Gallery: Ron White
Fans of Ron White may best remember him from his role alongside Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry The Cable Guy from their highly successful Blue Collar Comedy Tour and film, but White’s core fan base knows he’s paid his dues over his 25 years in stand-up comedy. After emerging as one the standout comics in the Dallas/Forth Worth area during the 1980’s, White gradually honed his act while his contemporaries fled to Los Angeles in pursuit of sitcom stardom. After relentless years of touring the Midwest, and the immense popularity of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, White finally found mainstream success and has since gone on to release several albums and one hour specials for Comedy Central, along with his book, Ron “Tater Salad” White” I Had the Right to Remains Silent. . .But I didn’t Have the Ability, which debuted on the New York Times Best Sellers List in 2006. On Saturday, September 17, White will celebrate his 26th anniversary as a stand up comedian onstage at Copely Symphony Hall in downtown San Diego.
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