Tom Bergeron Net Worth

Tom Bergeron Net Worth : $16 Million


An American Game Show Host and Famous Television Personality

Tom Bergeron Annual Income

$150 thousand per episode



Source of Wealth

Television Shows

Years of Experience

37 years (approximately)

Date of Birth

May 6, 1955

Marital Status




Tom Bergeron’s Income & Total Net Worth

The famous and current host of “America’s Funniest Home Videos” and “Dancing with the Stars”, Tom Bergeron has a net worth of $16 million. Tom as earned his net worth by hosting several game and entertainment shows. He makes an annual salary of $150 thousand per episode. People with Money magazine ranked him 1st on the 2013 list of “Top 10 Highest-Paid Television Hosts”. According to this magazine, Tom pulled $96 million between September 2012 and September 2013.

Properties: Private Fortune

In 2005, Bergeron and his wife, Lois Bergeron, purchased a French-style chateau in Calabasas, California for $1.99 million ($5,000 less than the actual listing price). This 1998 built house is spread in the area of 4,061-square feet. The stunning home features five large bedrooms and bathrooms, a swimming pool and soothing green surroundings.

The couple also owns an accommodation between the lush green surroundings in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.





Tom launched his first book, named “I’m Hosting as Fast as I Can: Zen and the Art of Staying Sane in Hollywood”, in the year 2009. In this book,  he wrote about his career and life experiences.

Tom Bergeron’s Career

Tom started his career as a DJ in WHAV radio and gained much popularity. He, then, moved to television. His first game show on television as a host was, “Granite State Challenge”. After that, Tom never looked back and became a familiar face in every household, and today, he is widely known as the host of “America’s Funniest Home Videos”, and “Dancing with the Stars”. Good Morning America, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and Hollywood Squares are also some of the famous shows he hosted. He also co-hosted Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Association Telethon in 2005.


Though, Tom got nominations for five Emmy awards but received first 2 in the year 2000. He is the winner of both a Primetime Emmy Award and Daytime Emmy Award. He also received Art Gilmore Career Achievement Award.