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Pauly Shore facts: Age, parents, siblings, wife, children, net worth & more revealed

Pauly Shore is an American actor, comedian, and filmmaker best known for his roles in 1990s comedy films.

Shore began as a stand-up comedian at the age of 17, before becoming an MTV VJ in 1989. This led to a starring role in the comedy film Encino Man in 1992, which was a modest hit.

He followed this with leading man vehicles, including Son in Law (1993) and Bio-Dome (1996). Shore provided the voice of Robert “Bobby” Zimuruski in A Goofy Movie and its direct-to-video sequel, An Extremely Goofy Movie.

He is also known for direct his semi-biographical mockumentary film, Pauly Shore Is Dead (2003).

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Paul Montgomery Shore was born on February 1, 1968. He celebrated 56th birthday in 2024.


Pauly Shore is the son of Sammy Shore and Mitzi Shore (née Saidel). Sammy Shore was a comedian. He and Mitzi co-founded The Comedy Store with Rudy De Luca.

After Sammy and Mitzi Shore divorced 1974, Mitzi owned and operated the Comedy Store as part of the divorce settlement from 1974 until her death.

Pauly began managing the club after Mitzi’s death in 2018.


Pauly Shore grew up with 3 siblings, Peter, Scott, and Sandi, in a Jewish household, and he graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1986.

He spent much of his youth around comedians, and at age 17, he performed his first stand-up set at Culver City’s Alley Cat Bistro.

Sam Kinison became his mentor and let Pauly serve as his opening act many times. While touring as a stand-up comic, Shore developed an alter ego known as “The Weasel” where he played the part of a surfer dude.


As of February 2024, Pauly Shore is unmarried and has no wife. He has been in several relationships but none of them resulted in marriage.

Pauly Shore dated “Son in Law” co-star Tiffani Thiessen and “Bio-Dome” co-star Kylie Minogue in the 1990s.

He also had relationships with adult film stars Jewel De’Nyle (2002) and Savannah (1991 – 1992); Savannah, whose real name was Shannon Wilsey, sadly died by suicide in 1994, and Pauly was with her when she passed away at Burbank’s St. Joseph’s Hospital.


Pauly Shore has no children as of February 2024. He has not expressed any interest in having children at this time.

Net worth

As of February 2024, Pauly Shore’ net worth is estimated to be $30 Million.

Real Estate

In 1996, Shore paid $1.5 million for a 4,500 square foot home in the Hollywood Hills. He renovated the house in 2015 and put it on the market for $13 million; he couldn’t find a buyer, so he listed it for rent for $27,000 per month. In 2020, he put the mansion back on the market, this time for an asking price of $9.5 million.

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More about Pauly Shore

Pauly Shore got his big break when he landed a job as an MTV VJ in 1989. He kept the VJ position until 1994, hosting “MTV Spring Break” and appearing on the “MTV Video Music Awards.” MTV gave Shore his own show, “Totally Pauly, ” in 1990, and it ran for 6 years.

In 1991, he released his first comedy album, “The Future of America,” and made a music video for the track “Lisa, Lisa, the One I Adore.” Pauly went on to release 2 more albums: 1992’s “Scraps from the Future” and 1994’s “Pink Diggily Diggily.”

Shore made his television debut on a 1987 episode of “21 Jump Street” and his big screen debut in 1988’s “For Keeps?,” which starred Molly Ringwald. In 1992, Pauly starred in “Encino Man” with Brendan Fraser and Sean Astin; the movie was a hit, earning $40.7 million against a $7 million budget.

He followed “Encino Man” with “Son in Law” (1993), which grossed $36.4 million and “In the Army Now” (1994), which grossed $28.8 million. “Jury Duty” (1995) was considered a flop, earning $4 million less than the film’s $21 million budget, and 1996’s “Bio-Dome” grossed $13.4 million against a production budget of $8.5 million.

The Fox network gave Pauly a show, simply called “Pauly,” in 1997, but only 5 episodes aired before it was cancelled. Shore has played himself on “Entourage” (2005 and 2007), “Workaholics” (2016), and “Alone Together” (2018).

Pauly wrote, directed, produced, and starred in the 2003 mockumentary “Pauly Shore Is Dead.” Though it grossed just $11,000 during its limited release, it is Shore’s most positively reviewed film and earned him an Audience Choice Award for directing at the Slamdunk Film Festival.

In 2005, he starred on TBS reality series “Minding the Store,” and he wrote, directed, produced, and starred in 2009 mockumentary “Adopted.” Pauly also directed and produced the comedy specials “Vegas is My Oyster” (2011) and “Pauly-Tics” (2012).

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