Jimmy Dore Bio, Age, Wiki, Net Worth, Height, Wife, House, Parents, Kids, Films

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Jimmy Dore Biography and Wiki

Jimmy Dore is a stand-up comedian, political commentator, and YouTube personality from the United States. He is the host of The Jimmy Dore Show, a YouTube comedy talk show in which he interviews political, economic, and scientific guests. Dore’s material is frequently presented satirically, with sketch comedy routines.

Jimmy Dore Education

He attended Catholic schools for twelve years, which he found very strict, before enrolling in Illinois State University and dropping out after three years to work as a forklift driver. He later graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a degree in marketing communications.

Jimmy Dore Age and Birthday

How old is Dore?  Dore was born James Patrick Anthony Dore on July 26, 1965, in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He is 57 years old as of 2022. He celebrates his birthday every 26th of July.

Jimmy Dore Height and Measurements

His height is not yet disclosed. However, details about his other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible. The information about his measurements is currently under review. ALSO READ: Jake Johnson

Jimmy Dore’s Parents and Family

Dore was born on July 26, 1965, in southwest Chicago, Illinois. He grew up in the South Side, a working-class neighborhood. Dore’s father was a police officer who also ran a bricklaying business. He is the youngest of seven boys out of eleven siblings. Because of his large family, Dore became accustomed to performing in front of an audience at a young age.

Jimmy Dore’s Wife | Married and Kids

He had a partner Stefane Zamorano who lived together in Pasadena, California From 1997 to 2020.

Jimmy Dore House

Jim and his partner before splitting purchased a home in Studio City, Los Angeles, however, more information concerning his house is still under review to be updated later.

Jimmy Dore House Career

In 1989, Dore began performing stand-up comedy in Chicago. In 1995, he moved to Los Angeles, where he got his big break on Comedy Central’s Make Me Laugh. He has stated that he began pursuing his career after seeing many late-night talk shows and believing he could outperform them. George Carlin, Jerry Seinfeld, and Bill Hicks are among the stand-up comedians who influenced Dore. Dore has performed stand-up comedy on late-night television shows including ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, CBS’s The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, and NBC’s Late Friday. On April 9, 2004, he was the featured performer in a Comedy Central Presents half-hour special. He also wrote and performed in the off-Broadway show The Marijuana-Logues.

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Dore has appeared at the Tropicana Comedy Stop in Las Vegas, the Palms’ Playboy Comedy Club, Reno’s Catch a Rising Star, and Harrah’s on the Las Vegas Strip. He has appeared at several comedy festivals, including Just for Laughs in Montreal, the United States Comedy Arts Festival, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and the Amsterdam Comedy Festival, as well as for US troops in Afghanistan. Dore transitioned from a standard stand-up set to a 50-minute show, which he later toured. Citizen Jimmy, Dore’s new show, premiered at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (UCB Theatre) in Hollywood. Dore’s new act included video clips of politicians, journalists, television personalities, and entertainers, and he was surprised that no one else was doing it.

The Central New Jersey Home News Tribune described Dore’s comedy style in 2006 as “incendiary” and “based on what makes most Americans angry and uncomfortable.” Dore’s stand-up, in which he “riffs off the faux pas and flubs of famous folks,” was compared to Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show in a Chicago Tribune article. Dore launched the podcast Comedy and Everything Else in May 2008. Todd Glass, who left the show in late 2009, and then Dore’s wife Stefane Zamorano co-hosted the show. Jim Gaffigan, David Spade, Maria Bamford, and Kyle Cease were among the comedians who appeared on the podcast.

Dore’s hour-long special Citizen Jimmy, based on his UCB show of the same name, aired on Comedy Central in August 2008. The special was named “Best of 2008” by iTunes, and the accompanying DVD was named one of the year’s top five comedy DVDs by Punchline Magazine. Dore also appeared in the documentary film Super High Me that year. Dore hosted a monthly show at the UCB Theatre called Left, Right, and Ridiculous. In 2014, his first book, Your Country Is Just Not That Into You, was released. Sentenced to Live, another comedy special, was released on October 6, 2015.

Dore began producing The Jimmy Dore Show, a weekly one-hour comedic look at the news that aired nationally on the Pacifica Radio Network and originated at KPFK 90.7 FM in Los Angeles. The show aired online via The Young Turks’ TYT Network, a political commentary show. Dore was a frequent guest host on Current TV’s broadcast television version of The Young Turks and continued to collaborate with Uygur on The Young Turks online. Dore debuted The Jimmy Dore Show on YouTube as part of the TYT Network show The Point with Ana Kasparian. Dore quickly started his own YouTube channel, broadcasting from his garage, and by 2019, he had nearly daily videos and weekly livestreams. Dore began hosting his own show, “Aggressive Progressives,” on the TYT network.

Jimmy Dore Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of 4 million dollars.

Jimmy Dore Films

  • It’s Not Brain Surgery 2000
  • Really? 2008
  • Citizen Jimmy 2008
  • Sentenced to Live 2015