What is Jamie Lee's net worth? 'The Wedding Coach' host is a published author and 'wedding guru'
On 'The Wedding Coach', she will help couples see the bigger picture
Comedian Jamie Lee may not consider herself a "wedding guru" but she understands what it feels like to be an "overwhelmed" bride, which makes it easier for her to be there for overworked couples of 'The Wedding Coach'.
The Netflix-backed show will follow soon-to-be-married pairs and how they navigate their way through the challenges that weddings can or may throw at them. Jamie's function is to help them hold their nerves steady as they walk down the aisle to make promises of a new start.
It's not a surprise Jamie has been chosen to host a show that is aligned with the kind of experience she brings to the mix. Soon after she married husband Dan Black in 2016, Jamie released her first title - 'Weddiculous: An Unfiltered Guide to Being a Bride'. The book documents her wedding journey and contains essential tips to alleviate wedding day jitters.
Jamie has a long history of writing during which included writing gigs with the likes of Jerry Seinfeld, Jeff Cesario, and Chuck Martin, Celebsagewiki reported. In 2010, she was on NBC's 'Last Comic Standing' and later booked "college tours, a slot on 'Conan', a recurring guest place at Chelsea Handler's roundtable on 'Chelsea Lately'."
A year later, she was writing scripts for 'MTV's Ridiculousness', which she followed up with a nomination at the Montreal comedy festival. In 2018, Jamie starred in 'Crashing', a show she wrote for previously. Given the extensive work she has done over the years, it's not surprising that her net worth ranges between $1 Million - $5 Million. However, the report cannot be confirmed at this point.
Jamie's wedding was interesting. Since Dan is Jewish, they had to incorporate traditions from both sides and that was what made the experience fun. The couple had to sign a ketubah and hire a rabbi. Ahead of the series premiere, she spoke with E! News at length about how her own wedding helped her get into a position from where she could assist others on their big day.
"I don't even know if I consider myself to be a wedding guru. I guess that's kind of the whole point is that to be a 'guru' in the wedding space it really just means being reliable, being honest and having gone through a wedding yourself," she told the outlet and added: "I think that sort of added up to me feeling qualified enough to have some strong opinions on how to have a wedding, how to cope with the stress of a wedding and also, lots of opinions on sort of, the racket of the wedding industry itself."
'The Wedding Coach' is available for streaming on Netflix starting April 7.