Chris Distefano is an American comedian who rose to fame after he starred in reality shows such as Guy Code and Girl Code. He also co-hosted sports reality competition Ultimate Beastmaster and the MSG TV’s show The Bracket.

In addition to that, he starred in his weekly interstitial series named Stupid Questions with Chris Distefano (2018) on Comedy Central, where he's hosted several stars including fellow comic, Nikki Glaser.

Besides being a true entertainer, Chris is a family man who has a very supportive wife and a lovable child. But that came after he experienced a fair share of relationship failure.

Here get to know extensive details about the comedian’s personal life, including his married life with his wife and baby news, and past relationships with girlfriends.

The Couple Are Expecting New Baby Child

Yes! A new child for Chris and Jazzy Distefano is on the way. And a quick glance into Jazzy’s Instagram handle will show you that the couple is extremely excited to welcome their second child.

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Jazzy even explained how good she felt about becoming a mother through Instagram on January 20, 2021. She wrote, “MAMA : embraces it all as it comes, with love as the driving force.”

“Being a mother is absolutely the hardest “job” in the world, also the most rewarding,” she further added.

Most recently, on April 1, 2021, the soon-to-be mother of two posted a couple of pictures with her husband Chris, flaunting her baby bump.

The couple is expected to welcome their child in May or June of 2021.

Married for over 5 Years with Wife Jazzy

The stand-up comedian, Chris, got married to Jazzy Distefano, a Zumba instructor, in February 2015.

In the same year of their marriage, their married life celebrated a chapter, as the couple found out that Jazzy was pregnant with his first child. They welcomed their daughter Delilah Distefano in May 2015.

In December that year, Chris took to Instagram to dedicate a post to his wife and daughter, who according to him changed his life.

Chris Distefano shares a lovely picture of his wife, Jazzy with their daughter, Delilah. (Photo: Instagram)

He shared a beautiful picture of his wife holding their daughter while writing, “These two girls changed my life. 2015 was best year of my life.”

“Thank you @_jajajazzy_7 for giving me our beautiful Delilah. I'll love you both forever,” the comedian added in his caption.

Interestingly, Jazzy revealed that she was the mother of two kids through Instagram on March 1, 2021. That came as surprise because she and Chris never revealed giving birth to their second child.

It can be anything — the couple might be parents to two kids; however, they only revealed details of their first baby Delilah. In another scenario, Jazzy might have given birth to a child from her [undisclosed] relationship with someone in the past.

In her post, that revealed she had two child, she wrote, "For my first 2 kids I didn’t workout like at all. For this pregnancy I’ve been actively training and teaching classes and I feel absolutely amazing!"

Chris Separated With Co-Star Ex-Girlfriend After Four Years of Dating

Chris had dated his Girl Code co-star Carly Aquilino in 2010. The couple enjoyed a fair amount of time together.

In 2013, after having moved in together, they posted a funny video showcasing their excitement of finding out that they weren't pregnant. Unfortunately, they broke up after dating for four years in 2014.

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Fans were shocked upon knowing about the breakup, as he and his then-girlfriend had been part of many of their intimate moments on social media.

He Is Proud Supporter of Gay Community

Born on August 26, 1894, Chris was naturally a humorous person since growing up. 

The Brooklyn, New York has a witty yet positive vibe to his comedy. He doesn’t get involved in controversial matters of politics.

However, he does take to Twitter now and then to post tweets supporting the LGBTQ+ community. In June 2015, he did just that when he tweeted to congratulate his gay friends after the US Supreme Court allowed gay marriage.

He wrote, "Congrats all my gay friends on the great news of the day! From this point on don't talk about my a** if u ain't ready to put a ring on it."