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Are Alan Carr and Jimmy Carr brothers?

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Alan Carr and Jimmy Carr are not brothers. While both men are English comedians and television personalities, Alan has a younger brother named Gary, and Jimmy has two brothers, Colin and Patrick.

Alan Carr was born on June 14, 1976, in Weymouth, England. His father is football manager and scout Graham Carr. He has starred in "Alan Carr: Chatty Man," "The Friday Night Project" and "Alan Carr: Spexy Beast Live."

Jimmy Carr was born on Sept. 15, 1972, in Isleworth, London, England. His mother is Nora Carr. He is known for comedic shows such as "8 Out of 10 Cats," "10 O'Clock Live" and "Distraction."


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