Bert and his co-hosts strive to bring morning listeners a blend of lifestyle advice, national entertainment news, celebrity interviews, and humor. Listeners become part of “The Bert Show” on-air community….AKA “The Bert Show Family”
Bert is very involved in philanthropy. Several years ago Bert started his own non-profit, Bert’s Big Adventure (BBA), a 501(c)(3) organization that provides a magical, all expenses-paid, five day journey to Walt Disney World for children with chronic and terminal illnesses and their families and continues to support them with year round programs. Since the beginning of the organization, Bert’s Big Adventure has grown with more than 160 families across the U.S. participating in this magical opportunity!
When Bert is not working on the show or spending time organizing BBA activities, he is the proud father of two sons, Hayden and Hollis, who continuously make him laugh!
Hey! I’m Kristin and I’m a proud member of The Bert Show. I love that my job is I get to laugh and joke around with my friends every day on the air. While we make sure we have fun, we don’t shy away from tackling tough topics. It is always important to feel connected to our listeners, who we consider family.
I’m a graduate of the University of Kentucky, which of course makes me a Wildcats fan through and through. Born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky, I’m southern in my roots and appreciate good hospitality and a perfect glass of sweet tea.
A self proclaimed TV junkie, my DVR is always filled with “Real Housewives” or “Dancing With The Stars” episodes. That’s on top of other umpteen million shows I watch. It’s nice to escape the entertainment world on a daily basis by delivering the Entertainment Buzz. I enjoy getting caught up in fashion and the glamour of the stars, while not taking it too seriously.
Morning radio is absolutely my favorite thing to do in the world. It is such a blessing to be able to get up early and focus on making people laugh. My journey to The Bert Show has been an interesting one, with a number of jobs in different fields and different cities along the way and I couldn’t be happier to be where I am now.
I grew up on Whidbey Island in the state of Washington. I grew up on a farm and raised horses, pigs and chickens. I have two younger brothers who helped me break just about every bone that I have in my body….sorry Mom and Dad, we were expensive little guys and I’m sure your healthcare deductible was ridiculous.
I moved to LA after college where I did a bunch of comedy shows, hosted radio and did some TV stuff, including making appearances as a stand up on AXS TV’s Gotham Live, Nickelodeon’s NickMom’s Night Out & Laughs on FOX. I was also a cast member on MTV’s prank show, Money From Strangers….I also lived in a bunk bed for a while in a studio with my brother who is an actor because that is what is called “living the dream” aka broke
Now, I’m here living with my dog Moxie, who I completely don’t look like a weirdo walking given that I am 6’4” and she is the size of a cat.