• The Impractical Jokers cast consists of Brian Quinn, James ‘Mur’r Murray, Salvatore Vulcano, and Joseph Gatto Jr; all of whom are 42 with the exception of Volcano.
• As of late 2018, the cast of the series has a net worth of over $2.4 million.
• James Murray and Sal Vulcano are both gay and the only married member of the cast is Joe Gatto.
• All members of the cast are Caucasian and have attended Monsignor Farrell High School.
• The series has had seven seasons so far and has a very loyal fanbase.
Meet The Impractical Jokers’ Cast: Wiki and Ages
“The Impractical Jokers” is a series, with the cast consisting of Brian Quinn who was born on 14 March 1976, James ‘Mur’r Murray born 1 May 1976, Salvatore Vulcano, born on 6 November 1976, and Joseph Gatto Jr, born on 5 June 1976. All members of the cast are 42, except for Volcano. Speaking about their zodiac signs, Quinn is an Aries, Murray is Taurus, Volcano is a Scorpio and Gatto is a Gemini.
So just how rich are The Impractical Jokers as of late 2018? According to authoritative sources, the cast of the series has a net worth of over $2.4 million, with their wealth being accumulated from their careers in the previously mentioned field. They haven’t disclosed any information regarding their assets such as houses and cars, but working hard has allowed them to be stable financially.
Wives and Gay Rumors
James Murray, one of the guys from the series, pranked other guys when he reportedly married Jenna Volcano, Sal Volcano’s sister, but the wedding soon turned out to be fake – Sal Volcano and Murray later on came out as gay. The only married member of the cast is Joe Gatto; he is married to Bessy Gatto and the couple has two children, a daughter born in May 2015 and their son Remington Joseph Gatto, born on 31 July 2017. Speaking about Brian Quinn’s relationship status, he is reportedly single and was previously in a relationship with Emily Amick.
Joe and Sal enjoy some face time during the panel.
Ethnicity and BackgroundAll members of the cast are Caucasian. Quinn was a student of Monsignor Farrell High School, where he acted, and was active in sports. Having matriculated, he enrolled into Brooklyn College, and subsequently joined the New York City Fire Department. Vulcano studied at the Monsignor Farrell High School, and was active in hockey and football among other sports, and having finished with his high school education, he went on to enroll into the St. John’s University, where he earned a degree in Finance. Joseph Gatto was also a student of Monsignor Farrell High School. After high school he studied at Long Island Post University and earned an Accounting degree and Murray studied English at Georgetown University. In addition to being a member of the Impractical Jokers, he also plays a significant role at NorthSouth Productions, serving as their Senior Vice President of Development.
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“Impractical Jokers” is a hidden camera reality series, broadcast on TruTV. The series had its debut in mid-December 2011, and is different from other shows of that kind, as it focuses on witty comedy. The series has had seven seasons so far and it was announced that it would have one more season, which will be released in early 2019. In addition, as a result of the series’ success, a full length movie will be released in 2019, and will be a part of the eighth season of the show. In addition to the main cast of the show, other celebrities such as Daniel Ribacoff, Dan Reynolds, Wayne Sermon and Casey Jost have appeared in it. In the third season of the show, guest stars were celebrities such as Joey Fatone and Tommy Dreamer, and in the fourth season, the audience was also able to watch Soren Thompson, Danica McKellar and Byamba.
Being in the entertainment field, the cast is naturally active on social media as well. They have a collaborative Twitter account, followed by an army of 824,000 people. Their latest tweets include a post in which they shared funny costume ideas, with the caption reading “We hope you’re getting your costumes ready for the end of the month! Which one of these would you sport on Halloween?” In addition to communicating with their fans, The Impractical Jokers also use social media to promote their work. The cast has recently tweeted a link with the following caption “The ‘Impractical Jokers’ Know The Secret To Success And Have No Plans On Slowing Down”, indicating that they’re ready to work hard in order to make it.
The Impractical Jokers are blessed with a very loyal fanbase which often writes to them on social media. One fan from abroad tweeted out – “Americans are funny you know… impractical jokers gets me in a laughing fit”. Another enthusiast of the group tweeted that he wishes they would make a movie, adding that he enjoys their content.