'The Dukes of Hazzard': Where Is "Bo Duke" Today?
The series The Dukes of Hazzard made John Schneider famous and his career is still in full swing. However, he successfully keeps his private life under wraps. The once lively blonde youngster has turned into a real man.
Some men age like fine wine. This is the case with actor John Schneider (60). In his younger years, The Dukes of Hazzard actor was already easy on the eyes. But with his faint laughter lines, which have of course come with age and experience, the American actor seems even more likable now.
The Dukes of Hazzard: John Schneider’s Career
Between 1979 and 1985, Schneider took on the role of "Bo Duke" in the action series The Dukes of Hazzard. Even after the series concluded, he starred almost every year in different series or film productions. In Desperate Housewives, fans caught a glimpse of him in the role of "Richard Watson" for three episodes in 2010.
Most recently, he worked in front of the camera in movies such as Runaway Hearts (2015) and Exit 14 (2016). Since 2013, he portrays one of the main characters in the soap The Haves and the Have Nots. He also works as a musician and has released several country music albums. His latest album "Ruffled Skirts" was released in 2016.
John Schneider’s troubled private life
John Schneider has already been married three times. John was married to Tawny Little from 1983 to 1986. With his second wife Elvira Castle (married from 1993-2019), he has three children, two from Castle's previous relationship and then they share one daughter. In 2019, Schneider married film producer Alicia Allain.
In addition to his acting career, the 60-year-old is involved in various social projects. He founded the Children's Miracle Network with Marie Osmond in 1982 and FaithWorks Productions in 1995, for example. More and more recently, he seems to be focusing on his music career. John is relatively active on his social media account! Take a look at some of his posts below...
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Ok, the next #quarantinechallenge is here - this is to @georgestrait and any of my other label mates from MCA in the 80s. Basically I'm challenging everyone to play their first number one song for everybody to hear! @reba , @johnanderson , @officialhankjr , @steveearle and Gary Morris- I'm looking at you! Stay safe everyone!