Perhaps best known for his role as Bo Duke on the
iconic series, “The Dukes of Hazzard,” John Schneider has established himself
throughout the years as a beloved actor, singer, writer and director. His small
screen roles include a lead on “Smallville” (the television adaptation of “Superman”),
“The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” “Hot in Cleveland” and “Desperate
Schneider, who has appeared in many feature films,
has just finished directing the movie titled, “Smothered,” which he also wrote.
“Smothered,” filmed at the John Schneider Studio in Holden, Louisiana was
released in Fall 2014.
Along with the television and films, Schneider has
also starred on Broadway as the lead in Grand
Hotel and Chicago. John
Schneider’s entertaining talents extend into music, as a well known country
music singer. He has released nine studio albums and a greatest hits package,
as well as eighteen singles, and a Christmas album. His work boasts four number
one singles: "I've Been Around Enough to Know,"
"Country Girls," "What's a Memory Like You (Doing in a Love Like
This)" and "You're the Last Thing I Needed Tonight.”
Schneider has also voiced several commercials for
companies including Home Depot. He has also lent his voice talent to the role
of Preston Stormer on the “HERO Factory” television series for several seasons.
In 1982, John co-founded the Children's Miracle
Network Hospitals, which works to save the lives of children in communities
nationwide. CMNH is affiliated with 170 children’s hospitals throughout the
United States and Canada, and has raised 4.9 billion dollars, making it the largest
children’s charity in the world. Schneider has been, and still is, the
spokesperson for CMNH.