Birthday: 17-02-1963
Age: 56
Star sign: Pisces

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Larry the Cable Guy, born with the real name Daniel Lawrence "Larry" Whitney, is a multi-talented person with the skills and experience of being an actor, former radio personality, and American stand-up comedian. By his name many people misunderstood that he works for the cable company but actually he doesn’t. He started his career back in the 1990s by making his appearances regularly on radio phone-in shows. He got fame through his character, Larry.

His character is so unique and loved by his fans as Larry has a stereotypical redneck appearance with a southern accent of his voice and uses his very own catchphrase “Git-R-Done!”. He along with his wife has created a non-profit organization, the GIT-R-DONE Foundation, which has donated around $7,000,000 to various charities to emphasize on children’s and veteran’s causes. He is also known for the voice of the character of “Mater” in the Disney/Pixar Golden Globe awards winning animated movies Cars and Cars 2.

His stardom includes the highest rated movie which premiered on Comedy Central, the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, which grossed around $15,000,000. He is the bestselling writer of the book Git-R-Done that ranked 26 in the Ney York Best-seller list in 2005.

Junior Simpson English Actor

Junior Simpson

Junior Simpson is a British stand-up comedian. He belongs to the Jamaican descent. Junior was born in Luton, Bedfordshire in England. He completed his education at Beechwood Primary School and later went to Challney High School for Boys. Due to his infectious energy and stage presence, Junior grabs the headlines at almost all major clubs across the UK. Also, he performs in other parts of the world like Australia and South Africa on a regular basis. Junior also contributes regularly to The Cutting Edge Team at the Comedy Store. He has performed comedy at festivals across the globe namely, ‘Leeds Comedy in The Park’, ‘Reading Festival’, ‘Liverpool Comedy Festival’, etc. He also has got the opportunity to perform for various radio stations including the UK and around the world in shows like ‘London Live’, ‘The Edge’, ‘The Beaton Generation R4’etc. Junior has also performed in some movies like in the role of  “Dildar Singh” for the 2007 movie ‘Don’t Stop Dreaming’, directed by Azjad Nazir and ‘High Heels Low Lives’ as “Mickey” released in the year 2003. He is also involved in comedy writing like ‘As the Chicken Jerks’ for stage sitcom and Independent Black women. Also, he has been the warm-up artist for numerous shows like ‘The Sketch Show’, ‘Hippies’ and ‘Dead Ringers’. He is represented by the comedy management company called Glorious Management and happens to be the top comedian for it. Simpson recently appeared on the show ‘Top Gear’ with Richard Hammond and also on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast with Joe Rogan and Russel Peters.  

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Lewis Black

Lewis Niles Black is an actor, author, playwright, comedian on American television. He is very famous for his comedy style and putting up angry expressions. His comedy series ranges from different domains like religion, politics, history and other cultural trends also. He entertained the audience by hosting the comedy central series like Lewis Black's Root of All Evil an American television series Written by David Sacks and produced by Scott Carter. This series ended with 18 episodes. He occasionally gave guest appearances by doing commentary part on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, a satirical television program on Comedy Central. He is also a spokesperson for Tourism Authority of Aruba by giving guest appearances in their advertisements in 2009 and 2010. In 2004, he ranked 51 among the top 100 stand-up comedians by Comedy Central. Also in 2008, he ranked fifth in a stand-up showdown by Comedy Central and for 2010; he got 11th in the same showdown. From 2013 onwards, he is also working as voting rights ambassador for American Civil Liberties Union. Black, who was raised from a middle-class family, was born in Washington, D.C. He completed his graduation in 1996 from Springbrook High School. He went to the University of North Carolina, which is situated at Chapel Hill and before that, he studied a year at the University of Maryland. At the University of North Carolina, he learned playwriting. Also, he became a member of student congress. He also got a degree as Master of fine arts in 1977 from Yale School of Drama. He began his career as a playwright in the theater. He also worked as an in-residence playwright. He gained some experience as an associate artistic director in West Bank Cafe Downstairs Theatre Bar that was owned by Steve Olsen. His major strengths in television series were finger shaking by putting up angry emotions, hyperbole, sarcasm, shouting, and profanity. He started his comedy in Comedy Central presents from 1988. In 2000 and 2002, he also did comedy to two other episodes of the same series. In 2002, he got the opportunity in another special called titled Taxed Beyond Belief. He also hosted the ceremony of World Stupidity Awards at Just for Laughs, which was a comedy special for three years at that time. He also gave an appearance in Aria (1991) episode number 25 and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on which he did episode “Obscene” in 2004. He also gave his voice as "Manobrain" for Duck Dodgers a cartoon network series.

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