Bill Engvall is an American comedian and actor with a net worth of forty million. Born in Galveston, in 1957, Texas, Bill Engvall studied at Southwestern Faculty before leaving as well as working a variety of odd jobs. When he landed work as being a nightclub DJ in Dallas, Engvall found the passion of his for stand up comedy and began performing at neighborhood venues. Engvall moved to California in the early' 90s to pursue comedy more earnestly and also scored a task co hosting "A Pair of Jokers" along with Rosie O'Donnell. Also, he came out on "The Tonight Show" and the "Late Show with David Letterman". 2 years after going to southern California, Engvall earned the big break of his, winning Best Male Standup in the American Comedy Awards. He quickly scored a component on "Delta" on ABC before the cancellation of its and later "The Jeff Foxworthy Show". Engvall started releasing comedy CDs in 1996, with his debut album "Here's The Sign" of yours, going platinum. He's dropped 10 solo albums between 1996 and 2009, including "Cheap Drunk: An Autobiography", "A Decade of Laughs", and "Aged plus Confused". Engvall worked with Foxworthy to release the Blue Collar Comedy Tour in 2000 and also landed the hosting gig on GSN's "Lingo". He danced on the 17th season of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars", finishing in fourth spot. He's been married to the wife of his, Gail, after 1982. They've 2 kids together and also live in Southern California, in which Engvall writes about the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
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