Tim Dillon is an American comedian, talk show host and actor. He is best known for his famous podcast, The Tim Dillon Show. He was one of Patreon’s top creators with his series and continues to become one of the top podcasters today. As of 2022, Tim Dillon has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Dillon was born on January 22, 1985 in Island Park, New York. He comes from an Irish Catholic family. When he was a child, his parents separated and his mother was soon diagnosed with schizophrenia.
His first exposure to public media was when he tried to be a child actor. He received a brief role in the children’s classic Sesame Street in 1994. He was featured on the show twice.
When he grew up, he didn’t immediately decide to be an actor. At first, it marketed subprime mortgages. He fell into housing crisis in 2008 after buying a house at the age of 22.
Tim spent time at Lisa’s Lounge, a local bar which inspired several ideas for his future work. Dillon started doing stand-up comedy in 2010 while working as a tour guide in New York.
He moved to Los Angeles and began gaining recognition in 2016 and 2017. Rolling Stone named him one of “10 Comedians You Need to Know” after performing at the Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal.
Dillon has appeared on The Chris Gethard Show, The Chris Gethard Election Special 2016, and Comedy Knockout. He was on tour in 2021 and he has concerts scheduled for the rest of 2022. He will go to Denver, Albany, Bensalem, Brea, Baltimore and Concord.
The Tim Dillon Show
When he first came to attention in 2016, he premiered his podcast on the GaS digital network. The podcast, which was originally called Tim Dillon Goes to Hell, featured monologues from Dillon and his co-host Ray Kump.
Due to their success, they secured interviews with senior state officials and investigative journalists. Tim left the network later and in 2019 he renamed the show with his current name. He also started on Patreon around this time.
Today, his YouTube channel has 418,000 subscribers and he has over 41,000 patrons. His other social media handles are also doing well. He has 618,000 followers on Twitter and 537,000 on Instagram.
Although he earns for YouTube, his main source of income is Patreon, where he uploads additional content from Tim Dillon Goes To Hell. He took off immediately, and in 2020 he was one of the top creators on the site.
It offers two subscription packages, one for $5 per month and another for $20. This led to Dillon earning an annual income of $1.5 million on the platform.
After a brief stay in Austin, Texas, Tim moved to Los Angeles. He has suffered from drug addiction in the past, but is currently sober. Tim Dillon is gay and came out at the age of 25. However, there is no news of him having a boyfriend.