Jethro ( Comedian ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife and Children
Geoffrey Rowe, known by his stage name Jethro, was a British stand-up comedian and singer know all about him in this article as like his amily, Net Worth, Parents, Wife and Children
Jethro Comedian ( Geoffrey Rowe ) Biography / Wikipedia
|Birthdate||8 March 1948|
|Age (as of 2021)||73 years|
|Place of Birth||Saint Buryan, United Kingdom|
|Parents||Name not known|
|Last Update||December 2021|
Geoffrey Rowe known by his stage name Jethro, was a British stand-up comedian and singer, born in Cornwall.His management said in a statement: "It is with tremendous sadness that we announce the passing of the well known and popular Cornish comedian Jethro."Tragically Jethro passed away on 14th December 2021 after contracting COVID-19.
Jethro Early Life and Famiy
He was born in St Buryan, Cornwall, the son of a farmer, and after leaving school apprenticed as a carpenter and worked in the Levant tin mine. He joined the local operatic society in St Just, as a bass singer, and then started touring pubs and clubs in Cornwall, singing traditional songs and developing his comedy act. From 1967 he also played rugby as a prop forward in over 100 matches for Penzance & Newlyn RFC, which later became the Cornish Pirates.
Jethro ( Geoffrey Rowe ) Wife
Jethro was a Married but he has not reveal anything about his wife and personal life on social medis.Jethro leaves behind his life partner Jennie, sons Jesse and Lanyon, step daughter Sarah.
Jethro ( Geoffrey Rowe ) Net Worth
Jethro was a British stand-up comedian and singer has an estimated Net Worth around $4 Million in 2021.
|Net Worth ( 2021 )||$4 Million|
|Income / Salary||Under Review|
Jethro Professional Career
The name 'Jethro' came from his real name, Geoff Rowe, influenced by the character Jethro in The Beverly Hillbillies television show.After his popularity grew in Cornwall and Devon through the 1980s, he made his first national television performance in 1990 on the Des O'Connor Show, making several subsequent appearances. He also appeared on Jim Davidson's programmes, and on regional television, though much of his material was considered unsuitable for a television audience. He produced his first video, A Portion of Jethro, in 1993, followed by several others. He also claimed that, during the height of his popularity, he sold some 250,000 theatre seats a year. In 2001, he appeared in a Royal Variety Performance.
He lived in later years at Lewdown, in Devon close to the Cornwall border, where he bred horses and owned a comedy club which closed in 2012. In 1995, he walked from Land's End to Lewdown and raised £20,000 for a cancer scanner appeal.In February 2020 he announced that he was retiring from public performances at the end of the year; the final shows were later postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Death and Tributes
"Tragically Jethro passed away on 14th December 2021 after contracting COVID-19."Jethro leaves behind his life partner Jennie, sons Jesse and Lanyon, step daughter Sarah, daughter-in-law Stacey and of course his much loved grandchildren."We ask that you respect our privacy at this very sad time and give us all time to grieve.
Paying tribute to the star, one person said on Twitter: "RIP Jethro. Not only a Cornish legend, but a legendary comedian across the globe."Another posted: "Aww man, how sad, the best stand up comedian from the West Country ever."Have seen Jethro a number of times. He was brilliant, a top guy, such unique delivery, incredibly funny."They don't make 'em like him anymore, a sad day."