Though he’s has over two decades of experience in show business and a large fanbase, here are some things his fans might not know about him. However, when he got to junior high, he discovered that being the class clown and telling jokes to his classmates allowed him to open up and be less introverted in a different way.“Younger in life I was always kind of quiet and shy and I think I kind of grew into myself as I got older, I became more of a class clown as I got to junior high,” he explained. Carrot Top states on his website that he feels no one can top his signature Carrot Top prop comedy act and he is very proud of that. “I’ve challenged comics to write me a prop and they can’t.He appeared as himself in "Man Up," an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, which was originally broadcast January 6, 2011, in Family Guy in 2006, in the episode "Petergeist", and Scrubs. He appeared alongside country artist Toby Keith in the music video for Keith's song Red Solo Cup and also appeared alongside Keith as he performed the song in the audience as a member of Keith's entourage at the 2011 ACM Awards.He has appeared on numerous nighttime television talk shows.No sooner, he forsake his regular job to take up a career in comedy.Over the years, he has appeared in a number of talk shows and comedy series including ‘Larry the Cable Guy's Christmas Spectacular’, ‘Criss Angel Mindfreak’, ‘Scrubs’, ‘Politically Incorrect’, ‘Reno 911! Additionally, he acted in various movies including, ‘Chairman of the Board’, ‘Weakest Link’, ‘The Aristocrats’, ‘Family Guy’ and ‘The Hangover’.Carrot Top attributes his smaller frame to exercising less. He got his start in comedy while attending college.
He was one of the roasters at the Comedy Central Roast of Flavor Flav and Gene Simmons Roast.
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Carrot Top was spotted with Criss Angel and company at Vanity nightclub in the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas with a blonde on his arm that he faked affection with for the cameras!
“My way of fitting in was through jokes and making people laugh. I just kind of wanted a normal build,” he explained. All comedians can use plays on words or puns but writing a visual joke is something else. I have to write my own material and make my own props because no one sells what I do better than me.
I wasn't the jock (I know, it's hard to tell) or the good-lookin' stud. My way of making people like me was to make 'em laugh.” 4. In a past interview with Esquire, Carrot Top noted that his fans are often surprised to see him in person because he is much smaller than they imagined. I’m happy not only that I have my own style but that I’ve been an original from the very start.” 2.