Tim Dillon Net Worth
|Net Worth||$4 Million|
|Gender||Island Park, New York, U.S.|
|Date of Birth||Jan 22, 1985 (37 years old)|
Tim Dillon Net Worth:
How Much Is Tim Dillon Net Worth?
American stand-up comedian, actor, and podcaster Tim Dillon has a net worth of $4 million. In 2018, he starred on the Netflix series “The Comedy Lineup” and executive produced his episode. He is also the presenter of the podcast “The Tim Dillon Show.” Tim has acted as an actor in the films “Boston Psychiatric” (2009) and “Timing” (2020) as well as the television shows “Above Average Presents” (2016), “Thanksgiving” (2016), and “You Didn’t Want to” (2018). “Rolling Stone” magazine put Dillon on its 2017 list of “10 Comedians You Need to Know.”
Tim J. Dillon was born in Island Park, New York, on January 22, 1985. As a kid, Tim’s parents split, and his mother was subsequently diagnosed with schizophrenia. EGOT winner Robert Lopez, who co-created the Broadway musicals “Avenue Q” and “The Book of Mormon” and co-wrote the songs for the Disney flicks “Frozen,” “Frozen 2,” and “Coco,” is Dillon’s second cousin. Tim attempted acting as a youngster and featured in 1994 on “Sesame Street.” During an appearance in 2020 on “Dillon remarked on “The Joe Rogan Experience”: “As a young actor, I failed. I appeared twice on Sesame Street. The polka was performed with Snuffleupagus.”
Tim began performing stand-up comedy about 2010, and in New York City he found work as a tour guide. In 2016, he appeared on “Comedy Knockout,” “The Chris Gethard Show,” and “The 2016 Chris Gethard Election Special” and performed at the Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal. From 2016 to 2017, Dillon performed in eight episodes of “Red Eye with Tom Shillue,” and in 2018, he played opposite fellow stand-up comedian Nikki Glaser in the short film “Anything Boys Can Do.” Tim featured in “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 “Lights Out with David Spade” (2019–2020) episodes.
As of this writing, he conducts the podcast “The Tim Dillon Show,” formerly known as “Tim Dillon Is Going to Hell,” and its YouTube channel has more than 369,000 followers. Dillon has been as a guest on various podcasts, including “The Joe Rogan Experience,” “History Hyenas,” “The Megyn Kelly Show,” “Red Scare Podcast,” “The Fighter and the Kid,” and “Your Mom’s House.” Tim chaired a panel at a Miami Bitcoin Conference starring Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss and Jake Paul in 2021.
Tim Dillon is now one of the highest-paid individuals on Patreon. He was making $14,000 per month via Patreon by the end of 2020. At the end of 2021, his monthly income was $180,000.
Tim came out as homosexual in his mid-twenties. He declared in 2019 that he has not taken alcohol or drugs in over a decade. Regarding politics, Dillon stated in 2016, “I do not believe that I am politically aligned with anyone. I believe it is all phony.” He abstained from voting in the 2020 presidential election because he disapproved of Donald Trump and Joe Biden, and he supported Caitlyn Jenner in the 2021 California recall election for governor.