Jim Varney

Born Jun 15, 1949
  • Actor, Comedian, Writer, Voice Actor, Musician
Net Worth
$12 Million
James Albert "Jim" Varney, Jr. was an American actor, voice actor, comedian, and writer best known for his role as Ernest P. Worrell, who was used in numerous television commercial campaigns and movies, giving Varney fame worldwide and for playing Jed Clampett in the 1993 movie version of The Beverl...
Jim Varney

Jim Varney Stats

Nickname

: James Albert Varney Jr., James Albert Varney, Jim Varnie, James Albert "Jim" Varney, Jr., Jim, James Albert Varney, Jr.

Profession

: Actor, Comedian, Writer, Voice Actor, Musician

Height

: 6 ft (1.85 m)

Nationality

: United States of America

Date of Birth

: June 15, 1949

Place of Birth

: Lexington

Date of Death

: February 10, 2000

Place of Death

: White House

Cause of Death

: Lung cancer
Appearances

Jim Varney Film Roles

  1. Knowhutimean? Hey Vern, It's My Family Album
    Ernest P. Worrell
  2. The Rousters
    Evan Earp
    The Rousters
  3. Dr. Otto and the Riddle of the Gloom Beam
    Laughin' Jack
  4. Dr. Otto and the Riddle of the Gloom Beam
    Rudd Hardtact
  5. Dr. Otto and the Riddle of the Gloom Beam
    Dr. Otto
  6. Ernest Goes to Camp
    Ernest P. Worrell
    Ernest Goes to Camp
  7. Ernest Saves Christmas
    Ernest P. Worrell
    Ernest Saves Christmas
  8. Ernest Goes to Jail
    Ernest P. Worrell
  9. Ernest Scared Stupid
    Ernest P. Worrell
  10. Wilder Napalm
    Rex

Jim Varney Film Appearances

  1. Jeff Foxworthy's Comedy Classics
  2. 100 Years of Comedy
    100 Years of Comedy

Jim Varney TV Starring Roles

  1. Johnny Cash and Friends
  2. Fernwood 2 Night
    Virgil Simms
  3. America 2-Night
    Virgil Simms
  4. Operation Petticoat
    Seaman 'Doom & Gloom' Broom
  5. Pop! Goes the Country
  6. The Rousters
    Evan Earp
  7. Hey Vern, It's Ernest!
    Dr. Otto
  8. Hey Vern, It's Ernest!
    Baby Ernest
  9. Hey Vern, It's Ernest!
    Auntie Nelda

Jim Varney TV Guest Roles

  1. Bart Carny
    Bart Carny
  2. Better Never Than Late
    Milo Skinner
  3. You've Come a Wrong Way, Baby
    You've Come a Wrong Way, Baby