Vicki Barbolak is a comic performer, speaker, and the founder of Wedding Chapel to Go in the United States. She was also among the top ten finalists on the 13th season of America’s Got Talent (2018).
Vicki Barbolak’s Age, Wiki, Ethnicity, and Nationality
Vicki Barbolak was born in the United States on November 7, 1957. The 66-year-old American comedian hails from mixed race and was born under the Scorpion birth sign.
Vicki Barbolak’s Father and Family
Her father’s name is Peter who was a former Pittsburgh Steelerapart. Apart from this information, not much has been disclosed to the media about her family background, childhood, siblings as well as her education.
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Vicki Barbolak’s Husband, Wedding, and Daughter
That being said she was formerly married to her ex-husband with whom he shares two beautiful daughters. However, the couple separated and she raised her two daughters; Lily and Emily in the San Diego suburbs as a single mother. Vicki is currently married to her husband Lou Brockman.
Vicki Barbolak’s Net Worth
Vicki is a successful businesswoman who has an established career as a comedian as well as an actress. All these ventures earn her a decent income and she has been able to earn riches over the years. Her net worth is believed to be around $15 million.
Vicki was discovered by Mitzi Shore, owner of the Hollywood Comedy Store, at a Sunday night showcase when she was visiting the La Jolla Comedy Store. She is recognized as one of the best comedians in the United States.
Vicki became an overnight sensation owing to her newfound fame on AGT, after two decades of hard work in comedy. Vicki started her comedy career at the age of forty, having previously worked at the family’s carpet store with her father, Peter, a former Pittsburgh Steeler. Vicki then persuaded her parents to sell their carpet store and retire.
Vicki entered the daunting world of stand-up comedy with enthusiasm and passion.
She honed her skills by appearing on E! Television’s “The Next Breakout Star from the Comedy Store.” and went on to become a member of Jay Leno’s NBC Laugh Squad after winning California’s Funniest Female.
Vicki won Nick@Nite’s Funniest Mom in America, a reality show competition. She then used her winnings to fund one of her favorite pastimes: getting married. Vicki opened her own mobile wedding service, “Wedding Chapel to Go,” after arranging many of her own weddings as well as the weddings of most of her associates. She also became an ordained minister.
Vicki began her nationwide Trailer Nasty Tour in 2018 after her remarkable success on AGT. Her Trailerpalooza Tour began in 2019. Vicki Barbolak’s Trailer Park Tuesdays, a residency at the Jimmy Kimmel Club in Las Vegas, was recently revealed.
In addition, Vicki began hosting a weekly web show named Big Girls Don’t Cry in 2020 where she provides tips and shares her crazy life. The show emphasizes making the most of being a curvy woman by highlighting the beauty in all of us. With her co-host, the funny Amber Rose, and comedian Mike Vinn as their on-set producer, she provides real-life hacks and practical advice.
Furthermore, she is also an actress who has starred in films such as “Call Me Crazy,” “Accidentally on Purpose,” and “Pickin’ & Grinnin.”