|Birth Day||January 22, 1985|
|Age||38 YEARS OLD|
|Net Worth:||$4 Million|
|Place of Birth:||Island Park, New York, U.S.|
Tim Dillon, one of the most talented and popular comedians in the American entertainment industry, is estimated to have a net worth of around $4 million by 2023. Known for his sharp wit, unique storytelling style, and fearless approach to comedy, Dillon has become a household name. With his exceptional comedic talent, he has successfully amassed a substantial fortune over the years. His wealth is a testament to his hard work, dedication, and relentless pursuit of making people laugh. Being recognized as one of the richest comedians in America, Tim Dillon's continued success is a testament to his incredible comedic skills and entrepreneurial spirit.
As an actor, Tim has appeared in the films "Boston Psychiatric" (2009) and "Timing" (2020) and the television series "Above Average Presents" (2016), "Thanksgiving" (2016), and "You Didn't Want to Know" (2018). In 2017, "Rolling Stone" magazine included Dillon on its "10 Comedians You Need to Know" list.
Tim Dillon was born Tim J. Dillon on January 22, 1985, in Island Park, New York. Tim's parents divorced when he was a child, and his mother was later diagnosed with schizophrenia. Dillon's second cousin is EGOT winner Robert Lopez, who co-created the Broadway musicals "Avenue Q" and "The Book of Mormon" and co-wrote the songs in the Disney films "Frozen," "Frozen 2," and "Coco." Tim tried acting as a child and appeared on "Sesame Street" in 1994. During a 2020 appearance on "The Joe Rogan Experience," Dillon stated, "I was a child actor as a kid and I failed. I was on Sesame Street twice. I did the polka with Snuffleupagus."
Tim began performing stand-up comedy around 2010, and he found work as a tour guide in New York City. In 2016, he performed at Montreal's Just for Laughs comedy festival and appeared on "Comedy Knockout," "The Chris Gethard Show," and "The 2016 Chris Gethard Election Special." From 2016 to 2017, Dillon appeared in eight episodes of "Red Eye w/Tom Shillue," and in 2018, he starred in the short film "Anything Boys Can Do" alongside fellow stand-up comic Nikki Glaser. Tim appeared on "Inside Joke at Moontower" (2018), "The Stand-Up Show with Katherine Ryan" (2019), "Marvel: Eat The Universe" (2019), "The James Altucher Show" (2020), and eight episodes of "Lights Out with David Spade" (2019–2020).
He hosts the podcast "The Tim Dillon Show," which was previously known as "Tim Dillon Is Going to Hell," and the podcast's YouTube channel has more than 369,000 subscribers as of this writing. Dillon also co-hosted the podcast "Bastard Radio" with Nick Mullen and Luis J. Gomez, and he has appeared as a guest on numerous podcasts, such as "The Joe Rogan Experience," "History Hyenas," "The Megyn Kelly Show," "Red Scare Podcast," "The Fighter and the Kid," and "Your Mom's House." In 2021, Tim hosted a panel featuring Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss and Jake Paul at a Miami Bitcoin Conference.
As of this writing, Tim Dillon is one of the highest-paid people on Patreon. At the end of 2020 he was earning $14,000 per month from Patreon. At the end of 2021 he was earning $180,000 per month.
Tim is gay, and he came out in his mid-twenties. In 2019, he stated that he hadn't consumed alcohol or drugs in over a decade. On the subject of politics, Dillon said in 2016, "I don't think politically I line up with anything. I think it's all fake." He didn't vote in the 2020 presidential election because he didn't approve of Donald Trump or Joe Biden, and he expressed support for Caitlyn Jenner in 2021's California gubernatorial recall election.