Redd Foxx Net Worth

Redd Foxx Net Worth:
-$3.5 Million

Redd Foxx net worth: Redd Foxx was an American comedian and actor who had a net worth of -$3.5 million. Redd Foxx was born in St. Louis, Missouri in December 1922. He was best known for starring in the television series Sanford and Son and for his explicit comedy albums. He gained fame as a raunchy nightclub act in the 1950s and 1960s.

Foxx was named the "King of the Party Records" and appeared on over 50 records during his career. He was named the 24th best stand-up comedian by Comedy Central Presents: 100 Greatest Stand-ups of All Time in 2004. Foxx starred as Fred G. Sanford in the television series Sanford and Son from 1972 to 1977 and in the TV series Sanford from 1980 to 1981. In 1986 he starred as Al Hughes in the television series The Red Foxx Show. In 1991 Foxx starred as Alfonso Royal in the TV series The Royal Family. He also starred in the movies All the Fine Young Cannibals, Cotton Comes to Harlem, Norman…Is That You?, and Harlem Nights. He won a Golden Globe Award for Best TV Actor – Musical/Comedy for Sanford and Son and was nominated for three others. Foxx also won two Image Awards and was nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards. At the time of his death he owed over $3.5 million in taxes. Redd Foxx passed away from a heart attack on October 11, 1991 at the age of 68.

Redd Foxx Net Worth

Redd Foxx

Net Worth:-$3.5 Million
Date of Birth:Dec 9, 1922 - Oct 11, 1991 (68 years old)
Height:5 ft 7 in (1.72 m)
Profession:Comedian, Actor, Screenwriter
Nationality:United States of America
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