Mac Davis is an American country music singer who has released ten studio albums. He is a songwriter and also works as an actor. Some of his popular singles are “Baby Don’t Get Hooked On Me”, “One Hell of a Woman”, “Stop and Smell the Roses”, and “I Never Made Love”. Davis has written many hit singles for other artists and has starred in many TV shows and movies. Here is a quick summary of Mac Davis’s net worth in 2018, career and earnings.
Mac Davis Early Life
Morris Mac Davis is the son of Edith Irene and T. J. Davis. He was born in Texas’s Lubbock on 21 January 1942.
He completed his schooling at Lubbock High School. He had a tough childhood and later joined the Golden Gloves.
From 1963 to 1968, Mac Davis was married to Fran Cook. They have a son named, Joel Scott. In 1971, he got married to Sarah Barg. The couple divorced after five years. He married his current wife, Lise Kristen Gerard in 1982. They are the parents of Cody Luke and Noah Claire.
In 1979, Davis was listed in “Promising New Actors”. He has written many hit songs for Elvis Presley.
Mac Davis Career, Awards & Achievement
Mac Davis was first a member of the group Zots. He soon became a popular songwriter and went on to write many hit songs like “Memories”, “In the Ghetto”, “A Little Less Conversation”, “Don’t Cry Daddy”, and “Don’t Get Hooked on Me”.
In 1970, he released his first album ‘Song Painter’ on Columbia Records. The following year, he came up with ‘I Believe in Music’. This was followed by the commercially successful album ‘Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me’. His self-titled album came up in 1973.
In the 1970s, Davis released the albums ‘Burnin’ Thing’, ‘Stop and Smell the Roses’, ‘Forever Lovers’, ‘Thunder in the Afternoon’, and ‘Fantasy’. His albums from the 1980s are ‘It’s Hard to Be Humble’, ‘Forty ‘82’, ‘Soft Talk’, and ‘Somewhere in America’.
Davis released the album ‘Will Write Songs for Food’ in 1994. He has released eight compilation albums and 38 singles.
On the acting front, Davis was first seen in the 1979 film ‘North Dallas Forty’. His other movie credits are ‘Beer for My Horses’, ‘Jackpot’, ‘Angel’s Dance’, ‘The Sting II’, ‘Cheaper to Keep Her’, and ‘Possums’.
In television, he hosted ‘The Mac Davis Show’ from 1974 to 1976. Davis has hosted several television specials and has acted in many TV shows like ‘Rodney’, ‘That ‘70s Show’, ‘The Client’, ‘Webster’, and ‘Tall Tales and Legends’.
Awards & Achievements
In 1974, Mac Davis was presented with the Award of Entertainer of the Year by the Academy of Country Music. He has been inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, Songwriters Hall of Fame, Texas Country Music Hall of Fame, as well as Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. He has twice won the BMI TV Music Award. In 1998, he was honored with a Star on the Walk of Fame.
Net Worth of Mac Davis
The estimated net worth of Mac Davis is more than $15 million. Thanks to his illustrious career as an actor and singer-songwriter, that he was able to amass this fortune. He has written many hit singles and has also released a number of albums. Apart from acting in movies, Mac Davies has hosted his show and also voiced in the TV series ‘’King of the Hill’, ‘Johnny Bravo’, and Oswald. He is also credited with the TV films ‘Murder, She Wrote: The Last Free Man’ and ‘The Dukes of Hazzard: Hazzard in Hollywood’.
Mac Davis is one of the most renowned singers in the world. He has been a popular name in the 1970s and 1980s. He has frequently collaborated with many artists in their work. He is an influential person who still continues to be active in his career.