Carrot Top Net Worth

Net Worth: $75 Million
Source of wealth:

Stand Up Comedy

Full Name Scott Thompson
Birth Place Rockledge, Florida
Date of Birth Feb 25, 1965 (age 56)
Nationality United States of America
Ethnicity Cacuasian
Occupation Stand Up Comedian
Height 5'9
Marital Status single
Children none
Education Florida Atlantic University, Marketing degree
Last Updated
May 13, 2016

About Scott Thompson


Carrot Top Net Worth 

With a net worth of $75 million, Carrot Top began performing stand up comedy while he was in college. He continued to perform stand up routines at colleges all over the country. Carrot Top was nominated for two awards; Comedian of the Year and Performer of the Year. His nomination came from the National Association of Campus Activities.

Early Career

Starting in 1995, Carrot Top worked as Cartoon Network’s announcer. From 1994 to 1996 he had a show on the Cartoon Network called Carrot Top’s AM Mayhem. Starting in 2001 Carrot Top appeared on several TV shows, including Space Ghost Coast to Coast, also a Cartoon Network show. The 2002 movie Rules of Attraction featured Carrot Top doing commentary.

Las Vegas

In 2005, Carrot Top began headlining his own show at Las Vegas’s Luxor Hotel & Casino. He is famous for the stage props he uses during these performances. Starting in 2008, Carrot Top was performing his show at the Luxor for 15 weeks out of the year. He chose the Luxor because George Carlin, his comedy hero, often performed there as well.

TV Roles

One of Carrot Top’s most notable TV appearances was in 2006 on Reno 911. He played a fictional version of himself in which he trashed a hotel room he was staying in and attempted to steal a police car after resisting arrest as a result. Two years later he served as a guest judge on Last Comic Standing, as the contestants had to engage in the prop comedy he had become famous for.

His 2010 appearances included Don’t Forget The Lyrics and a segment on The Jay Leno Show. The next year he went on to guest star on a new episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. He also made an appearance on the Red Eye w/Greg Gutfield, where he served as a guest panelist. In 2016 he also filled the role of @midnight panelist.