Impractical Jokers is a series centered on four real life friends who go out of their way to embarrass each other publicly. What makes these practical jokes impractical is the fact that the one dared to carry out a prank does not know what they will be required to do until they go into the public eye. The four are namely James “Murr” Murray, Sal Vulcano, Joseph Gatto and Brian Quinn. If this prank is not executed, a punishment in form of body piercing or rodeo awaits them. All the pranks that are filmed are actually real. It first aired on TruTv in 2011 December. The series has gotten funnier in the recent years with some extreme moments here and there. From the time it first aired, the impractical Jokers net worth and salary have increased.
What are Impractical Jokers Salary per episode and total net worth?
The impractical Jokers salary per episode for each cast member is not available at the moment. However, looking at the net worth of the impractical jokers, it can be concluded that they must earn a good salary. Additionally, their net worth is basically the same for all the cast members.
Impractical Joker James “Murr” Murray Net Worth:
He was born James Stephen Murray. His birthday is on 1st May 1976. James Murray’s net worth is $400,000.
Joshep has Italian descent but was born in American (5th June 1976). Joseph Gatto’s net worth is $500,000.
Impractical Joker Sal Vulcano
His full names are Salvatore Edward Anthony Vulcano. He was born on 6th November 1976. He has a net worth of $400,000.
His net worth is $500,000. Brian Michael Quinn was born on 14th March 1976.
The impractical Jokers salary and net worth is not the only thing these guys have in common, they attended the same High School. They all hail from New York City.
Drew Patterson is the voice behind the narration in the tv series. He has also worked on Ann Wilson; In Focus. Unfortunately, his net worth and salary are not available.