Although he occasionally flirts with acting, music, and stand-up comedy, Chris Hardwick’s professional career has primarily consisted of performances. He first discovered his niche in 1994 when he hosted the short-lived MTV game show Trashed. However, it was when Hardwick, along with Jenny McCarthy, and later Carmen Electra, co-hosted the singles out dating show with Jenny McCarthy that Hardwick really made a name for himself. He then went on to host shows such as Shipmates, Web Soup, the popular Nerdist podcast, and roundtable discussion shows that followed The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad and more.
In terms of game shows, Hardwicke finally returned to the format for the first time since “Trashed” when he started hosting “@midnight” in 2013. It featured comedians and other celebrities trying to answer questions in the daytime news and gossip headlines. with intentionally stupid answers. Since 2016, he has also hosted the luck-based game show The Wall on NBC. Including his performances, acting, stand-up comedy and helping build the entire Nerdist multimedia brand, Hardwick is currently worth an estimated $25 million (per person). Celebrity Net Worth).