-• Jazzy Distefano is a fitness trainer and Zumba instructor, wife of stand-up comedian Chris Distefano.
-• Her net worth is estimated at close to $1 million and is likely supplemented by her husband's net worth of over $3 million.
-• She was born in Brooklyn, New York to parents from Puerto Rico and is of Hispanic ethnicity.
-• She has a son, Tristan, with an unknown father and two daughters with Chris Distefano.
-• Chris Distefano is of German, Irish, and Italian descent and is a successful stand-up comedian, TV personality, and podcaster.
- 1 Who is Jazzy Distefano?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Jazzy Distefano Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
- 4 Professional Career
- 5 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 6 Personal Life
- 7 Who is her husband? Chris Distefano Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Jazzy Distefano?
Jasmine ‘Jazzy’ Distefano (nee Canuelas), was born on 17 April 1984 under the zodiac sign of Aries, in Brooklyn, New York City USA. She is a 37-year-old fitness trainer and Zumba instructor, but perhaps best recognized for being the wife of stand-up comedian Chris Distefano.
How rich is she, as of now? Jazzy Distefano Net Worth
As of late 2021, Jazzy Distefano’s net worth is estimated at close to $1 million, acquired through her successful involvement in the fitness industry. Moreover, it is assumed that she also enjoys the wealth of her famous husband, Chris Distefano, whose fortune is reputedly over $3 million.
Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
Jazzy Distefano spent her early years in Brooklyn, where she was raised with her sister Jessica by their father Edwin and mother Liz Canuelas, who hail from Puerto Rico; however, their professions aren’t disclosed. Her parents. She also has a brother but his name is unknown. She holds American nationality, belongs to Hispanic ethnic group, and is a Christian. She hasn’t shared any details regarding her educational background.
When it comes to her professional career, Jazzy Distefano works as a fitness trainer and Zumba instructor, in particular helps women to get back in shape after childbirth and overcome postpartum depression.
She is also certified in group fitness, spin, and other fitness programs. She even created her own postpartum fitness program Jazzy Method that combines bodyweight training with music. She also launched her official YouTube channel called ‘Jazzy Method’, on which she started posting fitness videos. Besides that, she creates live classes for those who pay through the Patreon service, on which she offers three different levels of membership.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Jazzy Distefano has long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 4ins (1.63m), while her weight is around 1271lbs (57kgs), and vital statistics 34-27-34. Information about his bra, dress and shoe size isn’t available.
Prior to becoming Chris Distefano’s wife, Jazzy Distefano gave birth to a son named Tristan, the father of whom is unknown. In 2014, she became romantically involved with Chris, and they tied the knot in the following year. The couple welcomed two daughters – Delilah born in May 2015, while their younger daughter named Violette Luna was born in June 2021.
Who is her husband? Chris Distefano Short Wiki/Bio
Christopher Paul Anthony ‘Chris’ Distefano was born on 26 August 1984 under the zodiac sign of Virgo, in Brooklyn, and was raised in Ridgewood, Queens by his father, Tony Distefano, and his mother whose name is unknown; his father passed away when he was young.
He is of German, Irish and Italian descent, holds American nationality, and belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group.. He went to Archbishop Molloy High School in Queens, after which he furthered his education at St. Joseph’s College, where he studied Psychology and graduated in 2006. He then enrolled into the New York Institute of Technology, from which he obtained a doctorate in Physical Therapy, after which he spent some time practicing pediatric physical therapy, before he decided to pursue a career as a full-time stand-up comedian.
Chris Distefano started performing stand-up comedy in August 2009.
He then served as a host for the “Fencing Masters” on the SNY channel as well as the 2011 and 2012 March Madness Comedy Competition, held at the comedy club Carolines on Broadway. He headlined Carolines Breakout Artist Series, and became a finalist of the NY Comedy Festival in 2011. He also performed at many other places, such as Broadway Comedy Club, the Laugh Lounge, and Gotham Comedy Club, to name a few.
In 2012, he joined the cast of the second season of the MTV reality comedy series “Guy Code”, after which he also made appearances in its spin-off series “Girl Code” in 2013. During the same year, he also featured in other MTV shows, including “The Challenge”, “Guy Court” and “Charlemagne & Friends”, among others.
He then wrote the short comedy film “Staten Island Truffle Hunter”, in which he portrayed Tommy Jordano, also in 2013.
Rise to Prominence
Chris Distefano released his debut half-hour special as a part of Comedy Central’s “The Half Hour” in 2014. The following year, he was chosen to headline his first national US tour with Monster Energy Outbreak Presents. Also in 2015, he landed the main role of Anthony in the short-lived IFC sitcom “Benders”, co-created by Jim Serpico; however, the series was canceled after a single season.
From 2015 to 2016, he served as a panelist for the late-night panel talk show “The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore” broadcast on Comedy Central, then his next major project came in 2017 when he was chosen to host the second season of the Netflix sports entertainment reality series “Ultimate Beastmaster”. At the time, he also had parts in seven TV pilots which weren’t picked up, including a series based on his life entitled “Distefano”, and produced by CBS.
Chris Distefano regularly performs stand-up, including on tours. In 2019, he premiered his debut stand-up comedy special under the title “Chris Distefano: Size 38 Waist” on Comedy Central. It was a part of a deal with the network that included his own show “Stupid Questions With Chris Distefano”, which lasted from 2018 to 2019, and his weekly podcast “Stand-Up With Chris Distefano”, which was launched in 2019.
While working on it, he also performed in the TV show “This Week At The Comedy Cellar” (2018-2019), and started working on the weekly history podcast “History Hyenas” with Yannis Pappas in 2018. It was followed by his portrayal of a Staten Island meathead in the 2019 romantic comedy film “Ode To Joy”, directed by Jason Winer.
Most recently, he started co-hosting the talk-show “Hey Babe!” (2020-2021) together with Sal Vulcano, and began hosting the truTV reality build show “Backyards Bar Wars” (2021).