‘The Dukes of Hazzard’: Which Star Has the Highest Net Worth?

by Emily Morgan
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CBS’s hit series, “The Dukes of Hazzard,” was the show that made everyone want to be a southerner.

After its debut in 1979, the action-comedy gave the cast newfound fame, which helped them build their fortune. 

If you’re of the younger generation who may not be familiar with the series, “The Dukes of Hazzard” centered around cousins, Bo and Luke Duke, who lived in Hazzard County, Georgia, with their cousin Daisy Duke and Uncle Jesse. 

Cooter, a friend of the Duke Family friend, provided a comedic relief to the show. The Duke boys were often in the midst of a feud with town officials and local law enforcement and had fun making Boss Hogg, the county commissioner, look silly.

The show, which aired for seven seasons, was particularly famous for Bo and Luke’s car chasing scenes. The rebellious cousins would often speed around Hazzard, evading police in their iconic Dodge Charger, dubbed General Lee. 

Even after the show finished taping decades ago, the stars have maintained their fame and fortune. 

According to Celebrity Net Worth, here’s how the actors saddled up when it came to wealth. 

The Dukes of Hazzard’s Net Worth Revealed

John Schneider (Bo Duke) takes the least amount of money with an estimated net worth of $200,000. Ben Jones (Cooter) and the late Sorrell Booke (Boss Hogg) tied with one another with $500,000 in estimated wealth. Tom Wopat (Luke Duke) has an estimated $2 million fortune.

Before his death, it was estimated that Denver Pyle (Uncle Jesse) was worth $5 million. Beating out all her co-stars, Catherine Bach (Daisy Duke) comes in at a whopping $10 million in total wealth.

For years, “The Dukes of Hazzard” aired on TV Land, but according to Variety, the network pulled the show in 2015. 

Since the network took it off the air, fans have turned to various streaming services to relive The Duke Family’s escapades. The show is currently streaming on Amazon’s IMDb TV. 

If you don’t have an account with Amazon’s IMDb Tv, you can also check out streaming platforms that let you rent or buy episodes. 

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