Theo Von Net Worth: How Rich is The Stand-Up Titan?

Theo Von Net Worth: How Rich is The Stand-Up Titan?
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Theo Von, an acclaimed comedian and podcaster from the United States, often makes headlines for his career, wealth, and controversies. The article focuses on Theo Von’s net worth and the several investments contributing to it. It also covers the comedian’s personal life and the lesser-known facts worth mentioning.

Theo Von is an American stand-up comedian, podcaster, actor, and television personality who is known for hosting This Past Weekend Podcast. Besides Von’s acting and comical stint, he is known for earning massive wealth from his career. In this article, we have mentioned the net worth of Theo Von and the several factors that contribute to it.

Who is Theo Von?

Theo Von Net Worth: How Rich is The Stand-Up Titan?
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Theodor Capitani Von Kurnatowski III was born on March 19, 1980 (age 44 years; as of 2024) in Covington, Louisiana, United States. His mother, Gene Capitani, used to deliver newspapers. His father, Roland Theodore Achilles, worked as a mahogany farmer and reportedly had connections with notable figures such as Harry Connick Sr.

For his high school studies, Theo Von attended Mandeville High School. Following his formal education, Theo Von attended several universities including Louisiana State, Loyola of New Orleans, University of Arizona, Semester at Sea, College of Charleston, and Santa Monica College. In 2011, the comedian graduated from the University of New Orleans; he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Planning.

What is the net worth of Theo Von?

As of 2024, Theo Von has an estimated net worth of $7 million. There are several factors including stand-up comedy that contribute to the net worth of Theo Von.

NameTheo Von
Real NameTheodor Capitani von Kurnatowski III
ProfessionComedian, Podcaster, Actor
Net worth $7 million
Annual Income$2 million

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Factors Contributing to the Net Worth of Theo Von

Stand-up Comedian and Host

After participating in multiple reality shows, Theo Von started his career as a host and worked for prominent shows including Primetime in No Time (2011) and Deal With It (2013). He also ventured into stand-up comedy and has given some of the best live shows and comedy gigs. While his hosting fees remain under wraps, Theo Von’s live ticket ranges between $80 to $110.


Theo Von Net Worth: How Rich is The Stand-Up Titan?
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Recently, Theo Von has made his name among popular podcasters and hosted shows like This Past Weekend and King and The Sting. Although the exact earnings remain unknown, Theo von’s earnings from podcasts range in millions of dollars.

Car Collection

As of 2024, Theo Von has an impressive collection of cars. Among the vast collection is a BMW series worth $110,000 and a Lamborghini Gallardo that cost him $820k.

Real Estates

Similar to other celebrities, the comedian owns a varied collection of real estate. One of them is Theo Von’s current apartment which was sold by Tim Robbins for $3.9 million. Reportedly, the exquisite property features three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and more than 2500 square feet of living space.

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  • Fascinated by acting since childhood, Theo Von has won numerous awards in several school and university cultural functions. In 2000, when Theo was 19, he made his reality show debut with MTV’s Road Rules: Maximum Velocity Tour.
  • From 2000-2008, he participated in multiple MTV shows which included The Challenge, a reality competition show; he was a runner-up in one season and winner in two seasons.
  • In 2011, Theo started hosting shows and worked for Yahoo’s Primetime In No Time (2012) and Deal With It (2013), respectively.
  • In the same period, the comedian made his acting debut with Inside Amy Schumer (2013) wherein he made a cameo appearance.
  • Besides being a host and an actor, Theo Von is a stand-up comedian and has made appearances in shows like The Arsenio Hall Show, Hello Ross, Chelsea Lately, Watch What Happens Live, @midnight, and This Is Not Happening.
  • In 2016, he made his OTT debut with Netflix’s No Offence.
  • In 2019, the comedian and podcaster embarked on a live-show national tour named The Dark Arts Tour.
  • Not only a comedian, Theo Von is also a podcaster and started his first podcast in 2011 titled “The Comedy Sideshow.” Currently, he is a host of an acclaimed podcast “This Past Weekend.”

Personal Life

Theo Von Net Worth: How Rich is The Stand-Up Titan?
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As of 2024, Theo Von is not married. Reportedly, he has dated multiple eminent personalities including Brandi Glanville, Sarah Greyson, and Coral Smith. However, none of them were confirmed. Meanwhile, his current relationship status remains under wraps keeping fans speculating about his relationship status. 

Controversy: Accused His Former Agency

In September 2023, Theo Von accused his former agency, Kast Video, and its CEO, Colin Thompson, of not paying his fees worth $4 million. Meanwhile, the accusations were made through a video by Theo Von posted on social media. He claimed in the video

The company that did it is Kast Media, and the man that did it is Colin Thomson. We’re part of a larger group of podcasts that were stolen from. I’ve just between talking with folks, there’s up to $4 million that I know of that people were taking advantage of.

The advertisers were paying Colin Thompson and Kast Media and they weren’t paying us. They would pay us a little bit and they had a reason why. We’re in the six figures, I know of podcasts that are in the seven figures.

Do You Know These Lesser Known Facts About Theo Von?

  • Reportedly, the comedian pays a fee of $100 to his openers in live shows. While this was revealed in the show, The Rigz, his name was beeped to avoid conflicts.
  • In an interview with The Vulture, the comedian revealed that during his initial comic career, he got into a debt of $35,000. In the same interview, he discussed the reason and revealed that he used to carry a gig for his tours which cost him more than what his live shows reciprocated. His statement read, 

I went almost $35,000 in debt doing a lot of touring because I would take gigs that cost me more to go do than I would recuperate. But when did I feel like I finally kind of… you know, there have been some different things.

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