Ferrara appeared on The Tony Kornheiser Show twice; his first appearance was on January 24, 2013, while his secod appearance was on January 9, 2015.
“I’ve got a place in Santa Monica; I’ve got a place in New York City. “The nav’s a little primitive and the screen is low on the center stack, so you have to look down,” he says.“The i Pod connection is in the glove compartment.
I do more driving out in Santa Monica, although not this weekend with Carmageddon, because we don’t have enough problems in L. version of “Top Gear” got the green light on the History Channel, Ferrara bought his daily driver, a 2008 Mercedes-Benz E350 he keeps in L. He bought the used E350 last year specifically because he liked the model’s rounded headlights. I just like the rounded look, a little more classic look on it,” he says. When you connect it to the i Pod, you run it through your dashboard.
He later graduated from college with a Bachelor of Science degree in finance, though he switched career goals to stand-up comedy for reasons unknown.
Ferrara became a professional stand-up comedian, making performances on Comedy Central Presents.
Quick Stats: Adam Ferrara, comedian and host of “Top Gear USA”Daily Driver: 2008 Mercedes-Benz E350 (Adam’s rating: 9 on a scale of 1 to 10) Favorite road trip: Highway 1Car he learned to drive in: 1970 Cadillac Coupe De Ville First car bought: 1985 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Coupe“Top Gear USA” host Adam Ferrara didn’t own a car in recent years, because he lived in New York City, where a daily driver can be more of a liability than a necessity.“I don’t have a car in Manhattan because you have to choose between a car and an apartment.
It’s that expensive,” he says, always the comedian. It’s a 3.5 six in it, which is plenty power for a daily driver. The handling could be a little bit better, but for a daily driver I’m not chucking it into a corner on the 405.”What he doesn’t like about it is the navigation, so he uses his phone instead.“You learn two ways – you learn from the older kids in parking lots, when you’re hanging around and they’re just trashing a car.Then my father took me for a ride and taught me how to drive,” he says.“The person I was talking to started coming out of the car. I actually said, ‘How the hell did you get in my house? This is Ferrara’s second time moving to Los Angeles. Back then he was stand-up comedian with a TV development deal, but nothing much came of it. I had a ’93 Ford Escort.”When Ferrara got cast on the Denis Leary show “The Job,” he moved back to New York and left his Escort in a friend’s driveway, and eventually sold it.“The car I had here, because I was a big TV star, was a luxury Ford Escort! “When I came back out here and ‘Top Gear’ got picked up for the series, I thought, ‘I could get me a car! Car he learned to drive in Ferrara grew up on Long Island in the town of Huntington, where he learned to drive an “ugly olive green” 1970 Cadillac Coupe De Ville.In his personal life, he is married to indie film actress Alex Tyler, who is on the cover of Funny As Hell.