|Date of Birth||September 2, 1934|
|Place of Birth||Amarillo, Texas|
Grady Nutt was born on September 2, 1934 in Amarillo, Texas. He died on Nov 23, 1982 (age 48). He was a minister in the Southern Baptist Church and a well-known television personality. In addition to his theological teachings, he was well-known for his sense of humour.
At the tender age of nine, he received his licence to practise the ministry. On the long-running comedy television show Hee Haw, where he was a regular cast member, he was known for his two-minute long improvisational routines. In 1957, he tied the knot with Eleanor Watkins.
Grady Nutt was an ordained minister and a humorist who wrote more than twenty books. His books include How to Win a Fight with a Liberal, How to Pray When You’re Pissed Off, and When God Says No. Nutt’s writing is characterized by his Christian faith and southern roots. He often wrote about topics that were considered taboo, such as sex and politics. Nutt’s writing was popular among Christians and non-Christians alike. He died in 1982, but his books continue to be popular today.
Wife and Family
Nancy Nutt was Grady Nutt’s wife. They were married for 33 years. Nancy was a stay-at-home mom and was very involved in her children’s lives. She was a very kind and caring person. She was always there for her family and was always willing to help out. Nancy was a great cook and loved to entertain. She was always the life of the party. Nancy passed away in 2015 after a long battle with cancer.