stage". In 2001 he won "The Jury Award for Best Comedian" at The HBO US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado.


From 2003 to 2005, he was a writer/ Producer on The Ellen DeGeneres Show for which he won four Daytime Emmys. He went on to write for Louis C.K.'s sitcom Lucky Louie. He also wrote for the Emmy Awards, Politically Incorrect w/ Bill Maher, Cedric the Entertainer Presents, The Man Show, The Wanda Sykes Show, The Gong Show w/ Dave Attell and The Chelsea Handler Show.