One of the most well-known late-night show hosts in the United States and abroad is Jimmy Fallon.
Fallon is a well-known comedian, writer, producer, and TV personality best known for his work on The Tonight Show and Saturday Night Live.
Jimmy Fallon was born on September 19, 1974, in Brooklyn. Fallon thought about taking the priestly oath while attending a Catholic school.
However, after humor came to the door, he had a change of heart.
Fallon, who gave up religion to pursue his ambition for comedy, was a fan of Dr. Demento’s radio program.
Jimmy Fallon was a Saturday Night Live fan growing up. Fallon and his sister allegedly made fun of the show’s sketches, according to his family.
Fallon performed stand-up comedy while in college. A semester before graduating from college, Jimmy Fallon came to Los Angeles to pursue a career in comedy.
Jimmy Fallon was a member of the improv troupe The Groundlings. He also tried out for Saturday Night Live in 1997, but was unsuccessful. Fallon nevertheless attempted a second SNL audition when he was 23 years old.
According to the testimony, SNL creator Lorne Michael laughed as Jimmy was auditioning. For the 1998–1999 season, Jimmy Fallon joined SNL and quickly rose to the top of the impressionist list.
Jimmy Fallon is regarded by Saturday Night Live viewers as being the best cast member since Phil Hartman. Fallon joined the Late Night Show in 2009 when Conan O’Brien left.
In 2014, Jimmy Fallon succeeded Jay Leno as host of The Tonight Show.
Jimmy Fallon is worth $60 million in total. Fallon will make $16 million in 2022 as a TV host.