Adam Carolla Biography
Adam Carolla is an American comedian, radio personality, television host, actor, podcaster, and director. He is well known for hosting The Adam Carolla Show, a talk show distributed as a podcast which set the record as the “most downloaded podcast” as judged by Guinness World Records in 2011.
Adam Carolla Age
Carolla born on 27th of May in 1964 in Los Angeles County, California.
Adam Carolla Family
He was born to his parents, his mother was McCall. His parents divorced when Adam was young. His maternal step-grandfather László Görög was a screenwriter who wrote The Mole People. He was raised in the North Hollywood neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Adam Carolla Wife
He married Lynette Paradise on28th of September 2002.
Adam Carolla Children
The pair has two children, twins Natalia and Santino “Sonny” Richard Carolla who was born on 7th of June in 2006.
Adam Carolla Education
He got enrolled at Colfax Elementary School, Walter Reed Junior High, and North Hollywood High School. He is said not to receive his high school diploma until years later as it was held by the school until a library fine was paid. He later briefly attended Los Angeles Valley College but later dropped out to pursue a series of jobs including those of a carpenter, boxing instructor, traffic school instructor, and a carpet cleaner.
Adam Carolla Career
After having a series of jobs, Adam volunteered as a boxing trainer to prepare Jimmy Kimmel for about, which was being staged by KROQ-FM’s morning radio program ‘Kevin and Bean’ in 1994. This started a long-running friendship between him and Kimmel which he later turned into a business partnership.
He was then given a perfect start to his career by ‘Kevin and Bean’ as he caught the attention of Mark Itkin and signed to the William Morris Agency co-hosting the radio call-in show ‘Loveline’. The show’s other hosts were physician Drew Pinsky, formally known as Dr. Drew and Riki Rachtman.
Adam Caroll Photograph
He was then signed for a new morning radio show on the Infinity Broadcasting network, titled ‘The Adam Carolla Show’ in Adam.Adam. The show began in 2006 and was a huge hit. Later in 2009, actor Gerard Butler studied Carolla during the live filming of the show in a bid portraying the role of ‘Mike Chadway’ perfectly in the movie ‘The Ugly Truth’, allegedly based on Adam Carolla.
He started off the ‘The Adam Carolla Podcast’ on his own website that eventually evolved into the ACE Broadcasting Network. The podcast that was downloaded more than 250 thousand times in the opening 24 hours. The third installment of the podcast peaked at the number one on iTunes.
He had some television shows since 1999, but he never stayed long with any project. Most of his projects he did were with his long-term friend Jimmy Kimmel. He started off with ‘The Man Show’, then worked with Jimmy Kimmel as a writer for his show ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ He as well appeared as a guest in some episodes.
He then created the television show ‘Crank Yankers’ for Comedy Central along with Daniel Kellison. He as well appeared in ‘Dancing with the Stars’, partnering Julianne Hough. Starting from 2009, he then had very popular shows like ‘The Car Show’, ‘Catch a Contractor’ and ‘Adam Carolla and Friends Build Stuff Live’.
Adam Carolla Show
His show is a talk show held by comedian and television/radio personality Adam Carolla. His show has appeared in two incarnations,
- The Adam Carolla Show (radio), a show that ran in radio syndication between January 2006 and February 2009
- The Adam Carolla Show (podcast), a later version of the show that began on February 23, 2009, and is released each weekday in podcast format
Adam Carolla Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of net worth of $16 million.
Adam Carolla Podcast
His show was the new home for the rantings and ravings of the”Adam Carolla Show ” is the #1 Daily Downloaded Podcast in the World. Adam shares his thoughts on current events, relationships, airport security, specialty pizzas, politics, and anything else he can complain about. Five days a week and completely uncensored, He welcomes a wide range of guests to join him in the studio for in-depth interviews and a front row seat to his unparalleled ranting. Not forgetting Bryan Bishop (Bald Bryan) on sound effects. Check it out as Adam hangs out with some of his pals like Larry Miller, David Allen Grier, Dr. Drew Pinksy, Dana Gould, Doug Benson, and many, many more.
- CleanACS (Part 2): Jason Whitlock and Dennis Miller
- CleanACS (Part 1): Jason Whitlock and Dennis Miller
- CleanACS (Part 2): Ken Block and AJ Benza
- CleanACS (Part 1): Ken Block and AJ Benza
- CleanACS (Part 2): Ben Bailey, RJ Bell, and Eat Your Feelings
- CleanACS (Part 1): Ben Bailey, RJ Bell, and Eat Your Feelings
- CleanACS (Part 2): Courtney Hansen and Hollywood Hand Me Downs
- CleanACS (Part 1): Courtney Hansen and Hollywood Hand Me Downs
- CleanACS (Part 2): John Popper and Jo Koy
- CleanACS (Part 1): John Popper and Jo Koy
- CleanACS (Part 2): Dennis Miller plays Rotten Tomatoes, Christie Bishop returns for Commercial
- CleanACS (Part 1): Dennis Miller plays Rotten Tomatoes, Christie Bishop returns for Commercial
- CleanACS (Part 2): Bill O’Reilly, Vinnie Tortorich, and Eat Your Feelings
- CleanACS: Live from Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks
- CleanACS (Part 2): Adam Ray, Undercover FBI Agent Michael McGowan, and Writer Ralph
- CleanACS (Part 1): Adam Ray, Undercover FBI Agent Michael McGowan, and Writer Ralph
- CleanACS (Part 2): Rob Riggle and Chris Gethard
- CleanACS (Part 1): Rob Riggle and Chris Gethard
Adam Carolla Trump
Why does Donald Trump watch his Ivanka go to the bathroom and shower? Because he’s a GOOD PARENT. That’s why.
Why does Donald Trump (@kyledunnigan) watch his Ivanka go to the bathroom and shower? Because he’s a GOOD PARENT. That’s why. https://t.co/10U8jR0He8 pic.twitter.com/ICSXWlPVYR
— Adam Carolla Show (@AdamCarollaShow) October 18, 2018
Adam Carolla House
Adam Carolla House
Adam Carolla Books
- In Fifty Years We’ll All Be Chicks . . . And Other Complaints from an Angry Middle-Aged White Guy
- Not Taco Bell Material
- Dr. Drew and Adam Book: A Survival Guide To Life and Love
- Daddy, Stop Talking! CD: And Other Things My Kids Want But Won’t Be Getting
- President Me Preview Edition: America That’s in My Head
Adam Carolla Dr. Drew
Him & Dr. Drew Pinsky reunited in the partnership that made Loveline a wild success and cultural touchstone. In of their each episodes Adam and Drew take uncensored, nothing-off-limits calls about sex, drug, medical and relationship issues. Dr. Drew brings about the medicine while Adam’s comedy and rants are the spoonful of sugar to make it go down.
Adam Carolla Daughter
My Daughter as well, because it sounds like 5 mo town songs. https://t.co/EOvpY0wn2L
— Adam Carolla (@adamcarolla) April 13, 2017
Adam Carolla Lawsuit
His lawsuit of 2013, is a Personal Audio filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Lotzi Digital, Inc., producers of The his Show and several other podcasts on his Digital Network. The suit alleged that owner Adam and his network of content infringed on Personal Audio’s patent 8,112,504.
Adam Carolla Carcast – Adam Carolla Cars – Adam Carolla Car Collection
Adam Carolla Cars
The Hammer Adam Carolla
The Hammer is a surprisingly satisfying underdog sports movie and date movie; an unlikely genre combination, but The Hammer nails it. He is a former co-host of The Man Show, stars as underachiever Jerry, just turned 40.
A former Golden Gloves boxer, he works as a construction worker/handyman and as well teaches the sweet science at the local gym. Jerry then gets fired after running afoul of his abusive boss, Jerry loses fed-up girlfriend; Jerry meets Lindsay (Heather Jurgensen), an idealistic public defender; Jerry impresses a coach and gets the chance to try out for the Olympic boxing team. But he makes The Hammer a contender.
This is Carolla’s first bout with leading man status, and, happily, he has the director of the “I Kissed a Girl” arthouse hit, Kissing Jessica Stein in his corner. The script makes effective use of his unpretentious screen presence, giving him ample opportunity to punching out some droll comic riffs while he pursues his second chance in the ring as well as Lindsay. Add to the mix a grudging friendship he develops with a cocky boxer whom the coach is grooming. The Hammer may not technically be a knockout, but it does go the distance. –Donald Liebenson