Name: Michelle Wolf
Born: June 21, 1985
Occupation: Comedian and writer
Michelle Wolf was born on June 21, 1985 in Hershey, Pennsylvania. She has two siblings.
Upon graduation from Hershey High School in 2003, she attended College of William and Mary, earning a degree in kinesiology. During her academic days, she was an avid athlete, competing on the track and field team, but she was forced to quit because of an injury.
Despite being an entertainer, Michelle worked on Wall Street and was employed by Bear Stearns and JPMorgan Chase. By 2008, Michelle aspired to enter the world of entertainment.
In July 2014, Michelle appeared on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” and would make several more appearances on the late-night talk show. She was eventually tapped to be a writing supervisor and reprise her role as “Grown-Up Annie.”
A year later, Michelle was hired by Comedy Central to host a YouTube web series titled “Now Hiring.” Michelle would sign on with “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” as a writer in April 2016. She also wrote for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards and the 2016 Academy Awards ceremony.
Over the years, Michelle performed stand-up comedy at the famous New York City establishment Comedy Cellar. She also performed her routine overseas on a couple of occasions, including the Edinburgh Festival.
In addition to comedy, Michelle captured roles in two television series: “The Awesomes” and “Horace and Pete.” She is now filming her own TV series titled “The Break with Michelle Wolf.”
Michelle made international headlines in April 2018 when she was a featured guest at the annual White House Correspondents Dinner. She was slammed by all sides for what many say was inappropriate, uncouth, and nasty jokes directed at President Donald Trump as well as Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and her appearance. Many have come to her defense, including Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert, but even left-leaning media outlets have distanced themselves from Michelle.
We estimate that Michelle Wolf’s net worth is $1.5 million (2018).
So how much is $1.5 million really?
$1.5 million can pay for the entire food and beverages served at the White House Correspondents Dinner. $1.5 million can also cover the costs to produce episodes of late-night talk shows hosted by Seth Meyers and Trevor Noah.