Larry The Cable Guy - Early Life

Early Life

According to a CMT biography, Whitney grew up on a pig farm in Pawnee City, Nebraska. He went to college at the now defunct Baptist University of America. He credits his roommates from Texas and Georgia for inspiring his imitation Southern accent. He dropped out after his junior year after trying his hand at comedy.

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