Where is Carrot Top now? Scott Thompson makes rare appearance in LGBT-themed outfit in Las Vegas
While being much active in the 90s and early 00s, Carrot Top is rarely seen in public these days
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: 90s hit comedian Scott Thompson, who is famously known as Carrot Top, was pictured arriving at the Adult World Store in Las Vegas. The red-headed comic was spotted on a stroll as he sported a casual outfit for the day out. While being profoundly active in the 90s and early 00s, Carrot Top is now rarely found making public appearances.
Carrot Top was popular because of his masterful acts where he would add props to his gigs. He also voiced as the Cartoon Network announcer in the mid-to-late 90s. For the outing of the day, Thompson wore a red long tank top that matched his trademark fiery curls. He sported denim shorts and white sneakers as he walked with his head down to the store.
The 57-year-old comic had the pride flag imprinted on his bottoms. The rainbow colors were also visible around his leg. Carrot Top finished off the look with a bright pink skinny bandana around his forehead. He was also carrying a phone and a pair of sunglasses on the walk. Carrot Top sported a huge grin as he was greeted by one of the workers of the adult store.
While being a part of several television gigs a decade ago, the comic has completely disappeared from the public eye recently.
The famous stand-up comedian produced and starred in an early morning show called 'Carrot Top's AM Mayhem' during his time as a Cartoon Network regular. His stage name, which originated from his red hair, is not the only term that he is known by. The comedic genius has been gifted with another nickname, 'The Gift of Props'.
According to The Things, Thompson fell in love with stand-up after his roommate convinced him to sign up at an open mic night. Since then, he has achieved several feats and appeared on several well-known talk shows such as 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno', 'Comic Strip Live', 'Late Night With Conan O’Brien', and 'The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson'. 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno' is noteworthy as the hilarious actor was invited 31 times as a guest on the NBC show.
Thompson has also portrayed different characters from comedy TV shows such as 'Family Guy', 'George Lopez', 'Robot Chicken', and even in 'CSI: Criminal Scene Investigation'. His most recent work includes 2021's 'Bar Rescue', a reality TV show described as the "Gordon Ramsay of the bar and nightclub business."