Chris D’Elia Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Height, Net Worth, Fast Facts

Chris D’Elia Wiki, Biography

Hollywood Improv removed comedian Chris D’Elia’s show from January 11, without explanation. This comes just weeks after he was accused of predatory behavior again.

D’Elia, 42, has been in the spotlight before for the wrong reasons. In 2020, he was accused of taking advantage of and having sexual encounters with underage girls. He denied the accusations, claimed that all of his relationships had been “consensual and legal” and claimed to be in therapy for sex addiction.

Now, comedian Kyle Anderson has released an hour-long documentary on YouTube. The documentary, titled The Chris D’Elia Problem…, features Anderson’s interviews with four of D’Elia’s victims, including his former tour manager, Zack Doncovio. The allegations against the Whitney actor include wanting women to create a cult or harem and having their initials branded on their bodies.

Chris D’Elia was born into the entertainment industry

Chris D’Elia was born on March 29, 1980 in Montclair, New Jersey, the son of television producer and actor Bill D’Elia and interior decorator Ellie D’Elia. His younger brother, Matt D’Elia, is also in the industry as a filmmaker. He started doing stand-up comedy at the age of 25 in 2006 and considers himself an acting comedian.

He has appeared on several shows, including Alex Miller on Whitney, Danny Burton on Undatable, and Henderson on You. He is also a successful podcast host with several broadcasts to his credit. The net worth of him is estimated to be around $16 million.

D’Elia was married to actress Emily Montague from 2006 until the couple’s divorce in 2010. He is currently married to stop motion animator Kristin Taylor, and the couple share a baby. D’Elia often brings his wife and son onstage after big performances.

After he was accused of predatory behavior in 2020, a “Jane Doe” filed a federal lawsuit against him in the Central District of California in March 2021. The unnamed woman claimed the comedian had sex with her when she was 17. . However, the case was withdrawn less than a month later and dismissed without prejudice.

In the documentary, The Chris D’Elia Problem…, the women accuse the comedian of forcing them into so-called sex cults, and rather than deny the accusations, he appears to be leaning on them by selling merchandise marked “Join! to our worship!” during his tour, which still has more than two dozen dates available.

Kyle Anderson’s documentary has been available for the past two weeks and has already garnered nearly 500,000 views. Netizens have also reacted to the documentary and the allegations on social media.

It is rumored that the cancellation of Hollywood Improv happened due to scheduling conflicts, but no one has corroborated that information. There has been no comment on the allegations by Chris D’Elia or his representatives.

D’Elia is still scheduled to perform at Hollywood Improv’s sister location in Brea, California on January 13-14.