Desus Nice Net Worth 2020, Bio, Education, Career, and Achievement.
Desus Nice (real name – Daniel Baker) is a Jamaican-American comedian, Twitter personality, YouTube personality, and TV personality who is best known as a co-host of Viceland’s Desus & Mero alongside The Kid Mero.
He was born in The Bronx, New York, USA. Both of his parents were immigrants from Jamaica.
Along with his sister and the other two siblings, Daniel grew up in the Wakefield section of The Bronx.
Baker earned a degree in literature from the College of Mount Saint Vincent.
In 2013, Desus and The Kid Mero connected on Twitter. They launched the podcast that they recorded sitting on milk crates.
In December 2014, MTV announced that Baker and Martinez would be joining the cast of Guy Code (an American reality comedy television series that debuted on November 15, 2011) for season 5.
After building a relationship with MTV and MTV2, they appeared on other shows including ”Joking Off” and ”Uncommon Sense.”
Desus Nice did various odd jobs before working as a small business columnist at Black Enterprise. He worked for them till 2014 and later went on to pursue a career in television.
He was first seen on the reality television series Guy Code season 5 as a cast along with twelve other members. The show first aired in January 2015 on the MTV network.
Later, he appeared in several other shows of MTV and MTV2, such as Uncommon Sense and Joking Off.
In September 2015, along with his friend and co-host The Kid Mero, he released the first episode of the Bodega Boys podcast in which they talk about pop culture.
In 2016, their late-night talk show “Desus & Mero” was announced by the Viceland network.
The show was for half-hour and ran four days a week. The final episode of the show aired on June 28, 2018. Currently, Nice co-hosts Desus & Mero on the Showtime network.
Net Worth and Achievement 2020
Desus Nice has an estimated net worth of more than $6 million. He has made this huge wealth through his successful career as a television personality and comedian.
He has appeared in eight television shows and podcasts until now, including Desus vs. Mero, Guy Code, Joking Off, Bodega Boys, Uncommon Sense, Neo Yokio, and others.