DOG The Bounty Hunter may have left home aged just 15 and had a stint in prison, but he’s turned his fortunes around.
The reality television star has earned his riches as the titular star of his own A&E TV reality TV show.
Dog – whose real name is Duane Lee Chapman – has a reported net worth of $6 million.
His show Dog the Bounty Hunter debuted on A&E in 2004.
It detailed Dog and his partners catching criminals and bail jumpers and ran for eight seasons before being cancelled in 2012 when racist recordings of Dog emerged.
He returned to the small screen in Dog and Beth: On the Hunt, in 2013.
It ran for three seasons and was canceled in 2016. In 2019, a spin-off featuring Dog and Beth, Dog’s Most Wanted, aired for one season.
Dog has authored two books, including his 2007 autobiography You Can Run but You Can’t Hide, which debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list.
He first came to prominence in June 2003 when he captured Max Factor cosmetics heir Andrew Luster.
Luster had been accused of drugging and raping numerous women and had fled the country in the middle of his trial.
The A&E star has been married five times and is a father to 12 children.
His fifth wife Beth died last year after a long cancer battle.
He’s now dating Francie Frane.
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