Jeffery Marshall Foxworthy’s lifestyle, net worth, and career.

Jeffery Marshall Foxworthy is an American Stand-up Comedian, Actor, Author, TV personality, radio personality, and Producer.

Jeff is known as one of the members of the Blue Collar Comedy Tours. Foxworthy has released six comedy albums so far; his first two are already certified thrice by platinum.

Foxworthy has made several appearances on shows like Are you Smarter than a 5th Grader, The Jeff Foxworthy Show, etc.

He is also one of the bestselling authors, having published several books over the years. Explore Foxworthy’s life as we look into his net worth in detail.

Net Worth and Income Sources.

Jeff Foxworthy has made money through his career in comedy, acting, television, and writing. Working on ‘The Jeff Foxworthy Show,’ brought him $32,500 per episode for two years. His work on ‘Are you Smarter than a Fifth Grader,’ Foxworthy earned him $150,000 for every episode.

Jeffery Marshall Foxworthy on a field

Jeffery Marshall Foxworthy”s net worth is $100 million.

Jeff has also made money from his comedy albums. His first album produced around $3.1 million. His sales for the second album amounted to $3 million. The last album, Greatest Bits, produced an average of $150,000.

He also makes money for all the books he has been writing over the past years. Jeff Foxworthy’s net worth stands at $100 million.

House, Cars, Property, Lifestyle.

Jeff Foxworthy lives in his house back in Alpharetta, GA, near Atlanta together with his family. The house is rumored to cost somewhere near $2 Million. He also owns a 40,000 acre of land (Blue Springs Farm) in Chattahoochee, Georgia. Jeff currently owns an excavator, three John Deere tractors, a bulldozer, and a 69 Cameo.

Career Highlight.

Foxworthy’s debut comedy album, “You might be a redneck if…” went gold in 1994 and platinum in 1995. His second album, “Games Rednecks Play,” was nominated for Best Spoken Comedy Album at the 1996 Grammy Awards.

In 1995, Jeff starred in “The Jeff Foxworthy Show.” The show aired for one season before it got canceled. However, it was aired by NBC for the second season, but it was once again canceled. From 1998-2000, Foxworthy was invited to host “TNN Music City News Country Awards.”

In the 2000s, Foxworthy was part of The Blue Collar Comedy Tour alongside other comedians like Ron White, Larry the Cable Guy, and Bill Engvall. In 2004, he released a comedy CD, “Have your Loved ones Sprayed or Neutered,” which fell at number one on the Billboard Comedy Charts.

Below is a list of books that Jeff Foxworthy has authored;

  • The final helping of you might be a redneck if… (1989).
  • No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem (1996).
  • Jeff Foxworthy’s Redneck Dictionary (I, II, III).
  • Dirt on My Shirt (2008).
  • Hide!!! (, 2010).

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