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Who is Theo Von and what is his net worth?

THEO Von is a US stand-up comedian, podcaster and well-known television personality and actor.

Born Theodor Capitani von Kurnatowski, he is better known as Theo Von and shares content on YouTube.

Theo Von is a comedian and podcast host
Theo Von is a comedian and podcast hostCredit: Getty

Who is Theo Von?

Theo was born in Covington, Louisiana, on March 19, 1980.

He stands at 1.82 metres tall - which is 5ft 10inches.

The comedian is host of the podcast This Past Weekend and sometimes joins the The King and the String podcast.

Theo grew up in Louisiana with his parents, older brother and two younger sisters and became legally emancipated at 14.


He started his professional entertainment career at 19, starring in MTV's Road Rules: Maximum Velocity Tour in 2000.

What is Theo Von's net worth?

According to celebritynetworth.com, Theo's net worth is estimated to be $500,000.

He released his first one-hour comedy special on Netflix in February 2016.

Theo earns his wealth from his tours and you can watch his shows Regular People and No Offense on Netflix.

Is Theo Von married?

According to datingcelebs.com, Theo is currently single.

The site claims he was in at least three previous relationships and has never been engaged.

He dated Sarah Greyson in 2003 and Brandi Glanville in 2016.

Is Theo Von on social media?

Yes, Theo is on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

His Twitter handle is @TheoVon where he shares his YouTube videos.

On his Instagram @theovon he plugs his podcasts, tour dates and shares funny videos to his 2.1 million followers.

Theo has 1.2 million subscribers on his YouTube page, where you can watch his podcast videos as well as Theo Von Shorts or Theo Von Clips.

He has amassed three million followers on TikTok, where he shares short clips from his Past The Weekend podcast - and his fan base is loving his edits.

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One commented: "Thought I was gonna make it thru this one without bursting out laughing, then the end got me."

While another accompanied two crying with laughter emojis with the words: "These edits are getting out of control"