Alan Carr Net Worth
Facts of Alan Carr Net Worth
|Net worth||$10 Million|
|Date of Birth:||1937 May 27|
|Age:||81 years old|
Alan Carr's net worth: $10 million
Alan Carr is an English actor, comedian, and television presenter who has an estimated current net worth of $10 Million, got his breakthrough in 2001 when he won the BBC New Comedy Award in the category of Best Newcomer. On BBC Radio 2 Carr hosted a radio show called Going Out with Alan Carr for three years and released his autobiography ‘Look Who It Is!' in 2008 and going on three arena tours: ' Tooth Fairy Live' in 2007, ‘Spexy Beast Live' in 2011 and ‘Yap, Yap!' in 2015. Carr is hosted by the agency Off the Kerb. He has won two ‘British Comedy Award', two ‘National Television Awards' and a ‘BAFTA TV Award'. He started the career as a comedian in Manchester, and soon he became one of the most popular comedians on the Manchester circuit.
Alan Carr's Early Life and Career
Alan Graham Carr was born on May 27th, 1937, he was the only child born to his parents, who divorced when the boy reached his early teens. He studied at the ‘Lake Forest College' and later went to the ‘Northwestern University'. During his time at ‘Lake Forest College' started his own theater, rented the Civil Theater. Further, he discontinued his studies to follow a career in the showbiz industry, which had always fascinated him. He then got his name changed from Allan Solomon to his Allan Carr at around the same time.
Alan Carr with Friends[/caption] In 1970 Alan produced movie ‘C.C. and Company', featuring Ann Margaret as a fashion journalist. Carr as a marketing and promotion consultant in 1975 worked under producer Robert Stigwood. The movie, which was based on a real-life disaster, followed the success of ‘Tommy' was ‘Survive' in 1976. He was assigned the production of the ad campaign for the dance flick ‘Saturday Night Fever' in 1977. In 1978, he also attended in the closing season of the popular television crime series ‘Police Woman'. He worked on the Oscar-winning war drama ‘Deer Hunter', the same year with Stigwood. ‘Can't Stop the Music', the 1980 movie which was based on the American disco group ‘Village People', was also produced by Carr. A luxurious premiere was arranged for the movie in his signature style, but it didn't fare well financially. In 1984, Allan involved in the production of two movies, ‘Where the Boys Are'-a comedy and ‘Cloak and Dagger'-a spy adventure movie. The producer worked with Freddie Gershon and ‘CBS Records' on the musical ‘Goya A Life in Song' which was accounted on the story of artist Francisco Goya in 1989. He went onto sponsor the much-noted productions ‘Cyrano de Bergerac' and ‘Much Ado About Nothing' in 1995. The shows earned another ‘Tony Awards' nomination for Carr. In 1998, he grabbed the premiere and launch party for the re-release of the movie ‘Grease'. Carr's ‘La Cage aux Folles', won three ‘Drama Desk Awards' and six ‘Tony Awards' in 1984. The show had eight nominations in each of the awards and won him the ‘Tony Award' in the ‘Best Musical' Category.
Alan Carr's Personal Life
Even though being openly gay, he does not consider his sexuality to be a key part of his act. Carr. Once said, "I just think gay people need to get over themselves. Just because you're gay and on the telly doesn't mean you're a role model. I'm just a comedian. That's all I am. What am I meant to do? Do I go down the Julian Clary direct and talk about fisting and poppers? I don't talk about being gay and I think what better equality for gays than that?" in September 2016. When Paul Drayton proposed Carr on a romantic break. Carr announced his engagement to his longtime partner Paul Drayton.
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