Jeff Foxworthy is one of the most respected and successful comedians in the country. He is the largest selling comedy-recording artist in history, a multiple Grammy Award nominee and best selling author of more than 15 books. Widely known for his redneck jokes, his act goes well beyond that to explore the humor in everyday family interactions and human nature, a style that has been compared to Mark Twain’s. Foxworthy starred in and executive produced the television series, "Blue Collar TV," which he created for the WB network. "Blue Collar TV" came about due to the success of "Blue Collar Comedy Tour, The Movie" and the concert tour of the same name. "Blue Collar Comedy Tour, Rides Again," the sequel to the first film, has sold more than 3 million units since its release on December 7, 2004. Foxworthy's newest book “The Redneck Dictionary” was released on October 18, 2005. The book is based on the popular words of the south Jeff recounts in his stand up act. Jeff was the voice of "Reggie the Rooster" in the Warner Bros. film "Racing Stripes," which was released earlier this year. He is also the voice of the animated character "Lyle" in the Disney movie "Fox and The Hound II," which will be released on home video later this year. He also hosts The Foxworthy Countdown, a weekly syndicated three-hour radio show, which his carried in over two hundred and twenty markets across the United States.