The first episode of Celebrity Beef will air on E! on August 2 at 10 pm ET. In each episode of the show, two famous contestants will try to make up with each other while cooking delicious food for the show’s host and judge, Joel McHale.
During the different stages of the competition, the fun cook-off between famous people will take many turns. For example, contestants might get to use special ingredients or have to deal with disadvantages like having to use gardening tools instead of knives while cooking.
The famous person who wins gets a trophy and $10,000, which they can give to a charity of their choice.
American comedian, actor, voice actor, and TV host Joel McHale is the host of the show Celebrity Beef. McHale has had a successful career in both movies and TV, and he is now worth well over $10 million.
He became well-known all over the country after starring in the NBC sitcom Community, which was about a former lawyer who was sent to community college after being caught with a fake degree.
Here, we talk about the Celebrity Beef host’s wealth before the first episode of the show airs on August 2, 2022.
How much does Celebrity Beef host Joel McHale have in the bank? We looked at assets and more.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, McHale has a net worth of about $14 million.
On the NBC comedy show Community, where he played Jeff Winger, he was paid $60,000 per episode. Showbiz CheatSheet estimates that McHale made about $7 million for his role as Jeff over the course of the show’s 110 episodes.
He is also known for hosting the E! show The Soup from 2004 to 2015. At the height of the show, McHale made $2 million a year.
Celebrity Net Worth says that in 2007, McHale and his wife Sarah Williams bought a house in Los Feliz, California, for $1.88 million. In 2016, they sold the house for $2.5 million. In 2009, they also spent $500,000 on a house in Washington. In 2014, they spent $5.15 million on a big house with a gate in Studio City, California.
Showbiz CheatSheet says that the host of Celebrity Beef also owns a large number of cars, including an Icon FJ43 and a Porsche 911.
Joel McHale’s work as a host and actor
McHale was born in 1971 in Rome, Italy, and he has a Bachelor’s degree in History. He also has a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Professional Actors Training Program, where he graduated in 1995. In the 1990s, he started his career as a member of an improv comedy group in downtown Seattle.
Joel has made a name for himself as a great actor and host over the last 20 years. His big break came with The Soup, but he had already worked on shows like Almost Live!, Bill Nye, The Science Guy, The Huntress, and Will & Grace. He also hosted the radio show Loveline on E! TV.
After “The Soup,” the actor was in a lot of movies, like “Ted” and “Deliver Us from Evil.” He got the lead role in The Great Indoors in 2016.
McHale also hosted the Independent Spirit Awards in 2011, the White House Correspondents Association annual dinner in 2014, the ESPY Awards in 2015, Live! with Kelly in 2016, and the 43rd People’s Choice Awards and the Webby Awards in 2017.
The host of “Celebrity Beef” first showed up in Spider-Man 2, and then he had small parts in “Lords of Dogtown” and “Mini’s First Time.”
McHale is currently the host of a podcast called The Darkest Timeline with his Community co-star Ken Jeong.
Celebrity beef: more about it
In the first episode of the show, Cheryl Hines and Rachael Harris will try to end their long-running fight. They have been close friends for a long time, but Harris’s problem with her best friend is that she can’t say “no.” The actress from Lucifer also said that her best friend’s actions can sometimes make her look like she has a lot of needs.
Ben Higgins and Nick Viall, Cynthia Bailey and Todd Bridges, Andy Grammer and Justin Baldoni, Sylvester and Loni Love, Dolores Catania and Caroline Manzo, Missi Pyle and Jeff Lewis, and twins Nikki and Brie Bella have also been on the show.