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Relationship Timeline Of Joe Rogan
Well known television host from Fear Factor, Joe Rogan is a famous actor and stand-up comedian as well. He became widely popular after creating a podcast called The Joe Rogan Experience.
Rogan was born on 11 august 1967 in Newark, New Jersey, United States of America, where another comedian and television host Bob Saget was also born. Born to his American parents, Joe is of White ethnicity and holds American nationality.
Marital Status - Married
A famous television host is a married man. In May 2009, Joe exchanged his wedding vows with Jessica Ditzel, who previously served as a cocktail waitress.
The couple shares two daughters, the elder one is 11 years old, and the young one is nine years old. Joe is a stepfather to Jessica's daughter, Kayla, with her former husband.
Jessica Former Husband, Dino Died in Car Accident
Jessica's former husband Dino Keven Conner passed away on 28th
January 2003. The accident took place in Houston, Texas.
As per the Police, Conner had just gone out from the recording studio as a passenger in a car, which was driven by his pregnant girlfriend, Teshya Rae Weisent. The car hit against the SUV that crossed the red light, and both of them died on the spot.
Joe's Past Affairs
In the late '90s, Joe was in a long-term relationship with his former girlfriend, Jerri Mathey. Manthey is an American actress, well known for her appearance on the Survivor: the Australian Outback and All-Stars.
Joe and Manthey started dating in 1997. Unfortunately, after a few months, it was announced that the pair broke-up. Later, when Joe and Jerri were invited to the Howard Stern Show, Joe admits that he cheated on Manthey.
''Actually, I broke up with him... I dont want to bad mouth him. Those were old times and I've forgiven him for hurting me,''
Said Jerri Manthey.
Stern again asked, ''Did he cheat on you?'', and after seconds of pause, Howard says, ''He did.''
Rogan also added,
'' We used to have huge fights. We used to have the worst fights. ... Cause I wanted to have s*x with other chicks. ... I did a bad thing, I learned my lesson...a couple times. Look I hooked her up with one of my friends!''
Both of them made it clear about their separation but still decided not to get back together and moved on.
Commenting on UFC
Joe kicked-off his career in 1997 when he joined the UFC as a commentator. After receiving massive praise from everyone, he was offered to serve as a host at the Fear Factor in 2001.
Joe also holds a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. At the early young age of nineteen, Rogan became the winner of the US Open Tae Kwon Do Championship in the lightweight category. He also won the middle and heavyweight championship and achieved the Grand Championship title.
In 2013, Joe made his appearance as a host in the television show Joe Rogan Questions Everything aired via the SyFy network.
The show ran for six episodes, which covered topics discussed during his podcasts, including UFO and Bigfoot, where the owner of Gas Monkey Garage, Richard Rawlings, also appeared in an event $1229.
The Podcast Experience
Besides his commenting and martial arts career, Joe is famous for his podcast show. In December 2009, Rogan, along with his friend Brian Redman started a free podcast show. On 24th December, the first episode was recorded as a live weekly broadcast aired via Ustream.
In August 2010, Joe and his partner changed the show's name as "The Joe Rogan Experience." Surprisingly, the podcast listed at Top 100 podcasts on iTunes the following year.
YouTube: Joe Rogan Reacts to the Hereditary Trailer
The podcast invites famous guests who talk about political views, hobbies, ongoing events, philosophy, and more to mention. By October 2015, Joe's podcast was downloaded 16 million times every month.
Multi-talented comedian and television personality, Joe makes decent money from his varied career. To date, he has won many UFC tournaments, host in television shows, and performed as a comedian, which adds up a decent amount to his current wealth.
As per some sources, Rogan makes $100,000 per episode from his podcast shows. Joe, moreover, makes $3 million from sponsorship and endorsements.
The famous television personality's total net worth is estimated to be $40 million, as of 2019.
House and Cars
Rogan, moreover, owns a significant estate of 7,573 square feet located in California. The mansion was built in 1978, which includes a swimming pool, two fireplaces, and five bathrooms. Joe paid $2,2 million for the house.
Rogan also shows his immense love for expensive cars. He owns several luxury cars, such as Mercedes, Porche 911 (Market price: $113,3000), 1970 Barracuda, and Ford Mustang.
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