The comedy. Over the years, mankind has come to recognize the byproduct of this art as priceless. Make no mistake about it, making people laugh is an art and not an easy one. Being able to connect with a group of strangers or acquaintances is challenging, rewarding and lucrative if channeled rightly. Moshe Kasher is an American comedian, one of those gifted enough to make a living from it. We now turn to his biography with a selection of areas of his life.

Moshe Kosher Biography, age

Born on July 6, 1979, in Queens, New York, Kasher, then one year old, had to move to Oakland, California with his mother and brother. His full name at birth was Mark Moshe Kasher. Growing up was difficult because Kasher and his family had to live on food stamps and disability assistance.

He was a son of deaf parents who met at the World Deaf Games in 1967. Kasher had a difficult childhood, in his autobiography. Kasher in the Rye: the true story of a white boy from Oakland who became a drug addict, criminal, mentally ill, and later turned 16, he talks about the challenges faced with admissions to mental institutions from the age of 4, problems with his academics and battles with drugs from age 12 to 16. Kasher’s parents separated when he was 9, and at 17 he became a sign language interpreter.

After earning his GE at age 16, he attended community college in the Bay Area where he studied acting. He then transferred to the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he earned a degree in religious studies and a master’s degree in Jewish science.

Kasher was raised Jewish, his brother is a rabbi and before getting into acting he had considered teaching Jewish history as a college professor.

In 2001 he joined an old friend, Chelsea Peretti, and after a while Peretti brought Kasher to his first performance, an open mic at the Luggage Store Gallery in San Francisco.

In the early 2000s, Kasher performed in the Bay Zone primarily. He performed regularly at Cobb’s and Punch Line comedy clubs. He moved to Los Angeles in 2008. A year later, Kasher was named “Best of Fest” at the Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival that year.

He then followed that up with an appearance on Comedy Central and an invite to the Just For Laughs comedy festival. A comedy album was released by Kasher in April 2009 and performed well, making it into the top 20 comedy albums on iTunes. His stand-up career has gone from strength to strength ever since.

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In addition to stand-up comedy, Kasher is a published writer with works like his autobiography and long monologue “Look Before You Leap” written in middle school, both already in print. Kasher also incorporated new spheres into his career and also ventured into acting.

He had roles in independent films like West Hollywood’s Wish Makers filmed in 2010 and Sorry, Thank You (2009). He also appeared on episodes of TV shows like ShamelessTraffic Light, and Whitney. Kasher has also taken advantage of the digital age with various podcasts of which he is a part.

Net value

Comedy is a profitable way to make a living if played right and so it’s proven for Mosher Kasher. Kasher’s net worth is estimated to be around $15 million. His career continued to progress.


Natasha Leggero is an American comedian, writer, and actress currently married to Moshe Kasher. She was born on March 26, 1974 in Rockford, Illinois. She is of Italian and Swedish ancestry, with a pinch of 6% sub-Saharan African ancestry (as revealed by a DNA test). Her rise to fame stemmed from her role as host of MTV’s The 70s House in 2005, as well as her tenure as a panelist on Chelsea Lately, Chelsea Handler’s late-night talk show.

Prior to his time with Moshe Kasher, Leggero had dated comedian Duncan Trussell between 2011 and 2012. The pair had co-hosted the podcast, The Lavender Hour. Kasher and Leggero tied the knot in 2015 and in an October 2017 interview with Stephen Colbert, she revealed that she and Kasher were expecting a baby. On February 24, 2018, Leggero via Instagram announced the birth of their first child, a baby girl.

the size

Moshe is not the greatest of men. Kosher stands at a small height of 5 feet 1 inch. Details of his other body stats are not available at this time.

Is he gay?

He’s not gay. You could be forgiven if you thought that way when l