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Adam Sessler Net Worth

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Net Worth$300 Thousand
Full NameAdam Sessler
Date of BirthAug 29, 1973
Birth PlaceUnited States of America

Adam Donovan Sessler is co-host on the show X-Play on G4 (formerly TechTV) with Morgan Webb; he has a net worth of $300 thousand. Adam Sessler has built his net worth from being editor-in-chief of G4’s game content for the network. He was born in Berkeley, California, and has a bachelor’s degree in English literature from UCLA.Adam Donovan Sessler (born August 29, 1973) is co-host of X-Play on G4 (formerly TechTV) with Morgan Webb and, as of December 17, 2008, editor-in-chief of G4’s game content for the network. He is the only remaining television personality from the G4’s origin network ZDTV.
Sessler was born in Berkeley, California. He graduated from El Cerrito High School in 1991 and is a graduate of UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in English literature. He was previously a credit analyst for a multinational Fortune 500 financial institution in San Francisco, and an actor on the San Francisco Public-access television show Chip Weigh Magnet Down, which he also helped to make. Adam admits that he is grateful to no longer work for Fortune 500 companies, saying in The X-Play Insider’s Guide to Gaming that he was “very sad” about the job. Sessler currently lives in Los Angeles, California, having moved from the former TechTV headquarters, which was located in San Francisco, California. Sessler is married.
Some of Sessler’s known favorite game series are: the Halo series for its first-person shooter qualities; the Japanese version of Rez for its Trance Vibrator feature; the Banjo-Kazooie, Rayman, Ratchet and Clank, and Sly Cooper series for their unique platform qualities; Resident Evil 4; Call of Duty 4; and the Kingdom Hearts series, as stated on an episode of Attack of the Show!.[citation needed] He also stated during the broadcast of E3 2010 that Uncharted 2 was his favorite single player experience of all time.[citation needed]
His favorite cabinet video game is Ghosts ‘n Goblins, which he has stated on several occasions on older episodes of Extended Play and X-Play. “When I was 9 years old I used to scam quarters from my parents and sneak out to this local bowling alley that was so seedy Hubert Selby Jr. would get the creeps there. It smelled like personal abandonment. That’s what I think of when I play my favorite game”[cite this quote] he said.

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