Ronald Dee White, commonly known as Ron White, is an US-based stand-up comic and actor. He was born on 18th December, 1956, in Fritch, Texas. He is mostly seen doing stand-up routines while either drinking from a glass of scotch or smoking cigars or cigarettes. His book, I Had The Right To Remain Silent But I Didn’t Have The Ability made the New York Times bestseller in 2006.
Ron White Net Worth
According to estimations, Ron White’s net worth is a whopping $30 million. He has made most of his wealth from doing stand-up comedy routines. Some of his other sources of income include his Blue Collar Comedy Tours, CD and DVD sales and book sales. In 2013 alone, White made an aggregate of $10 million.
Ron White Life History
Ronald Dee White was born in Fritch, Texas, on 18th December, 1956. He was born to his two loving parents, Charles White and Barbara Craig. White joined the United States Navy service when he was 17. He served on the ship USS Conserver. His dream, right from his childhood, was to grow up to become a famous comedian. For a short while in his life, White lived in Mexico. In his time there, he bought a pottery factory. He finally returned to the United States for the sole intention of pursuing comedy. After returning to the United States, White toured with many famous comedians such as Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy. This tour was part of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour and took place in between January 2000 to March 2003. It took place in over 90 cities and made earnings that crossed the $15 million mark. White soon started making a name for himself in the comic industry. White soon got his own variety show called The Ron White Show. It aired on the WB Television Network. After that his career graph just went uphill. He did many cameos for movies and TV shows, and numerous shows that earned him a lot of wealth and fame.
Ron White Known For
Ron White is an US-based stand-up comedian most commonly known as a charter member of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour. He is also known as the author of the book, I Had The Right To Remain Silent But I Didn’t Have The Ability. This book made the New York Times Bestseller in 2006. White is also known as the man who is always drinking from a glass of scotch. If he’s not holding a glass, he is either smoking cigars or cigarettes.
Ron White Political/Business Affiliations
Ron White announced that he would be running for President of The United States in 2016, as an independent candidate. White is a charter member of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour. White also co-owns a tequila company with his brother-in-law Alex Reymundo, called Number Juan Tequila.
Ron White is one of this generation’s finest comics. His rise to fame is a story one can take great inspiration from. His unique way of performing his routines and the way he tells his story is one of the reasons of his success. One can also take inspiration from his bestselling book, I Had The Right To Remain Silent But I Didn’t Have The Ability.