With their hysterical hidden camera pranks and outrageous dares, the cast of Impractical Jokers has earned a massive following. The show, which first aired on TruTV in December of 2011, follows four childhood friends as they make it their mission to embarrass each other in the public eye. The quartet – James “Murr” Murray, Sal Vulcano, Joe Gatto, and Brian Quinn – have their own unique style that keeps audiences coming back for more. Their popularity has led to brand partnerships, endorsement deals, and live shows that have increased their overall earnings.
Despite leaving the show at the end of 2021, Joe Gatto has no ill-will or bad blood with his former co-stars and remains a popular stand-up comedian in his own right. His comedy talents and impressive wit have allowed him to connect with fans, which has also added to his income. Gatto’s net worth is estimated at $7 million.
Q’s distinct personality and humor have helped him become a popular member of the Impractical Jokers group. His likability has also led to him appearing on talk shows and podcasts, further adding to his earnings. Q’s net worth is currently estimated at $8 million.
Initially, the Impractical Jokers were not paid for their appearances on the show. They had to rely on their personal incomes in order to make ends meet. However, as the show gained traction and popularity, their paychecks started reflecting the true value of their work. Eventually, the group was able to expand beyond their television show and started touring as a comedy troupe. This increased their overall earnings and helped them reach new heights of success.