Larry the Cable Guy is one of America's best-known stand-up comedians. The blue-collar comedy he delivers has entertained countless live audiences across the United States. Larry the Cable Guy impressed moviegoers as a star character in A Madea Christmas by Tyler Perry and was the host of Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy on History. He is also an accomplished philanthropist who has given away more than 7 million dollars over the course of his career. Much of his charitable pursuits go through the Get-R-Done organization he named after one of his favorite catchphrases. The first love for Larry the Cable Guy is a stand-up comedy, and he continues to impress audiences with his wit and sense of humor.
Blue Collar Comedy at Its Best
Larry the Cable Guy grew up on a hog farm in Pawnee City, Nebr. He attended the University of Nebraska after high school. Larry the Cable Guy also spent time at Baptist University America. Larry got his break in comedy on the radio show The Ron and Ron Show. He also appeared on the The Kirk, Mark and Lopez Show, as well as, The Chris Baker Show early in his career. Larry tried stand-up after he experienced a bit of success on the radio. He performed under his own name, and things did not go too well. He took a break from live performances to figure out how to improve his act. When he returned to the stage, he had created the Larry character his fans love so much, and his career took flight. Larry the Cable Guy struck gold in 2001 with his first studio comedy album, Lord, I apologize. He repeated the feat four years later with his second album, The Right to Bear Arms. In total, Larry the Cable Guy has recorded seven studio albums.
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Where can I see Larry the Cable Guy perform?
Larry the Cable Guy is an active performer with upcoming shows in various parts of the country. Fans in Atlantic City can see Larry the Cable Guy at the Revel Ovation Hall. Larry the Cable Guy has a December show date in Kalamazoo, Mich., along with multiple dates in Ill.
What can I expect from a Larry the Cable Guy performance?
Comedy fans who have seen Larry the Cable Guy in person say that no moment of his show is dull. The laughter at a Larry the Cable Guy performance begins from the moment he steps onto the stage until he takes his final bow.
What other comedians have influenced Larry the Cable Guy?
Larry the Cable Guy says he loves "old-style comics." Don Rickles and Phyllis Diller are two of these old-style comics. Larry points to Bob Hope and Bing Crosby as two comedians he loved to watch in movies. He says he never missed a chance when he was younger to catch Monty Python and Benny Hill when they were on television. Larry the Cable Guy says his first love in comedy was Steve Martin.
What other comedians have performed with Larry the Cable Guy?
In the past, Larry the Cable Guy has shared stage shows with Jeff Foxworthy and Bill Engvall. He has also traveled with comedian Ron White.
What awards has Larry the Cable Guy won?
Larry the Cable Guy was nominated for Grammys in the Best Comedy Album category in both 2006 and 2007. He has also been nominated for three Razzie awards and won a Visual Effects Society Award in 2007 for work on the movie Cars.Back to Top
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