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About Larry the Cable Guy

"Git-R-Done!"

This is the catch phrase of the church-going, strip bar-going, know-it-all comedian Larry the Cable Guy.

He was the voice of Mater in the Disney/Pixar film "Cars," and the upcoming "Cars 2," as well as the star of the movies "Witless Protection," "Delta Farce" and "Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector."

Born and raised on a pig farm in Pawnee City, Nebraska his family then moved to West Palm Beach, Florida. Like many comics he began his career on a dare at a local comedy club in 1986. He was immediately hooked. In 1988, he quit his day job as the funniest bellhop at The Ramada and hit the road. It wasn't long before he was wowing comedy club crowds with his high energy one liner style of stand up and soon made appearances on "Evening at The Improv," "Comic Strip Live," Comedy Central, MTV and Showtime.

In addition to starring in "Blue Collar TV," Larry starred along with Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Ron White in the highly successful concert tour Blue... Read More »

"Git-R-Done!"

This is the catch phrase of the church-going, strip bar-going, know-it-all comedian Larry the Cable Guy.

He was the voice of Mater in the Disney/Pixar film "Cars," and the upcoming "Cars 2," as well as the star of the movies "Witless Protection," "Delta Farce" and "Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector."

Born and raised on a pig farm in Pawnee City, Nebraska his family then moved to West Palm Beach, Florida. Like many comics he began his career on a dare at a local comedy club in 1986. He was immediately hooked. In 1988, he quit his day job as the funniest bellhop at The Ramada and hit the road. It wasn't long before he was wowing comedy club crowds with his high energy one liner style of stand up and soon made appearances on "Evening at The Improv," "Comic Strip Live," Comedy Central, MTV and Showtime.

In addition to starring in "Blue Collar TV," Larry starred along with Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Ron White in the highly successful concert tour Blue Collar Comedy Tour movies: "Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie," "Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again" and "Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One for the Road." In 2009, he was the guest of honor at Comedy Central's "Roast of Larry the Cable Guy."

His recorded work includes the CDs "Lord, I Apologize," "A Very Larry Christmas," "The Right to Bare Arms" and "Morning Constitutions." Larry the Cable Guy's most recent special, "Tailgate Party" is available on CD/DVD.