Larry the Cable Guy Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education and Career.
Larry the Cable Guy Net Worth 2020 – Larry the Cable Guy, born as Daniel Lawrence Whitney, is an American stand-up comedian, actor, voice actor, and former radio personality. Known as a former member of the comedy troupe ‘Blue Collar Comedy Tour’.
He has released several comedy albums, such as ‘Law and Disorder’, ‘Salutations and Flatulations’, ‘A Very Larry Christmas’, ‘Lord, I Apologize’, ‘Morning Constitutions’, ‘The Right to Bare Arms’ and ‘Tailgate Party’ to name a few.
Larry the Cable Guy Net Worth
Larry the Cable Guy is an American stand up comedian and actor who has a net worth $80 million. He even has his own catchphrase “Git-R-Done!”.
Larry’s fame really came into fruition in 2000 when fellow comedian and friend Jeff Foxworthy (the two met years earlier on Foxworthy’s radio show) invited Larry to join his “Blue Collar Comedy tour”. Rounding off the group with Larry and Foxworthy was comedian Bill Engvall.
Larry the Cable Guy was born as Daniel Lawrence Whitney on February 17, 1963 in Pawnee City, Nebraska, USA, to Tom and Shirley Whitney. From the late 1970s to 1980, he studied at The King’s Academy in Florida.
He then graduated from the Berean Christian School in 1982. Later on, Whitney attended the Baptist University of America and University of Nebraska.
Talking about the comedian’s love life, he got married to Cara in 2005. The couple has two kids together: son, Wyatt and daughter, Reagan.
In Florida, Larry attended The King’s Academy where his father was the school principal. He would not graduate from this school and instead finished at Berean school, in 1981. After high school Larry began working at Wendy’s.
He quit when he began to become part of the Palm beach comedy scene. In 1991, he began doing radio comedy when he would call up radio stations in different characters. It was through this venture that the “Larry the Cable Guy” persona was born.
The Cable Guy character became a staple of his routine. The character speaks with a trademark Southern accent and talks about topics ranging from family stories to jokes about his redneck “background”.
The tour became a monster success. To top it all off, when the tour was released as a live comedy DVD it sold over a million copies. Larry followed this success and newfound fame with two CDs, both of which were huge successes. In 2006, Larry brought the Cable guy to cinemas across the country with “Larry the Cable Guy: Health inspector”. A year later, Larry appeared in “Witless Protection”.