Howie Mandel is a Canadian actor, comedian and TV personality, who has led quite a peaceful personal life, married to Terry Mandel since 1980 and celebrating 40 years of marriage this year. They have three children – Jackie Mandel is their oldest child and unlike her father, has chosen a very different career and has not been involved in show business.
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Wiki age, youth and education
Jackelyn Mandel was born on December 14, 1984 in Calabasas, California, USA, and has a brother Alex, born in 1989 and sister Riley, born in 1992.
Jackie attended a local high school where she met her future husband, but we’ll talk about that later. After graduating, Jackie enrolled at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in American Studies. Her education did not stop there, as she then enrolled at the University of California, Los Angeles, where she received her Master’s degree in Education.
Teacher Jackie Mandel
Jackie chose a less popular career than her father; she is an elementary school teacher of primarily first and second grade children, in schools in the Los Angeles area, and also works with preschoolers.
In addition, Jackie is also popular on YouTube; she started her channel in 2015 and has been posting videos showing her daily life ever since. Entitled, Living with Jackie, she has captured the attention of approximately 50,000 subscribers and her videos have been viewed more than 12 million times. Her most popular videos feature her children, such as “dancing in labor” and “Earthquake in kindergarten”, among many others.
Jackie met her future husband when she was in high school, but it was years later that they rekindled their friendship and started a romance.
Her husband is DJ Lex Larson, real name Alex Shultz; the couple married on July 22, 2013, in a ceremony at the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles, followed by a honeymoon to Greece. The couple have since welcomed two children, Abbey and Axel.
Jackie Mandel’s father, Howie Mandel
Born Howard Michael Mandel on November 29, 1955 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, of Polish Jewish descent, he also has roots in Romania – his distant cousin is Itzhak Perlman, a famous Israeli violinist.
He attended William Lyon Mackenzie Collegiate but was expelled from school for posing as a school official to hire a construction company to build an extension to the school. After this, he focused on his career as a comedian.
Before becoming a famous comedian and TV personality, Howie ridiculed himself at the national comedy club Yuk Yuk in Toronto. He became the club’s regular customer because the fans loved him; during his routine, he would put a latex glove over his head and blow through the nose to inflate the glove and the latex fingers would come over his head like a cockscomb.
He then went to Los Angeles, where he performed at The Comedy Store, and was hired as a regular performer. Shortly thereafter, he made his first on-screen appearance on the TV show “Make Me Laugh,” then appeared as the opening act for David Letterman on shows in the summer of 1979. He became the main face of CBC-TV, and in In 1980 he got his first lead role in the movie “Gas”, alongside Susan Anspach and Donald Sutherland.
Rise to fame
Howie became a star in the early ’80s, thanks in large part to the role of Dr. Wayne Fiscus in the TV series ‘St. Elsewhere”, which appears in 137 episodes of the highly popular series.
During the ’80s, he also provided the voice for Gizmo, a cute Gremlin in the movie “Gremlins” in 1984, and its sequel Gremlins 2: The New Batch”, although the movie was released in 1990. He starred in several other projects. in the 1980s, including films “A Fine Mess” (1986) and “Walk Like a Man” from 1987.
Throughout the 1990s, he concentrated more on his career as a comedian, touring the US with his routine, but also appeared in a number of TV series and voiced various characters from animated series. He also hosted his own “The Howie Mandel Show” (1998-1999), but it was in the 2000s that he reached his full potential.
A comedian, actor and producer – @HowieMandel does it all.
— CTV (@CTV) October 5, 2020
Starting with starring roles in a few movies, including “Apocalypse III: Tribulation” (2000), “Hansel and Gretel” (2002), then in the television movie “Crown Heights” (2004), among others. However, in 2005 he was named host of the US version of the hit show “Deal or No Deal”, and until 2019 he hosted more than 230 episodes of the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated series. This celebrated him as a TV personality, and he was subsequently named the host of the Canadian version, which hosted the show for its five episodes before it was canceled.
In 2010, Howie struck another deal that was profitable for his television career, when he was chosen to replace David Hasselhoff as one of the judges on NBC’s show “America’s Got Talent.” Hasselhoff left the show to focus on other projects, mainly a new TV series. Since then, Howie has become the judge with the longest tenure than any other judge or host, 11 seasons to date.
Personal life, health problems, net worth
Howie has led a stable life; he has been married to his high school sweetheart Terry Mandel since 1980; the two met when they were 12 years old.
Howie has suffered from obsessive-compulsive disorder since childhood, but was not diagnosed until an adult. He has spoken openly about his condition and is taking medication to keep his condition and all his ticks at bay. Furthermore, Howie is an ADHD patient and works to raise awareness of adult ADHD. He has not only talked about OCD and ADHD, but has also written the book “Here’s the Deal: Don’t Touch Me”, an in-depth autobiography, about his life with the special circumstances.
According to sources, Howie Mandel’s net worth is estimated at $40 million as of mid-2020.