If you have already seen the comedian and the host, Daniel Tosh in his latest Subaru commercial, then the chances are you have scratched your head more than once. From his stand-up comedy acts to his full brown tour, the ticket to the Tosh's events almost sells out due to his popular bold brand of controversial humor.
Aside from his fame, his comedic antics have certainly garnered him some of the serious con! So, how rich is Daniel Tosh? Keep scrolling to know more information about his earnings and fortunes.
Daniel Tosh's Earning Details: How Rich Is He?
Comedy has been a tough business and whether you are hoping to make it big in the Las Vegas of Los Angeles, it can be a hard road. And the American comedian and TV host Daniel Tosh has managed to make a name for himself.
The Tosh.0 host Daniel Tosh is undoubtedly one of the most promising comedians of all time. According to Celebrity Net Worth, his net worth is $16 million as of 2021.
Thanks to his brand black comedy, sarcasm, and bold behavior, he sells almost every time on his tours and shows. Well, some might even say that his OCD is a contributing factor to his delivery when making jokes.
In 2011, his 60-date nation-wide had a stand-up show which sold out completely, earning him a substantial increase in his wealth due to ticket sales. He repeated his outstanding performance in 2014 with the tickets for the show sold for $162.94 a pop.
According to Forbes, he placed in the 9th spot of the list of the top-earning comedian who earned their income mostly from ticket sales.
Daniel also acquired quite a bit of money from his hits show, his stand-up comedy DVDs, and cameos in the other television movies and shows. You can check out the chart below to see what he was paid for each.
Movie/Stand-up/Tv shows Income Earned
Total Amount Earned $10,218,982.00
Daniel Tosh Career Highlights, Awards, & Achievements
Initially, Tosh was an employee of the Central Florida Research Park where he used to work as a telemarketer. After his graduation, he began touring the comedy club circuit.
Then, he joined the comedy field as the "New Faces" at Just for Laughs which was held in Montreal back in 1998. Two years later, his act was televised in the Theater Saint-Denis, Montreal.
Tosh's professional career breakthrough occurred when he performed on the Late Show with the David Letterman. He also appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Premium Blend of Comedy Central as well as Jimmy Kimmel Live.
For the three consecutive years, his name was nominated for Teen Choice Awards, In 2011, for Choice Comedian, and for the favorite Comedian in 2012 and 2014, respectively.
In 2009, he began hosting the American television series Tosh.0 which aired on Comedy Central until November 24, 2020. The show ran for 12 seasons with a total of 301 episodes.