General Facts and Figures
- Name: Paul Montgomery Shore
- Net Worth: $30 Million
- Occupation: Actor, Comedian, Filmmaker
- Date of Birth: February 1, 1968
- Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California
- Zodiac: Aquarius
- Spouse: Single
- Social: Twitter
Early Life, Education
Pauly Shore is a renowned filmmaker, actor, and comedian from Los Angeles, California. His birthday was on February 1, 1968, and his actual name is Paul Montgomery Shore.
He is Jewish and is the child of Mitzi and Sammy Shore. He has three siblings, Sandy, Scott, and Peter.
Pauly went to Beverly Hills High School and graduated in 1986. After his graduation, Paul chose to focus on his career in comedy.
Shore started his career in comedy when he was around 17 years old. During this time, he met various stars, including Sam Kinison and Richard Pryor, who mentored him. This choice helped him get different roles in comedy films.
Pauly shot into the limelight in the early 1990s. Besides working as an MTV VJ, Shore scored various comedy films, including Encino Man, Son-in-Law, and Bio-Dome. He also tried to run his show, Pauly, on Fox in 1997. While it lasted no more than five episodes, it was worth it.
Soon after his acting career started slowing down, Paul went into writing and producing movies. This role allowed him to make mockumentaries, including Pauly Shore is Dead and Adopted. Today, he is more focused on standup comedy, touring various cities across the country.
Pauly Shore is not married. However, he has a long list of former girlfriends. For instance, in 1994, he was romantically involved with Shannon Wilsey, an American adult content actress who committed suicide.
Some of his other ex-girlfriends are Tiffanny Thiessen, Deborah Laufer, Midori, and Jillian Grace. Other entanglements are with Wafah Dufour, Kylie Minogue, and Kina Tavarozi. Rumor has it that he turned gay, and however, this has not been proven.
Today, he resides in Las Vegas.
Pauly Shore has an estimated net fortune of $30 million. This amount comes from his multiple roles in the film and comedy industry, including being a director, actor, and producer.
His lavish lifestyle is easy to notice, and he spends most of his money on luxury cars, diamond watches, and clothes.
Pauley invested in real estate as another way to make his money work for him. In 1996, he bought and renovated a 1.5 million dollar house in Hollywood Hills, renting it out for $27,000 per month when he couldn’t find a buyer. The mansion had a listed price of $9.5 million in 2020.