Joe Gatto (comedian) Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Wife, Kids, Daughter, Net Worth, Movies and TV Shows
Joe Gatto Biography
This is what you need to know about Joseph Gatto Jr., an American comedian, actor, and producer. Gatto is a member of The Tenderloins, a comedy troupe consisting of Sal Vulcano, James Murray, and Brian Quinn. Along with the other members of The Tenderloins, Gatto stars in the television series Impractical Jokers.
Joe Gatto Age
Joseph Gatto Jr. was born on June 5, 1976, in Staten Island, New York, U.S.He is 45 years old as of 2021.
Joe Gatto Height and Weight
1.78 m tall
- 85 kg
Joe Gatto Wife
Joe is married to his wife Bessy Gatto. The couple has been married since 2013 and has two kids. She has appeared on Impractical Jokers a few times, usually to make Joe lose a challenge.
Joe Gatto Kids
Joe and Bessy are parents of their two kids Milana Francis Gatto and
Remington Joseph Gatto.
Joe Gatto Daughter
Milana Gatto is a daughter to Joe Gatto born on May 7, 2015. Her mother posted the first photo of her to Instagram in October of 2015, captioning it with “My favs.”
Joe Gatto Parents
Joe’s father died in 1995 from pancreatic cancer due to alcohol poisoning. Joe does not drink as a result, making him and Murr the only Jokers who don’t drink. His mother died in 2012. Joe has a sister named Carla who appears in one episode.
Joe Gatto Net Worth
Gatto has an estimated net worth of $5 Million U.S dollars. His career as a comedian and actor is the primary source of his income.
Joe Gatto Education
Gatto went to Monsignor Farrell High School. Along with Murray, Vulcano, and Quinn, he was a member of his high school’s Improvisation Club. He studied at LIU Post, where he received a degree in Accounting.
Joe Gatto Career
After being apart for years, Murray, Gatto, and Vulcano reunited after graduating from college and started practicing improvisation at Gatto’s house, going on to tour as an improv and sketch comedy troupe in 1999, calling themselves The Tenderloins.
The Tenderloins started producing comedy sketches together, posting them on YouTube, MySpace, and Metacafe, accumulating millions of views online. In 2007, the troupe won the $100,000 grand prize in the NBC It’s Your Show competition for the sketch “Time Thugs”.
Impractical Jokers and other television shows
Impractical Jokers premiered on TruTV on December 15, 2011. The first season was watched by over 32 million viewers. The show quickly became the most popular series on TruTV and has boosted Gatto into the public eye. Gatto is the least punished Joker on the show.
Gatto, along with the other members of The Tenderloins, starred in The Misery Index in 2019, which is hosted by Jameela Jamil and is based on Andy Breckman’s card game “Shit Happens”.