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Chuck Crisafulli was born on 9 December, 1961 in Long Island, New York, is an Author. Discover Chuck Crisafulli's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 62 years old?

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Age 62 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 9 December, 1961
Birthday 9 December
Birthplace Long Island, New York
Nationality United States

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Chuck Crisafulli Net Worth

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Chuck co-wrote George Klein 's Elvis: My Best Man. Klein was a well-known deejay in Memphis and spoke candidly of his closeness to Elvis since they were in eighth grade. Klein and Crisafulli remained close until Klein's death in 2019.


Since 2018, Crisafulli has released music online under the alter-ego, Charlie Christmas. Produced from his home garage and sometimes bathroom, the music of Charlie Christmas is a self-described "offering of avant-pop songs, nerd-punk anthems, indie-garage screeds and soft-core instrumentals".

In December 2018, Charlie Christmas released the debut album, Weird Old Man. Prof. Elliott Lanam mastered the record from Hidden City Studios. With a promotional push, Weird Old Man played on hundreds of college radio stations.


In 2017, Crisafulli co-wrote Getting to "Yes And": The Art of Business Improv with former Second City faculty member and Baby Wants Candy co-founder, Bob Kulhan. Based on Kulhan's longtime teachings, the book delves into improv's positive application to corporate environments and improving business relationships.


Running with the Champ: My Forty-Year Friendship with Muhammad Ali was released in May 2016. The book saw Ali, through the personal lens of friend, Tim Shanahan.


Meeting through mutual friends, Chuck had lunch with Elvis Presley's longtime friend and confidant, Jerry Schilling. Enjoying their conversation, Crisafulli and Schilling decided on the spot to pen a book regaling Jerry's tales of Presley. In an interview on NPR's Fresh Air, Schilling claimed the book shows a different side of Elvis; one who is unshakeably humble, citing instances of the rockstar continuing to play "Sunday football in the park" despite his celebrity growing by the day. Me and a Guy Named Elvis: My Lifelong Friendship with Elvis Presley was released in 2006.


In the mid-90s, Chuck wrote two books that explored the context behind the songs of The Doors and Nirvana. Moonlight Drive: The Stories Behind Every Doors Song was released in 1995 and Teen Spirit: The Stories Behind Every Nirvana Song came out the following year.


Still dedicated to a possible career in writing and music, the Long Islander began freelancing at Los Angeles music publications like Musical Connection and BAM. In 1992, Chuck would begin to work for the Los Angeles Times. Prior to Chuck's persistence to see alt-comedy in LA garner more attention, the scene went relatively unnoticed in major print media. During this spell, he covered then obscure comedians: Sarah Silverman, Janeane Garofalo, Patton Oswalt, David Cross and Bob Odenkirk.


Chuck is married to filmmaker and television producer, Kyra Thompson. In 1982, Crisafulli met Thompson at Northwestern University. They have been married since 1992. The couple live in Los Angeles, CA and have two children. He is a lifelong fan of The Beach Boys.


In the late 1980s, Crisafulli moved to Los Angeles. When he first arrived, Chuck found himself working with makeup master, Rick Baker.\ For a number of years, he made a living on film sets, primarily in the realm of practical effects and puppeteering. Some of the movies he worked on include Batman Returns, The Blob (1988 film) and Gremlins 2: The New Batch.


Crisafulli was born in Freeport, New York on December 9, 1961. In a podcast interview with Reduced Shakespeare, Chuck revealed that his musical introduction came with playing tambourine in the fourth grade's school band performance of 'Do You Know the Way to San Jose'. He attended Baldwin Senior High School before studying at Northwestern University and majoring in English. From Evanston, he moved to New York City. Here, he worked as an English teacher at Bishop Ford High School.