Adam Richman Net Worth
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Full Name||Adam Richman
|Date of Birth||May 16, 1974|
|Birth Place||United States of America|
Adam Richman Salary What is Adam Richman’s salary per episode of Man vs Food? $35,000 Adam Richman is an American actor and television personality, he has a net worth of $8 million. Adam Richman has earned his net worth as host of the Travel Channel’s eating challenge program Man v. Food and is currently hosting Man v. Food Nation. Richman was born in Brooklyn, New York, on May 16, 1974; he was raised in a Jewish family, and graduated from Midwood High School. At Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia he completed an undergraduate degree in International Studies. While he was attending Emory, Richman was a member of a Jewish fraternity, known as the Alpha Epsilon Pi. He then went on to earn a master’s degree from the Yale School of Drama. In addition to appearing in regional theater productions throughout the United States, he has also been a guest star on the Guiding Light, All My Children, and Law & Order: Trial by Jury. He has also appeared in several national television commercials, as well as playing the role of God the butcher in the 2004 film Joan of arcadia. He is a self-educated food expert and trained sushi chef and he has kept a travel journal since 1995, where he documents every restaurant he visits and as well as what he has learned from his trip. Richmond tries to stay in shape during his traveling for the Man v. Food show, by exercising twice a day, and staying well hydrated. Richman is a paid spokesman for the stomach medicine known as Zantac since, Season 3 of Man v. Food. His book the Edible: A Hungry History from Sea to Dining Sea was published by Rodale Publishing and released on November 9, 2010. Richman appeared as a judge for a battle on Food Network’s Iron Chef America on January 23, 2011. The theme of the battle was the ingredient Gruyere cheese. Richman has been an active member of the acting industry since 1995, and is the host of Travel Channel’s The Traveler’s Guide to Life, which debuted on January 26, 2011.