Duane Chapman

Chapman on May 20, 2005 Duane Chapman (born May 2, 1953), also known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, is an American television personality, bounty hunter, and former bail bondsman.

In 1976, Chapman was convicted of third degree murder, and sentenced to five years in a Texas prison. He had been waiting in a car while a friend went into a house to buy marijuana; the friend shot and killed Jerry Oliver, 69, in a struggle. Chapman served 18 months at the Texas State Penitentiary in Huntsville, Texas.

Chapman came to international notice as a bounty hunter for his successful capture of Max Factor heir Andrew Luster in Mexico in 2003 and, the following year, was given his own series, ''Dog the Bounty Hunter'' (2004–2012), on A&E. After ''Dog the Bounty Hunter'' ended, Chapman appeared in ''Dog and Beth: On the Hunt'' (2013–2015), a similarly formatted TV show, alongside his wife and business partner, the late Beth Chapman, on CMT. His latest series, ''Dog's Most Wanted'', aired on WGN America in late 2019. Provided by Wikipedia
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