Karl Pilkington Net Worth | Celebrity Net Worth
What is Carl Pilkington’s net worth?
Carl Pilkington is an English television and radio personality, travel show presenter, writer, actor and former radio producer who has a net worth of $3 million. Pilkington rose to prominence in the early 2000s when producing and performing Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant’s XFM radio program.
On television, Carl “The Ricky Gervais Show” (2010-2012), the travel documentary series “An Idiot Abroad” (2010-2012), Gervais’s series “Derek” (2012-2014), the documentary series ” The Mooning of Life” (2013–2015), and the comedy series “Sick of It” (2018–2020).
Pilkington is the founder of the Gervais and Merchant television production company Risk Productions, and Carl has published several books including “The World of Carl Pilkington” (2006), “HappySlapped by a Jellyfish” (2007), “An Idiot Abroad”. : The Travel Diaries of Carl Pilkington” (2010), and “The Mooning of Life: The Worldly Wisdom of Carl Pilkington” (2013).
Carl Pilkington was born on 23 September 1972 in Sail, Greater Manchester, England. He grew up with mother Dorothy, father Alan, an older brother and an older sister in the Racecourse Estate neighborhood, and attended Ashton-on-Mercy School. Carl has said that he didn’t like school and only showed up to sell copies of the video game to other students, adding, “I wasn’t going to school to learn, I was going to earn.” Pilkington dropped out of school at age 15 and worked as a disc and cassette printer as part of the Youth Training Plan program.
Karl moved to London to work as a producer at radio station XFM, and later became head of production. In 2001, he began working on “The Ricky Gervais Show” as a producer, but when Gervais and Stephen Merchant asked him to appear on the show, he gained popularity with listeners and became the show’s main presenter. Went. Pilkington also created features such as “Educating Ricky” and “Monkey News” for the show. In 2010, “The Ricky Gervais Show” was turned into an animated HBO/Channel 4 series, which aired 39 episodes over three seasons. Carl also worked with Gervais and Merchant on the 2007 “Extras” series finale and “An Idiot Abroad”, and was an extra in the 2010 film “Gemetery Junction”, which Ricky and Stephen wrote, directed and appeared in. Gave. In 2012, Pilkington began playing Dougie on the Gervais Channel 4 series “Derek”, appearing in eight episodes. He has also appeared in the 2012 Indian film “Chingari” and the television series “Flipside TV” (2003), “3 Minute Wonder” (2006), and “Comedy Lab” (2007). Carl starred in the travel documentary series “The Morning of Life” from 2013 to 2015 and the Sky One comedy series “Sick of It” (which he co-produced) from 2018 to 2020. He has also done voice-over work for many. Companies including Vodafone, Unilever and Sony PSP.
Since the 90s, Carl has been in a relationship with Susan Whiston, a journalist, media personality and producer whom he met while they were both working for Manchester radio station 103. Pilkington was a supporter of football club Manchester City during his time. Young, but he switched allegiance to Manchester United in the 90s. He said in 2018, “I think supporting United is like having a tortoise as a pet. I had a tortoise, and they’re not amusing to watch. You don’t see them, but you know That you’ve got some responsibility to show some interest. That’s what I do with United. I keep an eye on them.” In 2014, Carl designed a card for the charitable organization Thomas Quorum Foundation to be auctioned on eBay.
Awards and nominations
In 2010, Pilkington received a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Animated Program for “The Ricky Gervais Show” and was nominated for Best Presenter for “An Idiot Abroad” at the Factual Entertainment Awards in 2011. “The Ricky Gervais Show” also earned him. A TV Quick Award nomination for Best Comedy Show in 2011. In 2012, Carl received a Broadcasting Press Guild Award nomination for Best Multichannel Program and a National Television Award nomination for Most Popular Factual Program for “An Idiot Abroad”.
In 2015, Pilkington paid £2 million for a seaside house in Sandbanks, a small peninsula in Dorset, England. The home includes four bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a cinema room and a roof terrace with views of Poole Harbor.
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