This article will answer every question you have about Sal Iacono. Below are some of the frequently asked questions about him.
- What does Sal do for a living?
- Who are Sal’s parents and siblings?
- What are Sal’s interests and hobbies?
- Is Sal married or does he have a girlfriend/ boyfriend?
- Does Sal have any children?
- Where is Sal now?
- How tall is Sal?
- How much money does Sal earn?
- What is Sal’s net worth?
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Who is Sal Iacono?
Sal Iacono also known as Cousin Sal is an American popularly known for being an attorney, comedian, writer, and game show host. He is widely recognized for his roles on The Man Show and the late-night television show Jimmy Kimmel Live!. Moreover, he is Jimmy Kimmel’s cousin, thus his nickname is Cousin Sal.
How Old Is Sal Iacono?
He is 50 years old as of June 2022, having been born on July 5, 1971, in Brooklyn, New York, U.S. Sal shares his birthdate with celebrities such as; Park Ji-min, Hasbulla Magomedov, Mya Rodriguez, Vixella, Jay Alvarrez, and many more.
Sal Iacono Family
Who are Sal Iacono Parents?
He was born to Franc Iacono and Vincent Iacono.
Does Sal Iacono have Siblings?
He has a younger sister by the name of Ivy Iacono born on April 11, 1975. His sister is an actress.
Sal Iacono education
He received his high school education at Elwood-John Glenn High School where he graduated in 1989. After high school, he attended the State University of New York at Oswego where he earned a degree in Public Justice in 1993. He went on to study law at Touro Law Center where he received his Juris Doctor in 1996.
Sal Iacono Marital Status
He is married to the love of his life Melissa Iacono. They reside near Los Angeles.
San Iacono Kids
He and his wife Melissa have three kids, three sons by the names Archie, Jack, and Harrison.
Sal Iacono Career
A Television Writing and Hosting Career
His first portrayal in television writing was on the Fox Sports program Sports Genuises, a sports-themed game show starring Matt Vasgersian on which also he appeared nightly in a trivia challenge. After that, he then joined the writing staff of Comedy Central’s The Man Show, where he starred with Adam Carolla and his cousin Jimmy Kimmel. He then joined his cousin in 2002 during his weekly prognostication on Fox NFL Sunday. And also wrote for the puppet show Crank Yankers. When co-host Nancy Pimental left Win Ben Stein’s Money show in 2002, Sal then replaced her thus becoming Ben Stein’s co-host and comic tormentor. He was then the co-host for the rest of the series run and thus was nominated for an Emmy Award in the Outstanding Game Show Host category.
A Career in Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Since 2003, Sal has been a permanent member of Jimmy Kimmel Live! writing staff. Moreover, he makes appearances frequently on the show in comedy sketches.
A Career in WWE
On May 16, 2008, on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Sal had a birthday cake delivered to his cousin Kimmel on air by his favorite wrestler Rowdy Roddy Piper. He and Piper were confronted by Santino Marella who had the cake thrown at him and was attacked by Sal. As a result, the following Monday, Santino (dressed as Piper) brought Sal to the ring on Monday Night raw to “apologize” to “Cousin Sal”. Then the real Piper entered the ring and Santino got his own apology cake thrown at him while on his way back to the locker room, he challenged Sal to a wrestling match, which Piper accepted on behalf of Sal. Thus the match took place on June 3, 2008, at the Friday Night Smackdown! tappings. And Sal was accompanied to the ring by Kimmel and Piper and won the match.
A Career in Podcasts
Sal also is a regular guest on The Bill Simmons Podcast. He as “Cousin Sal” picks the lines for the next week’s NFL games depending on the Dallas Cowboys and talks about sports and sports betting with Bil. During the 2010 NFL season, he joined the Adam Carolla Podcast on Mondays to discuss the previous Sunday’s NFL action. Sal, therefore, became the host of the ‘Against All Odds’ gambling podcast in May 2017 part of Simmons’s Ringer Podcast Network. In July 2020, he debuted a new podcast called Extra Points with his friend Dave Dameshek as part of a newly formed sports gambling media company of the same name founded by Sal.
A Writing Career
In addition to his appearances on Bill Simmons’s podcast, he was also a regular columnist on Grantland.com. This was a sports and pop culture website formerly run by Simmons. In early 2021, his book called You Can’t Lose Them All was released.
A Fox Sports Career
In addition to his multiple careers, he is also an analyst on the Fox sports gambling show Fox Bet Live. The series premiere was on September 10, 2018. Sal was a guest prognosticator with his cousin, Jimmy Kimmel, on FOX NFL Sunday in 2002. Starting in 2019 for FOX NFL Thursday, he will be the prognosticator. His cousin also made a guest appearance of it.
San Iacono Height and Measurements
Adding up to his well-built body is a height of 5ft 7inches (1.7m) and an unknown weight.
Sal Iacono Salary and Net Worth
His salary or income is not mentioned on the internet but has a net worth of $3 million.