Sal Vulcano Biography
Sal Vulcano (born Salvatore Edward Anthony Vulcano) is an American improvisational and stand-up comedian, actor, and producer from the New York City borough of Staten Island. In addition, Vulcano is a member of The Tenderloins, a comedy troupe consisting of himself, Brian Quinn, James Murray, and formerly Joe Gatto.
Sal Vulcano Age|Birthday
Vulcano was born on November 6, 1976. Therefore, he is 45 years old as of 2022 and celebrates his birthday on the 6th of November every year.
Sal Vulcano Height|Weight
Vulcano’s height is 5 feet 8 inches (approximately 173 centimeters). Moreover, he weighs 8o kilograms.
Sal Vulcano Family
Vulcano was born in Staten Island to his parents Sal Vulcano Sr. (father) and Dianne Fernandez (mother). However, when he was very young, his parents got a divorce. In addition, he has three siblings, sisters namely Kelly Ann, Diana, and Jenna.
Sal Vulcano Education
Vulcano attended Monsignor Farrell High School and was a member of his high school’s improvisation Club as they saw it as a way to express themselves and meet girls. Additionally, the comedian has an undergraduate degree from St. John’s University which he received in 1998.
Sal Vulcano Career
After graduating from college, Vulcano reunited with Murray, and Gatto after being apart for four years. They began practicing improvisation at Gatto’s house going on to tour as an improv and sketch comedy troupe in 1999. Moreover, they called themselves The Tenderloins.
In addition, the troupe began producing comedy sketches together posting on YouTube, MySpace, and Metacafe accumulating millions of views online. Moreover, in 2007, The Tenderloins won the $100,000 grand prize in the NBC’s Its Your Show competition for the sketch “Time Thugs”.
Impractical Jokers and other television shows
On December 15, 2011, Impractical Jokers premiered on Tru TV and was watched by over 32 million viewers in its first season. Moreover, the show boosted Vulcano into the public eye as it became the most popular series on Tru TV. Sal was the most punished joker on the show as of November 2017.
Moreover, along with other members of The Tenderloins, Vulcano starred in The Misery Index in 2019. Moreover, the series which is aired by Jamela Jamil and is based on Andy Breckman’s card game “Shit Happens” was renewed for a third season.
Furthermore, in February 2021, the comedian has been reamed to Prince Herb for the show’s season as well as in all his media appearances as a result of punishment on the show. Additionally, on April 29, 2021, the punishment episode aired.
What Say You? podcast
Vulcano and Quinn hosted an occasional podcast, What Say You?. Additionally, the podcast was named Best New Show at the 2013 Stitcher Awards. However, Gatto and Murray released their own Tenderloins podcast without the other two members due to the friendly competition sparked by the increased popularity of What Say You. Additionally, What Say You was nominated for the Comedy, Entertainment, and Best Produced Podcast Awards at the 10th Annual Podcast Awards.
Moreover, the duo has stated that the project is not a replacement for The Tenderloins Podcast but their own side project. Additionally, the group explained that it was challenging to produce their troupe’s official podcast with any regularity due to the difficulty in coordinating the schedules of all four members outside work.
Sal Vulcano Net Worth
Vulcano’s net worth is $ million.