If you’ve ever seen the hit TV show Impractical Jokers, you’ve probably heard of Sal Vulcano. Since the show’s inception in 2011, Sal Vulcano, along with Brian Quinn, James Murray, and Joe Gatto, has received numerous positive reviews from critics.
Sal, in addition to being an actor in Impractical Joker, carries some comedian and producer genes within him. While many people are unaware, the funny guy is also a writer.
Sal Vulcano: Early Life
Sal was born on November 5, 1976, as Salvatore Edward Anthony Vulcano. Sal is an American citizen because he was born in New York, USA. Furthermore, he is of Italian/Cuban/Puerto Rican descent.
Sal was raised by his parents, Dianne Fernandez and Sal Vulcano Sr., and his sister, Jenna Vulcano. However, parental love and compassion were taken away from him when he was four years old when his parents divorced.
In terms of education, Sal graduated from Monsignor High School with a high school diploma. To broaden his knowledge, he attended John’s University and graduated in 1998 with a degree in Finance. Surprisingly, he ended up creating a hilarious TV show with his high school friends.
Is Sal Vulcano Gay?
When you reach a certain level of celebrity, people are naturally curious about your sexual orientation. It was no different for Sal. Except for the fact that Sal devised a complex scheme to conceal his sexual orientation.
What had happened was that when Sal confessed to his three friends on national television that he was gay, one of them, James Murray, also came out as gay.
Later in the same interview, he revealed that it was a carefully crafted plan to assist his gay friend James in coming out of the closet.
Who Is Sal Vulcano’s Wife?
Now that Sal has been cleared of the gay rumor, the only question is, who is he dating now? Or, if he has ever dated, who has been his previous girlfriend?
Sal was once all over the media, and people were clamoring across the Internet to find out who he was married to. Anyone want to guess who started the wave? The man in question. He sent out a tweet in which he mentioned his wife and hinted at being married.