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Tim Dillon Career
Before becoming a comedian, Dillon worked as an office printer salesman and a mortgage broker during the subprime mortgage crisis. When the market crashed, he became a New York City tour guide. He entered the stand-up scene around 2010.
After a 2016 appearance at the Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal, Rolling Stone named Dillon as one of the “10 Comedians You Need to Know” in 2017. Along with Luis J. Gomez and Nick Mullen, Dillon was also a co-host of the Real Ass Podcast spin-off podcast Bastard Radio in 2020.
Tim Dillon Personal life
As of March 2021, he resides in Los Angeles, after briefly living in Austin, Texas.Dillon is gay and came out at the age of 25.He struggled with substance abuse in his past. According to Dillon, he started using drugs and alcohol at the age of 13, and had become a cocaine addict by 18. He has been sober for several years.
He is also a real estate investor, owning a home in Austin, Texas, and a $4 million estate in the Hamptons, New York. However, he has since released a response on his YouTube channel contesting the alleged value of the deal, claiming that it was in fact around $2.4 million.
Tim Dillon Net Worth
Tim Dillon is worth $3 million (estimated). His main sources of income are podcasting and standup comedy. Though he has progressed as a standup comedian, he makes most of his money through his podcast. He frequently performs stand-up comedy shows and gets a lot of money from them.
His podcast, on the other hand, is worth millions. On Patreon, he earns almost $2.5 million from his Patrons. He offers two monthly subscription levels for $5 and $20, respectively. He currently has slightly over 39,000 Patrons. He also receives money from YouTube and Spotify streaming and sponsorships. His revenues from these platforms, however, have yet to be reported.