• Carly Hallam is an American actress and film writer.
• She was born in Florida and graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor's Degree in English.
• She is married to American comedian and actor Daniel Tosh, who was born in West Germany.
• Carly has worked various jobs in the film industry, including post-production assistant, story editor, and executive story editor.
• She also wrote 16 episodes of the show "Tosh.0" and the documentary sport film "And Two If by Sea: The Hobgood Brothers".
Carly Hallam Wiki Bio
Carly Hallam was born in Florida, USA, on 14 February 1985 – her zodiac sign is Aquarius and she holds American nationality. She is an actress and a film writer, but who might be more widely known as the wife of American comedian and actor Daniel Tosh.
Family and education
Carly was raised in Florida alongside her brother by their parents; not a lot is known about her family, but her father was allegedly a lawyer, and her mother was an accountant until she gave birth, and chose to become a housewife.
Carly became interested in acting when she appeared in her first school play at the age of 11. She continued acting while attending a local high school, and most often played lead roles – she was also interested in creative writing, and was encouraged by one of her teachers to write a book or even a movie script. Upon matriculation in 2003, Carly enrolled at Florida State University, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in English in 2007.
Career as an actress and writer
Carly worked various jobs to financially support herself for two years after graduation, before she launched her career in the film industry as the post-production assistant for the pilot episode of the comedy series “Men of a Certain Age” – it starred Ray Romano and Scott Bakula and was a hit, winning seven awards while it was nominated for 10 others, including two Primetime Emmys.
She made her debut film appearance in 2010, when cast to play a movie starlet in the romantic comedy “New Low”, but which failed to attract much attention. Then in the same year she started appearing in her husband’s comedy series “Tosh.0”, subsequently 77 episodes until 2015 – she also wrote 16 episodes of the show.
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From 2016 to 2018, Carly worked on the crime comedy series “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”, serving as the story editor for 23 episodes, the executive story editor for 12 episodes, and having written four episodes.
Most recently in 2019, Carly wrote the documentary sport film “And Two If by Sea: The Hobgood Brothers”, directed by Justin Purser and which starred her husband, CJ and Damien Hobgood. The movie follows two brothers who become two of the best surfers on Earth.
Love life and marriage with Daniel Tosh
Carly met Daniel Tosh in 2010 on the set of “Tosh.0”, and the two started going out after Daniel asked her out on a date.
It took them six years of dating to marry on 15 April 2016 – the private ceremony was organized in Malibu in California, and attended by the two’s closest friends and family.
Carly and Daniel even kept the wedding a secret for two years.
It appears that the two have decided not to have children so that they could focus on their careers. Neither of them has talked about the people they might have been with prior to meeting each other, so as of December 2020, Carly is married to Daniel Tosh and doesn’t have children.
Hobbies and other interests
Carly’s main hobby is travelling and she has been all around the US visiting nearly every state, while she hasn’t been to Alaska and isn’t planning to because she’s not a fan of cold weather.
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She is keen on reading while travelling and has read numerous books – oddly, she only reads when she travels. Carly also enjoys tasting various cuisines during her travels, and her favorite is Italian.
She is a bit of a shopaholic, as she goes shopping for clothes at least once a week, while her favorite colors of clothes are white and blue.
In her spare time which is usually late at night, she is keen on watching movies starring her favorite actors and actresses Tom Hanks, Will Smith and Joey King, such as “Yes Man”, “Bruce Almighty” and “You’ve Got Mail”.
Age, height and net worth
Carly’s age is 35. She has long black hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 8ins (1.73m) and she weighs around 130lbs (60kgs). As of December 2020, her net worth has been estimated at over $800,000, while Daniel’s net worth has been estimated at over $20 million.
Who is Daniel Tosh?
Daniel Dwight Tosh was born in Boppard, Rhineland-Platinate, then West Germany, on 29 May 1975 – his zodiac sign is Gemini and he holds American nationality as his parents moved to the US not long after he was born. He is a comedian, TV host, executive producer, writer and actor, who might be known best for his black comedy style and for his own show “Tosh.0”.
Daniel was raised in Titusville, Florida alongside two sisters and a brother, by their father who was a Presbyterian minister, and mother who was a housewife. He studied at Astronaut High School from which he matriculated in 1993, and went on to enroll at the University of Central Florida, from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in marketing in 1996.
He launched his career when he joined Central Florida Research Park as their telemarketer, but soon quit to move to Los Angeles in California to pursue a career as a comedian. He began performing around comedy clubs, and gained recognition in 2001 after appearing in “The Late Show with David Letterman” – he was then invited to appear in various other shows such as “Premium Blend” and “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”. He hosted his first TV comedy special in 2003, and four years later, his comedy special “Daniel Tosh: Completely Serious” aired on Comedy Central. He also launched his acting career by portraying a supporting character in the 2008 romantic comedy movie “The Love Guru” which starred Mike Myers.
His new special “Daniel Tosh: Happy Thoughts” aired for the first time on 6 March 2011 on Comedy Central, and Daniel was then invited to produce Comedy Central’s animated comedy series “Brickleberry” which was cancelled on 7 January 2015.
He has been hosting his own show “Tosh.0” since 5 June 2009 and, and is often criticized for his racist, homophobic and sexist jokes.
Daniel is a philanthropist who donated money for Alabama disaster relief, and who hosted the show “Tosh Saves the World”, which gathered money to be donated to various charity organizations.
Despite his profession, he suffers from social anxiety.