Reese Waters is an American host, comedian, and commentator currently working at WUSA9 where he hosts Get Up DC show.
He accumulated his net worth of $58 Million at age 38 by working as a professional Comedian. Born October 22 in Maryland, he marks his birthday every year by holding celebrations to mark it.
Early Life and Education
Although Waters has spent many years working in entertainment, he has maintained a modest lifestyle. Through his work as host and commentator he earns a satisfying salary; furthermore he has invested in various personal ventures.
He attended Saint Albans High School before earning a B.A in Economics at Columbia University. Following graduation, he began performing comedy at New York City open mic nights before co-hosting The Daily Line on Versus Network where he interviewed sports icons such as Dwyane Wade and John McEnroe.
The comedian is currently single, preferring to keep his personal life private. He stands at about 6 feet 5 inches. Additionally, he enjoys studying ancient languages.
Waters was honored with being named one of New York Magazine’s “Ten Comedians To Watch,” and his career quickly blossomed as he performed open mic comedy across New York. Later he moved to San Francisco for further experimentation and managed to secure gigs on MTV, The Early Show, NPR and his own comedy podcast.
Waters has interviewed many celebrities and athletes, such as Mike Tyson. Additionally, he has hosted television programs such as America’s Morning Headquarters on The Weather Channel and Get Up DC! on ESPN.
He has also appeared in various films and television shows. Yet, despite his success, he remains humble, living an economically responsible lifestyle while spending time with family and friends as well as advocating for community causes.
Achievement and Honors
Reese Waters is an award-winning comedian, host, and commentator best known for his appearances on ESPN’s Around the Horn as well as his own program, The Water Cooler. Additionally he has appeared on both The Daily Show and The Colbert Report.
He graduated from Saint Albans High School and later earned a Bachelor’s degree from Columbia University, after which he relocated to San Francisco in order to explore different forms of comedy.
Waters is married to Ellen Bryan, also from WUSA broadcasting, and they share one year-old daughter together. Since September 27, 2020 they have been living together and Waters prefers keeping his personal life private; however, he often posts pictures of his daughter online as well as being an avid sports fan.
Reese Waters is an extremely family-oriented person, who enjoys spending his free time with his wife and daughter. His passion lies with sports; as such he’s become well known in Washington D.C. where he hosts “Get Up DC!” morning show broadcast on WUSA 9.
He began listening to cassette tapes of Martin Lawrence comedy while riding in the backseat of his parents’ car, then began performing with an improv troupe and campus sketch comedy show during college, eventually forging collaborations with Broadway star Brandon Victor Dixon and producer Justin Benjamin.
Reese Waters is an American comedian, TV personality and sportscaster best known for his humorous approach to sports coverage as well as interviewing famous figures like Mike Tyson. Additionally, Reese is an esteemed radio host who has hosted numerous events over his career.
Since his career began, Waters has amassed considerable wealth. His TV appearances and live performances have greatly contributed to this wealth creation process.
Waters has also made several business investments that have expanded his portfolio. He primarily makes money from his comedy career but he also serves as a television host and journalist.
Waters attended Saint Albans High School before enrolling at Columbia University, performing with both an improv troupe and campus sketch comedy show during college years. There he met Broadway star Brandon Victor Dixon and producer Justin Benjamin; these three have since remained close collaborators. After college graduation he married Ellen Bryan (an American beauty pageant titleholder and television personality from Celina, Ohio) whom he married. They have one child whose identity remains undisclosed.