Jim Breuer is an American stand-up comedian, actor and radio host with a net worth of $3 million. Jim Breuer is probably most renowned for being a former cast member of Saturday Night Live. Breuer also starred with Dave Chappelle in the a 1998 rage stoner comedy “Half Baked” . He was born on June 21, 1967 in Valley Stream, New York. He got his start on Uptown Comedy Club, a weekly television show positioned in Harlem, nyc. He was then a cast member on SNL from 1995 to 1998. Some of his characters include “Goat Boy” and Glen Henderson. Goat Boy was also the host of “Hey, Remember the 80s?” a fictional program that aired on MTV. Early in his career, Breuer was a guest star in the sitcom Home Improvement which starred Tim Allen.
Jim Breuer Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Some of Jim’s other special appearances include several one-hour Comedy Central specials like “Hardcore” in 2002. Later that same year he released Smoke ‘n’ Breu, his first comedy album. On July 25, 2009 his second one-hour special was one of Comedy Central’s highest rated shows titled “Let’s Clear the Air.”
Was high school friends with fellow "SNL" cast member Fred Armisen.
Starting his second season of "Jim Breuer Unleashed" 104 RawDog only on Sirius Satellite Radio January 3rd. [January 2006]
Cousin of actress Nancy Allen.
He is a frequent guest on the Opie and Anthony radio show.
Best known for his "Goat Boy" character from Saturday Night Live.
Daughter Gabrielle born 1999.
Does an uncanny impersonation of Joe Pesci on "The Joe Pesci Show" on "Saturday Night Live" (1975)
Bloodshot stoner eyes
[on doing stand-up before tough audiences] Dude, I would have started throwing things at me right away. Right away. If I was nineteen years old and I was in the parking lot, or wherever I was, and I was putting whatever in my system, and I think Metallica's going on at 8 and some yo-yo goes up who's going to do comedy, I'm looking for everything I can to throw at him.
I consider myself a modern-day dad, where I still got rock'n'roll in me, but yet I take being a parent and relationships very seriously in life. I'm tired of the image of the father as a fat, beer-chugging, stupid guy. That image has to change. I'm changing it, baby, one city at a time.
My kids started looking me up online. I'd see these routines where they weren't filthy, but I was cursing. And I realized, 'Aw, man, I can't let my kids watch this. That's stupid. Why am I cursing so much? Who am I trying to appeal to?