|Full Name||Raymond Joseph Teller|
|Date of Birth||February 14, 1948|
|Birthplace||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Height||5' 9" (1.75 m)|
|Weight||187 lb (85 kg)|
|Net Worth Total||$175,000,000|
|Source of Money||Comedian|
|Last Updated||January 2023|
Best known for being a comedian, Teller was born in winter of 1948. His date of birth is February 14, 1948. He was born under Aquarius zodiac sign, and belongs to Baby Boomers Generation. According to Chinese calendar, his year of birth, 1948, is the Year of Rat.
He is from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Teller (birth name: Raymond Joseph Teller) is acknowledged as an American based illusionist/magician, actor, writer, comedian, director, and known as half of the comedy magic duo named Penn & Teller, with Penn Jillette. He and Penn appeared as comedian Rebo and Zooty in the 5th season of Babylon 5 in an episode titled Day of the Dead, which was written by novelist Neil Gaiman.
Life & Biography
Teller is an American magician, illusionist, actor, comedian, writer, director and half of the comedy magic duo Penn & Teller, along with Penn Jillette. Teller usually does not speak during performances. He is an atheist, debunker, skeptic, and a fellow of the Cato Institute (a free market libertarian think tank which also lists Jillette as a fellow), an organization which featured prominently in the duo’s Showtime television series Bullshit!. Teller legally changed his name from “Raymond Joseph Teller” to the mononym “Teller”, and possesses a United States passport issued in that name. Raymond Joseph Teller was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA on February 14, 1948. Teller is currently seventy four years old. He is most famous for being a comedian. He began performing magic tricks with his friend Weir Chrisemer, calling themselves The Ottmar Scheckt Society for the Preservation of Weird and Disgusting Music. He became a member of the free market libertarian think tank called the Cato Institute, which has been featured on Bullshit!
He is best recognized for being a companion of the Cato Institute, known as an organization that is presented importantly in the duo’s Showtime television series entitled Bullshit!.
Teller has not been previously engaged. His parents are Irene B. Derrickson and Joseph Teller. Raymond Joseph Teller attended Central High School in Philadelphia, PA. and Amherst College in Amherst, MA.
1. Teller is a Aquarius.
2. He has been alive for 27,359 days or 656,638 hours.
3. He was born in the Year of the Rat.
4. His next birthday is in .
5. Teller is 5 feet 9 inches tall.
6. He was born in Baby Boomers Generation (1948).
7. On Teller’s date of birth, the number one song in America was [Not available]. No song matches found..
8. Teller primary income source is from being a Comedian.
9. Teller’s birth flower is Violet.
10. Teller’s nickname: NFN Teller “NFN” is short for “No First Name.
11. His birthstone is Amethyst.
12. Teller’s life path number is 11.
13. His ruling planet is Uranus.
Height, Weight & Age
As of today (January 10th, 2023), Teller is exactly 74 years, 10 months, and 25 days old. His next birthday is in . He is 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m) tall, and his weight is 187 lb (85 kg).
Net Worth & Salary in 2023
So how much is Teller worth today? At the age of seventy four, the American comedian has a net worth of about $175,000,000. This roughly translates to €162,750,000 euros or £141,750,000 pounds. The net worth estimates vary because it’s difficult to forecast spending habits over the years. Teller’s wealth comes mostly from being a successful Comedian.
What is net worth?
Net worth is the amount of assets that exceed liabilities. Assets include cash, real estate, and anything else of value. It is the value of everything you own, minus what you own. Net worth is not yearly.
How to calculate Net Worth: Assets minus Debt equals Net Worth. Net worth is basically calculated by adding anything of value and then subtracting all of the liabilities. Net worth is not yearly and it not the same as net income. Net income is what you actually bring home after taxes and payroll deductions.