Jeff Foxworthy is an American actor, TV personality, comedian, and author, best known for starring in his own TV sitcom ‘The Jeff Foxworthy Show’ (1995-1997). Jeff started his entertainment career as a stand-up comedian and released his successful comedy album ‘You Might Be a Redneck If.. ’ in 1993. Some of his other popular comedy albums include ‘Games Rednecks Play’ (1995), which earned him a ‘Grammy Award’ for ‘Best Spoken Comedy Album’; ‘Totally Committed’ (1998), which received another ‘Grammy’ nomination; and ‘Big Funny’ (2000). He has given his voice to various characters in films such as ‘Racing Stripes’ (2005), ‘The Smurfs’ (2011), ‘The Smurfs 2’ (2013), and ‘ Bunyan and Babe’ (2017). He has appeared on several TV shows as well, including ‘Space Ghost Coast to Coast,’ (1998), ‘Blue Collar TV Show’ (2006), ‘The Bucks of Tecomate’ (2012), and ‘Are You Smarter than A 5th Grader?’ (2015).
An abandoned baby zebra is rescued and adopted by a retired horse trainer named Nolan. The zebra grows up believing himself to be a racehorse, and dreams of participating in the race one day.
Gargamel, the wicked wizard drives the little blue people, the Smurfs, out of their enchanted village, after which they land in the Central Park of New York City. They meet Patrick Winslow whom they follow to his home. The lost Smurfs need help to get away from human-world and reach their village before Gargamel captures them to snatch their potent, youth-providing essence.
Wicked wizard Gargamel, who is after the magical Smurf-essence, creates Smurf-like Naughties, to seize the essence. When he learns that only Smurfette knows the secret spell to turn the Naughties into genuine Smurfs who can get him the essence, Gargamel kidnaps and takes her to Paris. Now the Smurfs, with the help of their human friends, must rescue her from the sorcerer.
Jeff Foxworthy Awards
|Winner||Favorite Male Performer in a New TV Series||1996|