Jimmy Carr’s Net worth
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|Net worth||$12 million|
|First Name||Jimmy Anthony|
|Last Name||Patrick Carr|
Jimmy Carr’s Net worth: $12 million
Jimmy Anthony Patrick Carr is a British stand-up comedian, television host, and actor. Carr is best known for his signature laugh, deadpan delivery, dark humor, and use of edgy one-liners. Carr is also a writer, actor, and presenter of radio and television. Jimmy Carr’s net worth is very good as he was successful in his every career.
Early Life and Education
Jimmy Anthony Patrick was born on 15 September 1972 in Isleworth, London. Jimmy Carrs was born to Irish parents from Limerick: Patrick James Carr (born 1945), an accountant who became the treasurer for computer company Unisys, and Nora Mary (nee Lawlor; 19 September 1943- 7 September 2001). The couple married in 1970 and separated in 1994 but never divorced. Jimmy is the middle of three brothers. Carr was raised up in Slough, Berkshire, where he attended Farnham Common School and Burnham Grammar School. Then he completed the sixth form at the Royal Grammar School in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. After earning four ‘A’ grades at the GCE Advanced Level exams, he started to read political science at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. Carr graduated with a 2:1 in 1994.
Firstly, Carr hosted Channel 4 game shows Distraction and Your Face or Mine?. Carr hosted a United States version of Distraction for Comedy Central from 2004 until 2006. Also was nominated for the 2006 Rose d’Or award for “Best Game Show Host”. Since 2005 Carr has appeared the comedy panel show 8 Out of 10 Cats. In April 2010, Carr hosted, Channel 4’s A Comedy Roast which was the first British version of a comedy roast. In 2014 and 2015, Carr starred in two episodes of Sunday Night at the Palladium on ITV. Carr has starred on Never Mind the Buzzcocks twice. Carr has appeared on at least one episode per season of A League Of Their Own and QI. Carr has also hosted a highlights edition of the show, on the Top Gear Live World Tour of 2009-2010. He hosted the section 'Carmageddon' in which the Stig successfully attempted a 'gear change'. He has appeared on Late Night with Conan O’Brien twice and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno three times. Also in 2003, Carr appeared in the music video for the song “Proper Crimbo”. Carr has also appeared as a contestant on celebrity editions of The Chase and Tipping Point. Carr was an interviewer on Loose Ends (BBC Radio 4) and The Fred MacAulay Show (BBC Radio Scotland). Carr has also appeared in two episodes of the radio series of Flight of the Conchords in 2005. Carr has played at 2006 Just for Laughs festival in Montreal, as well as making a return visit to the Newbury Comedy Festival. In July 2011 Carr appeared at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal.
Jimmy Carr married Karoline Copping, a commissioning editor for Channel 5. They have been together since 2001. Jimmy Carr lives in north London. When he was 26, he had what he calls "an early midlife crisis", during which he lost his Catholic faith.
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