Matt Iseman Biography
Matt Iseman is an American actor, comedian and television host, who started his career as a physician. Iseman became the first (and only) winner of The New Celebrity Apprentice in early 2017.
Matt Iseman Age
Iseman was born on January 22, 1971 in Denver, Colorado, United States.
Matt Iseman Net Worth
Matt Iseman has a net worth of $2 million, which he has accumulated from his career roles as a comedian, actor and television host. He is also a medical practitioner.
Matt Iseman Wife
Iseman is probably not married and doesn’t have a wife. But according his social accounts, we have uncovered that he has a girlfriend whose identity remains a mystery.
Matt Iseman Cancer
In 2002, Iseman was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, at age 31. His disease is being treated successfully. In the season premier of American Ninja Warrior season 2, he mentioned that he was a cancer survivor. He wrote on Twitch that he had part of a kidney removed due to cancer more than 10 years ago.
Matt Iseman Education
Born in Denver, Colorado, Iseman is the son of a pulmonologist, Iseman was raised in Denver and followed his father into a medical career, earning a B.S. with honors from Princeton University and an M.D. from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Iseman did his internship and residency in internal medicine at the University of Colorado Hospital in his home town of Denver and later relocated to the Los Angeles area.
Matt Iseman Comedy Career
Iseman began doing stand-up comedy, with a routine based partly on his experiences as a doctor. He worked with the improvisational comedy troupe The Groundlings and became a full-time professional comedian in 2002. In addition to comedy club work, his medical background has led to performing for medical and health-related organizations. Iseman has performed at USO shows in Afghanistan, South Korea, Bosnia and Hungary. He cites Brian Regan as a comedy inspiration. His comedy outside of humor about medicine and medical profession is mainly observational and he generally avoids off-color material.
Matt Iseman Television Work
Iseman has hosted the game shows Casino Night on GSN and Scream Play on E!. He appears on the home makeover show Clean House as a regular cast member and its companion outtakes show, Clean House Comes Clean, both on the Style Network.
Matt Iseman Ninja Worrior
In addition, he has hosted 8 out of 9 seasons of American Ninja Warrior on the channel G4 and then on the NBC network. The only season Iseman did not host was season 1. In 2010, he started working with American Ninja Warrior.
He uses his athleticism and work as a comedian to add his style to the show with Akbar Gbaja-Biamila (former NFL player) and Kristine Leahy (sideline correspondent). Iseman also has worked episodically in television shows including NCIS, The Drew Carey Show and General Hospital.
Matt Iseman Comedian
He has appeared on the syndicated MAD TV, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, Fox’s The Best Damn Sports Show Period, and Fox News Channel’s Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld. Iseman was the narrator of “Dumbest Stuff On Wheels” on “SPEED”. As of May 4, 2010, he is the host of Sports Soup, a spin-off of E!’s The Soup, on Versus. Iseman won the 15th overall season and first run of The New Celebrity Apprentice.
Matt Iseman Movies
- The Drew Carey Show
- General Hospital as Rock Fowler (2003)
- Courting Alex
- NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service
- P Lo’s House
- Clean House
- Clean House Comes Clean
- Choke.Kick.Girl: The Series
- Clean House: Messiest Home in the Country
- Dumbest Stuff on Wheels
- American Ninja Warrior
- Team Ninja Warrior
- The Best Time Ever
- The New Celebrity Apprentice