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Pawnee City, Nebraska

Daniel Lawrence Whitney, better known by his stage name Larry the Cable Guy, is an American stand-up comedian, actor, voice actor, and former radio host. He is well-known as a former member of the comedy group “Blue Collar Comedy Tour” and is the author of several comedic albums, including “Law and Disorder,” “Salutations and Flatulations,” “A Very Larry Christmas,” “Lord, I Apologize,” “Morning Constitutions,” “The Right to Bare Arms,” and “Tailgate Party.” Additionally, the comic has acted in numerous movies, such as “Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector,” “Witless Protection,” and “Delta Farce.” Whitney is a voice actor who has provided the voice of Mater in the “Cars” movie and video game franchises. He has provided voice work for the television program “Cars Toons.” The American actor has additionally appeared in a number of TV movies, documentaries, and other shows. Being so well-liked in the US, Bektrom Foods of North Dakota even named a range of food goods after Larry the Cable Guy!

Career in Radio

The Cable Larry In 1990, Guy started his radio career by regularly appearing on programs like “The Ron and Ron Show,” “The Bob and Tom Show,” “The Todd and Tyler Show,” and “The Chris Baker Show.” Later, he contributed commentary to “Greg and the Morning Buzz.”

Career on the Spot

Initially, Daniel Lawrence Whitney—Larry the Cable Guy’s true name—performed stand-up comedy. But it wasn’t until the creation of the Cable Guy character that he achieved popularity and success. In 1995, he issued his debut comedy album, “Law and Disorder.” He published his second album, “Salutations and Flatulations,” two years later.
The American comedian released his third album, “Lord, I Apologize,” on October 30, 2001. This record was a big success because it was Gold-certified. Following this, in 2004 and 2005, respectively, Whitney released the CDs “A Very Larry Christmas” and “The Right to Bare Arms.” These CDs were followed by numerous more comedy albums, such as “Morning Constitutions,” “Christmastime in Larryland,” “Tailgate Party,” and “The Best of Larry the Cable Guy,” all of which were commercial successes.

Movie Career of Larry the Cable Guy

In 2003’s stand-up comedy concert movie “Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie,” Whitney made her debut. Following this, he portrayed Larry in the 2006 movie “Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector.” He provided Mater’s voice in the film “Cars” that same year. The actor acted in the films “Delta Farce” and “Witless Protection” shortly after. In the 2011 film “Cars 2,” he returned to the role of Mater as a voice actor. The American actor played Buddy in the movie “A Madea Christmas” two years later. Then, in “Cars 3,” he provided Mater’s voice once more in 2017.

Career in Television

Whitney made her television debut in the 2004 series “Blue Collar TV.” He started doing Mater’s voice in the “Cars Toons: Mater’s Tall Tales” series in 2008. Then, starting in 2011, he started making appearances on the travel show “Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy.” Following that, the actor provided voiceovers for “Cars Toons: Tales From Radiator Springs.” Whitney has also provided voices for the video game franchises “Cars” and “Disney Infinity.”

Individual Life of Larry the Cable Guy

The Cable Larry On February 17, 1963, Tom and Shirley Whitney gave birth to Guy as Daniel Lawrence Whitney in Pawnee City, Nebraska, in the United States. He attended the Florida school The King’s Academy from the late 1970s to 1980. In 1982, he earned his diploma from Berean Christian School. Whitney later attended the University of Nebraska and the Baptist University of America.
In terms of the comedian’s romantic history, he wed Cara in 2005. Reagan is the couple’s daughter, while Wyatt is their son.

Estimated Net Worth and Salary

American stand-up comedian and actor Larry the Cable Guy has a $100 million fortune. He first rose to fame as a member of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, when he developed the phrase that would become his catchphrase, “git-R-done.” The RIAA awarded Larry numerous gold certifications for his comedic albums. He is also an actor, best known for lending his voice to Mater in the “Cars” series. Larry The Cable Guy’s Salary is $20 Million Per Year.