Lee Syatt has accomplished much success at a young age. Fans are wondering what his Net Worth might be.
Lee Syatt is an American comedian, director, and producer who is famous for his work on Hell’s Kitchen and Where I Got My Balls From. He is the owner and consultant at Lee Syatt Consulting.
Syatt started his career in January 2011 as an Assistant Editor at the Vin Di Bona Productions, where he was a part of America Funniest Home Videos Season 22 and Season 23. He was the Assistant Editor for the Hells Kitchen Season 11 and Season 12.
Lee Syatt Age
Lee Syatt’s age might be in the late 30s.
Lee went to Emerson College and graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor’s degree in Digital Post Production. The detail of Lee Syatt’s net worth is still under review.
I’m so happy to announce that my new podcast has launched! The Waistline Podcast is a podcast for people who struggle with weight and people who have someone they love who struggles with weight. Check out the first episode: https://t.co/0WhspbLtSZ @WaistlinePod pic.twitter.com/rfhs4ODQk4
— Lee Syatt (@leesyatt) March 16, 2021
Lee Syatt joined Twitter in February 2010, where he has more than 62.5k active followers and 20.5k tweets. Syatt tweets a lot about his podcast, The Waistline Podcast, and work.
Lee Syatt’s Wife?
Lee Syatt and his wife prefer to stay away from the limelight.
Lee Syatt has a Youtube channel, where he shares his podcasts and highlights of gaming on Twitch. He joined Youtube on September 9, 2013, and has 17.9k total views.
Syatt prefers to keep the details of his personal life, such as family, children, parents, and background, away from the media.
What Is Lee Syatt’s Instagram Bio?
Lee Syatt has a linktr.ee address on his Instagram bio.
Lee Syatt has 76.2k followers and 352 posts on his Instagram account. Syatt seems to be very active on the platform as he has 352 posts as of March 2021. Lee shares many memes and screenshots of tweets on his Instagram account.
Syatt was the producer and co-host for the TV series, The Church of What’s Happening Now. According to his IMDb page, Lee directed the documentary, Where I Got My Balls From in 2012.