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- First NameDaniel
- Middle NameLawrence
- Last NameWhitney
Larry the Cable Guy, whose real name is Daniel Lawrence Whitney, is a famous American actor, stand-up comedian, singer, producer, and radio personality. He has been active in the entertainment field for over three decades now.
Working in a different field for over thirty years, Larry the Cable Guy has collected a high figure of cash. So, what is his exact number of net worth? Scroll down to know everything:
Larry the Cable Guy’s Net Worth In 2021
Daniel Lawrence Whitney, widely known for his stage name Larry the Cable Guy, started his professional journey in 1989. He actually started his journey via radio making radio appearances on the program, The Ron and Ron Show.
Larry the Cable Guy’s net worth’s figure is different given in different tabloids. As per Celebrity Net Worth, his worth is $80 million, whereas The Richest claims it is around $50 million only. However, according to Forbes, his worth is $13 million. He earns $20 million per annum.
In 2013, Larry the Cable Guy was the seventh top-earning comedian.
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Gossip mongers reported that he once made $70 million in a single year. Besides his acting, comedian, singing, and radio career, he also earns huge from tours and endorsements.
Back in 2001, his earning was $510 thousand only from sales of his album titled Lord, I Apologize. In 2004, he made $512 thousand from albums sale of A Very Larry Christmas. In the following year, he made $517 thousand from the album, The Right to Bare Arms.
His annual income in 2007 was $20 million, in 2010 was $16.5 million, in 2012 it was $18 million, and in 2013 was $13 million. He received $250 thousand for speaking performance fee in 2014.
The multi-millionaire currently resides on a 180-acre farm in Lincoln, Nebraska, with his wife and two kids. He once listed his Florida house on sale for $1.5 million.
He has made several private donations to the hospital and even raised money appearing on Family Feud. He also has donated to his high school to buy theatrical equipment.
Upon graduation from high school, the 5 feet 10 inches tall comedian started working at Wendy’s. He then left the job to become a member of the Palm beach comedy scene.
Officially, Larry the Cable Guy made radio debut in 1991 doing comedy. This is how he got the stage name, Larry the Cable Guy. He also has a catchphrase, Git-R-Done! However, it was only in 2000, when he came into the limelight after comedian Jeff Foxworthy invited him to join Blue Collar Comedy Tour, which became a huge success.
The tour’s live comedy DVD was sold over a million copies. He then followed the path with two CDs, Lord, I Apologize, and The Right to Bear Arms. He released third album, Morning Constitutions, in 2007. He has also appeared in Witless Protection.