The Impractical Jokers are estimated to make $50 000 per episode, with a joint net worth of $20 million, according to reports from 2021.
Impractical Jokers is one of the most popular shows on television, and the flagship series of truTV since it first premiered in 2011.
In the 11-year run of the show, it has diversified to include a film, live tours, and the Impractical Jokers cruise.
Besides the income earned from the show itself, each of the comedians have independent sources of income too.
In 2021, their joint net worth was estimated to be $20 million, which, when divided per comedian, is estimated at $5 million for each comedian.
What is Impractical Jokers?
Impractical Jokers has a total of nine seasons to date. The candid, camera and prank reality format show was created by comedians and real-life friends, who have also hosted the show since its inception.
The premise is, “Comedians Joe Gatto, James ‘Murr’ Murray, Brian ‘Q’ Quinn, and Sal Vulcano are real-life best friends who love challenging each other to the most outrageous dares and stunts ever caught on hidden camera.”
However, this past New Year’s Eve, Joe took to Instagram to confirm that he will not be part of the show in the upcoming season, due to personal family matters needs to attend to.
How much do the Impractical Jokers make?
The Impractical Jokers, Joe Gatto, James ‘Murr’ Murray, Brian ‘Q’ Quinn, and Sal Vulcano, reportedly earn $50 000 per episode, which is almost double the $26 000 per episode that they were estimated to earn per episode in 2015.
Moreover, their joint net worth is said to be approximately worth $20 million in 2021, which, divided per comedian, is an estimated $5 million each.
Additionally, each comedian has multiple streams of income, like Q who owns a beer company, R&H Beer, and is also a radio personality. When asked how much he was worth, he suggested that the $5 million was exaggerated.
He further responded to an inquisitive fan, explaining that whatever he earns is divided between the IRS, his management team, and affiliated support, so he ends up with, “Not a lot.”
What is Impractical Jokers’ Joe Gatto’s net worth?
Joe Gatto was reportedly estimated to be worth $5 million in 2021. Besides working on the show, the out-going Impractical Jokers’ co-host also has other streams of income that he developed throughout the years.
He owns Gatto Pups, which facilitates puppy adoption. Joe is also the author of The Dogfather: My Love of Dogs, Desserts and Growing Up Italian. This is besides touring as a stand-up comedian, for which he sells accompanying merchandise.
What is Impractical Jokers’ James Murray’s net worth?
James ‘Murr’ Murray is estimated to have a net worth of $5 million. Besides being on Impractical Jokers, Murr is also part of The Misery Index, which first premiered in 2019 and has a total of three seasons to date.
The comedian is also an author and his latest release is a series of children’s books called Area 51 Interns. Moreover, he is also an independently touring stand-up comedian.
Currently, besides the book tour, he is on the Murr Live stand-up comedy national tour. There are seven stops, and it is said that more will be added in the coming weeks.
What is Impractical Jokers’ Sal Vulcano’s net worth?
Sal Vulcano’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million as of 2021. Besides being one of the four comedians that created and co-hosts Impractical Jokers, Sal has appeared on multiple television shows as a guest. This includes shows like Bones and 12 Monkeys.
He is also a stand-up comedian with accompanying merchandise, namely, t-shirts and sweaters that he has released.
While speaking on being a stand-up, Sal explained, “I get to do all the things I don’t get to do with the guys … It’s testing different muscles, but it’s satisfying in a different way.”
Estimated to have a joint net worth of $20 million, each comedian is estimated to be worth $5 million from the show where they earn an estimated $50 000 per episode, as well as from their other, individual streams of income.