“If your neighbors think you’re a detective because a cop always brings you home, you might be a redneck.”
If you love making laugh other people then you would definitely have heard the name of Jeff Foxworthy is one of the one of accomplishes comedian all the time. He makes millions of worth through his jokes on the comedy shows.
Jeff is a member of the comedy troupe Blue Collar Comedy that comprised of Bill Engvall, Ron White, and Larry the Cable Guy. To the date, Bill has released six comedy albums and two of albums are certified three times platinum by RIAA.
Here, we are going to discuss Jeff’s net worth, age, married life and much more! Keep reading the article.
|Birth Name||Jeffrey Marshall Foxworthy|
|Net Worth||$100 million|
|Date Of Birth||September 6, 1958|
|Place Of Birth||Atlanta, Georgia, USA|
|Profession||Stand-up comedian, actor, television personality, radio personality, and author|
Jeff Foxworthy: Net Worth
American stand-up comedian and TV personality Jeff Foxworthy has a net worth of $100 million.
The stand-up comedian makes an enormous amount of money through his comics and various comedy shows. Also, he generates extra income from his other ventures like ads, hosting and acting.
Furthermore, Foxworthy is a radio personality and launched a website ‘Foxworthy Outdoors’ that carries an assortment of Foxworthy-brand hunting and outdoors products.
Further speaking about his net worth, he earns his wealth by his books. He has authored several books like You Might Be a Redneck If…, No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem! i , a cookbook entitled The Redneck Grill and more.
He also published his first children’s book Dirt On My Shirt and co-author another book titled How to Really Stink at Golf in 2008.
Career as a Stand-up Comedian
Born on September 6, 1958, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Jeff Foxworthy is the eldest child of Carol Linda and Jimmy Foxworthy. He attended at the Hapeville High School and graduated from IBM in mainframe computer maintenance. His passion for comedy led him to the comedy world.
Jeff has a talent for making people laugh in any condition and later on he started his career as a comedian. During the time, his co-worker encouraged him to start his comic career and entered the Great Southeastern Laugh-Off, at Atlanta’s Punchline comedy club in 1984 and won the contest.
In his career, Jeff has released several comedy albums that even topped on the comedy charts. His career took a height after releasing his first comedy debut You Might Be Redneck If…that top spot on the comedy album chart and sold over three million copies. He received a Grammy nomination for Best Spoken Comedy Album for Games Rednecks Play.
After that, in 1998, the stand-up comedian released another comedy album Totally Committed that peaked at number 50 on the Billboard 200 chart and has been certified Gold by RIAA.
Outside from his profession, he appeared as an actor in multiple movies and televisions. Jeff appeared on the sitcom The Jeff Foxworthy Show in the mid-1990s and then co-starred with Larry the Cable an Engvall in the many episodes of Blue Collor specials including Blue Collar TV.
Thereafter, in 1998, Jeff appeared o the mock talk show called Space Ghost Coast to Coast where he attempts to explain his first joke You might be a Redneck.
From 1998 to 2000 Jeff Foxworthy hosted Country Weekly’s “TNN Music City News Country Awards.” Moreover, he hosted other shows including Are You Smarter than A 5th Grader but unfortunately the show was canceled in 2011. Additionally, Jeff hosted GSN’s The American Bible Challenge for three seasons.
Married Life of Jeff Foxworthy
Jeff Foxworthy has been married to his wife Pamela Gregg since 1985. Jeff and Pamela are one of the fewest couples that they became loyal to each other for more than three decades. The couple met first at the Punchtime in Atlanta and got married on September 18, 1985.
Not much is know about there dating and married life. However, Jeff and Pamela have two daughters named Jordan and Julianne. His oldest daughter Jordan Foxworthy died in 2010. When he lost his one daughter, he has gone to depression. However, he handled himself and came out of that situation.
— Jeff Foxworthy (@foxoutdoors) February 1, 2019