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Adam Carolla is an American radio host, TV host, comedian, and actor. Carolla is known for co-hosting the radio show Loveline from 1995 to 2005 (and its TV version on MTV from 1996 to 2000), co-hosting The Man Show from 1999 to 2004, and co-creating and performing on the TV show Crank Yankers (2002-2007). He was born on May 27, 1964.
Carolla has been on TV shows, talk radio shows, in movies (both independent movies and movies made by the big studios), on the Internet, in podcasts, and in other forms of media.
Adam Carolla had to work more than one job. One of them was as a sports trainer. So, he helped Jimmy Kimmel train for a fight, shown on the KROQ-FM show Kevin and Bean. It made him friends with Kimmel for a long time. After a while, they started doing business together. Carolla got to know the directors of Kevin and Bean and met Mark Itkin while he was teaching Kimmel how to host. So, Adam and Dennis Prager started hosting the radio show Loveline together.
The style of the show was primarily call-in, which means that people could ask the hosts about sensitive topics like intimacy and love. Carolla spent a lot of time on the show thinking about different things.
In 2005, Carolla got a deal with this morning radio show he hosted. The radio show's first broadcast was in 2006, and it was a big hit. Carolla had many famous people on his show for interviews. Once, he talked to DJ Khaled. The episode did very well; you can listen to it on YouTube. Adam put the podcast up on his website at the beginning of 2009. It had the most downloads of anything on iTunes.
Carolla has even gotten in trouble with the law because of his projects. He was accused of breaking Personal Audio's patent because of what he wrote. He used a crowdfunding site to get money to pay for his defense against the charges. Personal Audio eventually dropped the lawsuit, and both sides decided not to talk to the media.
Adam has also made it his goal to work in television. Even though he has been on many shows, he has never stuck with one for a long time. Most of the time, he was on shows with his friend Jimmy Kimmel. So, The Man Show was his first show on TV. Later, he devised ideas for Jimmy Kimmel Live! and acted in several of its episodes.