Joe Rogan

Joe Rogan, born August 11, 1967, has had us all in awe with his amazing talent and go-getter attitude. With skills in comedy, martial arts, and acting, to name a few, he has been bagging these opportunities and if people don’t look out, they might just be left with no piece of the cake. He has hosted countless shows, including “Fear Factor” which he is well known for. He has unmatched skills in Taekwondo and has starred in shows like “NewsRadio.” Rogan has freely expressed his political and social views and is the co-founder of Onnit. Today we acknowledge his dedication and great work by celebrating his special day.

Fast Facts

Full Name:

Joseph James Rogan


Joe Rogan

Birth date:

August 11, 1967



Zodiac Sign:



5' 7.7"

Relationship Status:


Net Worth:

$120 million

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Joseph James Rogan, famously known as Joe Rogan, was born in Newark, New Jersey, to his mother whose name remains unmentioned, and his father, Joseph. His father is a former police officer and his parents got divorced when he was five. He attended Newton South High School, from which he graduated, and later attended the University of Massachusetts Boston only to drop out midway through his studies.

Rogan’s first stand-up routine was in 1988, at a Stitches comedy club during an open mic night. Rogan has always known what he wanted and to secure himself financially, he took on several other jobs apart from stand-up comedy. These jobs included teaching martial arts since he has always had a passion for the sport, doing construction work, and delivering newspapers, to name a few. In 1994 he made his first national T.V. appearance in “Half-Hour Comedy Hour,” before later securing his first major acting role in “Hardball,” a 1994 Fox sitcom, where he played Frank Valente. Rogan worked for Ultimate Fighting Championship (U.F.C.) as a backstage and post-fight interviewer before eventually being offered the position of color commentator. He’s been involved with various movie films and comedy shows and won numerous awards, including the M.M.A. Award for Personality of the Year. Not to mention, he is the co-founder of Onnit, a company dealing with supplements and fitness, and he also has his own podcasts.

He did various martial arts, including karate at 14 years and later also taekwondo, for which he won the U.S. Open Championship taekwondo tournament as a lightweight. Rogan tied the knot with Jessica Ditzel in 2009. They have two biological children and one who is Rogan’s stepchild. The family also moved into a $14 million home in 2020.

Career timeline

He Records His First Stand-up Comedy Album

Rogan records a comedy album titled "I'm Gonna Be Dead Someday."

He Becomes The Host For "Fear Factor"

He accepts an offer to host this N.B.C. American edition of "Fear Factor," a game show.

Rogan Features On "Zookeeper"

He gets a role in the movie "Zookeeper" as Gale, which becomes his first major film character.

He Announces His Licensing Deal With Spotify

Rogan signs a multi-year deal worth approximately $100 million with Spotify.

Why We Love Joe Rogan

  1. He's a man with focus

    Rogan has always made sure to make the most out of his gifts, capitalizing on every talent and interest he has without compromise. He believes in himself and this is an inspiration to many young people out there that you can be anything you want as long as you are prepared to put in the hard work.

  2. Rogan is outspoken

    Rogan hosts podcasts and has always spoken the truth that he knows and feels deeply regardless of the people who may oppose and think negatively of him. Although there were complaints about some of his podcasts being racist, he didn't take offense and stop releasing, rather he fixed what he had to and spoke differently in a more comforting and accommodating way to his niche.

  3. His physique is out of this world

    He is in fighting form. Rogan has had a tremendous amount of training in the martial arts which has played a big role in shaping his body, apart from his own personal training. His body is definitely an inspiration for up-and-coming bodybuilders.

5 Surprising Facts

  1. He suffers from vitiligo

    Vitiligo is a skin condition that causes pigmentation loss and Rogan suffers from a mild form of it which has already affected his hands and feet.

  2. He's related to Gerard Way

    Surprisingly, Rogan is second cousins with American singer and songwriter, Gerard Way, and the two never knew that.

  3. He holds two black belts

    This fighter knows karate, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and kickboxing, and has mastered taekwondo, winning the U.S. Taekwondo Championship and holding two black belts.

  4. He almost fought Wesley Snipes

    Snipes' request to fight Jean Claude Van Damme was denied and he was paired to fight Rogan but the fight got canceled due to unfortunate circumstances.

  5. He performed without pay for 13 years

    He performed comedy routines at a club owned by Mitzy Shore for a good 13 years without pay.

Joe Rogan FAQs

Was he really involved with Disney?

Yes, to many who don’t know, Disney Network offered Rogan a development deal, which he accepted.

What is Rogan's favorite book?

He did mention “Food of the Gods” as being one of his favorite books.

Does he drink alcohol?

Yes, he does but responsibly.

Joe Rogan’s birthday dates

2024August 11Sunday
2025August 11Monday
2026August 11Tuesday
2027August 11Wednesday
2028August 11Friday

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