It’s been said the overall approximation of Tom Bergeron net worth today is as high as 12 million dollars. He’s brought in his net worth largely through his career on TV, where he’s been functioning as a TV show host. Tom Bergeron is likely generally understood to a lot of people as a host of the show called “Dancing with the Stars”. It’s been asserted that for every episode of the show Tom receives 150 thousand dollars, not to mention, such amount of money has raised the total sum of Tom Bergeron net worth.
Tom Bergeron Net Worth $12 Million Dollars
These shows proved to be successes not only in America, but also everywhere on earth, and consequently, they made Tom Bergeron a tremendous international star in addition to raised the total size of Tom Bergeron net worth.
Tom Bergeron functioned as a host of “Hollywood Squares” for six years. Also, at approximate the same time, Tom was hosting a popular show “America’s Most Funniest Videos”, which became a tremendous international success and consequently it also raised the overall amount of Tom Bergeron net worth. In 2010, Tom Bergeron became not only a show host, but also appeared on a few TV series, like “Tosh O” and “Castle”.
Besides all these shows, Tom Bergeron has also hosted some morning shows. On ABC network, Tom Bergeron functioned as a guest host of a popular morning show called “Good Morning America”.
In the 1980s, he became a popular DJ. Besides playing music on a radio station, Tom also interviewed individuals and played some comedy bits. Afterwards, Tom went to TV, where he became a TV show host. This profession of his is additionally thought to be the one which made him a tremendous star not only nationwide, but also globally.
May 6, 1955
Haverhill, Massachusetts, United States
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Presenter, Television producer, Actor
United States of America
Lois Bergeron (m. 1982)
Jessica Bergeron, Samantha Bergeron
Raymond Bergeron, Catherine Bergeron
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program, Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Reality Show Host, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program
The Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon, Hollywood Squares, Dancing with the Stars, America's Funniest Home Videos, Good Morning America, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, Fox After Breakfast, Breakfast Time (US)
People see me on TV and I'm this calm, level headed guy. Honestly, that's the furthest thing from who I am. For a long time I struggled with anger and stress. It was killing me, figuratively and literally. I needed to do something before losing my job, my family and my life. I started meditating and getting into yoga. I'm not into religion, but I think the feeling I get with meditation and yoga is similar to what a religious person experiences in prayer or at church. A peaceful, unexplainable zen.
[on the definition of ratings of reality television]: I'm not saying the genre's not strong, but there'll be a point where our numbers aren't what they used to be and we settle into a different plateau, and then it'll finally, ultimately, go away. As a genre, hey, we could've been having this conversation 30 years ago, talking about the invincibility of Westerns. Everything changes.
[on the departure of Samantha Harris, who was his co-hostess]: I'm going to miss Samantha. We had a nice rapport off-camera and on, I could see that her workload was picking up on The Insider (2004) and then she started doing Entertainment Tonight (1981) Weekend. As somebody who's been known to juggle a few jobs myself, I know that that can pull you in eight different directions.
[on both the new and classic clips of America's Funniest Home Videos (1989)]: The cutting-room floor has a lot of extras that could never air at that hour on commercial television. I told the producers and writers, 'Plot out what clips you want to run, but we're not going to have a script. Bob and I will just riff.' It was two friends hanging out and seeing where it went.
[Of his earlier job]: I was doing my typical ad-libbing, and his mother leaned over and told him, 'You should hire him.' She still thinks I owe her 10 percent of everything I make!
[When he responded if he was interested in hosting a late night talk show]: No, it's a war zone out there. At 54, I'm outside of the demographic. If I do anything else, I'd like to get back into radio or acting.
[on his comparison to Johnny Carson]: Johnny is the one. He's the gold standard for anyone who loves live TV and reactive comedy. Johnny never made his guests look bad. He'd save them, but he'd do it deftly and with humor.
They all know I love them. That's why I can go off on them and we'll go out for a drink after the show.
[When asked whom he favors on Dancing with the Stars (2005)]: I like every single one of them equally. Of course it's not true, but that's the Hollywood answer.
[Of Tom DeLay]: My God! I mean, come on. From what I understand - having not met him yet, we go in different political circles - he and his wife are fans of the show.