Rory Albanese Biography
|Date of Birth:||1977 , May-29|
|Age:||40 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Place/City||Rockville Centre, New York|
|Net Worth||$10 million|
|Hair Color||White Brown|
|Weight in KG||53 KG|
|Education||Boston University, Boston University College of Communication|
|Awards||WGA Award for Best Comedy/Variety - (Including Talk) Series - Television|
Rory Albanese, an American comedian and TV producer, is known for his appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He’s been seen performing with former The Daily Show correspondents John Oliver an Wyatt Cenac. He currently performs his stand-up shows in various cities of US.
Early Life and Career
Rory Albanese was born on May 29, 1977, in Rockville Centre, New York, United States. He spent his childhood at Rockville Centre, New York, Unites States.
He is of American citizen belonging to White-American ethnicity. He completed his high school from a local high school nearby Rockville, New York. After that, he enrolled for communication degree at Boston University College of Communication.
He graduated from the Boston University in 1991. Soon after his graduation, he started working as a comedy writer on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Later, he became a stand-up comedian of the show. He appeared on the show before retiring his television journey in 2013.
Rory Albanese was also an executive producer and presenter of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore for several years. He launched his first half-hour comedy special on April 2, 2010, on Comedy Central.
Currently, he performs along with his two friends John Oliver and Wyatt Cenac at clubs and colleges throughout the country.
Rory Albanese is currently unmarried. He is not dating anyone currently (at least publicly). Some sources claimed that he is a divorced man and was married to fellow comedian Jennifer Flanz. However, he has not revealed.
Amid the early time, his dad and mom had loads of contentions in an issue of their married life and this likewise made them with a conclusion to divorce however later on years they close down their misconception and again lived as a cheerfully wedded couple.
In the mid-year of 2006, he joined Lewis Black's Red, White, and Screwed visit, performing with Black everywhere throughout the nation. Most as of late, Albanese has been seen performing with previous Daily Show journalists John Oliver and Wyatt Cenac, and in addition, featuring his own shows at clubs and schools all through the nation.
Albanese moved on from Boston University's College of Communication in 1999. He was an extremely skilled understudy in his scholastic training and he wanted to turn on his future towards business.
Net Worth and Charity
Rory Albanese’s current net worth is $1 million. He has amassed a huge amount of money from his long-time career as a comedian.
According to his website, he charges $22 for each show. He does 50 shows average in the month and each show has an estimated 100 audiences. If we estimate his income from his shows, he earns nearly 110K each month which is not confirmed officially.
Rory is working for animal rights. He is animal right activist and actively participating in programs related to it. He has also been a part of various conferences and seminar with his paper focusing on rights of animal and its present condition.