Craig Ferguson vs Jimmy Kimmel

Craig Ferguson’s profile picture
Jimmy Kimmel’s profile picture
$30 Million
Net worth 2018
$35 Million
Film & Theater Personalities
Industry
Film & Theater Personalities
Springburn
Residence
Brooklyn, New York
United States
Country
United States
17/05/1962
BirthDay
13/11/1967
1.88 m
Height
1.85 m
Muirfield Primary School, Cumbernauld High School
Education
Ed W. Clark High School University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Arizona State University
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2014

His contract with CBS to host the show extends through 2014

2012

He was also part of the voice cast of ‘Brave’, a computer-animated award winning fantasy comedy released in 2012

2010

He lent his voice to ‘Gobber the Belch’ in the 2010 3D computer-animated fantasy film ‘How to Train Your Dragon’

2009

In 2009, he published his memoir ‘American on Purpose: The Improbable Adventures of an Unlikely Patriot’

2006

He made his debut as a writer in 2006 with the publication of his novel ‘Between the Bridge and the River’

2005

His first show as host was broadcasted on January 3, 2005 while December 15, 2009 marked his 1000th episode as host

2004

He succeeded Craig Kilborn as the host on CBS’s ‘The Late Late Show’ in December 2004 and his first show as the regular host was aired in January 2005

1999

Apart from doing stand-up comedy and hosting shows, Ferguson also wrote and starred in three films, also directing one of them: ‘The Big Tease’ (1999), ‘Saving Grace’ (2000) and ‘I’ll Be There’ (2003)

1994

He moved to Los Angeles, US in 1994 and got his first role as a baker in the short-lived comedy ‘Maybe this Time’, which also starred Betty White and Marie Osmond

1993

Apart from comedy, he also presented his series on Scottish archaeology in 1993, titled ‘Dirt Detective’, which focused on historical sites throughout Scotland

1989

His first television appearance was as ‘Confidence’ in an episode of sitcom ‘Red Dwarf’ in 1989

2012

His successful talk show ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ has aired for a total of 1,826 episodes as of 2012, making it the longest running late-night talk show in the history of ABC Network

2010

In 2010, he appeared on a video game commercial titled ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops’

2009

In October 2009, he started dating Molly McNearney, a co-head writer for ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

2004

In 2004, he lent his voice as ‘Spanky’ in ‘Garfield: The Movie’, an American live-action film directed by Peter Hewitt

2003

In 2003, he began to host his own late-night talk show, ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ on ABC network

2001

In 2001, he played the role of ‘Deaths Dog’ in the ‘Mr

2000

In 2000, he was the voice of ‘Corky’, a talking dog in the American comedy film ‘Road Trip’, directed and written by Todd Phillips

1999

The game show ‘Win Ben Stein's Money’ has won five Daytime Emmy Awards and the hosts of the show shared the Emmy Award in the category, ‘Outstanding game Show Host’ in 1999

1997

In 1997, he appeared on television as a co-host of the game show ‘Win Ben Stein's Money’ that was broadcast on the Comedy Central Network

1996

In 1996, he was seen on Fox Network promos, where he made an appearance as ‘Jimmy the fox guy’

1989

In 1989, he got his first job in the Seattle based radio station, ‘KZOK-FM’, as the co-host for the show ‘The Me And Him Show’

1988

In June of 1988, he married his long-time girlfriend Gina and the couple had two children together