Inside Jimmy Fallon's Lavish Life

Jimmy Fallon has been a staple on late-night television since he auditioned for "Saturday Night Live" by doing an Adam Sandler impression and hitting it out of the park. According to Showbiz CheatSheet, he got his gig as an "SNL" cast member by doing an impression of Sandler, alumni of the show, and his career was set from there. After leaving the late-night sketch comedy show, he began hosting "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon," before landing the job as host of "The Tonight Show."

With such success, it's not surprising that Fallon lives a luxurious lifestyle. His net worth is roughly $60 million (via Yahoo! Finance). After a long-term run on "SNL" and jobs hosting some of the most popular talk shows on television, he has some money to spend. From buying rounds of drinks for everyone at a bar to owning a large home, Fallon is not afraid to show off his paychecks.

Jimmy Fallon owns a few pieces of real estate

Jimmy Fallon and his wife, Nancy Juvonen, own a farmhouse in the Hamptons with a $5.7 million price tag (via Business Insider). The main home covers 3,500 square feet and is equipped with two separate cottages, two barns, and an apple orchard. It sits on 2.2 acres of land and was originally built in the 1800s. It's a gorgeous home!

Outside of his beautiful Hamptons home, Fallon also owns five units in his co-op apartment building in New York's Gramercy Park (per Forbes). The units include a $725,000 studio on the top floor, the $1.35 million four-bedroom next door, two combined units bought for $1.5 million, and a unit on the eighth floor. New York City real estate is no joke! Fallon and his wife were planning on using one unit as a personal office.

Finally, if you see Fallon in a bar, it might be your lucky day. According to Page Six, he likes to get "rowdy" at local bars and might just buy everyone in the building a shot or two. He may live a luxurious life, but at least he is giving back.