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LARRY THE CABLE GUY (Mater) gits the job done with plenty of laughter and pathos in providing the voice for this tractor-tipping tow truck who never backs away from a friend. With his cries of "Git-R-Done!” and "Lord, I apologize,” Larry is selling out theaters and arenas across the United States. Larry released his CD The Right to Bare Arms (Jack Records/Warner Bros. Records) in March 2005, and it debuted simultaneously at number one on both the SoundScan Comedy chart and the country chart, marking the first time in SoundScan history that a comedy album topped the country chart. Certified Gold by the RIAA with 500,000 units sold, The Right to Bare Arms was also a Grammy® nominee, and earned Larry Billboard's 2005 awards for Comedy Artist of the Year and Comedy Album of the Year.

Larry's performance in CARS comes on the heels of his first live-action feature-film role in "Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector,” where Larry plays a restaurant health inspector who investigates a rash of food poisonings, goes undercover, and outs the villains at the Citywide Chef Challenge. In addition, Larry is now a bestselling author, whose book Git-RDone was released last October 25 and debuted at number 26 on the New York Times bestseller list.

Larry starred in "Blue Collar TV,” a sketch comedy series for the WB Network which premiered in July 2004. The show was viewed by 5.4 million people and had an ensemble cast that included Jeff Foxworthy and Bill Engvall from "Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie,” the film based on the highly successful concert tour.

"Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie” premiered on Comedy Central in November 2003, and at that time was the highest-rated movie in the channel's history. The DVD has sold more that four million units. The sequel, "Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again,” premiered on Comedy Central in February 2005, and has since sold 3.6 million copies on DVD. In March 2006, the Blue Collar boys reunited to shoot "Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One for the Road” in Washington D.C. at the Warner Theater, which airs on Comedy Central on June 4, 2006. Larry's first album release, Lord, I Apologize, reached gold status and was number one on the Billboard comedy chart for fifteen weeks running. Larry's DVD special "Git-R-Done” has sold more than a million copies and has been certified multiplatinum. The special aired on Comedy Central and gave the network their second-biggest Sunday night ratings in the channel's history.

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