Jeffrey Foxworthy

American actor, author, comedian, producer, writer

Jeff Foxworthy
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Jeffrey Marshall Foxworthy is an American actor, novelist, comedian, producer, and writer. He also writes and produces. He’s on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour alongside Ron White, Bill Engvall, and Larry the Cable Guy.

Early Life, and Education

Jeffrey Marshall Foxworthy was born on September 6, 1958, in Atlanta, Georgia, to Jimmy and Carol Foxworthy.

His father was an executive who worked at IBM. After graduating from Hapeville High School, Foxworthy enrolled at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, but he departed before finishing his degree.

For the next five years, he assisted his father in mainframe computer repair at IBM.

Because he was always telling jokes at work, his coworkers pushed him to take part in the Great Southeastern Laugh-off competition at the Punchline comedy club in Atlanta. Furthermore, he competed in the 1984 competition, took first place, and then quit to pursue a comedic career.


The 1993 hit song “You Might Be a Redneck If,” which started the “You Might Be a Redneck” fad, is possibly Foxworthy’s most well-known creation.

Furthermore, Foxworthy’s 1993 release of an album with the same name topped the charts.

Foxworthy has six comedy CDs to his name, making him the most successful comic recording artist of all time. Moreover, Foxworthy’s “Games Rednecks Play” (1995) won the Grammy for Best Spoken Comedy Album in 1996.

Reruns of the series aired on CMT and Nick at Night in 2005 and 2006. Foxworthy issued the album “Totally Committed” in 1998.

The Blue Collar Comedy Tour helped Foxworthy gain new followers at the start of the new millennium. Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, Ron White, Larry the Cable Guy, and went on the road for three years.

The Blue Collar Comedy Tour had only 20 performances scheduled at first, but due to its popularity, it continued for three years. Foxworthy’s television series Blue Collar TV made its debut on the WB in 2004.

In 2006, CMT decided to continue airing “Blue Collar TV,” and a second season of the show followed.

In the summer of 2013, he served as the host of “The American Baking Competition,” a one-season food reality competition series.

Writing Career

Pamela Gregg and Foxworthy first met at the Atlanta comic club Punchline.

On September 18 of that year, 1985, they were wed. Their daughters Jordan and Julianne were born to them.

Furthermore, Foxworthy’s comedy was influenced by his childhood. He claims that his father has a “typical redneck sense of humor.” His father and his uncle Jimmy acted as the ventriloquist and his dummy, respectively.

Foxworthy injured his nose when he tried to jump from a moving pickup truck into a bale of hay when he was 17 years old.


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Moreover, In multiple interviews, Foxworthy has stated that the term “redneck” was used to describe him, which led to the creation of his “You Might Be a Redneck If… act.”

Internet allegations regarding the death of Foxworthy’s daughter Jordan first appeared in 2010. Jordan worked as an assistant on the 2016 movie “Sully,” and in the 2019 tribute to her father, “Jeff Foxworthy: Stand Up Guy,” she made an appearance as herself.

Moreover, The fact that Foxworthy’s daughter Julianne “sold her inheritance for her wedding” in 2019 was made fun of.


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On the occasion of their first wedding anniversary, her father made fun of them in the caption of a photo from Jules Foxworthy’s wedding. Julianne married Brendan Corley in 2019.

Radio work

Foxworthy debuted The Foxworthy Countdown in April 1999, according to Mediabase.

Moreover, in 2001, the Country Music Association put him forward for “Broadcast Personality of the Year.” The program’s final episode, which broadcast over the weekend of December 27, 2009, was the 2009 year-end countdown.

Sirius Satellite Radio debuted the Blue Collar Comedy channel in 2006, which featured stand-up comedy with a Blue Collar theme also. In 2015, the station’s name was changed to Jeff & Larry’s Comedy Roundup, and it currently broadcasts under the SiriusXM moniker.

Meet His Wife: Pamela Gregg

Not only is Jeff Foxworthy fortunate to have a successful job, but also a loving family. Pamela Gregg, his stunning wife, is his wife.


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According to Wide Open Country, the two got acquainted before Jeff’s comic career took off. They first connected in the Atlanta club where he won a major comedy competition.

The lovebirds Jeff and Pamela tied the knot on September 18, 1985. Foxworthy’s gorgeous wife Gregg is very supportive of him and is quite helpful. Moreover, she became a producer in a number of her husband Jeff Foxworthy’s productions as his comedy career began to soar.

Jeff and Pamela are blessed with two daughters whose name goes by Juliane Foxworthy and Jordan Foxworthy

“The dad and daughter bond is just a special thing,” he said. “Before the girls were born, I would have said I always wanted to have boys because I like to bow hunt. The good Lord knew what I needed more.” 


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What is Jeff Foxworthy’s net worth and Salary?

Jeff Foxworthy, an American stand-up comedian net worth estimated at around $100 million. Foxworthy is well-known for his “you might be a redneck” jokes and is a member of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour along with Bill Engvall, Larry the Cable Guy, and Ron White.

Body Measurement

Jeff Foxworthy, who was born on September 6, 1958, will be 62 years old as of today, July 31, 2021. Moreover, he is 5 feet 10 inches tall and 178 centimeters tall, yet only weighs 74 kilos or 163.142 pounds.


Here are some of the best highlights of Jeff Foxworthy’s career:

  • Autobiography “You Might Be a Redneck if…” (1989)
  • The Jeff Foxworthy Show (1990)
  • Autobiography “No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem” (1996)
  • People’s Choice Award for Favorite Actor (1996)
  • The Foxworthy Countdown Radioshow (1999)
  • Blue Collar Comedy Tour (2000)
  • Country Music Association “Personality of the Year” (2001)
  • Comedy Central (2004)
  • Racing Stripes (2005)
  • Comedy Network (2007)
  • The Aviators (2009)
  • The Smurfs (2011)
  • Bunyan and Babe (2017)

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Social Media

Instagram: 97.4K followers


Why was the Jeff Foxworthy Show canceled?

Following Leno’s critical injuries from a gasoline fire at his Los Angeles garage over the weekend, a forthcoming Denver performance with Jeff Foxworthy and Jay Leno has been postponed.

When was Jeff Foxworthy born?

Jeff Foxworthy, who is currently 64 years old, was born on September 6, 1958.

What is Jeff Foxworthy’s height?

The height of Jeff Foxworthy is 1.78 m, or 5 ft 10 in.

Quick Facts:

  • Name: Jeff Foxworthy
  • Real Name: Jeffrey Marshall Foxworthy
  • Gender: Male
  • Profession: American Stand-up Comedian, Actor, Television Personality, Radio Personality,
  • Date of Birth: Sep 6, 1958
  • Age: 64 years old
  • Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia, United States
  • Height: 1.78 m
  • Weight: 75 Kg
  • Nationality: American
  • Net Worth: 2022 $120 million



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