- Jimmy Fallon listed his Gramercy Park triplex in March 2021 for $15 mil.
- Fallon is currently living with his family in his $5.7 mil mansion in the Hamptons.
- Jimmy has been married to producer, Nancy Juvonen, since 2007.
- Jimmy Fallon has two daughters, Winnie Rose (born 2013) and Frances Cole (born 2014).
James Thomas Fallon Jr. is an American comedian, singer, producer, actor, and talk show host. Fallon has become a household name over the years – with many being first introduced to the comedian during his time working on Saturday Night Live (1998-2004). Following SNL, Fallon starred in several films including Fever Pitch (2005) and The Year of Getting to Know Us (2008) before finally nabbing his role as host of NBC’s late-night talk show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (2009-2014). He would go on to host The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (2014-present) also featured on NBC. Jimmy Fallon has earned quite a nice net worth for his time on television, but have you ever wondered how he spends his money? Velvet Ropes has all the info you need on the Jimmy Fallon house, his family, and his sizable salary below!
Where Does Jimmy Fallon Live?
In 2020, while NYC was being hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, Fallon and fam decided the safest place to stay would be their home in the Hamptons. The home became the Jimmy Fallon home studio where he filmed The Tonight Show. Now that Jimmy has begun filming at his studio on 30 Rock again, however, the family may be headed back to the city here soon!
Jimmy Fallon House Manhattan
Jimmy Fallon loves this 10-story apartment building in Gramercy Park so much that he purchased not 1, not 2, but 5 units since first moving there in 2002. He reportedly purchased his first unit at 34 Gramercy Park on the 8th floor for $850,000. In 2004, he snapped up 2 additional units on the 7th floor for $1.5 million. He combined them to make a spacious 3-bedroom unit.
Feeling as though he could use some more space, Fallon and wife Nancy purchased a 4-bedroom unit on the top floor for $1.35 million in 2014, then the studio next door for $725,000. The studio features a skylight as well as 265 square feet of space. At least one of the units is used as the couple’s personal office. The couple now owns about 1/7th of the entire building.
Given his nightly commitment to us on The Tonight Show, it’s a given that this massive spread is Jimmy Fallons home is where he spends the most time.
In a surprising turn of events, it seems Fallon and fam are ready to offload this incredible property, listing their triplex for $15 million in March 2021. Rumor has it that model, Cara Delevigne, is interested in the residence and is set to buy it in a cheaper, off-market deal, though no further details are known currently.
Jimmy Fallon Hamptons House
Jimmy Fallon purchased this stunning Hamptons mansion back in 2011 for $5.7 million. Built in 1850, the farmhouse-style home sits on 2.2 acres of land and houses more than enough amenities to keep the family busy. The main residence boasts 3,500 square feet as well as 6-bedrooms, 5.5-bathrooms, a home gym, and a 5-car garage.
The Jimmy Fallon home also features 2 guest cottages, an arts and crafts workhouse, a spacious swimming pool, and a barn. Given Fallon’s child-like ways, it should come as no surprise that his home houses some fun, unique features – including an indoor slide in the barn.
The slide was actually Juvonen’s idea and when asked about it she said, “the slide is in an old barn and the only thing I knew that we wanted to do with the barn was put a slide down the middle of it…and it didn’t come out quite as cute as it should have.” Fallon also has a massive game room that features a piano, a drum kit, a vintage popcorn machine, a foosball table, and shelves that are decked out with Disney’s Snow White and her seven dwarves. This is likely a favorite of daughters Winnie and Franny.
Outside, there’s even a trampoline with an attached basketball hoop.
This video from Jimmy Fallon’s YouTube channel is the first night he broadcast from this Hampton’s home. Those kids are too cute!
It appears that Mr. Fallon has requested that his home be blurred from Google Street View. There’s only one problem – Google has blurred only the garage. Oops!
Jimmy Fallon House Lake Winnipesaukee
Rumor has it that Fallon and wife Nancy Juvonen own a property somewhere in Wolfeboro on Lake Winnipesaukee. Property records seem to indicate that it’s actually Juvonen’s parents as well as her brother who own homes in the area.
Whether the couple actually owns a super-secret residence in Wolfeboro or not, the town holds special significance to the pair since it was the site of Fallon’s proposal to Nancy. More on that later.
Jimmy Fallon Family
Jimmy Fallon was born to James W. Fallon and Gloria Fallon. His family is of Irish, Norwegian, and German heritage. In his youth, Jimmy’s father sang in doo-wop groups before going on to serve in the Vietnam War. When Jimmy was born, his dad began working for IBM as a machine repairman.
In addition to Jimmy, the couple also have a daughter – Jimmy’s big sister Gloria Fallon Jr. Both of Fallon’s parents attended his first taping of The Tonight Show in 2014, and both were gleaming with pride as the cameras panned over to them in the audience that night. Sadly, Jimmy’s biggest fan, his mother Gloria, passed away at age 68 in 2017.
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Jimmy Fallon Wife
Jimmy Fallon’s wife is producer Nancy Juvonen. Nancy co-founded the production company “Flower Films” alongside longtime friend Drew Barrymore back in 1995.
The company has acted as a backer to many of Barrymore’s most memorable films, including Charlie’s Angeles (2000), 50 First Dates (2004), Fever Pitch (2005), and most recently Barrymore’s self-titled talk show The Drew Barrymore Show.
In addition to Juvonen’s work behind the scenes, she has also made brief appearances in the films Donnie Darko (2001) and Down to the Bone (2004).
Jimmy Fallon and Nancy Juvonen first crossed paths in 2004 while friend Drew Barrymore was guest-hosting an episode of Saturday Night Live. Fallon, who was still a full-time cast member at the time, was incredibly hospitable to Juvonen on set while Barrymore was filming.
Despite a pleasant experience with Fallon on the set of SNL, sparks wouldn’t fly until the two reunited for the filming of Fever Pitch, a romantic comedy starring Barrymore opposite Fallon. During filming, Jimmy Fallon apparently became entranced by Juvonen’s ability to glow even on gloomy days, and Juvonen loved how great Jimmy was with one of the other producer’s children on set.
The two soon struck up a relationship and by 2007 Fallon was already planning to pop the question. He had originally planned to propose to Juvonen at a swanky Manhattan restaurant the couple had reserved for dinner. Concerns that the site of the proposal would one day be turned into a “laser tag place”, however, Fallon decided to postpone his plans.
Instead, Fallon ended up proposing a few months later at Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire – where Juvonen owned a summer home. The couple tied the knot in December of that year on Richard Branson’s Necker Island in the Caribbean.
Jimmy Fallon Kids
Jimmy and Nancy tried for around 5 years to have children before deciding to go with a surrogate to make their dreams of having kids a reality. Using a surrogate, they gave birth to 2 adorable daughters – Winnie Rose in 2013 (her name partially inspired by the lake Jimmy proposed to Nancy on), and Frances Cole in 2014.
Jimmy Fallon Net Worth
As of 2020, Jimmy Fallon had reportedly amassed a net worth of $60 million.
Jimmy Fallon Salary
In addition to what he makes from his books, Fallon earns an annual salary of $16 million from hosting The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.