George Strait

George Strait

Highest Rated: 41% Pure Country (1992)

Lowest Rated: 20% Grand Champion (2002)

Birthday: May 18, 1952

Birthplace: Poteet, Texas

Served in the Army from 1971 to '75. His first country No. 1 was 1982's "Fool Hearted Memory"; as of early 2007, he had a total of 54 chart-toppers from his winning mix of honky-tonk and Western swing . His cowboy look is more than just his hat, as Strait's a member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, and takes part in cow-roping with son George Jr. and brother Buddy. Suffered the loss of 13-year-old daughter Jenifer in a motorcycle crash in 1986, and dedicated his CMA Male Vocalist of the Year award for that year to her memory. People magazine named him one of the world's most beautiful people in 1990. Among his acting credits is 1992's Pure Country, in which he played a troubled country singer. Has received 16 CMA Awards (including two as Entertainer of the Year and five for Male Vocalist of the Year), and 15 Academy of Country Music (R) Awards (including one as Entertainer of the Year). Received the National Medal of Arts from President George W. Bush in 2003. Inducted into the County Music Hall of Fame in 2006.


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Tennessee Whiskey: The Dean Dillon Story Actor 2017
No Score Yet Pure Country 2: The Gift Himself 2010
No Score Yet Thank You Billy Graham Actor 2008
No Score Yet George Strait: For the Last Time: Live from the Astrodome Actor 2003
20% Grand Champion Himself 2002
41% Pure Country Wyatt Chandler 1992


No Score Yet Austin City Limits
Performer 2016
No Score Yet King of the Hill
Voice 2003


Dusty Wyatt Chandler says: Go on, get your ass outta here!