Larry the Cable Guy Net Worth, Age, Height and Bio
Daniel Lawrence Whitney is known professionally by his stage name Larry the Cable Guy. Larry was born on February 17, 1963, in Pawnee City, Nebraska, the U.S. He was raised on a pig farm, and his father is a guitarist, entertainer, and Christian minister. He is a stand-up comedian, actor, film producer, voice actor, radio personality, television producer, and screenwriter, with a career spanning over 30 years.
In 9090, he started his career on the radio back and made regular appearances on the radio on the nationally syndicated program ‘The Ron and Ron Show. On January 26, 2010, the History channel announced starting a TV series casting Whitney called Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy. Further, he has been nominated in many Awards several times.
Larry was one of the members of the Blue-Collar Comedy, and he has released seven comedy albums. The first two comedy albums Lord I Apologize (2001) and The Right to Bare Arms (2005) have been certified gold by the RIAA. In 2007, his third album, Morning Constitutions and its accompanying TV special were released.
Quick facts about Larry the Cable Guy
Full Name: Daniel Lawrence Whitney
Age (in2021): 58 Years
Education: He attended the Baptist University of America in Georgia and the University of Nebraska. He mајоrеd іn drаmа аnd ѕреесh.
Height: 5′ 10″ (1.78 m)
Weight: 124 kg; In pounds: 273 lbs.
What is Larry the Cable Guy net worth?
Larry, the cable guy, stand-up comedian, has a net worth of $100 million. He is best known for voicing Mater in the “Cars” franchise. At the peak of his fame and career, he earned $70 million in a year, mainly through endorsements and touring. Larry can easily make $10 – $20 million from endorsements. In years when he decides to tour, he has received tens of millions of dollars from contracting a single endorsement of the drug Prilosec.
He resides on a farm of 180-acre in Lincoln, Nebraska, with his wife and two children. A street located in Pawnee City, Nebraska, is named after him. He is pretty generous and kind-hearted. He offers private donations to hospitals and also donated cash to his high school for purchasing theatrical equipment. Besides, Larry raised money by featuring on Family Feud. He is a huge fan of Nebraska Cornhuskers football and an REO Speedwagon.