Ron White, an American comedian, actor, writer, and producer, has a net worth of $40 million. White is most known for performing with Bill Engvall, Jeff Foxworthy, and Larry the Cable Guy on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour. “Tater Salad a.k.a. Busted in Des Moines” 1990, “Truckstop Comedy” 1994, “Drunk in Public” 2003, “You Can’t Fix Stupid” 2006, and “Behavioral Problems” 2007 are some of Ron’s stand-up comedy albums 2009.
He appeared in and produced the comedy specials “You Can’t Fix Stupid” and “Behavioral Problems,” as well as “They Call Me Tater Salad” (2004), “Ron White’s Comedy Salute to the Troops” (2011), and “A Little Unprofessional” (2015).
In the 2016 season of Showtime’s “Roadies,” White played Phil Valentine. He’s also appeared in “Sex and the City 2,” “Demoted,” and “Horrible Bosses,” among other films (2011). In 2006, Ron’s book “I Had the Right to Remain Silent…But I Didn’t Have the Ability” became a best-seller in the New York Times. He almost usually smokes cigarettes and drinks scotch during his act.
Ron White was born Ronald Dee White on December 18, 1956, in Fritch, Texas. Ron White was raised by his mother, Barbara Joan Craig, after his father, Charles, died while he was a youngster. Deer Park High School was Ron’s alma mater. He joined the Navy when he was 17 and served on the USS Conserver during the “end of the Vietnam War.” When he told the soldier who was supposed to take his seat at a picnic, “Get up here and take my position before someone eats all that potato salad!” Ron earned the nickname “Tater Salad.”
On August 1, 1981, Ron married Lori Brice. Before getting divorced in 1992, they had a son named Marshall. In June 2004, White married Barbara Dobbs. They broke up in 2008, and White married singer Margo Rey on October 13, 2013. When Rey asked for alimony after Ron and Margo split up in 2017, White claimed they weren’t lawfully married. Because White and Rey lived together, a judge ruled in August 2019 that they were married under Texas law. Because he couldn’t make any money during the COVID-19 epidemic, Ron sought a judge in April 2020 to discontinue his $25,000-per-month payments to Margo. White is a supporter of the Armed Forces Foundation and the Red Cross. He founded “Ron White’s”.
He began “Ron White’s Comedy Salute to the Troops” in 2009. The Armed Forces Association receives funds from the annual charity show’s ticket and DVD sales. In the past, comedians like as Brian Regan, Lewis Black, Kathleen Madigan, and Dave Attell have appeared.
In 1986, White performed stand-up comedy for the first time. He warmed up the audience for Jeff Foxworthy and Sam Kinison before becoming a headliner. In 1990, he released his first comedy CD, “Tater Salad a.k.a. Busted in Des Moines.” He released “Truckstop Comedy” in 1994. In the year 2000, Ron joined the Blue Collar Comedy Tour.
Over the course of three years, the tour visited over 270 cities and grossed more than $35 million. “Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie” was released in 2003, and “Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again” was released in 2005. “Blue Collar TV” aired on The WB from 2004 to 2006. White was not a series regular, but he did appear as a guest star in multiple episodes.
In 2003, he released the comedy album “Drunk in Public,” which was certified Gold and charted at #2 on both the Comedy Specials and Top Heatseekers charts on the “Billboard” charts. His next three albums, “You Can’t Fix Stupid” in 2006, “Behavioral Problems” in 2009, and “A Little Unprofessional” in 2013, all charted at number one on the Comedy Albums chart.
On the Top Country Albums list, “You Can’t Fix Stupid” likewise reached number two. “12 Miles of Bad Road” in 2007, “Reno 911!” in 2008, and “Kath & Kim” in 2009 all had White as a guest star. He was a judge on “The Gong Show with Dave Attell” in 2008. Organica Music Group was founded in 2010 by Ron and producer Michael Blakey.