Who is Cara Whitney?
Cara Whitney was born in Wisconsin, USA in 1976, but has kept the exact date of birth hidden from the media’s attention – her zodiac sign is believed to be Aries and she holds American nationality. She is a radio DJ and a writerbut who is perhaps best known as the other half of Daniel Lawrence Whitney, a comedian better known by his name Larry the Cable Guy.
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Youth and education
Cara is very secretive when it comes to her personal affairs and has not shared any details about siblings or parents with the public, but it is known that her father was a cattle farmerand that she grew up on a family farm.
Cara attended a local high school where she became interested in acting and creative writing, and while she hasn’t talked about her further education, it’s widely believed that she attended college and received her bachelor’s degree in 1998.
After seemingly graduating, Cara moved to Los Angeles, California and started working as a radio DJ first – holding the job for a number of years and doing some TV series in the meantime. In 2008, she appeared in a single episode of the comedy game show ‘Celebrity Family Feud’, while in 2009 she appeared in a single episode of the documentary series “Biography” – in 2018 she was a guest on an episode of the news talk show “Fox and Friends”.
Cara has kept her career private and not much is known about all that she has done over the past two decades – she is known to be a writer, however, as she released her book “Unbrindled Faith: 100 Devotions from the Horse Farm” in 2018.
Love Life and Marriage with Larry the Cable Guy
Cara and Larry met in Los Angeles in 2004 when she was working as a radio DJ, and after their first date, the two realized they had a lot more in common than they first thought.
It was only a year before they married on July 3, 2005, in a private and very low-key ceremony in a Nebraska field attended by their closest friends and family, and cost them less than $2080.
On August 2, 2006, Cara gave birth to their son Wyatt Whitney while their daughter Reagan Whitney followed on October 29, 2007 – she was named after former US President Ronald Reagan, as Larry is a huge fan of his.
The family of four now lives in their $3.6 million Arizona home.
Hobbies and other interests
A major philanthropist, Cara became interested in donating money after her son was born with hip dysplasia and after he was cured at the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children – Cara and Larry then donated $5 million to the hospital to help found the International Hip Dysplasia Institute founded there. She and Larry are also founders of the nonprofit The Git-R-Done Foundation, which aims to help underprivileged children and war veterans.
Cara enjoys traveling in her spare time and has traveled all over the US to keep her husband company at his red carpet event, as well as for fun.
She has also been to Europe and has visited several countries including France and England.
She enjoys watching movies – her favorite actor and actress are Will Smith and Natalie Portman, while some of her favorite movies are “I, Robot”, “Leon: The Professional” and “I Am Legend”.
Age, height and power
Kara is 44 years old. She has long brown hair and gray eyes, hair length is 5ft 4ins (1.62m) and she weighs approximately 115lbs (52kgs). As of December 2020, her net worth was estimated to be over $1 million while Larry’s net worth is reportedly over $80 million.
Who is Larry the cable guy?
Daniel Lawrence ‘Larry’ Whitney was born in Pawnee City, Nebraska, USA, on February 17, 1963 – his zodiac sign is Aquarius and he is of American nationality. He is an actor, comedian, film producer and singer, who is perhaps best known for the seven comedy albums he has released.
Larry was raised on a pig farm by his father Tom, who was also a guitarist and entertainer, and his mother, Shirley, who was a homemaker. He studied at The King’s Academy and then graduated from Berean Christian School in 1982. Larry took a bachelor’s degree and received it from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1986, after moving there from Baptist University of America.
Larry spent the next several years in various jobs before launching his radio career in the early ’90s – his voice was featured on shows “The Ron and Ron Show”, “The Bob & Tom Show” and “The Todd and Tyler show”.
He had been doing stand-up comedy for several years when he created the Cable Guy character, who looks like a redneck and mostly tells stories related to his family, while also being popular for his catchphrase ‘Git-R-Done!’ Larry’s debut comedy album was released in 2001 entitled “Lord, I Excuses”, while his second followed in 2005 called “The Right to Bare Arms”.
He went on to star on his own show, “Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy,” which aired on the History Channel, attracting approximately 4.1 million viewers during its premiere.
Larry has been nominated for eight awards for his performances and won a Visual Effects Society Award in 2007 for Outstanding Performance by an Animated Character in an Animated Feature for the animated film “Cars”.
He is a big fan of the Nebraska Cornhuskers football club and has watched almost all of their games. Larry is also a fan of rock music, with his favorite band REO Speedwagon, which gave him the chance to appear alongside at a benefit concert in Bloomington, Illinois in 2013.