“The Machine” is the stage name of American stand-up comedian, podcaster, reality television host and actor Albert Charles Kreischer. He appeared in a Rolling Stone piece in 1997 while a student at Florida State University. Kreischer was ranked as the top partygoer at the top party school in the nation by the magazine.
In this post, you will read about his health, and surgeries and know what happened to him in the past.
What Happened to Bert Kreischer?
Albert Kreischer Jr. was born in St. Petersburg, Florida, on November 3, 1972 and grew up in Tampa. Additionally, Kreischer has served as the host of the television programs Hurt Bert on FX and Bert the Conqueror. Bert is well-recognized for his stand-up humor.
As a result of his social media post, it revealed that Bert had undergone surgery. On August 21, Bert Kreischer posted a photo of himself flexing his arms on Instagram. The image demonstrated how one arm was noticeably larger than the other.
“Guess which arm I underwent surgery on?” He cracked a joke in the post’s caption which was seen by his 1.7 million followers.
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Fans eagerly commented on the comic’s page and some of them pointed out that the door’s background was off-center around his left arm. After witnessing Bert Kreischer’s most recent social media post, some people are curious as to why he underwent surgery on his arm. To find out the truth, keep reading.
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For what reason did Bert Kreischer get surgery?
Bert Kreischer discussed the reason behind his operation in an episode of his podcast, “2 Bears, 1 Cave” which he co-hosts with fellow comic Tom Segura. In the podcast’s episode 92, which debuted on August 2, Kreischer revealed that he had needed surgery after suffering a fall-related injury to his left arm.
“I can’t say too much, but I fell, I tripped while I was in a movie. I was doing all of my own actions and I fell and tweaked my elbow. I thought it was fine, so I went on with my life as if it were fine. I thought it was healed.”
“Then one day, I did more damage. I heard three pops and 59% of the tendons that connect my tricep to my left elbow were torn. Kreischer had surgery on his arm at the end of last month (July 29) and he posted a picture of himself on Instagram while wearing his surgical robes.
On July 30, 2021, he shared a post in which he requested by saying, “Today is the day…say a prayer for your boy.”
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“”I won’t get too specific, but I fell. I had acting experience. I was doing all of my actions when I fell and kind of tweaked my elbow, but I assumed everything was fine and I carried on with my life believing it to be healed. Kreischer had surgery on his arm at the end of July.
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