How rich is Jeff Foxworthy?


How rich is Jeff Foxworthy?

Jeff Foxworthy Net Worth:
$100 Million

Birth date: September 6, 1958
Birth place: Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Height:(1.78 m)
Profession: Comedian, TV Personality, Author, Radio personality, Film Producer, Voice Actor, Actor, Screenwriter, Television producer, Presenter
Education: Georgia Institute of Technology College of Engineering
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Pamela Gregg (m. 1985)
Children: Juliane Foxworthy, Jordan Foxworthy
Parents: Jimmy Abstance Foxworthy, Carole Linda Camp Foxworthy, Salina, KS, USA, Rama, ON, Canada, Columbus, OH, United States
Awards: People's Choice Award for Favorite Actor in a New TV Series, Academy of Country Music Awards Gene Weed Special Achievement Award, Salina, KS, USA, Rama, ON, Canada, Columbus, OH, United States
Nominations: Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host, Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game/Audience Participation Show, Country Music Association Award for Music Video of the Year, Country Music Association Award for Vocal Event of the Year, Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Duo or Group of the Year, Salina, KS, USA, Rama, ON, Canada, Columbus, OH, United States
Movies: , The American Bible Challenge, more

Jeff Foxworthy Net Worth:

Jeff Foxworthy Net Worth $100 Million

Jeffrey Marshall “Jeff” Foxworthy (created September 6, 1958) is an American stand-up comedian, celebrity, television and radio personality, writer, and voice artist. He’s an associate of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, a comedy troupe which additionally consists of Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall, and Ron White. Known for his “You may be a redneck” one liners, Foxworthy has released six major-label humor records. His initial two records were each certified 3 Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. Foxworthy has written several novels based on his redneck jokes, along with an autobiography entitled “No Shirt, No Shoes… No Problem!”.

Foxworthy has also made several enterprises into television, beginning in the mid-1990s with his own situation comedy called “The Jeff Foxworthy Show”. For three seasons, he continues to be hosting GSN’s “The American Bible Challenge”.

His grandpa, James Marvin Camp, was a fireman in Hapeville for over 30 years. Based on Foxworthy, who grew up in the old Southern Baptist convention, he recalls accepting Jesus Christ when he was 7 years old. When he told his mom which he wished to drop to the neighborhood sanctuary to accept the Christian lord, his mom, who believed he was too young, told him to wait until he had a stronger knowledge of the endeavor. Foxworthy contended with her until a preacher came for their house and vouched for Foxworthy, who went back to the Church that night along with his mom. Regardless of this, Foxworthy says that complying with the frequently-hard-and-fast rules of the Church were hard for him, saying, “I adore God, but I can not behave and dress like that.”