The next show from E! Welcome home Nikki Glaser? will feature Nikki Glaser, stand-up comedian, television host, actress, writer, producer and podcast/radio host. With a net worth of $2 million, Nikki will split her time in her hometown of St. Louis on her upcoming show, which premieres May 1.
Glaser, who moved to his hometown during the pandemic, has no plans to fly to work. The celeb documented her time in St. Louis, which will be featured on Welcome home Nikki Glaser? In the midst of this, she also joined Explore St. Louis to encourage the local travel and tourism economy of her hometown. Viewers will find her talking about the City Museum, the Magic House and the Saint Louis Zoo.
The show’s official press release reads:
Uprooted from her hectic Hollywood lifestyle, Nikki returns to St. Louis where she embarks on a hilarious and often uncomfortable journey of self-discovery. Amid her chaotic move, Nikki leans heavily on her parents Julie and EJ Glaser, her childhood best friend Kerstin Robertson, her platonic roommate Andrew Collin and even her ex-boyfriend Chris Convy.As a big fish in a small pond, Nikki also experiences a comedy of errors as she struggles to find love.
He further adds:
“Despite returning home, her focus is still strong as she continues to hustle harder than ever to ensure her star remains on the rise. She is testing the waters as a musician and often locks her family in her professional sphere, sometimes to their joy or embarrassment.Though her career is at its peak, Nikki remains anchored by her friends and family who still see her as Nikki from St. Louis.
Nikki Glaser was 18 when she started writing jokes and performing stand-up comedy
Nikki Glaser was born on June 1, 1984 in Cincinnati, Ohio as Nicole Rene Glaser. She grew up in St. Louis, Missouri with her family. After graduating from Kirkwood High School, she enrolled at the University of Colorado at Boulder. She then moved to the University of Kansas to pursue a degree in English Literature.
At the age of 18, Nikki began exploring her career in stand-up comedy. In 2016, the comedian released the Comedy Central special Perfect and the Netflix special bangin in 2019. She has also acted in TV shows such as Last Comic Standing, Conan, The Half Hour, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Late Night with Seth Meyers.
In 2011, she hosted the podcast You had to be there with fellow comedian Sara Schaefer, which aired until 2014. She also hosted the Comedy Central series Not safe with Nikki Glaser in 2016.
In 2013, Glaser and Schaefer co-hosted MTV’s Nikki and Sara livewhich aired 24 episodes over two seasons.
Glaser, 37, has also appeared in docuseries like, i’m funny (2010), I am Road Comic (2014), funny pains (2017), and Hysterical (2021).
In 2020, she won $125,000 for the charity Rescue the Birds by winning Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.
Viewers can watch Welcome to Nikki Glaser? at 10 p.m. ET/PT on May 1, 2022.