Roy Clark is an American country musician who has a net worth of $1 million. Born in Meherrin, Virginia on April 15, 1933, Clark has been an active musician since 1950. He is best known for his role as host on Hee Haw, and he was often affiliated with Johnny Carson. His musical expertise is in guitar, banjo, vocals, fiddle, harmonica, and mandolin. Clark is a member of the Grand Ole Opry as well as the Country Music Hall of Fame. He started playing banjo, mandolin, and guitar when he was fourteen years old and won two National Banjo Championships by the time he was fifteen. Clark is a jack of all trades with his experience in baseball, boxing, piloting, music, and acting. He signed to Capitol Records in 1963 and later to Dot Records, ABC Records and MCA Records. He opened the Roy Clark Celebrity Theater in Branson, Missouri 1983, and he has endorsed Gretsch, Mosrite, and Heritage Guitars. He can be seen in films such as Matilda, Country Comes Home, Uphill All the Way, Freeway, Gordy, and Palo Pinto Gold. In 1982, Clark won a Grammy Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance for "Alabama Jubilee."
Roy Clark Net Worth
Date of Birth
Apr 15, 1933 (83 years old)
Singer, Guitarist, Actor, Musician, Performer, Television Show Host
United States of America
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