Christina Pazsitzky is a Canadian-American comedian, famously known for her commentary on several television programs like E! channel’s Wildest Moments and truTV’s World’s Dumbest. She co-hosts the widely successful podcast Your Mom’s House along with her husband, Tom Segura. The show has received top ratings on iTunes where it garners millions of downloads monthly.
For their outstanding performances, their show was nominated for the Stitcher Radio Comedy Award in 2013. In addition to this, Christina Pazsitsky also hosts her own personal podcast, That’s Deep, Bro; a podcast that covers topics you never talk about in everyday life, but should.
Christina Pazsitzky – Biography (Age)
The hearty comedian was born on the 18th of June, 1976 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. She was born to Hungarian parents that emigrated from Hungary in 1969. By 1980, Christina moved with her family to the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, California. However, in the year 1994, she became a US citizen.
She studied Philosophy at Oxford University and tried to follow her mother’s wishes by entering Law School. However, she soon realized that Law wasn’t for her and just two weeks after she entered Law School, she dropped out.
Christina Pazsitzky got her first chance at stand-up comedy when she performed at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles in 2001. Her act took up six minutes, but from that point onward Christina found her stride, and nothing was going to stop her. Christina has gone on to perform in several comedy shows including Showtime’s special Red Light Comedy, which is filmed in Amsterdam; Nuvo TV’s Stand Up and Deliver; and TV Guide’s Stand Up in Stilettos.
Before she got into the world of comedy, Christina Pazsitzky started out as an animation writer, using her skills for DIC Entertainment where she wrote and voiced several characters. Her first notable work was the 2006 National Lampoon’s TV: The Movie. The film centered on spoofing and making fun of popular television programs and adverts. She played as a writer as well as an actress. For her jaw-dropping performance, the comic star was honored with Animation Magazine’s Up and Coming Animation Writer Award.
Later on, she served as a writer for the late-night comedy talk show Chelsea Lately hosted by comedian Chelsea Handler on E! channel. She also put her writing skills in action while writing for the TBS show Funniest Wins with Marlon Wayans, among others.
Christina Pazsitzky got cast in the MTV series Road Rules: Down Under. The series had participants receive missions such as mountain climbing and cliff jumping that needed to be completed at the end of each episode. The season took place in Hawaii and the continent of Oceania. Christina stayed with MTV, joining the sixth season of The Challenge series; Real World/Road Rules Challenge: Battle of the Sexes.
Her unique and humorous commentary has seen her appear on several other shows. She’s well known for her pop culture references on VH1’s countdown shows and her hilarious commentary on truTV’s World’s Dumbest. She has also appeared as a commentator for SyFy’s Insane or Inspired, a show that collates videos from the internet depicting peculiar scenes of human imagination. She also appeared on truTV’s How to Be a Grown Up and was on E!’s Wildest TV Moments.
Stand-up comedy has also taken Christina Pazsitzky to various parts of the world including Africa, Afghanistan, South Korea, and UAE where she went as a member of the United Service Organizations Inc. crew; a non-profit that provides live entertainment to members of the United States Armed Forces and their families. She is also an active member of the Deathsquad Network of stand-up comedians. In addition, Christina appears as a regular guest on The Bob and Tom Show, a podcast her husband co-hosts.
She has performed at several comedy festivals including Just For Laughs and the Aspen Comedy Festival. Others are Sketchfest, Moontower Comedy Festival, Lucy Fest, South African Comedy Festival, and Gilda’s Fest. So far, she released four stand-up comedy specials; It’s Hard Being A Person (2011), Man of the Year (2015), Mother Inferior (2017), and The Degenerates (2018).
Christina Pazsitzky is married to fellow comedian Tom Segura. They tied the knot in November 2008 and together they co-host the podcast Your Mom’s House. In 2018, CBS got the distribution rights to their family comedy show The Little Things. The couple has two children; first son Ellis born in 2016, and second son Julian born in 2018. They are also the proud owner of two dogs – Theo “Fifo” Huxtable and Bitsy. Christina and her family live in Los Angeles.
Christina Pazsitzky’s Net Worth
With her progressing career in comedy alongside her husband, Christina Pazsitzky has been able to get a cool net worth of $2 million for herself.