Jeff Foxworthy Net Worth : $100 Million
An American Stand-Up Comedian And Television Personality
Source of Wealth
Comedy, Acting, Writing, TV
Date of Birth
September 6, 1958
Graduated from Hapeville High School, Dropped out of Georgia Tech
Jeff Foxworthy’s Income & Total Net Worth
Jeff Foxworthy, an American stand-up comedian, has an estimated net worth of $100 million. He is popularly known for his signature lines “you might be a redneck”. He is the member of a comedy troupe “Blue Collar Comedy Tour”. His made his net worth on the basis of his skills and talent in various fields, like writing, comedy, voice works and television. Millions of copies of his books were sold worldwide, and his voice works also made outstanding records. It added to the net worth of Jeff.
Properties: Private Fortune
Jeff Foxworthy possesses 1,000 acres farm in Georgia. He also owns 40,000 acres “Blue Springs Farm”. He purchased 3,000 acres property in the Chattahoochee Valley Land Trust, in Harris County.
Jeff Foxworthy’s Career
Jeff Foxworthy, who was born in Georgia, worked at IBM in mainframe computer maintenance, before entering the world of comedy. His comic career initiated when he entered and won the “Great South-Eastern Laugh-Off”, in 1984. In 1995, he appeared in his own television sitcom “The Jeff Foxworthy Show”. He launched “Blue Collar TV” in 2004. In 2007, he hosted the quiz show “Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader?” on Fox. He also hosted GSN’s “The American Bible Challenge” for two seasons.
- Comedy Albums– In 1993, “You might be a Redneck If….” was released, and it topped the comedy album charts. Jeff released “Games Redneck Play” in 1995. His album “Totally Committed” was launched in May, 1998.
- Television– He starred in the sitcom “The Jeff Foxworthy Show” in 1995. He acted as a host for Country Weekly’s show, “TNN Music City News Country Awards” for 1998, 1999 and 2000. He hosted the game show “Are You Smarter than a 5th grader?” on Fox in prime time. He was a potential investor in ABC reality series “Shark Tank”.
- Blue Collar Comedy– He was the member of a comedy troupe “Blue Collar Comedy Tour”. He, along with three other comedians, toured the country and performed comedy for the crowd. He was the executive producer of the show “Blue Collar TV”.
- Books– He authored various books, including:
- Words You Thought You Knew the Meaning Of (2005)
- More Words You Thought You Knew the Meaning Of (2006)
- Learning to Talk More Gooder Fastly
- Rednecks in College
- Awards and Recognition– At the 1990 American Comedy Awards, Foxworthy received “Best Stand-Up Comic” award. In 1995, he was nominated for Grammy Award for “Best Spoken Comedy Album”. He received “People’s Choice Award” for favorite male performer in a new TV program.