The Impractical Joker James Murray have the shortest marriage of all time. Has Marriage lost its meaning? Read along to know more about James Murray, his wiki, height, marriage, his sexuality, his wife, net worth and bio.
James Murray is one of the founders of troupe Tenderloins which released the Impractical Joker’s comedy show. He rose to fame in 1999 when he and his friends formed the group Troupe Tenderloins. Everything is going well in James Muray’s life, but his marriage was indeed a very shocking one. Continue reading to know in detail about James Murray, his failed marriage, his sexuality, age, bio, and net worth.
Shortest Marriage! James Murray and his wife, Jeena Vulcano
The impractical Joker married Jeena Vulcano on October 30, 2014. Jeena Vulcano is the sister of Sal Vulcano who is also an Impractical Joker. She appeared in some series of Impractical Jokers too. Everybody was taken by surprise when they announced their marriage. Was it real or just a joke?
It was indeed a real one, and all his family members and friends attended the marriage ceremony. However, the next day James Murray tweeted,
Oh, 2 more things. Yes I legally married Sal’s sister, no joke. And yes we annulled the marriage…after the honeymoon night! Revenge rocks.
— Murr (@jamessmurray) October 31, 2014
They mutually annulled the marriage after the next day. It was an act of revenge against Sal Vulcano who had punished James Murray with skydiving from a plane and getting a tattoo which was the same punishment. Hence, Marrying his sister was an act of sweet revenge on James Murray’s side.
How much does James Murray earn? What is his net worth?
James Murray has an estimated net worth is $2 million. The Impractical Joker is amongst the high-income earners in the group of a troupe. His income is generated from his performance as an impractical Joker as well as Tenderloins. More so he is creators, executive producers of truTV’s hit series, “Impractical Jokers” alongside the group members.
Beyond TV shows, Murray and his Tenderloin friends find themselves busy performing in front of live audience in tours across the United States as well in the United Kingdom. The popularity of group is well evident who has played in front of hundreds of thousands including three sold-out nights at Radio City Music Hall, a sold-out Madison Square Garden, and five sold-out shows at London’s O2 Arena.
James Murray sexuality, Is he a Gay?
In the Daytime Talk Show hosted by Sally Jessy, Sal Vulcano declared he was gay. James Murray also confessed out that he was gay. However, Sal later withdrew his statement saying he did that to help James Murray confess without being afraid. James Murray is gay and is serious about his sexuality.
James Murray Biography
The Impractical Joker was born on 1st May 1976 in Staten Island, New York, USA. His full name is James Stephen Murray, and his nickname is Murr and Murray. He is 43 years old and stands tall at 5 feet 11 inches. His nationality is American, and he is part of ‘The Tenderloins’ the comedy troupe behind Impractical Jokers. His associates of comedy troupe are Sal Vulcano, Brian Quinn, and Joe Gatto.
He attended Monsignor Farrell High School(1994) later attended Georgetown University where he received BA in English (1994-1998). Beside Comedy, he is also an author and has written many books like “Awakened A Novel,” “The Brink An Awakened” and “Impractical Jokers: The book.” He was married to Jenna Vulcano but got their annulment right the next day of their marriage. He has no children and is an openly gay person neither has adopted any.
James Murray Career and rise to prominence of Tenderloins
Long before glory days James and his friends performed improv comedy during high school even though for fun. After college James met Sal Vulcano soon the two reunited with high school friend Joe Gatto and another friend, Mike Boccio. For six months they practiced improv at Joe’s house three days a week. Officially, they formed comedy troupe “Tenderloins” in 1999. Briefly, it also consists Gideon Horowitz who left the group for personal reasons.
The group performed live show years after years but were still limited to internet success. Mike Boccio was out of the group around 2005 subsequently new fourth member Brian “Q” Quinn replaced him in 2006. The big break for the group came in the year 2007 when they entered NBC “It’s Your Show competition” and won $100,000 grand prize for their video “Time Thugs.” It also opened the door for their TV show. At first, their scripted comedy pilot for Spike TV failed to turn into series. Eventually, Tenderloins got their big shot with Tru TV which announced comedy series Impractical Jokers on April 12, 2011. And the rest is history!