In June 2007, it was revealed that Adam, along with Johnny Knoxville and Jimmy Kimmel, was being sued by an actor claiming he remained unpaid for work he performed in the movie Windy City Heat in 2003.
(November 2005) No longer co-hosting Loveline, but has moved to take over the morning show for Howard Stern.
(May 2005) Adam is about to enter his tenth year co-hosting Loveline, the national radio show, along with Dr. Drew (Drew Pinsky). The 2-hour talk & advice show is syndicated nightly to North American radio stations on the Westwood One Radio Network.
Adam is still the co-host along with Dr. Drew of the 2-hour nation-wide Radio Talk show Loveline, which the TV series is based on.
Lynette Paradise is Adam's wife.
Having created and completed The Man Show (1999) and Crank Yankers (2002) with Jimmy and Daniel Kellison, Adam is putting his talents to use on more comedic ventures.
Adam also writes for and occasionally guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live other then his own late night show.
In 1995, Drew Pinsky gave Adam the job of co-hosting Loveline on the radio after admiring his Birchum Character on the Kevin And Bean Radio Show.
Adam's early studies in entertainment were with The Groundlings, an improv group which has produced a number of other famous comedic personalities of today.
Adam graduated from North Hollywood High School where he was voted class clown and captain of his football team.
Adam's mom was a sex therapist and his dad was a psychologist.
Adam Carolla was born in Pennsylvania but raised in North Hollywood.
Adam is the grandson of László Görög.
Adam was childhood friends with actor Christy Canyon.
Adam was childhood friends with actor Molly Ringwald.
Adam was a former traffic school instructor.
Adam is currently working on a HGTV show involving construction, Adam use to work as a contractor.
Before Adam became a radio personality, Adam made a career in construction, working all the way up to the title of Journeyman.
Adam is of Italian and Hungarian extraction.
Adam studied comedy since his early twenties with comedy troupes such as The Groundlings.
Adam's an excellent cook, he once guest appeared on a Food Network special.
Adam claims to wear a ball cap 75% of the time.
Adam's favorite musicians are Graham Parker and John Hiatt.
They made an action figure of his character "Death" from Family Guy.
Adam is one of the hosts of the nationally syndicated Loveline radio show.
Adam: I'd be at someone's house or be up on the roof all day and I'd get lonely - stir crazy - and talk radio became this soothing voice in my life, ... But the idea that I was making $10 an hour and stacking drywall while these guys were making a few hundred thousand, and they were having a party, and there were Playmates and there were good times, I just couldn't imagine it.
Adam: I'm really just trying to hash out the next two weeks of my life, ... so, something that is potentially four months down the road is not just a mile down the road for me, it's a million miles down the road.
Adam: I got drunk in Canada. I was there for 2 days but I was drunk there for 4 days. I don't know how it worked. I guess it was with the time difference or something.
Adam: It's like the Fouth of July in my underpants.
Adam: I spoke to my dad, and he said it took close to 90 dollars to raise me. But that was me and my sister, and my sister moved out when she was 16, so sometimes it can knock you up to triple digits to raise a kid.