Adam Carolla Net Worth
Adam Carolla Net Worth: Adam Carolla is an American comedian and radio and television personality who has a net worth of $16 million. Born May 27, 1964 in Los Angeles, California, Adam Carolla worked as a skilled carpenter/builder and even became a boxing trainer after graduating from North Hollywood High School and spending a short time in junior college. His early years in entertainment were with The Groundlings, an improv group which has produced a number of other famous comedic personalities. When Jimmy Kimmel was challenged to a boxing match at L.A. radio station KROQ in 1994, Carolla was his trainer. Kimmel then helped Carolla get a job on KROQ's Kevin and Bean Morning Show. It was on KROQ that Dr. Drew (Drew Pinsky) heard Carolla and liked his style. In 1995, Drew gave Adam the job of co-hosting Loveline on the radio. It was at this time that Loveline became nationally syndicated. In 1996, Loveline, along with Adam and Drew, came to television on MTV. It was a popular late-night, hour-long show, which Adam and Drew co-hosted (variously) with Diane Farr, Catherine McCord, Laura Kightlinger and Kris McGaha. The MTV show ran for over four years and ended in 2000. Adam and Dr. Drew continued to co-host Loveline nightly on a syndicated national radio network, often joined on-air by celebrity guests. Carolla left the show in 2005. Adam and Jimmy Kimmel also hosted The Man Show on Comedy Central from 1999-2003. Adam writes for and occasionally guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and has also appeared on the network reality television programs Dancing with the Stars and The Celebrity Apprentice. His book, In Fifty Years We'll All Be Chicks, debuted on The New York Times Best Seller list in 2010, and his second book, Not Taco Bell Material, also reached New York Times bestseller status. An outspoken commentator on various social, political and religious issues, Carolla has made numerous guest appearances on political talk shows, ranging from Bill Maher's Politically Incorrect to Bill O'Reilly's The O'Reilly Factor.