Joel McHale
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The actor, the comedian, and TV host Joel McHale, real name Joel Edward McHale, is of Italian descent. Joel McHale has a $14 million net worth as of 2022.

Joel McHale rose to fame as the host of “The Soup” on American television and as “Jeff Winger” in the comedy-drama sitcom “Community” from 2009 to 2015.

He has also been cast in several films with important parts. In the 2011 American spy adventure comedy family film “Spy Kids: All the Time in the World,” he played the role of “Wilbur Wilson,” and the following year, he played the role of “Barry Loomis” in the comedy-drama movie “The Big Year.” He has established his official website and puts his photos and blog entries there.

Bio, And Education

Joel, born on November 20, 1971, will be 51 years old in 2022. He was born and raised in an upper-middle class Rome, Italy, household. His nationalities are known to be Italian and American, and he practices Christianity. His ancestry is both Irish and Norwegian.

He attended Mercer Island High School in Washington for his early education. He then enrolled on his own at the University of Washington, where he earned his history degree in 1995.

The same University also awarded him a Master of Fine Arts degree. He had loved comedy since elementary school and wanted to work in the entertainment business, so he decided to follow his ambition and entered the comedy and acting industries.

Name Joel McHale
Full Name Joel Edward McHale
Net Worth $14 Million
Date of Birth 20 November 1971
Age 51 Years Old
Birth Place Rome, Italy
Currently, Live in Los Angeles
Profession Actor, Comedian, and TV Host
Debut Film: Spider-Man 2 (2004)
Television: Almost Live! (1996)
Video Games: Lego Dimensions (2015)
Years Active 1996 – Present
Famous Role Mark Reynolds in Film Blended (2014)
Nationality Italian and American
Religion Catholic
Ethnicity Irish and Norwegian Descent
Hometown Rome
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
School/High School Mercer Island High School, Washington, United States
College/University University of Washington, United States
Education Qualification Graduate

Relationship Status, And Family

Mr. Jack McHale, an American who served as Loyola University’s dean of students, is Joel’s father.

His mother was a homemaker from Canada named Mrs. Laurie McHale.

He has two brothers who are actors named Christopher McHale.

Stephen McHale is the CEO of the IBM-owned firm Explorys.

The marital status of Joel is married. In 1996, he tied the knot with Sarah Williams. Since that time, they have both been enjoying being married to each other.

Edward Roy McHale and Isaac Hayden McHale are their two sons.

Father Name Jack McHale
Mother Name Laurie McHale
Brother Name Christopher McHale
Stephen McHale
Girlfriend Sarah Williams
Marital Status Married
Wife Name Sarah Williams
Children Name Edward Roy McHale (Son)
Isaac Hayden McHale (Son)

Body Structure

Joel McHale is a youthful, attractive, intelligent, and dashing man with a charming and dashing demeanor. He has a muscular rhomboid body type, an excellent set of physical measurements, and a robust, appealing physique.

He stands about 6 feet 3 inches tall and weighs about 94 kilograms. His eyes are a stunning and hypnotic blazing blue hue, and he has short, fashionable light brown hair.

Height (approx) in centimeters: 192 cm
in meters: 1.92 m
in feet inches: 6’ 3”
Weight (approx) in kilograms: 94 kg
in pounds: 207 lbs
Eye Colour Blue
Hair Colour Brown

Career of Joel McHale

In 1996, Joel launched his career with the sketch comedy program “Almost Live!” He appeared in a couple of episodes of the science fiction drama “The X-Files” as “Tad O’Malley” and in “The Great Indoors” as a journalist by the name of “Jack Gordon.” He portrayed the recurring role of “Chris” in the comedy series “Santa Clarita Diet” and served as host and executive producer of the game program “Card Sharks.”

He participated in the game programs “Game On!,” “Match Game,” “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire,” and “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” in 2020 and 2021, respectively. He has also appeared on numerous other television programs, including “American Housewife,” “The Twilight Zone,” “Stargirl,” “Dummy,” “Black-ish,” “Medical Police,” “The Rookie,” “Drunk History,” “Pushing Daisies,” “The IT Crowd,” and many more.

Additionally, he has worked as a host for several television programs and award ceremonies, including “The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale,” “The White House Correspondents’ Dinner,” “The 2015 ESPY Awards,” “The 2013 VGX Award,” “The Soup,” “Crime Scene Kitchen,” “Tiger King,” and the “26th Independent Spirit Award.”

In 2019, he served as a special guest judge on an episode of the American reality series “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” The animated television programs “Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja,” “Regular Show,” “BoJack Horseman,” “Rick and Morty,” “Robot Chicken,” and “Milo Murphy’s Law” have all featured his voice.