Scott Thompson is a 55-year-old American Stand-up comedian and actor known by his alias, Carrot Top. He is best known for his roles in Chairman of the Board (1998), Scrubs (2001), The Hangover (2009), and Sharknado: The 4th Awakens.
In 1994, he won the American Comedy Award for the Best Male Stand-Up Comic. Carrot Top is also famously known to be the youngest son of a NASA engineer. Continue reading to learn more about his net worth and career.
Net Worth and Income Sources.
Carrot Top has been a stand-up comedian for three decades now. Even though he’s getting older, he has not yet lost his touch. Research done shows that comedians can make around $15K for half-hour specials.
Did you know that Carrot Top has been the front runner of the Luxor Hotel show for over a decade? Since his contract with the hotel was extended, this makes him one of the most consistent comedians of all time. As of 2020, Carrot Top’s net worth sits at $75 million. His annual salary is rumored to be $13Million.
House, Car, Property, Lifestyle.
Carrot Top purchased a house in Lake Maitland, Winter Park, at $925K. The 3254 square feet waterfront house consists of a pool, spa, five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a boat dock. The funny thing is that he had his house painted the same color as his hair. How symbolic is that?
Carrot Top is also known to have purchased a 4386 square foot house in Las Vegas worth $1.9 Million. So far, he has been seen coming out of cars like a red Camaro.
Carrot Top has been working hard to gain fame and stand out from other contemporaries. He is famous for his red curly hair, which he also uses as props. In 1992, he was a guest at ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.’ His appearance on the show gained him a larger fan base. At the same time, he got roles in several films.
In 1995-1999, Carrot Top was the continuity announcer for Cartoon Network. In 1994, he had been starring and producing the show, ‘Carrot Top’s AM Mayhem’ till 1996. In the same year, Carrot Top made his big debut with the movie, Hourglass.
Carrot Top was then featured in ‘Reno 911,’ a satirical comedy show where he played an angry version of himself. His recent appearance was when he featured in an episode of Tosh O.