What happened to Georgia Kreischer? Her Age, Career, Wiki, Bio

April 18, 2024
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Georgia Kreischer is a 19-year-old American media and television personality best known as the older daughter of stand-up comedian Bert Kreischer and his wife, podcast host LeeAnn Kreischer, nee Kemp.

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Early life

Georgia Mae Kreischer was born on 8 June 2004 in Los Angeles, California, USA, about six months after her parents married; her father calls her “George” and “GMK.” She has a younger sister, Ila Grace Kreischer, who was born on 19 July 2006 in the US. Her mother said that Georgia was ‘verbal from the day she entered the world,’ unlike her sister, who had a sensory processing disorder and was quiet and anxious. Georgia took dancing classes from around the age of four.


Georgia’s father is Albert Charles “Bert” Kreischer Jr., a stand-up comedian, actor, podcast host, and reality TV show host born on 3 November 1972 in St. Petersburg, Florida US. He unintentionally gained renown in 1997 while attending Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida – Rolling Stone magazine published a picture of him and called him ‘the top partyer at the Number One Party School in the nation.’

Bert used that as an opportunity to perform stand-up comedy across the country for several years before releasing his debut comedy special, “Bert Kreischer: Comfortably Dumb” in 2009. He later released more comedy specials that helped him earn international recognition, notably “Bert Kreischer: The Machine” in 2016, “Bert Kreischer: Secret Time” in 2018, and “Bert Kreischer: Razzle Dazzle” in 2023.


Bert hosts and produces a few podcasts through his company, Berty Boy Productions. He launched his main one, “Bertcast,” in 2012, and in 2019 he added “2 Bears, 1 Cave” to the fold, which he co-hosts with fellow stand-up comedian Tom Segura. While touring and in his free time, Bert hosts “Open Tabs,” a podcast based on the things that he searched on the Internet, and “Something’s Burning,” a cooking podcast. In 2023, Bert produced a movie about a fictionalized version of himself, “The Machine,” in which Mark Hamill played his father.

Georgia didn’t understand her father’s career as a child. In the YouTube video, “Georgia and Ila on Their Dad’s Success,” she said that after learning about his profession, neither she nor her sister found him as hilarious as his audience did, because they knew him too well.


Georgia’s mother, LeeAnn, was born on 19 August 1971 in Bowdon, Georgia, US. She earned her journalism degree at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, but moved to Los Angeles afterwards to pursue a career in screenwriting, acting, and producing. LeeAnn started dating Bert in 1998 after they met through mutual friends. They tied the knot in December 2003 in a small church in Bowdon.


LeeAnn has hosted the “Wife of the Party Podcast” since February 2018 and has released over 300 episodes in about six years. Georgia stated that she’s thankful that her parents were present in their lives to raise her and Ila; Bert spent all his free time at home while LeeAnn abandoned her potential Hollywood career to be a stay-at-home mother. In the 529th episode of “Bertcast,” Bert said that he barely did anything to raise Georgia, but that he tried to be an entertaining influence on her, took her to father-daughter dances, and taught her to ride a bike and swim.

Uncles, grandparents

Georgia’s maternal uncles are Keith, Wade, and Chris. Her maternal grandfather is Jimmy “Papa J” Kemp. Georgia’s paternal grandfather, Albert “Al” Kreischer Sr., worked as a real estate attorney, while her maternal grandmother, Gege, was involved with a profession related to early childhood development. Georgia shared that her paternal grandmother, whom she calls “Nana,” was very tech-savvy and followed trends despite being in her 70s.

Early education

Georgia attended Louisville High School in Woodland Hills, California, an all-girls Catholic school, and matriculated in June 2022. She played softball and was the team’s top hitter, but quit around the start of the COVID-19 pandemic because she sought a part-time job. In the 128th episode of “Wife of the Party Podcast,” Georgia said that kids in elementary school talked about their father,, but their parents did not, while it was the opposite when she was in high school. In the 205th episode, Georgia said that her religion teacher told them that ‘God would never forgive them if they have an abortion and that they would die if they had sexual intercourse before marriage.’


Georgia wanted to be away from her family after high school, so in August 2022 announced that she enrolled at the University of Oregon in Eugene, US. In episode 235, Georgia stated that her only regret was leaving her friends behind, but that she was excited about partying with people she had yet to meet – her biggest fear was picking the wrong people to spend time with.

Her sister was happy that Georgia was leaving because they clashed often. Besides having different habits and personalities, Ila was ungrateful and set in her ways. For instance, whenever their parents ordered them to do something, Ila assumed that Georgia would complete the tasks and didn’t acknowledge the instructions. Ila defended that habit by saying that she rarely steps outside her comfort zone or does things she doesn’t feel like doing. Georgia was also upset that she did her sister a favor by driving her to the orthodontist’s office for an appointment, and then to get braces; however, Ila refused to pay a $10 parking ticket twice, which is all that Georgia asked for in return.


Georgia hasn’t pursued a specific career, and has even deactivated her social media profiles. However, she’s been mentioned in the media in association with her parents. Additionally, with Georgia’s permission, Bert has sometimes told stories about her school life or shared her opinions in his stand-up comedy material. Georgia was a guest in a few episodes of “Bertcast,” although always alongside one or a few other guests.

However, she gained the most renown by guest starring in a few episodes of her mom’s podcast, initially by stepping in when a guest canceled. However, LeeAnn later admitted to inviting her daughters as guests to show the world how different they were. Moreover, she wanted them to speak their mind because she was proud of them. Ila and Georgia were open about lacking the desire to share their lives, but did so for their mom’s sake.

Georgia and her sister appeared in an episode of “The Cabin with Bert Kreischer” television series in 2020. They also competed alongside their parents in the “Celebrity Family Feud” TV game show in 2023.

Personal assistant

During the summer of 2022, Bert hired Georgia as his assistant for about a week during a fully loaded comedy tour. In the 229th episode of “Wife of the Party Podcast,” Georgia said she generally disliked the experience, primarily because she realized how much work was needed. Moreover, her dad, who was always domineering, only grew more intense at work.


However, Georgia enjoyed her time with her best friend Daisy, who was also hired, had enough time to watch baseball during her breaks, and valued every woman who her father worked with or for. She was displeased that Daisy was sometimes two hours late to work, and shocked by the number of steps that her health and wellness mobile application detected at the end of every workday.

Georgia also admitted that she disliked that she received creepy comments and a few marriage proposals when her dad posted about her online. Additionally, a weird guy asked her personal questions about Bert at work, which she described as disgusting. Luckily, she only talked to him once or twice, and never saw him again. Despite her negative experience, Georgia joined her father during his summer tour in 2023, although he didn’t specify whether she worked as his assistant again.


Georgia hasn’t dated anyone publicly.

Interesting facts, favorite things

  • Georgia thinks that her dad is a terrible driving instructorbecause he’s verbally aggressive, loud, and late with his instructions. Bert feels that he knows what to do but not how to explain it.
  • Georgia’s room at home is cluttered, which annoys her mom.
  • She has considered becoming a part-time park rangerbecause she’s heard that they have more authority than police officers in some states.

  • Ila thinks that Georgia is Bert’s favorite daughter, and he frequently jokes about it.
  • Georgia enjoys listening to Bruno Mars and is grateful that she attended one of his concerts before lockdown related to COVID-19 started.
  • chicken sandwichis one of her go-to meals. Georgia always feels heavy after eating the pizza that her dad buys for the family. However, she never tells him to stop bringing it home because he always seems joyful.
  • Her favorite television series in 2020 was “Atypical.”She also liked “Adventure Time,” “Criminal Minds,” and “Umbrella Academy” at the time.
  • She doesn’t have a favorite movie but liked “Pirates of the Caribbean,” “Miracle,” “Princess Bride,” and “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape.”
  • Georgia’s favorite Disney moviesare “Peter Pan” and “Cinderella.”
  • She named the family’s first pet, cat Gus Gus, after the Gus Gus mouse in “Cinderella.” He died in August 2023.
  • Her family has five or six pets, including dogs Izzy, Priscilla, and Mac, and cats Shirley and Franky.
  • Georgia had stomach flu when the family watched the “It” horror movie. At one point, she thought that she resembled one of the characters on the verge of death.
  • Her mom took a picture of her and Ila on a Southwest Airlines flightin 2021 and noticed that a guy two rows behind angled his head to hide. When they checked the picture at home, the guy was actor Jared Leto.
  • She took surfing lessonsin Hawaii in 2023. She loved the experience because it was one of the rare times that she spent alone with her father.
  • Georgia would like to move to Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • Her mother said that she and Ila have ‘catastrophe-level paranoia.’ They can think of situations that rarely happen, such as a bridge snapping in half while they are crossing.
  • Martin Luther King Jr., a Christian minister and social activist, fascinates her. She particularly likes how impactful his four-minute speeches are, especially after she learned that he purposefully spoke last at every rally.
  • Georgia enjoys horseback riding.
  • She doesn’t understand why eyeliner became a staplein makeup. Like her sister and mom, she dislikes applying makeup.
  • She enjoys the Fourth of Julynational holiday because she sees her old friends and admires the decorations that people come up with for their vehicles and houses.

Physical characteristics

Georgia has light brown hair, sometimes dyed red, and blue eyes. She is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall and weighs about 123.5lbs (56kgs). Georgia has a tattoo on her shoulder, however, she hid it from her father and grandfather; Bert found out when her sister slipped up and hinted at it.

Martha Clifford

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