Comedian Joe Machi’s biography: age, marriage, illness, career
Joe Machie is a popular American comedian who made it to the limelight for his punch jokes and peculiar voice.
The American stand up comedian has so build his name that he has several followers on social media, which is why he is also regarded as a social media personality.
Over the years, Joe Machi has been able to build a name and brand for himself and is currently doing well for himself.
This article is focused on everything to know about Joe Machi; continue reading to see more.
|Full name||Joe Machi|
|Date of birth||23rd June 1979|
|Age||42 in 2021|
|Place of birth||State College, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Current residence||New York City, USA|
|Parents||Frank and Catherine Machi|
|Education||Penn State University, State College Area High School|
|Occupation||Comedian, Television and social media personality|
|Net worth||$1 million|
Joe Machi’s Biography
Joe Machi was born on the 23rd of June 1979 to Frank and Catherine Machi at State College, Pennsylvania, USA. The reports revealed that while his mother was a catholic school teacher, his father was a retail manager.
There are no details on whether Joe Machi had other siblings but he was was raised at Pennsylvania but would later move to New York, where he currently resides.
Joe Machi is an American by birth and celebrated his 42nd birthday in June 2021.
Joe Machi finished from State College Area High School in 1997, after which he moved to Penn State University, where he graduated in 2002; there are no details on the course he studied.
Before Joe Machi ventured into comedy as a profession, he had taken up some other jobs after her graduated from Penn University.
Since finding out he had an interest in comedy when he was a little child as he watched Kevin Nealon, and Norm MacDonald shows while growing up, he decided to make it a career in 2006 by relocating to New York City, it was there he earned many opportunities to perform at famous shows like the Late Night at Comic Strip Live.
Joe Machi made it to the limelight after he won the New York Comedy Festival’s Funniest Comedian competition. This would go on to open numerous doors for him in several famous competitions like Last Comic Standing.
Some of the credits to Joe Machi’s name as a comedian are; Gutfeld, The Greg Gutfeld Show, Your Welcome, This Week at the Comedy Cellar, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Red Eye w/Tom Shillue.
Joe Machi has kept his private life personal, and it is not known if he is married or not. Owing to the fact that there is no woman in his life, there are speculations he could be gay.
While many of Joe Machi’s fans believe that he has a disease that caused his peculiar voice, the American comedian has no condition, and his voice is his normal voice.