Jeff Foxworthy is an American stand up comedian and tv personality with a net worth of hundred million dollars. Foxworthy is famous for the "you of his are a redneck" jokes, and is a part of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, a comedy troupe comprised of Bill Engvall, Larry the Cable Guy, and Ron White. Even thought left college prior to graduating, Foxworthy came to Georgia Tech in Atlanta. First in the career of his, Foxworthy did maintenance on mainframe pcs at IBM for 5 years and throughout that time was prompted by the co workers of his to launch the comic career of his. He entered the great Southeastern Laugh off, with Atlanta's Punchline comedy club in 1984, and won the competition. Foxworthy appeared on tv in the mid 1990s in the sitcom The Jeff Foxworthy Show, and also came out with Larry and Engvall the Cable Guy in several Blue Collar specials, including the popular Blue Collar TV. Foxworthy has been the host of the quiz show, Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? after 2007. Foxworthy has released 6 comedy albums, and is the best selling comedy recording artist of all time. Even thought doesn't presently follow the strict rules of the faith he learned in childhood, he grew up with a Southern Baptist upbringing. He still emphasized the Bible as a guide for the everyday life of his, including precisely how he spends the income of his, explaining it's not his however, rather "belongs to God," however, he thinks it's crucial to learn the teachings of the Bible in every day life, than it's attending Church every Sunday. Foxworthy met the wife of his, Pamela Gregg, at the Punchline in Atlanta, plus they had been married on September eighteen, 1985. They've 2 daughters, Julianne and Jordan.
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