Sal Vulcano is an American stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and producer. He was born on November 6, 1976, in Staten Island, New York.
Vulcano's comedy career began in the early 2000s when he started performing stand-up at clubs and venues throughout New York City. He quickly gained a following for his sharp wit and engaging stage presence, which combined observational humor with personal anecdotes and self-deprecating humor.
In 2011, Vulcano co-created and starred in the hit comedy series "Impractical Jokers" on TruTV, along with his childhood friends and fellow comedians Joe Gatto, James Murray, and Brian Quinn. The show features the four friends pulling elaborate pranks and dares on unsuspecting members of the public, and it quickly became a fan favorite, running for over 200 episodes.
In addition to his work on "Impractical Jokers," Vulcano has also acted in TV shows and movies, including "The Misery Index," "12 Monkeys," and "Joker." He has also hosted several podcasts, including "What Say You?" with Brian Quinn and "Hey Babe!" with Chris Distefano.
Throughout his career, Vulcano has gained a reputation as a friendly and engaging comedian, with a natural talent for improvisation and a gift for physical comedy. His humor is often grounded in the everyday experiences of ordinary people, and he is known for his ability to find the humor in even the most mundane situations.
Today, Vulcano continues to perform stand-up comedy and act in TV shows and movies. He remains one of the most popular and recognizable comedians in the industry, known for his infectious energy and his ability to make audiences laugh.