Anyone with an appreciation for prank shows must be a huge fan of the American hidden camera, reality series Impractical Jokers; not just because of the number of pranks carried out on the show, but also because of its uniqueness and level of creativity which differentiates it from the rest.
Just like other hit reality TV shows, there has been a constant quest by fans to know more about the cast members they see on the on the show. Without wasting time, let’s make that happen for you.
Who Are The Cast of Impractical Jokers?
The main cast members of the hit TV reality show are none other than members of the quartet comedy troupe, The Tenderloins. They include Brian Quinn, Joseph Gatto Jr, James Murray, and Salvatore Vulcano.
Brian Quinn (Q)
Brian Quinn popularly known as ‘Q’ is highly revered for his insane pranks and perfect comic delivery on the show, Impractical Jokers. He was born on March 14, 1976, in Staten Island, New York to James Quinn and Carol Murphy. Speaking about his educational background, it is of interest to know that he attended the famous Catholic school, Monsignor Farrell High School.
Upon completion of his high school education, he attended Brooklyn College and worked as a firefighter for the New York City fire department for several years.
Joseph Gatto Jr (Joe)
Popular American comedian, Joseph Gatto Jr, was born on June 5, 1976, in Staten Island, New York. He had his high school education at Monsignor Farrell High School. Joe is a proud holder of a degree in Accounting which he bagged from Long Island University.
Surprisingly, he is the only married member of the Impractical Jokers main cast. He is married to Bessy Gatto and together, they are the parents of two beautiful kids – a girl who goes by the name of Milana Francine Gatto and a boy named Remington Joseph Gatto.
James Murray (Murr)
James Stephen Murray, popularly referred to as Murr, was born on the 1st of May 1976 in Staten Island, New York. He attended Monsignor Farrell High School in Oakland. Right after high school, he attended Georgetown University where he eventually procured his B.A in English.
He is currently single and isn’t rumored to be in any relationship whatsoever. However, he was once married to Jenna Vulcano but they annulled their marriage the day after their wedding simply because it was just a prank for an episode of Impractical Jokers.
Salvatore Edward Vulcano was born on November 6, 1976, in Staten Island, New York, to Sal Vulcano Sr. and Dianne Fernandez-Vulcano. He has a sister who goes by the name of Jenna Vulcano. Like other members of the Impractical Joker’s main cast, he also attended Monsignor Farrell High School. He holds a degree in finance which he received from St John’s University.
How Much Money Do They Have?
Like other popular figures, the financial standings of the Impractical Jokers’ cast members has been a subject of public debate. This has brought about several estimations of their wealth. While we can only affirm that the blokes are faring well in this regards, thanks to the hit hidden camera reality series, it is believed that each of the cast members is worth at least $5 million.
Is The Show Real?
Remember the level of disappointment many wrestling fans faced when they found out that it wasn’t all real? Well, lovers of the reality prank series can be rest assured they would never get to feel such level of disappointment as their beloved show is as real as a reality show can get.
Unlike other prank shows aimed at getting the better of unsuspecting public members, Impractical Jokers‘ pranks are based on targeting the members of its main cast in the most embarrassing fashion.
Although it is not staged or fake, they tend to have a script so as to spice up the flow of things thereby making the show more dramatic. Despite the fact that the challenges are done by all the cast, it’s the duty of the producers to select which challenge makes it into the telecast. It’s also very interesting to know that punishments meted to losers on the show are filmed separately and not necessarily because of a joker losing the highest number of challenges in an episode like they want us to believe. But that’s not too bad for a reality prank show, is it?