Jimmy Fallon is an American comedian, television host, actor and musician.He is famous as a television cast member.His estimated net worth is 40$ million dollars.He is champion in comedy and one of the greatest tv host of all the time.
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Who is the wife of Jimmy Fallon?
Nancy Juvonen is the Wife of Jimmy Fallon who got married on 22 Dec 2007.Nancy Juvonen is the founder of Flower Films Production, Jimmy Fallon proposed to Nancy on Aug 2007 with a Neil Lane-designed engagement ring.
What is the age of Jimmy Fallon?What is the family background of his parents?
He was born on 19 Sep 1974 in Bay Ridge near Brooklyn, New York.He was the son of Gloria and James W.Fallon.He belongs to Irish, German and Norwegian descent.Luise Schalla is a paternal grandmother, she was a German immigrant from Osterholz-Scharmbeck.And his paternal grandfathers Hasn Hovelsen was the Norwegian immigrant from Fredrikstad
What is the full name of Jimmy Fallon?
James Thomas Fallon Jr. is the original name of Jimmy Fallon.
What is the height and weight of Jimmy Fallon?
He is 6 feet tall approximately 1.83 m.His weight is 72 kg, which is less than the Body Mass Index(BMI).
Is Jimmy Fallon married?How many kids he has?
Yes, he is married and has two daughters.Winnie Rose Fallon was born on July 23, 2013 (age 4) and Frances Cole Fallon Born on Dec 3, 2014 (age 3).
Jimmy Fallon Family and kids
Where did Jimmy Fallon live?What is net worth Jimmy Fallon’s house in the Hamptons?
Comedian Star Jimmy Fallon just purchase $5.7 million worth of apartment in the Hamptons.The house includes 3,500 square foot land with stylish pool, horse stables, room with fireplace, dining room, beautiful kitchen.
What college did Jimmy Fallon go to?
He joined Saugerties High School, from which he graduated in 1992, he participated in many stage production as a comedian’s content.He attended The College Of Saint Rose, where he choose computer science as a major subject, later he switched his field to a comedy career, where he got famous and known as a tv celebrity worldwide.
How did Jimmy Fallon become famous?
Jimmy started stand-up comedy in high school and left out of college to continue his dream career comedy, After 5 years, he launched his Tv program ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon‘, which he got so popular and famous.
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What is the name of social media accounts like Tweeter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube of Jimmy Fallon?
Tweeter Account: Fallon Tonight
- , current page.68.5K
Instagram Account: jimmyfallon
- 420 posts
- 11.1m followers
- 42 following
YouTube Account: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
- Joined Jan 8, 2006
- Total Views 8,774,610,717 views
- 15 million subscribers
Facebook Account: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
- 13,317,645 people like this
- 13,314,459 people follow this
Pinterest Account: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
- 13,966 Followers
- 40 Following
- 14 pins
Jimmy Fallon movies List
- Fever Pitch(2005)
- Almost Famous(2000)
- Whip It (2009)
- Anything Else (2003)
- Factory Girl (2006)
- Arthur and the Invisibles (2006)
- Doogal (2006)
- The Year of Getting to Know Us (2008)
- Arthur and the Revenge of Maltazard (2009)
- Arthur 3: The War of the Two Worlds (2010)
- The Rutles 2: Can’t Buy Me Lunch (2005)
- The Scheme (2000)
- Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Event for Autism Education (2006)
- Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together
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Jimmy Fallon Quotes
“‘Have fun’ is my message. Be silly. You’re allowed to be silly. There’s nothing wrong with it.”
“Everyone looks so much better when they smile.”
“There’s always going to be someone out there… who doesn’t believe in you or who thinks your head is too big or you’re not smart enough. But those are the people you need to ignore, and those are the times you need to just keep doing what you love doing.”
“I’d be nothing without my wife. She’s the coolest. She’s the greatest. She is the smartest. She’s the funniest. I love her so much. She’s like the – it’s like your best friend for the rest of your life.”
“You only think of the best comeback when you leave.”
“Thank you… fat dude with giant headphones on the subway, for looking like what would’ve happened if Jabba the Hutt mated with Princess Leia.”
“L.A., it’s nice, but I think of sunshine and people on rollerblades eating sushi. New York, I think of nighttime, I think of Times Square and Broadway and nightlife and the city that never sleeps.”
“My parents were kind of over
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protective people. I and my sister had to play in the backyard all the time. They brought us bikes for Christmas but wouldn’t let us ride in the street, we had to ride in the backyard. Another Christmas, my dad got me a basketball hoop and put it in the middle of the lawn! You can’t dribble on grass.”
“I was into the Mets because my Dad worked at IBM where he got free Mets tickets, so I was into the Mets… then I got to ‘Saturday Night Live’ where my boss has unbelievable N.Y. Yankees tickets, so he invites us to the games. I’m going to all the games, so I might as well root for the team I’m gonna go sit with.”
“Thank you, hard taco shells, for surviving the long journey from factory, to the supermarket, to my plate and then breaking the moment I put something inside you. Thank you.”
“Thank you… motion sensor hand towel machine. You never work, so I just end up looking like I’m waving hello to a wall robot.”
“I like video games, I like tech, I like being positive.”
“Listening is more important than talking. Just hit your mark and believe what you say. Just listen to people and react to what they are saying.”
“I don’t like to kick people when they’re down. I like to kick people when they’re up.”
“I’m going to the North Pole to help out Santa this year.”
“Thank you, people,,,,, who say ‘Wow, you’re really photogenic,’ for not saying what you really mean: ‘Wow, you’re really ugly in person.'”
“Thank you, horseradish, for being neither a radish nor a horse. What you are is a liar food.”
“I wanted to be the next Dana Carvey. This was my ultimate goal. If I ever cut into a birthday cake and made a wish, I would wish to be on ‘Saturday Night Live.’ If I threw a coin into a fountain, I would wish to be on ‘Saturday Night Live.’ If I saw a shooting star, I would wish to be on ‘Saturday Night Live.'”
“Thank you… Apple, for adding a camera to the iPod Nano. Now it’s just like the iPhone except it can’t make calls. So basically, it’s just like the iPhone.”
Jimmy Fallon inspirational quotes
“Researchers at Yale found a connection between brain cancer and work environment. The No. 1 most dangerous job for developing brain cancer? Plutonium hat model.”
“Don’t keep reaching for the stars because you’ll just look like an idiot stretching that way for no reason.”
“I’m on so late I’m definitely the last seconds of anyone’s attention. So I just want to give them something dumb to laugh at, so they go, ‘That’s funny,’ then fall asleep.”
“Researchers tested a new form of medical marijuana that treats pain but doesn’t get the user high, prompting patients who need medical marijuana to declare, ‘Thank you?'”
“The one thing you shouldn’t do is try to tell a cab driver how to get somewhere.”
“When I was a kid, you would tune in to ‘The Tonight Show’ before you went to sleep. Johnny Carson. A big treat. I know it’s a privilege of mine to be able to be in people’s homes. So I hope I make everyone proud, including my parents, and do a good job in this.”
“Thank you… fantasy football draft, for letting me know that even in my fantasies, I am bad at sports.”
“Sandler’s always good. Tom Hanks gave me some good advice.”
“Politics is pop. Our job as comedians – especially me, as a late-night talk show, which is a broader audience – is to amplify what we think America is thinking.”
“Thank you… adjustable baseball caps with no logo on the front and mesh netting in the back, for being a great way to say, ‘Hi, I’m over 80 years old.'”
“If you’re a sports fan you realize that when you meet somebody, like a girlfriend, they kind of have to root for your team. They don’t have a choice.”
“The fans were so psyched that someone was doing a movie about a Boston fan that they were giving their all.”
“I, of course, wanted to do something with Drew Barrymore. Please. So we were reading scripts back and forth and then we found this script, Fever Pitch.”
“When I see professional clowns, mimes, or people who make balloon animals, I think of their relatives and how disappointed they must be.”
“My wife and I got engaged in New Hampshire at this lake house that her family’s had forever, and it’s on Lake Winnipesaukee. And so we went there every summer as we were dating.”
Jimmy Fallon motivational quotes
“If people want to see you, they’ll find you. If they don’t see you on TV, they’ll find you on the Internet.”
“I wanted to be a Priest at one point. I was pretty religious. I was an altar boy, and I was good at it. Then, I started meeting girls and I’m like ‘You know, maybe I shouldn’t be a Priest.'”
“I’d do entire music videos in my bedroom, where I used to stand in front of my television memorizing the moves to Michael Jackson’s ‘Beat It.'”
“I want to be a dad. That’s floating to the top of my list. I think it’s such an important thing. I’m at the age where everyone has kids, and I ask them, ‘Is it like a puppy?’ And they go, ‘It’s 10 times a puppy.'”
“I never sing in the shower. It’s very dangerous.”
“I just really don’t like being the center of attention that much. It’s kind of ironic.”
“I didn’t act like I was there. I just got into the story.”
“I don’t shoot guns. I don’t know how to do that. I grew Upstate New York, so I fought with my fists”
“Arnold Schwarzenegger’s publicist told USA Today that the actor has not ruled out running for governor of California, saying that he will make a decision soon. Reportedly Arnold needs that time to learn how to pronounce ‘gubernatorial.'”
“I sing in the car if I’m in LA because you’re like soundproofed.”
“It’s all about the script. Reality is key to me and less cutesy.”
“In New York, there are so many potholes, they’re like craters on the moon. That’s another traffic thing.”
“There couldn’t have been a better Hollywood ending for us. It’s beyond baseball. It’s rooting for your family.”
“Leno, Conan. They are both really funny. They really know how to land one.”
“Sometimes in a movie, the lines are so perfect.”
“The running across the field thing, that was the first scene we shot in the movie. We asked the audience to stay for the scene, and 37,000 people stayed.”
“They got a great performance from me. I was happy.”
“We had the guys from X Men 2 do the cameras. They had a 360 camera that would go from one car, up in the air and over to another car in a continuous shot while the film was still rolling, going 90 mph.”
“I became a Yankees fan for a few years. But now, I gotta say, I’m really rooting for the Red Sox.”
“I like to see people laugh who are normally serious.”
“We picked the Red Sox because they lose. If you root for something that loses for 86 years, you’re a pretty good fan. You don’t have to win everything to be a fan of something.”
“I read one chapter of a book and put it down. Thank God for Kindle.”
“I like being absurd. Being silly.”
“I don’t even read the papers. I read ‘USA Today’ because it has color photos.”
“I grew up in an Irish Catholic family, and I think they force you to watch every James Cagney movie.”
“On ‘Late Night,’ it’s like we’re all in on the joke. That’s what I wanted it to be. I’m not doing something sneaky. Inside jokes, I don’t like those. We can all ride together, and everyone’s the same thing going, ‘Aha, I know where you’re going here.'”
“I just feel like people like a little break. Especially at 12:37 at night, you go, like, ‘I’m just tired of the snarky right now. I just want to lie down and have somebody make me laugh for an hour. Entertain me, and then I’m going to sleep with a smile on my face.’ That’s my job; that’s what I do”
“You can’t reinvent the wheel. I remember when we first started out at ‘Late Night,’ we were trying to hire directors, and this guy was like, ‘I see you behind a glass desk.’ I don’t. And he’s like, ‘Yeah, the glass desk.’ I go, ‘I don’t really see me as a glass desk guy.'”
“My dad used to work at IBM, so we used to get discounts on computers and stuff, and I did have a ThinkPad.”
“I don’t want to admit it, but I do enjoy the feedback from the audience. It’s instant feedback. It’s like, you could do a movie, shoot it for a year, wait six months, it comes out and you gotta do three weeks of marketing. Three weeks of that, and everyone goes, ‘It sucks.'”
“My wife and I had been trying a while to have a baby. We tried a bunch of things – so we had a surrogate.”
“I honestly, purposely have not gone to therapy because I know some crazy stuff’s going to be dragged up and, you know, I’ll be like, ‘Wait, what?'”
“People have disliked me. You know, in high school, I wasn’t the most popular kid. I wasn’t the nerdiest kid. I was kind of in the middle.”
“Thank you… ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta,’ for demonstrating a universal truth: Idiots like me will always watch idiots like you fight on TV. You will forever be on my TiVo”
“Thank you… preseason football, for having all the excitement, commercials, and time-outs of the regular season, but with none of the mattering. I appreciate it. Thank you.”
“Anything I learned was just working hard, just keep working and don’t worry about the outside stuff. Whatever happens, will happen.”